Roy Woods Shares Seven New Songs on OVO Sound Radio

Featuring PnB Rock, TRIPSIXX and more.

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Roy Woods‘ record label, Unlock the Underground (UTU), took over episode 57 of OVO Sound Radio on Saturday. The Toronto crooner delivered a special guest mix in celebration of his debut album Say Less, and it includes seven unreleased songs. “DVD” features PnB Rock and “FYFB” features UTU labelmate TRIPSIXX. Other tracks include “Fall On Me,” “Rack It Up,” “Closer,” “Choose” and “Suitcase.” Stream all seven songs and stream Say Less via Spotify below.

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