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Singles file: Wild Nothing, Kingpen Slim, Jazmine Sullivan

wild nothingWild Nothing continues its 2010 winning streak. (Courtesy of Forcefield PR)

By Allison Stewart

Wild Nothing: "Your Rabbit Feet"

Singer-songwriter Jack Tatum, creator of "Gemini," already one of 2010's best discs, returns with more indelibly good, Cure-inspired sad pop.

Kingpen Slim: "Gone"

Slim lives the dream on this track from his upcoming "The Beam Up 2," now with an agreeably low-budget, straight-out-of-1998 video.

Jazmine Sullivan: "Holding You Down (Goin' in Circles)"

The Missy Elliott-co-produced leadoff track from Sullivan's upcoming sophomore disc references, among other things, Mary J. Blige and Nas and the Firm's "Affirmative Action."

H.U.N.X: "Can a Man Hear Me"

This stone-cold-adorable dance-floor rave-up comes courtesy of glo-fi outfit Teengirl Fantasy, in league with Hunx and His Punx.

Cee-Lo Green: "No One's Gonna Love You" (Band of Horses cover)

The Gnarls Barkley vocalist and unexpected lover of really sad indie songs gives the BOH classic an affectionate, soulful redo.

By Allison Stewart  |  July 6, 2010; 11:30 AM ET
Categories:  Singles file  | Tags: Cee-Lo Green, H.U.N.X., Jazmine Sullivan, Kingpen Slim, Wild Nothing  
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