Bold by design, fast-paced and colourful, vocally distant yet intense in pace and flow, the track blends the confidence of hip hop with the organic embrace of a live-band.
Roddy. B paints an image of heartache and uncertainty with a decidedly vulnerable yet stylish Ultralight.
“No matter how much I evolve as an artist I will always try to maintain that relationship with my fans.”
Loaded with good vibes, crisp and faultlessly skilful production that brings through the best of the groove and the heart of the mood in every case, the project highlights the absolute professionalism and focus at the centre of Blvff’s limitless work ethic.
Soul-funk and immediate positivity in both subject and style – Shep Eppinger works hard to uplift and inspire listeners, with the fearlessly hopeful and inescapably catchy It’s Gonna Be Alright.
Humble in tone but ballsy in subject matter, Girl you looking so fly makes light work of setting the mood – delivering a strong groove that begs for you to press play once again when it comes to an end.
Fantastic, a refreshing take on contemporary pop, lush writing and production, with a clear degree of depth and purpose.
The self-proclaimed King of Up Music, J-Juice returns with another infectious dance anthem.
Impressively introduced by the one and only Ne-Yo, Doc Martin takes on the classic soul of RnB with this seductive and intimate new groove.
Strong grooves and the contemporary fusion of organic guitar and electronic trap rhythms – Xistential keeps things relevant yet fresh with a melodic and dreamy Heartbreaker.
Immediately inviting with its poetic and intimate vocal introduction – Trey Connor inspires and calms the soul with his beautifully contemplative, imagery-laden and optimistic We’ll Be Alright.
Vocally supreme and easily one of the most uplifting singles from Emily yet, Limousine takes metaphor to the next level, and blends the classic power of country songwriting with a clear edge of contemporary pop.