Old School Hip Hop promising as nostalgic a sound as its artwork implies – Duvee Davis engages and inspires, with Gone.
Taking listeners down a smooth and soulfully nostalgic pathway, songwriter and performer Cocoa delivers a heartbreaking yet enchanting single, for Broken Inside.
Taking things back to the bare essentials of smooth Soul and RnB, LA songwriter and artist G-Nykko delves into romantic longing, with expressive vocals and catchy melodies, for I’m Yours.
Armed with the brand new album Breakout II, genre-fusing songwriter, artist and Christian Deejay Wells kindly took part in an interview. We talk creativity, vocal strength and training, inspiration and intentions, plus much more. Here’s the conversation in full. Hey Deejay – great to chat, thanks for the opportunity. For those new to your music … Continued
Backed by a handful of diverse originals, Jamaican songwriter and artist Vybrid has seen his following skyrocket in recent months.
Smooth vibes return in mellow, sultry form, as MC Shep brings the contemplation and heart back to timeless RnB, with Can You See Me?
Taking the classic Rap and RnB fans back to a simpler era, whilst raising the bar for the modern scene with clarity, confidence and creativity, No Deal pours through complete with an equally retro yet crisp set of visuals, and makes for a brilliantly memorable debut from Z.M.A.
“I grew up in church, my family was always in the worship team and so they were the main musical influences in developing this style and all the styles of music that I do is just creativity, and trying new things.”
“Being in the army, particularly in Afghanistan, was incredibly tough. I was often engulfed by loneliness and fear, not knowing if each day might be my last.”
Vivid imagery and quirky storytelling meet with colourful production and immersive design – Azure Kai returns with the conceptually memorable, smooth and catchy The Cakepop Song.
Big-band vibes and classic, cleanly mixed rap bars make up the brilliantly colorful, uplifting and heartfelt new album from New York’s Marshay Logan.
Following on from the Ukrainian Aid-raising single Where Did You Go, newly-founded project Wall Side release two further songs in the run-up to completing and presenting their first full-length album.