Coming off from the rise that "Manila" jump started and "Zesto" continued, Young Cocoa is coming back with a new single entitled “Nova,” a track about puppy love. Sonically the track is different from his previous releases, as it features Bossa Nova samples, and is more melody driven than your usual rap. Pre-save Nova.
On the second volume under the Changin album, of Mercury releases more conceptual tracks in STRESSES, ENERGY, and CHOLULA (Cut You Loose). Conceptual in the sense that they are based on humanistic experience but focusing more on the concepts of those experiences.
CHOLULA (Cut You Loose) is about laziness. Yes, the procrastination nation. The band shares that it is a concept of addressing laziness as a person. The way you confront it and live with it as a part of daily human life. Wrapped up in a funky and fun arrangement that this Awit-Awards nominated pop-R&B group is known for.
Listen to CHANGIN Vol 2.
After their successful album Pebble House Vol. 1 Kwaderno, Ben&Ben returns to their roots in Paninindigan Kita, a light, upbeat song that woos a lover and assures of a serious and real commitment. Musically, it blends heartfelt strings, electric guitars, acoustic guitars and keyboards with a tight, and groovy rhythm section that aims to both hit in the feels and make feet move. The track welcomes back the 'classic' Ben&Ben sound with open arms, while still showcasing musical growth. Listen here.
KAIA’s debut single BLAH BLAH is the first chapter of their self-discovery. As they go on the journey of finding their own voice, they contemplate each path that defines who they are. Each path will show different aspects of their growth and like any story that develops with time, theirs will start at the beginning. For KAIA, it begins with their youth and innocence.
BLAH BLAH, a song fully written by the girls themselves, is about a powerful first love. Whether the love is reciprocated, good or full of turmoil, it bears no weight as the girls strive towards a goal that gives too much, yet too little for themselves— with no regard for the consequences. This powerful dance track is backed with intense beats and electrifying synths that perfectly convey the feeling of a toxic first love that you can’t let go of.
Listen to 'Blah Blah'.