Cashmere's May Music Recap

May was quite the month for music. From the sultry melodies of emerging R&B star Nao to the head-banging chaos of British grime rapper Skepta, our May playlist includes some of our favorite music yet in 2016.The most buzz-worthy albums of May was Chance the Rapper's Coloring Book, "an uplifting mix of spiritual and grounded that even an atheist can catch the spirit to," said Pitchfork Media. Its gospel, pop, R&B, and hip-hop fusion is infectious!Included in May's list of highly-acclaimed album releases is Flume's Skin. After touring for four years, Flume has returned to the scene with an innovative and incredibly produced sophomore album which features many of our favorite artists, like Vince Staples, Tove Lo, AlunaGeorge, and Little Dragon.Other noteworthy music drops this month, like Kaytranada's 99.9%,  James Blake's The Colour in Anything, and Radiohead's A Moon Shaped Pool have rounded out our May 2016 playlist! Listen to all of our new favorites below: