“The Boog Show is all about growth and showing my audience that at the end of every episode of this show that I call my life, there’s always a positive outcome.”
Forever marching to the beat of his own creative drum, Jiwon has a style and holds close to it, keeping things interesting yet effective in every case.
“Honestly I just want to say to anyone who reads this, spread a message of love. Even if you are in a position that you feel like it’s pointless just do it because you could literally make a impact on someone’s life.”
Mighty PLUTO and DD Brooks join forces for this emo rap and trap fusion with a clear edge of emotive intention – In My Thoughts tackles self-discovery and uncertainty in a fresh way.
Brilliant, beautiful, poignant, often relatable. You can’t help but like it, lose yourself to the groove, and soon find yourself contemplating greater depths.
Love In It’s Essence kicks in with heavy distortion and the chaotic sound of doubled vocals for a powerful ode to the ache and manic energy of love.
Retro synths and the full embrace of warming electro-pop meet with loving, uplifting sentiments and melodies as ET Boys continue their climb with Something Love.
Creative production and catchy song-writing meet with melancholic openness regarding the concept of love as JPA leads with colour and contempt throughout a bold and brilliant Home.
From romantic, cinematic spoken-word beginnings, through an equally ambient, emotive and riff-led opening song, LIZZard King keeps things contemporary yet genuine with this intimate ode to relationship complexity.
Impressively open, and a great songwriter – making for a welcomed change from the vast majority of hip hop acts of late – BAYBY Juls has a sound of his own right now; relevant yet intimate enough to really reach out.
Following the natural calm of an ambient soundscape and subtle trap beat, rapper Deago utilises an emotive, quietly confident vocal style to weave a web of imagery and storyline around listeners.
Introducing Myles James in a memorable way, Drugs feels quickly relevant to the current scene, but also showcases a faultless vocal ability – as well as a clearly poetic way with exploring the topic of love and infatuation.