[Songs of the Day] 2/13/14 (Feat. Jeremih, Kirk Night, Little Dragon & More)

There are a few over-arching themes throughout February that seem to dictate much of the music that is made in the thirty-one days that make up the second month of the year, and it seems each is touched on in our latest entry of today’s “Songs of the Day”. Leading off our list is Pro-Era affiliate Kirk Night, who lays down what’s real in his latest track, “Pussy Facx” while EDM queen Odesza teams up with Madelyn Grant for a dance-inducing romp in “Sun Models”. The Game and Problem showed that Midwest slang has finally hit the coast in “THOT”, Vulkan The Crusader touches on the important questions this time of the year, offering up, “Do You Remember How To Love?”and Jeremih teamed up with EDM act Shlomo for a new track in “No More”. takes things back to “Spice World” on “Say You’ll Be There” while Little Dragon gives us “Klapp Klapp”. Chicago’s young gunners got some play today too as Michael Christmas and Alex Wiley got together for “Step Brothers” and Jams Dean continues the Valentine’s Day sentiment with “Why Do I Love You” where he reprises his positive collaboration with producer Netherfriends. Wrapping up today’s tracks are RiFF RaFF going country in “Take You Away” and CyHi The Prynce offers up “Coretta” in honor of the wife of Martin Luther King Jr. Check it all out, streaming below.

Track of the Day: CyHi The Prynce: “Coretta”

Kirk Night: “Pussy Facx”

Odesza: “Sun Models” (Feat. Madelyn Grant)

The Game: “THOT” (Feat. Problem)

Vulkan The Crusader: “Do You Remember Love?”

Jeremih & Shlomo: “No More”

Jams Dean: “Why Do I Love You” (Feat. Abbi Rajasekhar, Epic Of BBU, Netherfriends)

Michael Christmas: “Step Brothers” (Feat. Alex Wiley)

MØ: “Say You’ll Be There”

Little Dragon: “Klapp Klapp”

Riff Raff: “Take U Away”

CyHi The Prynce: “Coretta”

Jake Krzeczowski

Jake Krzeczowski is a writer based in Chicago. Since graduating from the University of Iowa in 2012 he has written for the likes of The Chicago Sun Times, Complex Magazine, and Elevator Magazine.

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