Raury Songs

Butterfly
Butterfly
Raury
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Raury has been described by many as an "industry plant," which isn't a fair label given the 20-year-old's talents. Recognizing his unique approach to songwriting and a sagacity beyond his years, HNHH's readership has regularly scored his music in the 90s.
Like A Star
Like A Star
Raury
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Since dropping off his debut in October, All We Need, Raury has circulated his name via various interviews, festival appearances and acoustic sessions, the latter being his bread and butter. The Atlanta singer was met with plenty of hype when he first entered the scene, and although the hype has died down a little, the quality of his releases have not.
Losing Your Mind
Losing Your Mind
Raury & Jaden Smith
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Damn, Ebro. Back at it again with the world premiere, the second time today, both songs hailing from the upcoming Netflix series "The Get Down." Earlier this afternoon we posted Janelle Monae's contribution to the hip-hop-centric TV show, "Hum Along & Dance (Get Down)," and now Ebro has quickly returned with a big collaboration from the show, "Losing Your Mind."
NEVERALONE
NEVERALONE
Raury
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Raury has been fairly quiet since the release of his debut album, All We Need, in 2015. he did share the genre-defying ballad, "Home," back in February, but for the most part, he's been laying low. The Atlanta singer and rapper has ended his musical dought today with the release of "NEVERALONE," building a vocal collage as its backdrop, complimented by a simple drum beat and buzzing bassdrum.
Home
Home
Raury Feat. Take A Daytrip
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19-year-old Raury gave us some of the thought-provoking, genre-defying music of 2015. Have you heard "Forbidden Knowledge"? Or "Devil's Whisper"? Goddamn!!!
Do You Remember (Remix)
Do You Remember (Remix)
Jarryd James Feat. Raury
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About a year ago, singer-songwriter Jarryd James released his debut single, "Do You Remember," which went on to do huge numbers in his native Australia. The track has now made its way to Atlanta, as Raury has decided to spit a verse on the new official remix.  Raury's verse comes as a nice surprise late into the emotional indie-pop ballad. He has a unique sense of timing that allows him to sound natural over the slow and melancholy production. 
Woodcrest Manor II
Woodcrest Manor II
Raury
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While some artists spend forever in a limbo trying to get their debut album out, only to suffer in the process as their buzz dwindles (ahem, Gunplay, ahem), Raury is not one of those artists. The singer was almost an overnight success thanks to his Indigo Child mixtape receiving heavy circulation on the internet.
Demo 1: The Sea
Demo 1: The Sea
Raury
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Raury's debut album comes out this coming Friday, and today he's shared a brand new track that won't be appearing on the LP. Listed as a demo, the new track primarily features Raury and his acoustic guitar (with some subtle accompaniment from a saxophone and backing vocalists throughout). The finger-picked ballad is a testament to Raury's versatility, travelling far outside the world of rap.
Forbidden Knowledge
Forbidden Knowledge
Raury Feat. Big K.R.I.T.
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Raury and Big K.R.I.T. share a distinctly Southern viewpoint and introspective disposition, so it was only a matter of time before they linked up in the studio. With his debut album All We Need right around the corner, Raury taps Krit for a verse on his new single "Forbidden Knowledge.
Devil's Whisper
Devil's Whisper
Raury
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Raury has quickly cemented himself as one to watch, following his debut project Indigo Child, he's been named an XXL Freshmen and received accolades from all across the map.
Fly
Fly
Raury Feat. Malik Shakur
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Raury got a lot of buzz and indie love in 2014 off his mixtape Indigo Child. As the buzz continues in 2015, the singer (and sometimes rapper- he dropped some nice bars on Gucci Mane's "Dead People" a few weeks back) delivers a new record today with a socially-aware and positive message. However it's less r'n'b and more indie folk music. An acoustic guitar backs Raury's vocals, keeping the track minimal but impactful.
Dead People
Dead People
Gucci Mane Feat. Raury
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Gucci Mane stays working and connecting with young'ns coming up out of Atlanta, even if his physical presence isn't in the ATL. It's no secret that GuWop has been instrumental in helping many ATLiens get a leg up in the rap game, and today he connects with  another buzzing Atlanta native, Raury, for the first time, with "Dead People." We're happy to give you the first listen of this loose cut, which you can download for free. Raury changes things up for "Dead People," offering up some bars instead of signing. Does the unexpected collaboration work? 
Higher
Higher
SBTRKT Feat. Raury
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In just a few months, Raury has gone from obscure singer to next-up. The turning point was arguably when a photo of the ATLien with Kanye West began circulating, but when the singer was handpicked by OutKast to join the duo at their Atlanta reunion show, that was also a clue that the young'n was going places.
Cigarette Song
Cigarette Song
Raury
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Four months after Atlanta's Raury blew up on the interwebs with his debut single "God's Whisperer," the 17-year-old singer/songwriter is back at it again with "Cigarette Song." Produced by Raury himself and DAYTRIP, the stripped-down instrumental lends itself to the headliner's smooth vocal contributions.