New Music Friday: Bri Fletcher, Topic, A7S - Feat: Lil Baby, Queen Naija, Lisa Remar, Tye Tribbett, Mae Muller

Emerging vocal powerhouse Bri Fletcher has released the official music video for her "beautifully raw" track, "Therapy." The video features Fletcher acting as a reluctant therapist for a friend in need which in turn creates turmoil in her own relationship. Co-written by Fletcher alongside Wes Strunk and Nate Alan, "Therapy" puts a spin on being a modern day therapist for your friends who are "addicted to the drama" and "high on codependency."

Topic and ​A7S ​unveiled the official video for their new global hit, “Why Do You Lie To Me” ​featuring chart-topping, GRAMMY®-nominated rapper ​Lil Baby​. Directed by German influencer Dagi Bee, the clip stars TikTok creators Anna Klinski and Tim Schaecker, alongside appearances from Topic and A7S, who gives a powerful vocal performance. Exploring themes of love, loss and sensuality, the video paints a hazy picture of a party where reality and illusion blur. 

Platinum-certified singer/songwriter Queen Naija – hailed by The New York Times as “the first soul star of the social media generation” – released her debut album, "Missunderstood," today via Capitol Records. Queen shared the official video for “Pretend.”

Alt-pop singer-songwriter Lisa Remar today releases her new song “Halfway To Nowhere,” along with a dreamy lyric video setting the stage for her full project out in 2021. 

Motown Gospel recording artist Tye Tribbett's new song, "Anyhow" is available today. The song follows Tribbett's recent hit single, "We Gon' Be Alright." With over 7 million streams since its release in April, the single earned a #1 spot on the Gospel radio chart last month, and continues to hold strong at #2 for the past 3 weeks.

North London singer/songwriter Mae Muller has released her new single “Dependent” and its accompanying lyric video. The song offers a rarely-glimpsed look at the tension between the thrill of new love and the fear of losing your sense of self.

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