Recrafting the emo-rap sound from a few years back and weaving in a deeply personal writing style, Slendy brings together intimate honesty and hypnotic melodies to connect with audiences in a simple and open manner.
“I have spent the year of lockdown getting lost in my creative pursuits, writing and recording music at furious pace.”
The seemingly simple arrangement misleads – the profoundly conscious nature of the lyrics proves far from satisfying with a single listen.
Piece Of The Pie is a motivational hip hop track at its core, but there’s a clear edge of identity to everything from the vocal tone to the varied flow of the bars and the detail in the lyrics.
You kind of get to experience an emotive series of soundtracks alongside a strangely relatable, angry yet honest podcast or monologue. It’s a unique thing, inspiring a sense of freedom of expression & emotion.
Retro production and sax-led soul make up the soundtrack for this emotive and story-telling new collaborative single.
Timmy Turn Up holds nothing back, and you recognise his voice, his image, and the intensity of his music, having made your way through just a couple of his tracks. One to watch this year.
Four brand new originals from artist and rapper TeeBully emerge this season, each one melodically pure and organic in set-up – refreshing from the outset, and driving with a clear sense of reflective heart and soul.
Artist and rapper T Capo delves into his story with conscious bars and a refreshing musicality throughout this new conceptually intriguing and contemporary EP.
The ever-immersive groove making skills of Blue Soul Ten pour through once again with this finely crafted new hip hop fusion project The Incredible Sound Of Blue.
An easily addictive new track, with talent at its core but professionalism and clever, likable song-writing alongside of this. Getting the chemistry just right in contemporary hip hop and trap.
The UK’s own COLL is flying high with his own uniquely recognisable take on contemporary hip hop.