Jamaica’s band of brothers Link&Chain follow up one of 2021’s best singles with the beautiful and heartfelt reggae single Guide Me Jah.
Beautifully conscious hip hop akin to the thoughtful releases of a simpler era, stylishly fused with ambient, dreamy soundscapes, infectious rhythms and soulful hooks.
Live-band vibes, strong grooves and a catchy melody combine for this organically crafted single and video release from DPLUS.
Talking on substance and heart in the art of making music, the lyrics and the intentions of the project speak volumes, and introduce the rasp and style of Scoob Rock in a bold and likeable way.
Featuring lyrical optimism and vocal brightness, the single introduces The Steadies as unconfined by genre – led by a distinct passion for music in all of its forms.
Unpredictable yet satisfying, with a strong suggestion of a compelling live delivery, No Longer Welcome is easily one of the most seductive, memorable tracks to emerge this side of 2021.
Reggae rhythms and simple, organic musicianship guides us seductively into a catchy and summertime-ready Rolling from world-music artist The Pirate.
Otis I reminds us of the beauty of life and this world we share with a gorgeously genuine, heartfelt and poetic new single.
Creatively unpredictable and conceptually on point, Free Mace blends genres and gets straight to the heart of hypocrisy and fake news in modern life.
It’s not always easy to recommend a project that so cleverly redirects first impressions, but for fans of RnB, hip hop, reggae and indeed quirky alternative pop, this two-album release is a must.
Featuring stunning vocals, expressive and soulful as they meander through these deeply intimate lyrics, For Me celebrates love and loyalty, and calls out for companionship, in a bright and beautiful way.
Jamaica’s LINK&CHAIN brighten up the year with their crisp and contemporary take on classic reggae for this beautifully uplifting new single.