Speed Up {Tracks} #1

Do you know why?
It seems you are lucky because now we are blogging more often, which means more music, more spots available for upcoming and established artists, and more high quality content about music accessible for everyone.

On this brand new session speed up tracks, we bring outstanding songs that deserve more attention from the crowd and experts out there.

Let’s get it!

JESSIA {I’m not Pretty}

Jessia, on this one, brought stunning songwriting skills, from the track subject to the creative hook, look everything is perfect here, crabbing the spot for sure on our debuting series.

Devin Kennedy x Caroline Kole {Mean To Me}

This song is too good. These guys made it; the melodies are pretty smooth, and the production is excellent.
Nothing to add or change here; it is dope the way it is.

PAENDA {Lovers We Knew}

Here we have one more successful songwriter case.
Lovers We Knew combines the superb mood with tasty melodies and a very bold lyricism.

DVBBS {West Coast} feat. Quinn XCII

This song is narcotic.
The Canadian brothers joining forces with Quinn XCII brought the ideal West Coast anthem of the session.

Rebecca Ferguson x Nile Rodgers {No Words Needed}

Rebecca Ferguson recorded this fascinating song at Abbey Road Studios featuring the musical legend Nile Rodgers as the song title says No Words Needed.


Under Universal Music Group, JPEGMAFIA released a track that makes an honest statement about the journalists and taste-makers in general.
For me, Super Tuesday sounds more like a monologue than a song itself, but who am I to say a thing?

Almost Owen {2020 Heartbreak}

We know 2020 is over; thank you.
But the title of this song gives a secure reminder of what last year was and how we don’t want that shit anymore.

Joseph Nevels {In My Soul}

In my soul, appears with a deep subject; the track blends polished vocals addressing the political climate in the US election last year.
This song was composed and produced by Noah Barer and Grammy-nominated producer Corbett.
There are a few mistakes on the audio engineer side, but the result is considerable.

Coqui {Fall In Love}

Coqui plays the good guy in the music video for his Fall In Love song, recorded in Los Angeles, effective the appropriate soundtrack to hanging out around Santa Monica State Beach.

The track flirt with nostalgic soundscapes blending multi-genre production techniques.

Goth Girlfriend x Raziel {Bloodlines}

Enclosing our session, we have some material here that can be considered a classic in the future.

The lyric video is disturbed like the song, whichever blends a heavy sound with rap and chains; the subject is A-lister locking her a spot on the list. 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s