Songs You Should Hear This Holiday Weekend

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Anyway, onto this week’s Songs You Should Hear…

Artist: Heru Heru
Song: Stop Playing With Us
Genre: Heal Hop
Why You Should Hear It: Because you have an appreciation for the golden age of hip hop, complete with boom bap instrumentals, lyrical proficiency, and memorable hooks — and by now, you know that these Nashvillians deliver on it every single time!

Artist: The Mad Sugars
Song: We Want the Night
Genre: Garage Rock Dance Pop
Why You Should Hear It: This is a re-release of the band’s first-ever Nashville release — which was, upon our arrival in Music City, the closing theme song of our Official Podcast. The updated version maintains all of the funky, raucous energy of the original, alongside lush keyboard tones that add a cool, urban glow to the soundscape.

Artist: Ty Warner ft. Olivia Frances
Song: You’re My Tomorrow
Genre: Country/Americana
Why You Should Hear It: This latest cross-country collaboration between Warner and Frances is an emotive ballad with rich vocals and gorgeous steel guitar tones that will hit you right in the soul, while touching on themes of faith and everlasting love.

What do you think we should hear? You’re always welcome to let us know! And, if you’re an artist (or represent an artist), you can fill out one of these forms to put your music on our radar!

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