Lock in to each New Music Weekly playlist by clicking subscribe; then, sit back and enjoy your handpicked set of the latest highlights across genres! This week, that means new music from artists like electronic soul wanderer Seven Davis Jr., Syrian cult favorite Omar Souleyman, indie rock outfit On An On, intergalactic funk from L'Orange & Kool Keith and more highlights you’ll read about in the Playlist Notes below. You can also visit the Rdio New Releases to browse the complete collection of what’s just come out, including full albums from all these artists. Happy listening!
Prince Royce - Double Vision (Deluxe Edition)
The Bronx-bred Latin pop star recruits J. Lo, Pitbull, Snoop Dogg, Tyga and Kid Ink for his first English language album.
Bea Miller - Not An Apology
This 2015 Rdio Artist to Watch flirts with pop punk sensibilities on her long-awaited debut album.
Jill Scott - Woman
The singer’s fifth studio album finds her stretching her storytelling prowess over classic Philly soul instrumentation.
MS MR - How Does It Feel
Danceable indie pop fuels the sophomore album from singer Lizzy Plapinger and producer Max Hershenow.
Roger Waters - Amused to Death (Remixed / Remastered) [Deluxe]
The Pink Floyd frontman’s 1992 solo album has been remastered and remixed to bring out new melodies and ideas.
Ashley Monroe - The Blade
On her latest critically acclaimed album, the Tennessee born country singer-songwriter teams with producers Vince Gill and Justin Niebank.
Hopsin - Pound Syndrome
After rumors of retirement, the LA rapper and producer returns to analyze tough subjects such as lost faith on his latest album.
Ducktails - St. Catherine
Matt Mondanile’s psychedelic pop outfit explores love, romance and spiritual imagery on the fifth album.