AudioFrost’s Songs of the Week (August 3 – 16)

This week’s Songs of the Week include tracks from James Fauntleroy, Kwabs, Ja Rule, GRiZ, Mike Will Made It, and more. Stream the compilation below and see you next week!

AudioFrost’s Songs of the Week (July 26 – August 2)

This week’s Songs of the Week include James Fauntleroy, FKA twigs, Hudson Mohawke, Kid Cudi, and more, with a submission from PILATE. Included is also all of Drake and Meek Mill’s diss tracks during their short lived feud. Stream the compilation below and see you next week.

Running Through Red Lights – James Fauntleroy

SOURCE: ILLROOTS James Fauntleroy adds to his list of summer releases with “Running Through Red Lights.” The two-minute track, produced by Larrence and JMO is a pop-influenced love record, showcasing Fauntleroy’s cross genre versatility. Stream the track below.

Mid Air – James Fauntleroy

SOURCE: ILLROOTS James Fauntleroy drops off the acoustic-based single, “Mid-Air.” Not sure where this is headed, but hopefully it’s the beginning of an LP from the Inglewood native. Stream it below and check back for more Fauntleroy soon.

I Never Know What She’s Doing – James Fauntleroy

SOURCE: HYPETRAK James Fauntleroy drops off new music for Valentine’s Day. Because Valentine’s Day just wouldn’t be Valentine’s day without a track from the Grammy award-winning songwriter. Stream the single above and be on the lookout for more from Fauntleroy soon.

To Love & Die – Jhene Aiko

SOURCE: HYPETRAK Riding off of the success of her EP, Sail Out, Jhene Aiko returns with a new single featuring Cocaine 80s. Produced by The Fisticuffs and written and performed by Aiko and James Fauntleroy, “To Love & Die” accents Aiko’s vocals and pushes her to limits we’ve never heard before. Regardless, Aiko kills it. Stream … Continue reading

Peace – James Fauntleroy

SOURCE: HYPETRAK James Fauntleroy adds to his collection of acoustics with his latest single, “Peace.” Throughout the song, Fauntleroy emphasizes peace, and even asks, “what’s the meaning of war?” Listening through for the first time, we kind of get a Frank Ocean vibe. Stream “Peace” below.