James Fauntleroy Songs

Oblige
Oblige
James Fauntleroy
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James Fauntleroy has long-since proven himself to be one of the most creative thinkers in R&B. Sunday afternoon he dropped yet another loosie, a gentle, swerving meditation on relationships. It will appear on his upcoming project DOJO.
Say Where
Say Where
James Fauntleroy
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James Fauntleroy has been dropping gold on his SoundCloud for a couple year snow, and if you've been paying attention, you'll know that there are multiple albums of material hosted there. His latest addition to the free collection is "Say Where," a sunny guitar jam that's fit for a summer day. Those have been waiting on Frank Ocean's Boys Don't Cry for the past 4 years will finally get their desired project later this week, but there's plenty of pop-influenced R&B that should wet that same appetite on this SC account. 
Can't Let You Go
Can't Let You Go
James Fauntleroy
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James Fauntleroy is one of the the music industry's most sought-after songwriters. We hope that one day he'll finally get around to releasing a proper project of his own. He does have a habit of casually releasing new music on SoundCloud on a regular basis. Last month, he released "Sound So Sure." Today, in the wee hours of the morning, he debuted an experimental new track entitled "Can't Let You Go."
Sound So Sure
Sound So Sure
James Fauntleroy
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Back in March we were hearing from singer/songwriter James Fauntleroy quite a bit, as the singer dropped off a trio of new records, but since then we haven't heard much from him. Today he returns to his Soundcloud to release something new, which he's tagged as "Alternative Rock," and indeed, it's very much rock-driven. The production feels like a page out of an indie rock band's book, with guitars and drums taking over. Meanwhile Fauntleroy sings about a girl who may or may not want to be with him. What do you think of it? Can you dig the rock vibes?
Evolve
Evolve
James Fauntleroy
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James Fauntleroy's SoundCloud dumps are something to treasure, but sometimes you're only presented with pieces of the puzzle. "Evolve" is one of three songs released by the prolific songwriter today, but it's the shortest song of the lot, and while it has some of the most interesting sounds of the most recent offering, it's hear and gone too fast to hold on to much. However, within the collage of music he's been releasing over the last year or two, it's as essential a gear as any, just one of many small but powerful ideas that become more clear in the grand scheme of things.
Let Me Go (With You)
Let Me Go (With You)
James Fauntleroy
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As he tends to do, James Fauntleroy shared a couple of new records today, one of which is the acoustic guitar-driven "Let Me Go (With You)". While the glimmering chords are the central part of the instrumental, from the beginning some 80s pan flute synths and a clicking drum arrangement give it a feeling somewhere between Hounds Of Love-era Kate Bush and Ocarina Of Time-era video game soundtracks.
Recharge
Recharge
James Fauntleroy
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James Fauntleroy's SoundCloud has secretly been something of a gold mine over the last year or two. The singer is constantly sharing new music that sometimes feels complete and other times more sketch-like, but every idea feels important. The constantly updating feed feels like the perfect medium for this kid of output, though the songs will sometimes be retroactively worked into album-like sequences as playlists (most recently with The Coldest Summer Ever, which had its tracklist arranged as the songs were released).
Feel
Feel
James Fauntleroy
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L.A. singer/producer/funkman James Fauntleroy seems happy to release new music whenever he pleases, as he's put out a couple of tracks this year that don't seem to be meant for any future project. His new one, "Feel," doesn't sound too polished, but it's the type of direct output that Fauntleroy's fans, no doubt, appreciate in this day and age. Besides, the rawness of the recording is part of the appeal, and the record itself is a product of wonderful ingenuity. 
How To Survive In A World
How To Survive In A World
James Fauntleroy Feat. Emma Reno
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James Fauntleroy has been riding a wave of buzz for quite a while now. He was featured on more than one platinum album in 2015, all without having release his debut record. We still don’t have word on that solo album, but over the weekend he let loose a standalone track called “How To Survive In A World.”
Fuc Shi Tup
Fuc Shi Tup
James Fauntleroy
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L.A. singer James Fauntleroy has shared a new loosie titled "Fuc Shi Tup." It's a smooth neo-funk jam that seeks to inspire listeners with the rebellious spirit Fauntleroy feels is necessary to change the world. 
L.A.
L.A.
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. Kendrick Lamar, Brandy & James Fauntleroy
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Ty Dolla $ign's debut album Free TC has been three years in the making, and it is finally dropping next week on November 13th. Ty has already rolled out six songs, the most recent being "Sitting Pretty" feat. Wiz Khalifa. 
Love Can Get Scary
Love Can Get Scary
James Fauntleroy
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We received a lot of new music over the weekend, corresponding to Halloween.
That's What I Get
That's What I Get
Hit-Boy Feat. James Fauntleroy
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Just a couple days after performing at the Tidal X show in NYC, Hit-Boy returns to the scene with some new music of his own. Linking up with Grammy Award-winning artist James Fauntleroy, the HS87 artist drops off the new single called “That’s What I Get.”
Follow You
Follow You
James Fauntleroy
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James Fauntleroy has been flooding the ‘net with the new music these past few weeks, and it doesn’t looks like he’s ready to stop anytime soon either.
All We Do
All We Do
James Fauntleroy
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Keeping his streak alive, James Fauntleroy decided to drop off two never-before-heard tracks today, one being the unreleased “Black Sea Ship Wreck,” and the other “All We Do.”
Black Sea Ship Wreck
Black Sea Ship Wreck
James Fauntleroy
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After taking a break for a couple days, James Fauntleroy decides to get right back to his onslaught of new releases. Dropping off ten new tracks within the past few weeks, James decides to return today with another one, this time called “Black Sea Ship Wreck,” which was recorded back in 2009. “This is what I sounded like in 2009 :) I wrote every man right around this time.”
Its Cold But Thats Love, Baby
Its Cold But Thats Love, Baby
James Fauntleroy
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James Fauntleroy has been flooding the ‘net with new music recently and he doesn’t looking to be stopping anytime soon. Only hours after dropping off the track “Every Man,” James decides to do it all over again, this time sharing the track “It’s Cold But That’s Love, Baby.”
Every Man
Every Man
James Fauntleroy
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James Fauntleroy has been dropping new music pretty much every day for the last little while, assembling the tracks in what is now an 11-track playlist for The Coldest Summer Ever, rumored to be the title of his next album. It's not clear whether he's gradually rolling out the LP as a free release, but it does seem that way. 
Magic
Magic
James Fauntleroy
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In the past few weeks, James Fauntleroy's output has been tireless, averaging at least two new tracks per week for the last month or so. His latest is "Magic."
Running Through Red Lights
Running Through Red Lights
James Fauntleroy
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With "Running Through Red Lights," James Fauntleroy has now dropped six songs in the last month and three in the last week. These are not mere loose tracks, as Fauntleroy is pursuing a particular sound, a guitar-driven '80s-ish vibe supporting his airy vocals. It's similar to the palettes of Frank Ocean and Blood Orange, and when viewed alongside the upstart Leon Bridges and Miguel's new album WILDHEART, it seems to signal a shift in R&B towards the guitar as a central instrument.