The final week of September is jam-packed with incredible hits to add to your monthly playlist just in time – iconic Latin superstar Becky G and multitalented, genre-bending artist Dessa are back with their latest albums, while Fifth Harmony alum Ally Brooke and viral rising star Maddie Zahm release addicting new singles. Add these and more to your September playlist before October arrives in the blink of an eye!
Becky G, “ESQUINAS”
Multi-platinum singer, songwriter, actress, activist, and global superstar Becky G returns with her latest album “ESQUINAS.” The vulnerable and authentic project unapologetically showcases the Mexican-American star’s talent and pays tribute to her cultural roots while incorporating modern musical elements.
Ally Brooke, “Gone To Bed”
Multi-platinum pop superstar and Fifth Harmony alum Ally Brooke returns to pop music with her new single “Gone To Bed.” The track – Brooke’s first release of this year – perfectly combines electronic melodies with powerful vocals and cheeky lyrics, making it a must-listen.
Dessa, “Bury The Lede”
Multifaceted artist Dessa has earned her place as an icon in the indie music sphere, cementing herself as a force to be reckoned with. But with her latest album Bury The Lede, the genre-bending artist has finally stopped feeling the need to prove herself. She has abandoned the insecurities holding her back in favor of making incredible music that both she and her fans can resonate with.
Maddie Zahm, “Dani”
Emerging vocal powerhouse Maddie Zahm’s new single “Dani” chronicles a past friendship as she realizes there were unspoken romantic feelings in hindsight. The powerful ballad is the fourth single ahead of the viral artist’s highly-anticipated forthcoming debut album Now That I’ve Been Honest out Oct. 20.
Liza Anne, “Internet Depression”
Genre-bending art-rock rising star Liza Anne is back with their latest single “Internet Depression” from their forthcoming album Utopian’s release on Nov. 3. The brutally honest track explores the toxic nature of relationships centered around social media interactions, acting as a foil to the album’s upbeat tracks released thus far.