BLEND's Monthly Music Radar

By Berkley Moates


  1. “Bad” by Lennon Stella

  2. “Why” by Connor Pearson

  3. “RPG (feat. 6lack)” by Kehlani

  4. “Eyelids” by Travis Thompson

  5. “Pumpkin Eyes” by Feed Me, Chaney

  6. “Despicable” by grandson     

  7. “Don’t Call Me Up” by Mabel

  8. “Rule The World (feat. Ariana Grande)” by 2 Chainz

  9. “Tomboy” by Destiny Rogers

  10. “You Seemed So Happy” by The Japanese House

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grandson

Photo from AllMusic.com

Photo from AllMusic.com

Dirty, raw and dope. That’s what grandson’s persona has come to be in his recent underground success. grandson’s entire artistry is dedicated to using music as a weapon by using his platform to bring to light issues of our times. So while you vibe out to his rugged EDM beats think about his lyrics and use that to empower yourself and your world.

Lennon Stella

Photo from Ticketfly

Photo from Ticketfly

This 19-year-old is slaying us in the charts with her recent releases. Lennon Stella’s youthful lyrics are relatable, but grab your attention through dynamic chill bops. Gaining traction fast in the music industry, she is an artist to watch out for.  Check out her other tracks to jam out to this mad March!

Mabel

Photo from NME.com

Photo from NME.com

British female artist, Mabel, is making waves across world charts with her new single, “Don’t Call Me Up”. Her effortless, mature storytelling pours out of the rhythm but also makes you dance! Mabel’s presence in the music industry is not going unnoticed so check her out now while she is still slightly undercover!