On Our Radar: Louisa Johnson, Sheppard, Marian Hill, and more

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#OnOurRadar this week are tracks from the U.K.’s hottest artists, like Louisa Johnson, the U.S.’s hottest artists, like Flo Rida, as well as a collection of songs from British and American newcomers to the music scene. Have a listen and see if you don’t find your new favorite tune.

Louisa Johnson – ‘Best Behaviour’

United Kingdom

Written and produced by TMS, A.S. Govere, and Danny Parker, ‘Best Behaviour’ is Louisa’s follow-up track to ‘So Good’ and ‘Tears’. She was also just announced as a brand ambassador for L’Oreal Paris.

Best Behaviour Teaser from Louisa Johnson on Vimeo.

Follow Louisa on Twitter and Facebook.

Alex Ross ft. Dakota and T-Pain – ‘Dreams’

United Kingdom



Alex Ross’ debut single ‘Dreams’ is a rework of the 90s Gabrielle classic and features vocals from Dakota and T-Pain. The 25-year-old DJ from Huddersfield made his name remixing hits, and now he’s here with his own music.

Follow Alex on Twitter and Facebook.

Chloe Martini ft. BB Diamond – ‘Dark Noise’

United Kingdom

From her second EP ‘Never Twice the Same’, Chloe’s latest dance track ‘Dark Noise’ premiered on the Line of Best Fit. It follows her previous single ‘Change of Heart’ featuring Chiara Hunter.

Follow Chloe on Twitter and Facebook.

Matt Wills – ‘Emily’

United Kingdom

Currently supporting Bastille on their tour, Matt Wills latest track ‘Emily’ just premiered on Radio 1. He will also be headlining at Omeara in London on May 25th.

Follow Matt on Twitter and Facebook.

Eva Lazarus – ‘Bad News’

United Kingdom

Following ‘Flash Your Lighter’, ‘Bad News’ is Eva’s latest reggae meets jungle meets R&B tune. You can catch Eva at Boomtown and Outlook festival this year, as well as many other U.K. dates.

Follow Eva on Twitter and Facebook.

Sheppard – ‘Keep Me Crazy’

United Kingdom

Currently supporting Justin Bieber on the Australian and New Zealand leg of his tour, Sheppard have released the first second off their upcoming second album. “It’s about finding wild, lasting love that keeps you youthful, enthusiastic and passionate,” says George
Sheppard.

Follow Sheppard on Twitter and Facebook.

John Adams – ‘See You Again’

United Kingdom

A South Wales Valley native, John Adams’ 2016 single ‘Dandelion Wishes’ amassed 800,000 Spotify streams. The former ‘X Factor’ contestant is looking to see similar success with this year’s ‘See You Again’.

Follow John on Twitter and Facebook.

Flo Rida ft. 99 Percent – ‘Cake’

United States

Flo Rida debuted his newest single ‘Cake’ on the ‘After Oscar Show’ with Kelly Rippa, and it’s sure to follow in the chart-stomping footsteps of ‘My House’ and ‘GDFR’.

Follow Flo Rida on Twitter and Facebook.

Powers – “Man on the Moon’

United States

Mike Del Rio and Crista Ru, better known as Powers, follow up their singles ‘Dance’ and ‘Heavy’ with the brand new track ‘Man on the Moon’. This song comes off their highly-anticipated album due out this year.

Follow Powers on Twitter and Facebook.

The King’s Parade – ‘Haze’

United Kingdom

London quartet the King’s Parade give off definitely Black Keys vibes in their latest single ‘Haze’ as they sing about helplessly falling in love. The track comes off their latest EP ‘Vagabond’.

Follow the King’s Parade on Twitter and Facebook.

Marian Hill – ‘Down’

United States

Brooklyn duo Jeremy Lloyd and Samantha Gongol return with ‘Down’, a song you might recognize from the infectious Apple AirPods commercial. Due to that placement, the track has been #1 on the Shazam charts for the past month.

Follow Marian Hill on Twitter and Facebook.

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