5 R&B Artists to Watch For [JulyEdition]

Although we’re still on a search for the song of the summer for our #CityBoy/#HotGirl antics, we are back with another batch of R&B artists that you should be listening to that’s perfect for the love birds. Check out the full list below:

Lou Val

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Lou Val hails from Toronto Canada. Lou Val’s smooth vocals pull you in and his songwriting abilities are second to none. He has been featured on OVO sound radio and has been one of the best up and coming singers out of Toronto. Be sure to check him out.

Toronto, Canada

Songs to check out:

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Leven Kali

Leven Kali is an amazing singer and songwriter from Santa Monica. You may have heard him on Playboi Carti’s eponymous mixtape and his talent has lead him to working with a extravagant list of collaborators to say the least, including the likes of Ty Dolla Sign, Southside, Skrillex and many more.

Santa Monica, California

Songs to check out:

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Kyle Dion

Kyle Dion sweet Falseltto and amazing song writing abilities make him a singer to look out for. His album SUGA was a pleasant suprise, and has become one of the best releases of 2019. Be sure to check out SUGA and his previous project Painting Sounds now.

Ft. Lauderdale Florida

Songs to check out:

B. Smyth

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B.Smyth has been on the scene making dope tracks for years now. The Fort Lauderdale native got started doing Youtube covers of other artists songs, then went on to find his own sound. Smyth has worked with the likes of Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Young Thugs and many more.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Songs to check out:

Che Ecru

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Che Ecru is a artist hailing from Boston Massachuchets. Along with being able to sing the way he writes and crafts his music is spectacular. His music incorporates different styles into his music is what makes him stand out against all of his contemporaries.

Boston, Massachuchets

Songs to check out:

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