But the music's all ready rolling. Although we can't always rely on the UK for decent weather, at least the tunes for June have been blazing.
Check out our top picks for the last 30 days:
WSTRN - On The Go
Starring Shizz McNaughty, with an epic mini movie style video 'On the Go' is WSTRN’s latest street banger.
Since their chart topping release 'In2' reached number four in the back end of last year, 2016 seems like it’s going to be a good year for the west London collective.
A$AP Ferg - World Is Mine ft. Big Sean
Taken from his second album, Always Strive and Prosper, A$AP Ferg drops this latest collab with Big Sean, 'World Is Mine'. The dapper duo have everything to lose as they rap over a brooding beat about the price of fame.
Showing Ferg in some luxurious settings, the video sees him rocking a silk green robe in his mansion and designing his own adidas sneaks. His life looks pretty perfect.
Only problem is, his girl isn’t happy that Ferg is always too busy for her, and ultimately causes some heat between them.
Thundercat - Song For The Dead
Teaming up with alternative animation network, Adult Swim, Thundercat drops the visually awesome video to his track, 'Song for the Dead'.
Landing just before Thundercat hits the road for his new tour, this new video portrays an impressive animated story of life and death over its soulful beats.
Danny Brown - When It Rain
Last month we found out that Detroit rapper, Danny Brown, was working on the firts new material since his 2013 drop, Old. Partnering up with Warp records, we finally got our first taste of the new album with Danny’s first single, 'When It Rain'.
The aesthetics for the single focus on the manic stylings of Danny’s raps, overlapping blurry VHS style footage of Detroit’s 90s urban scene.
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