Here are some of The MNGR's favourite songs released in February, check out our spotify below for the full playlist.  K halid, Sw...

Songs of the Month - February

Here are some of The MNGR's favourite songs released in February, check out our spotify below for the full playlist. 

Khalid, Swae Lee - The Ways
This song by 20 year old Khalid and one half of Rae Sremmurd is featured on the highly acclaimed soundtrack to box office smash, Black Panther. Curated by Kendrick Lamar, Black Panther The Album has received wide praise across the board.






Wolf Culture - Wreck
Nominated by Vice Events Manager, Tom Walker




Frank Ocean - Moon River
The song made famous by Audrey Hepburn’s performance in 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s and covered numerous times since took on a new voice when Frank Ocean surprised us by dropping his cover of the age-old hit.


Stereo Express - Kadanza
Nominated by HR Manager, Joe Castle







Tom Rosenthal - Don’t Die Curious
Well known as the soundtrack to all your favourite YouTube videos, Tom Rosenthal has a song that is perfectly emotive for any situation. Don’t Die Curious is a cheerful track that you can easily imagine in a feel-good film and will surely hear in the background of a Vlog.



Post Malone (Ft. Ty Dolla Sign) - Psycho
Nominated by Vice President, Louis Andersen-Risager





Jorja Smith - I Am
The Brits Critics Choice Award winner Jorja Smith featured of Drake’s More Life album and has now been picked for Kendrick’s Black Panther soundtrack with the song I Am.



The Vegan Leather - I Take America
Nominated by Vice Editor, Devon Potter





Janelle Monae - Make Me Feel
Released alongside a video directed by Solange Knowles’ Husband Alan Ferguson and starring Dear White People’s Tessa Thompson,  Make Me Feel provides a funky and Prince-esque sound that is juxtaposed by Django Jane, the second single released simultaneously, this having a heavier hip-hop tone.





Huntar - Beautiful
Nominated by Joana Pereira Carvalho



Car Seat Headrest - Bodys
The introduction to Bodys suggests that we are in for a techno-centric song from the Virginian rockers. As the song progresses, however, we are introduced to an enjoyable rock tune that has the goods to please your resident indie-loving friend.


Noah Cyrus, MØ - We are
Nominated by Events Manager Holly Loweth



James Bay - Wild Love
Three years after his debut album reached success, James Bay is back with Wild Love. The song begins with the guitar sound we are used to but continues with the introduction of a synth sound more reminiscent of Bon Iver’s latest offerings.




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