Here’s all the new music from Houston artists this week August 1-6


Whether born, raised or recently settled in the city, Houston artists know how to represent themselves.

Here’s some brand new music from some of H-Town’s rising stars.

Alaina Castillo, “I wish you were there”

Mexican-American singer-songwriter, Alaina Castillo freshly published “Wish you were Here,” his first single since “Parallel universe pt. 1. “On the record, Alaina delicately sings about the pain of missing a loved one and the difficulties of getting out of a relationship.

Esco Llaiya, “Stupid”

Esco Llaiya, from Houston to California, recently released his latest track, “Stupid”. The song has a futuristic and out of this world air that channels the sounds of popular artists today.

Keith Jacobs, “Old El Paso”

Keith Jacobs shared the visual for his latest “Old El Paso” outing, which shows his love for the Lone Star State. While the title suggests an ode to East Texas, Jacobs sings about a woman.

DJ Chose, “Look Back”, with Stunna4Vegas

DJ Chose, originally from Houston, is responsible for both the microphone and the production of “Look Back”, his new single with Stunna 4 Vegas. On the fluty rhythm of Thing, the rapper and producer raises the crowd while Stunna 4 Vegas offers a garish verse.


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