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Le Boom And AE Mak Team Up To Produce The Song Of The Summer

By Alan Fisher

May 3, 2019 at 11:04am


It’s that time of the week again, time to get your fix of some incredible Irish music.

We’ve created a Spotify playlist where you can listen to this glorious music at your own leisure.

It’s called Lovin Irish Music and we recommend you head over and follow it.

Now, it’s time to get down to business and show you five Irish songs you need to hear this week.

Loads of new music has been released and we've seen some great artists teaming up to create some brilliance.

1. Le Boom x AE Mak - Dancing Bug

The first song on the list is a collaboration we didn't know we needed.

But bloody hell, we did.

After both, Le Boom and AE Mak, killed the Sunday at the Red Bull Free Gaff they released Dancing Bug.

This is going to be a song that, in the future, will remind you of all the good times you had in the Summer of 2019.

I already have this on repeat:

2. Nealo - Questions ft. God Knows & Innerspace

Next up we have another collaboration.

After huge success with Just My Luck earlier this year, Nealo teamed up with God Knows and Innerspace to release Questions.

This also comes just weeks after God Knows released his debut solo single, Crown.

3. Suli - Misery ft. T Dot

One more collaboration? Cool.

Suli, who was born in Nigeria and raised in Galway, has just dropped a brand new song featuring Hectic Records pal, T Dot.

'Misery is a documentation of the many sides of heartbreak. You can find a piece of yourself within this universal experience of love won and love lost.'

She is definitely one to watch.

4. 7th Obi - Choose A Side

Waterford based, 7th Obi song Choose A Side has got a new moody visual to accompany it.

'The song itself deals with the ups and downs of struggling relationships, with lines like "You just took the little things I did for you for granted" and "What you say never matches up to the signs".

5. Ryan Mack - Someone Else

The young man from Newbridge released his Debut EP, Someone Else, last week and the title track is a beauty.

Have a listen:


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