An exultant downpour of synths introduce an otherwise slick and stylish take on Afrobeat, with the smooth melodies and unavoidably catchy hook of Like it Like That.
“I listened to Robbie Williams a lot when I was younger, because he’s from the same town as me so I have to represent Stoke, ahaha.”
With a brand new single under their belt and a host of live shows and festivals to antic[pate, we were blessed with the chance to interview the songwriter and front-man of Manitoba’s Myles From Home. We talk about the new release Nearest Star, the creative process in general, live shows, and the changing music industry … Continued
Translating to Mother of Mankind, or Garden of Eden, ALKEBULAN is thought to be the ancient and indigenous name of Africa prior to its colonization. This album celebrates homecoming and ancestral connection.
Backed by a handful of diverse originals, Jamaican songwriter and artist Vybrid has seen his following skyrocket in recent months.
“I grew up in church, my family was always in the worship team and so they were the main musical influences in developing this style and all the styles of music that I do is just creativity, and trying new things.”
From Nigeria to Lagos to LA, Kinsolo brings uninhibited cultural depth to modern music, underlining a clear passion and skill for the process, whilst refreshing the scene with his own unique edge of identity.
Intensity and melodic colour unite for a heavy yet addictively energising track, with layers of unexpected accordion woven in for a truly world-music-fusing explosion of elements.
Uniquely synth-kissed production meets with addictive afrobeat rhythms and a clear level of vocal identity – introducing a stylishly recognisable Love Letter, from Phoenix artist Dejxh.
The Afrobeat Sessions is everything the title promises and then some. Colourful rhythms meet with a subtly uplifting series of progressions, and a choir of vocals that work in unison to melodically hypnotise.
There’s a classic feel to this single, a clear set of reasons as to why it’s created such a storm online. Those nostalgic vibes bring through a hint of reggae and Sean Paul alike, fusing pop melodies with a dance-hall brightness and bounce
DeeCiii leads with a laid-back sense of rhythm and optimism on this latest single, offering up the blissful good vibes of a delicately crafted soundscape, along with a string of calming vocals and a clear sense of intention and character.