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Best Songs Of All Time Vol.4 – Top 20 Tracks

Keeping up with tracks of all the songs on Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud, and many others is quite hard. Let’s admit it! There is a lot to do in the music industry and it is difficult to catch up on all the releases. So that’s why we listed the Best Songs of All Time Vol. 4 that you just can’t miss! We choose the most outstanding collection that you have to add to your Spotify playlist and others. Featuring up-and-coming artists in the music industry.


“Don’t fuck up the vibe” is the general consensus amongst partygoers, no matter what you don’t fuck up the vibe. This is the second track on the Cybernetic hip-hop album CYBER FUNK.


Camoufly – Pyramids

“Pyramids” brings the kawaii bounce genre to new heights. Captivating keys build up the anticipation, reaching peaks with fluttering, fluctuating synths that make up the track’s hook.

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Sofya Wang – The Moon Represents My Heart (Teresa Teng Cover)


Pablo EskoBEAR – Sleepover


Karl Wilhelm – Stay Young


Erin McKeown – Cupido Stupido


Jermaine the Saint – Vacation in Seattle


Social Lubricant – Automatic


Saint Thomas X – MindBombs


Ham Van Dam – M.A.T.H.



SMILEZ is back at it again as he steals the show (and the girl) with his new single “SMILE BACK,” an official music video featuring YBN Nahmir.


Nick Crucial – Purple Hearts


Bagdaleno – Filthy


Wolf Castle – Welfman


Nikmoody – Take It or Leave It


Tafari – Ball 4 Ever


815 – Motions Interlude


JusClide – Chipotle


The China Blue – SiLENCE


Eight08NEXXU$ – Money & Power


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Kate Stewart’s New single “The Game” is a royal flush

Kate Stewart

Kate Stewart presents a new single called “The Game,” which displays the realm of not getting played by anyone. This track “The Game” reflects on an opportunity to show power and get back to yourself when you’ve fallen astray. Lyrically saying how it feels to know exactly what you want when you want it. It’s all about playing your own game, one where you have control of the outcome and finding a more self-assured version of yourself, all the while having your own full house.

“The game is the game” is just something that I and all my friends have always said. Whenever I try to explain it to people they never understand, you just have to hear it in context to get it! However I thought it would make a really cool title for a song, and in this instance ‘The Game’ symbolizes not letting anything or anyone get in the way of you or what you’re trying to do. You just have to look forward and enjoy the ride, looking back will only hinder all the progress you’ve made. Don’t let anyone dull your shine, the games the game!” – KATE STEWART

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Kate Stewart shines in her daring approach that pays off majorly for this special talent, as she has the charisma of stars on this trendy anthem just on time for the season. It’s a record that is infectious and will have you listening repeatedly with her intriguing display of music being in full bloom for us all to eat up. The single “The Game” is accompanied by black and white music visual directed by Jack Bowden (Nike, HP, Primark, Boohoo, and Trivago) and is the latest visual entry to Kate’s upcoming EP, “You Had To Be There” releasing Fall of 2022. The video flips through Kate against a stark black background and an illuminated background as she poses in powerful stances, with strong visual storytelling. Her outfits range from an oversized blazer to a form-fitting bodysuit.

Her EP ‘You Had To Be There is a storybook of seasons of love, self-love, and empowerment, collaborated and put together by Kate and a circle of music titans. Writers and producers include the legendary, Swagg R’Celious, Humble The Great, David Stewart, Callum Conner, Ryan Ashley & Jeff Gitty.

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Listen to “The Game” by Kate Stewart

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Amyr, Setting the Tone and Making Noise from the Midwest to the West Coast & it’s Only The Beginning for this East Side Milwaukee Native

It’s said if you shoot for the moon you’ll land amongst the stars and that’s just what 24-year-old East Milwaukee native Amyr has done. Amyr has taken his destiny into his own hands as he’s begun to make a name for himself within the world of hip hop.
With a new scene and home base in Oakland Ca. Amyr has joined BlackJack Entertainment and proved himself to be a force of his own. Since signing with the rising enterprise Amyr has been beating down the charts from the Midwest to the West Coast with his newly released hit “Seeing Stars” ft. OMB Peezy.

The young artist has his eyes on a much greater prize than what comes with a temporary high. He’s young and ambitious with the hunger of a hustler. It’s not by chance that his audience is growing amongst all major streaming platforms via distribution of Empire.

In both his artistry and personal life Amyr is grounded and puts in the work to reach new levels. He is currently working on the foundation for his upcoming EP and raising the bar in preparation to bring the heat to a city near you.

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