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Indie Rotation: Top 10 Most Played Independent Singles Led by Day26, Tiffany Evans, HunnyB

After Danity Kane confirmed the group was back together, Day26 leaked "My Turn," a hint that the guys may be reuniting like their former Bad Boy label mates. The group is in label limbo since their last project 'A New Day' was cancelled by Atlantic Records. Now that Day26 fans have hope that the quintet will reassemble, an immediate album demand has been made by loyalist. Now is a good time for groups to release albums, following the recent success of TGT.

Tiffany Evans understands her powerful vocals chords,and with that knowledge, the songstress selected a song that punctuates her strength. On "Naked", Evans emotional vulnerability is felt through vibrations as she sings, "I finally let go of being sheltered from the world as they know me, it’s all a lie / The truth they will finally see in me."

“‘Naked’ is a very special song to me that I wrote to my fans. It literally came from my heart and spirit,” Evans said.

A new artist that popped up on our radar is Canadian singer HunnyB. With support from Joe Budden, the single "Round & Round" was pushed up to the third position on Singersroom's Indie Rotation.

View the entire list of artists that earned spots on the top independent singles of the week.

Singersroom's "Indie Rotation" is a weekly evaluation of the latest singles, leaks and releases from independent artists. Each Saturday we will deliver a list that showcases the week's hottest records based on our editorial staff, listeners’ feedback and spins.

Day26 - My Turn

Day26 – My Turn

My Turn” is a sultry, sexed-up ballad, the group members are all ready to “open you up and find out what’s your flavor” as they croon about using their turn to please their special ladies.

Tiffany Evans - Naked

Tiffany Evans – Naked

Naked” written by Evans and notable songwriter Crystal Nicole, Tiffany sings “I finally let go of being sheltered from the world as they know me, it’s all a lie / The truth they will finally see in me,” her declaration to the world that she’s grown up and embracing the transition as wife and mother.

HunnyB - Round Round Ft. Joe Budden

HunnyB – Round Round Ft. Joe Budden

Canadian up and coming singer HunnyB taps rapper Joe Budden for “Round & Round,” a record based on one of her past relationships.

Karina Pasian - Second Time Around

Karina Pasian – Second Time Around

Passiveness is not the way to go if you’re looking for love. If you’re lucky to get a second chance at a certain someone, take action! Karina Pasian proactively plans to pursue a love she’s been eying in the song “Second Time Around.”

Vali - Dimes Ft. Wiz Khalifa

Vali – Dimes Ft. Wiz Khalifa

The beautiful New York native Vali just touched down with Wiz Khalifa with her new joint “Dimes“. This song has dope head knocking flow that gets you in the mood and is righ for the club.

Mack Wilds - Henny

Mack Wilds – Henny

Henny” produced by Mobb Deep’s Havoc and Salaam Remi, Staten Island-native Wilds reps his city with the throwback sound of New York 90s hip-hop while sampling Mobb Deep’s “Burn.”

D. Woods - Gold Mine

D. Woods – Gold Mine

Enter “Gold Mine,” D. Woods new single from her upcoming My Favorite Color, Volume 2 EP. Produced by Atlanta’s Travis Cherry and written by Woods, she advocates using her “assets” to gain upward mobility.

Shareefa - No Cure

Shareefa – No Cure

Sometimes there’s no remedy for a diseased relationship. Shareefa pours her heart out on this impassioned, relatable track “No Cure,” comparing her relationship to a virus.

Lyrica Anderson - Unf**k You

Lyrica Anderson – Unf**k You

In her latest single “UNF**K YOU,” off of ‘King Me 2’, singer Lyrica Anderson wishes to undo what some may call the most intimate action out there.

Ro James - 84

Ro James – 84

With the first installments of his EP trifecta Coke and Jack down, Ro James prepares to releases the final part Cadillacs, on September 19 with the incredibly smooth cut “‘84,” featuring uncle Snoop D-O Double Gizzee.

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