A Better Tomorrow speaks on overcoming adversity, climbing upward through struggle and holding tight to optimism and positivity. Everything about the soundscape and the lyrics, the performances, pushes in favour of this underlying sentiment.
Yisa Neeya is the stunning new single from Ghana-based artist Jemda. The song brings together the organic bounce of a world-music-fused soundscape with some superb vocal melodies and a general sense of togetherness and possibility. Without a doubt, this is a song to be played at volume, and one to be shared with those you hold close.
This could well be one of Anthony Nelson and The Overcomers’ most beautiful songs yet. Jealous is stunning, heartfelt and performed to such a supreme degree that it immediately feels like a classic soul ballad.
Fusing relevant elements of gospel music with those from various other genres and walks of life, the track manages to encapsulate the issues at the heart of such a tragedy – in a manner that screams out for togetherness and for an end to catastrophic division.
Driving with absolute passion, dedication and faith, and some flawlessly stunning leading voices – Tri Sor present this fresh approach to Christian Gospel music in a quickly compelling, captivating, and ultimately uplifting manner.
The hook offers up a gentle & smooth melody – a beautifully soulful vocal line – whereas the rap verses present a much grittier, detailed exploration of the song’s underlying concept. The way these opposing sections are arranged is superb.
There are some real moments of power throughout, as well as those raw, intimate moments that offer further insight into what the band are about.
A beautiful song, backed up by a beautiful duo of acoustic guitars; it creates a gorgeously fitting & soothing sort of atmosphere.
Everything you love about real music – live music, organically made music – is here, in the form of five brilliantly written and captivating songs.
A huge amount of focus and dedication is consistently clear. The ideas seem to span much further than the lines in the song allow.. a gorgeous effect.