Memphis Music Year in Review 2020

2020 was a roller coaster of a year for many of us, to say the least. However, there’s no doubt that Bluff City is resilient, inspired, and always grinding. Even during a PANDEMIC, our artists have still shown up, and never stopped doing what they love, reinforcing our spirits and hope with the music and culture that Memphians are famous for. Here is a rundown of some of the best tracks to come out of Memphis in 2020. Take a listen, get on it, and stay inspired! We are in this together.

Come Home by Mckenna Bray

Recession Proof by Yo Gotti

Courtesy of Vibe.com


Lean On Me (A Tribute To Bill Withers) by Porcelan, Brandon Lewis and Jessica Ray


Black Man by Brandon Lewis

Courtesy of Soultracks


Juice by Daz Rinko

Courtesy of ohestee.com

Bring The Whole Hood by Evvie McKinney

Courtesy of Evvie McKinney via Twitter


The Great Disguise by Talibah Safiya

Courtesy of Talibah Safiya youtube


Mountain Climb by Rollin Rosatti

Courtesy of Selavie Photography


Phoenix by Chris Milam

Courtesy of Lisa Hubbard Photography

I.R.L. by Nick Black

Courtesy of StudioWorldWideNews.com

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