Best New Songs of July 2015

The #SunsetFam killed it this month (we kill it every month). When collaborating for these monthly playlists, we like to do what’s best for business, and you are what’s best for business. Different genres, different artists, different sounds. There’s something on here for everyone, or maybe you’re like us and everything on here is for you. Say goodbye to July, and welcome August with open arms.

Highlights this month:

RKCB makes their debut with “Ignite.” NoMBe shines with “Miss Mirage” as he takes you on a journey. Gnash drops his guard and lets you in with “I Hate U I Love U.” MIYNT channels dark-pop-magic with “Civil War.” Allday, who you may remember from working with Skizzy Mars, dropped a solid 7-track mixtape. Arjun told us we should worry about a guy named Allan Rayman. Last, but not least, Meek Mill called out Drake for being fake. Drake responded with not one, not two, not three, just kidding, two “diss” songs because I guess rappers still do that. You can find the second one on this playlist. Oh, and our fellow writer, Andy, became Twitter famous with his tweet about Meek Mill’s response track.

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[MP3] NoMBe – Miss Mirage

The last time we heard from NoMBe, it was his enchanting diamond in the rough, “California Girls.” The LA based producer/composer is back at it again with “Miss Mirage.” Similar sound to his last release, “Miss Mirage”  will take you on a journey. At times, you’ll experience the cool vibes until you realize it’s all a mirage, then the grittiness kicks in to completely change the motion. Almost as if this release has two personas. Enjoy!

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[MP3] NoMBe – California Girls

What happens when you mix silky sweet vocals, a dash of enigmatic songwriting, a hint of awesomeness, and a whole lot of vibes? NoMBe’s “California Girls,” which will have you feeling some type of way. The LA-based producer/composer provides us with a winding down tune to ease you into your late night activities. Can’t get enough of this.

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