12/20 Weekly Music Roundup

Here we go again! We’re sharing the top singles/albums that came into our radar this past week! Thank you for joining us – stream their songs, check them out on social media, and share their songs with your friends!

1. Lamontae Foyay – “Loading(Hear Me)”

The South Carolina-based indie artist creates a variety of memorable flows, catchy melodies, and vivid stories within the HipHop, Soul, and R&B music genres. The influential sounds of musical icons such as Usher and Michael Jackson have inspired him to find a way to fuse together their sounds with his life experiences to share his stories about struggle, being the change in his communities, and facing the realities of life.

“Loading(Hear Me)” carries a powerful presence of someone fighting for the future he needs to build. Step into his mind and discover the stories just waiting to be heard. Stick around for new music from Foyay as he continues to influence his listeners with his stories. Trust us, he has many amazing stories worth sharing.

2. Stephen Martines – “Chasing Summer”

Primetime television star makes his mark in Country music with new single “Chasing Summer.” For most, December serves as a pinnacle for holiday music, but Stephen Martines has never been one to go with the grain. With the winter months settling in, Stephen Martines reminds us of brighter days with his new single “Chasing Summer.”

3. Capsilam – “GamerGirl”

Sweden-based artist Capsilam can be found writing some of the most relatable songs in the daytime then gaming the night away until the sun comes up. Her upcoming album Gaming Diary Entries will resonate with every gamer out there with its collection of pop music for the gaming soul, but for now, her debut single “GamerGirl” introduces the songstress’ love for the world of gaming.

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4. Anna Shoemaker – “Silver Cowboy Boots”

Alt-pop artist Anna Shoemaker releases her brand new single titled “Silver Cowboy Boots.” The R&B-layered pop ballad packed with relatable, honest lyricism, and uniquely made music that undoubtedly stands out.

The New York-based, Philadelphia-born artist dives deep into a previous relationship that ended in a way that she wasn’t expecting. The quick decision to turn this relatable situation into a pop ballad that consists of moments that will always stick with her and accompanying visuals tying together the melancholic feelings.

5. Finessen – “JUST FAITH”

Atlanta based independent artist Finessen finds himself smiling every day as he remains appreciative of all of the blessings he’s gained over the years while keeping the faith that he was going to make it big one day. In “Just Faith,” Finessen finds solace in the moments of faith that keep pushing him forwards in life.

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