Eben's Quarantine Playlist & New EP 'Honeydew'

Rising pop singer Eben dropped his new EP Honeydew on Thursday (June 18), as well as the music video for track “The Kids Are Alright.”

Arriving on the heels of his hit song “Sad Song,” the project features five crisply-produced, bass-heavy pop confections, from the jolting alarm heralding opener “Wake Up Call” to the giddy infatuation of “Someone Like Her.”

To celebrate the release, the Cincinnati native shared his go-to quarantine playlist exclusively with Billboard.

Featuring everyone from Mac Miller and The 1975 to Benee and Juice Wrld, the 11 tracks are a perfectly diverse mix that capture the wide-ranging inspirations behind the up-and-comer’s sonic palette.

Check out Eben’s exclusive quarantine playlist below.

Eben, “The Kids Are Alright”

“‘The Kids Are Alright’ is a rally cry for the younger generations. We are the ones who will have to inherit what our leaders leave behind. We must stick together for a better tomorrow.”

The 1975, “Guys”

“This song makes me feel so nostalgic. Reminds me of hanging out with my best friends back in Cincinnati.”

070 Shake, “Guilty Conscience”

“I love dancing around the house to this. Such a feel-good record!”

Benee, “Find an Island”

“I love how clever the hook is. First time I heard this, I fell in love with Benee.”

Mac Miller, “Blue World”

“I feel like I’m floating in the clouds when I listen to this. Love you, Mac.”

Brockhampton, “If You Pray Right”

“One of the hardest beats I’ve ever heard. Every bar in this song is perfect.”

Blackbear, “Me & Ur Ghost”

“Blackbear is a big inspiration for me; this is one of my favorite songs of his.”

Arizona Zervas, “Roxanne”

“Arizona is the homie and I love the song, so of course I gotta add him to the list.”

RL Grime, “Atoms” (Said the Sky Remix)

“When I was on tour in summer 2019, this was our hype-up song before we’d go on stage.”

Juice Wrld, “Armed and Dangerous”

“Love the production and melodies on this song so much.”

Deadmau5 & The Neptunes, “Pomegranate”

“Anything with Pharrell and Chad Hugo is crazy! This song is just more proof of that!”

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