10 Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now – June 2020

These are ten incredible black artists you need to listen to.

10 Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now – June 2020
Yola; Photo credit: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC; Willie Jones; Photo credit: @goodwolfentertainment; Rissi Palmer; Photo Credit: Chris Charles; Kane Brown; Photo credit: Joseph Llanes; Mickey Guyton; Photo credit: Chelsea Thompson; Priscilla Renea, Photo courtesy of Priscilla Renea; Darius Rucker; Photo Credit: David McClister; Joy Oladokun; Photo credit: Shannan Beveridge; Jimmie Allen; Photo courtesy BBR Music Group; Rhiannon Giddens; Photo credit: Ebru

At Sounds Like Nashville, we pride ourselves on bringing our readers updates about the latest and greatest songs coming out of Music City. Whether it’s a new single from the biggest superstar or the debut track from a new artist, we hope to bring fans a wide range of what’s hot in country music.

At the top of each month, our staff selects their personal favorite new songs and updates SLN’s ongoing 10 Songs You Should Be Listening To playlist. This month, Sounds Like Nashville will highlight ten incredible black artists, who are all sharing their voices and experiences through one of the most powerful means: music. Rising star Mickey Guyton has been an avid advocate, speaking out for injustices happening around the world. Her latest effort, the powerful “Black Like Me,” speaks to her own personal experiences living as a black woman in America. Kane Brown also released a timely new track with “Worldwide Beautiful.” The song is one he’s held on to for over a year, but found that it needed to be shared due to the events surrounding George Floyd’s murder and the resulting protests.

Take a listen to this month’s 10 Songs You Should Be Listening To playlist below (in no particular order) and subscribe HERE for monthly updates.

Mickey Guyton“Black Like Me”

Kane Brown“Worldwide Beautiful”

Joy Oladokun“Who Do I Turn To?”

Darius Rucker“It Won’t Be Like This For Long”

Yola“Walk Through Fire”

Rissi Palmer“Speak On It”

Jimmie Allen“Underdogs”

Priscilla Renea“Different Color”

Rhiannon Giddens“At the Purchaser’s Option”

Willie Jones“Trainwreck”