Both artists bring a level of calming confidence to the stage that lets the vibe work its magic indefinitely.
It feels like a song for you – the words, the rhythm – it drives with the absolute energy & brightness, the positivity, designed to fit in with the feelings so many will be experiencing right now.
I think great live performances are imperative to success as an artist & it’s actually what I’m most comfortable with. I grew up super shy with really bad stage fright – I learned & have done more live performances than I’ve recorded.
Felicia DeRosa has an awesomely refreshing sound right now, the summer vibes are stronger than ever, and as an artist – her fusion of pop, reggae, rock & soul feels beautifully on point.
Keeping the authentic reggae vibes alive & shining brightly, Jah Cure offers the genuine sound & vibe of the genre alongside of heartfelt songwriting & a distinctive, passionate performance. A beautiful track, easily memorable & totally uplifting.
Thoughtful words summon everyone to rise up from the depths of possessive & negative emotion, bolstering the idea that humans can indeed master their wild lions of passion. One can decide to swim in the dark & blame others for their emotional anguish, or Rise Up.
Sam Xhri6 is an artist whose sound fits beautifully into the modern RnB-pop-fusion world as well as offering a distinct level of character & freshness that really helps this latest single shine brightly.
The feel of the music is the sort that uplifts in itself – reggae has a way of making even the most melancholy of topics seem a little lighter or easier to handle. Everything about the release seeks to uplift & inspire hope.
Craymo is an artist embracing honesty to the fullest with his music. The term artist is important, his music is eclectic & forever evolving, his passion & connection to the process is consistently clear.
I have learned to take a “best of both worlds” approach to my music being that I’m both a Nigerian & an American. The traditional African rhythms are present with the modern afro-pop sounds, mixed with soul & other contemporary genres.
A huge collaborative project bringing together some of the UK’s best talents from jungle, drum & bass, reggae & dance. You get a sense of optimism & celebration throughout. The release is in support of the Demelza Hospice, UK.
This approach to musical expression is loaded with individuality – the Nimbus sound quite swiftly settles in as its own thing.