The UK’s own Dr LK kicks off the summer early with the dance anthem that is Inna Yuh Party.
Fusing melody and rap, clever references and long-form bars alongside quick rhymes, the single showcases a range of talents and a genuine thread of personality that introduces the G-Pak sound with style and intention.
Whatever you’re doing right now, grab some headphones, turn up the volume, and let the blissful good vibes and unity of this single rain down around you.
Balancing a fine ear for tuneful progressions, an accessible & easy going, romantic story-line, and a beat that leans back & forth between acoustic world vibes, dance-hall, and classic pop, Mira is an addictive new hit that’s as seductive as it is energizing & catchy.
Back with another quickly impressive collaborative effort, OpenSoul’s latest single Good Time is a brilliantly anthem-like, energizing and summer-soaked hit that proves increasingly likable as it pours through.
“The music industry is a place where many talented persons take a leap of faith to create artistic pieces with hopes of connecting with the intended audiences.”
Andon and Opensoul collaborate to bring an entrancing bounce of a beat and some bright, energizing melodies on this latest single.
Seeing Sangha collaborate with TW, Pesos is an easy going pop-RnB track, with a dance-hall rhythm and a mildly tropical instrumental vibe on the whole.
“The main values I want to bring to the music world are Originality, Transparency, Clarity and Class. You know, the ability to keep making and delivering something undiluted, music that doesn’t sound like someone else’s – standing out is the deal.
The track works hard structurally, and Annika as a leading lady works equally hard to maintain that level of smooth & simple good times. The song is not overly optimistic or loud, far from it – there’s a subtlety to the warmth & enjoyment it drives with, and this is a big part of why it works so well & is likely to appeal on a much broader level.
There’s a certain passionate depth to the writing, and the featured singer handles and presents this with an air of realness. Behind the vocal though, the soundscape is decidedly complex, unexpectedly detailed and multi-layered to the point that you can pick up something new with each revisit.
Underlining dashes of influence from the likes of dance-hall and hip hop all at once, the song takes its time to fill the room, leading from a dreamlike aura into a delicate bounce of a beat, progressing from simple, catchy melodic development to a more London-inspired rap flow.