Get your bellbottoms on and slip on those platform shoes. Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars are here to funk you up! This is about as retro as it gets, but I'm not complaining.
20-year-old up-and-coming pop singer, Laurel, sings over a moody, subtle electronica instrumental. I can’t get enough of the voice. It’s like Lorde-meets-Lana-Del-Ray but backed up with a ton of emotion.
‘The Pizza Man don’t come here no more’. Lupe speaks out for all the pizza-deprived city-dwellers who can’t get a delivery because they happen to live in a neighbourhood deemed a ‘ghetto’. Not only is it refreshing to see Lupe bringing back the social criticism of his early days, the track’s also got a super-catchy chorus. His flow in the third verse is also on fire.