Ten of the best tracks to dry your eyes to selected by Chanel Loren

Chanel Loren has taken the music scene by storm over the last year. Born and raised in South-East London, and now residing in Sydney, the rapid-rising newcomer initially made her mark earlier this March with debut single “Playlist” — a warming soundtrack which received acclaim across the world. Essentially Loren represents the shifting and constantly evolving nature of alternative R&B. With a love for Neo-soul, indie UK Garage and everything in-between, her sonic output strikes hard, showcasing confidence and a core artistic identity that is flourishing.

Whilst racking up the accolades including Jack Saunders’ Next Wave feature on BBC Radio 1 and key tastemaker support here in the UK and Australia, Loren recently linked up with London hotshot Arz for “Some Other Time”. Driven by heavenly melodies, the latest release encapsulates Loren’s ability to balance soulful tones atop of genre blending production techniques. A delicate release showcasing Loren’s innate ability to craft warm offerings, Loren is guaranteed to make further waves both nationally and on a global scale.

In light of her recent release, Chanel Loren chooses her ten favourite tracks to dry your eyes to.

SZA – I Hate U

Flo Milli – Beef (Flo Mix)

Azealia Banks – 1991

Steve Lacy – Cody Freestyle

Beyonce – Kitty Kat

Evelyn “Champagne” King – Love Come Down

Amaarae – SAD GIRLZ LUV MONEY

GoldLink Ft. Brent Faiyaz & Shy Glizzy – Crew

Kendrick Lamar Ft. Kodak Black – Silent Hill

Burna Boy – Last Last

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