New music this week by Fetty Wap, Cheat Codes, Lxandra, Drax Project and Yoke Lore


Arriving today is EDM triad Cheat Codes' "Level 1" EP. The trio is best known for their four-time platinum pop song with Demi Lovato, "No Promises," currently nearing 400 Million plays on Spotify. Since the 2017 smash hit, the group has gone on to release "Feels Great" featuring hip-hop act Fetty Wap, "Put Me Back Together" featuring anti-pop heroine Kiiara, “Balenciaga" and "I Love It"

FETTY WAP – 'Bruce Wayne' mixtape

Grammy-nominated artist Fetty Wap released his newest mixtape, "Bruce Wayne," on June 7, on his birthday. The "Bruce Wayne" artwork features the tombstones of Fetty's grandparents, who have played an extremely important part in shaping his character and teaching him the importance of giving back. Identifying with the charitable efforts of "Batman," Fetty Wap has dedicated this chapter of his career to giving back to his community of Paterson, N.J. Recently, Fetty gave thousands of gift-cards away at a local grocery store during Easter and hosted a turkey drive this past Thanksgiving. The release of "Bruce Wayne" comes shortly after the nationwide "For My Fans" Tour and the third installment of the "For My Fans III" mixtape.

LXANDRA – 'Dig Deep' (West Coast Massive Remix)

Finland born, Berlin-based Lxandra is giving her mega hit "Dig Deep" a lively dance remix today. The mesmerizing song was transformed by LA electronic music duo, West Coast Massive. 

YOKE LORE – 'Cut and Run'

Yoke Lore (Adrian Galvin) is gearing up to release his new EP, "Absolutes," where he explores the conflicts that arise when things we know to be sure and certain are actually not at all what they seem. "Cut and Run," in particular, is about the instincts to flee and the instincts to find a home. Yoke Lore arrives with the dizzying visuals to accompany the track, that see him move through various environments. 


New Zealand band Drax Project gained a following after re-working vocal hooks of famous pop songs into saxophone licks, and covered Kimbra's track, "Goldmine". It went viral, and caught the attention of an influential producer and soon they were signed to a major label. Next thing you know, their super catchy song, "Woke Up Late" was racing up the charts in NZ and they're playing stadiums with massive pop acts like Ed Sheeran, Lorde and soon Camila Cabello! The "Noon" EP arrives today via 300 Entertainment and it's a mix of impossibly cool indie tunes layered over smooth pop and rnb-esque aesthetics.