New Music from Bryson Tiller, French Montana & More!By Justin Wallace
Nov. 19 2021, Published 1:30 p.m. ET
Bryson Tiller is getting fans into the Christmas spirt with his latest project, A Different Christmas. Mack Wilds is back with his first single in four years entitled, Simple Things. Check out this week’s new music from Bryson Tiller, Mack Wilds, and French Montana.
A Different Christmas, Bryson Tiller
Grammy-nominated multi-platinum selling recording artist Bryson Tiller releases new EP A Different Christmas. The 7-track project features guest appearances from Justin Bieber and Poo Bear on “Lonely Christmas,” Kiana Ledé on “Present,” Tayla Parx on “Ain’t a lonely Christmas song,” & his daughter Halo (Harley Tiller) on “Winter Wonderland.” An animated music video also accompanies the new EP for “Lonely Christmas,” inspired by the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer movies from the 60s.
Simple Things, Mack Wilds
GRAMMY Award-nominated singer & acclaimed actor Mack Wilds returns with his first new single, “Simple Things.” Battling the up and down nature of relationships, “Simple Things” shows Mack pleading with his partner to focus on the simple things that made the relationship so unique in the first place. Produced by Anwar Sawyer (Audrey Nuna), the track stays true to its title, offering simple production that allows Mack’s vocals to shine and poetically express his want to cherish the simple things in life.
They Got Amnesia, French Montana
French Montana unveils his highly anticipated fourth full-length studio album,“They Got Amnesia.” Once again, he pulled out all of the stops and delivered a collection of blockbuster anthems. The single “Handstand” with Doja Cat & Saweetie ignites an instantly tweakable refrain over slick production. They Got Amnesia, which is executive produced by Hitmaka and Rick Steele, serves as French Montana’s most honest and personal work of his career. French Montana also shared today a moving and cinematic trailer to the album, detailing those real-life struggles French went through over the past two years. The short film visualizes the narrative of perseverance the album weaves throughout its 20 songs.