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.
A strong introduction to the Chicago based singer & songwriter. The more you listen, the more the melody, lyrics & energy imprint their good vibes on you.
There’s always room for the inspiring or motivational in music. The dark undertones of this track make for a believable, easier to relate to piece of audio.
A wonderful track for many reasons, not least of all the immediate fusion of nostalgia & originality that bounces through the air as you press play.
The album is magical. There’s not a collection of songs aimed at both children & parents that is quite as appropriately & impressively crafted as this.
What can we say – we struck gold when we discovered this album. So genuinely refreshing to hear a stylish yet natural voice, expressed with such conviction and passion, and perfectly placed over a stunning set of summer vibes. This is Reggae, Roots, and Soul, at their very best; back the way they were meant to be – with meaning, … Continued
Sometimes we lead our articles with opinions here at Stereo Stickman. Other times, we lead purely with fact. The following will be absolute, undeniable fact. Will and the People have never let us down. Each track or video they release is every bit as good as we’d hoped. Every gig is exciting, fun, and flawless. Every time … Continued
Your favourite new sound. Pretty much everything you want in a live band. Reggae, ska, dubby rock, joy, dancing, melodies, big hair. A happy fusion of sounds from all over the globe, a little bit of an Incubus meets Sublime vibe, but with even more colour, and slightly less swearing. We expect festivals will feel empty without … Continued