A brilliantly gritty take on modern RnB that’s sure to bring together classic & alternative fans of the genre alike.
This collaboration from Jae Douglass & Blake Wisner is a fast-working ear-worm that comes through loaded with soul & passion – on a level that isn’t found all too often in modern music.
A smooth & soulful piece that drives with the organic colour & carefree attitude of a simple bass line & some easy going vocals.
We crave the chaos because we are the chaos. Losing Me is a great depiction of how we mask our primal nature with colorful, paper-thin simulations of diplomacy.
Both artists bring a level of calming confidence to the stage that lets the vibe work its magic indefinitely.
Conceptually the song takes an interesting approach to expression. Nostalgia is soothing, it feels like a safety blanket from a time when things were less heavy or manic.
Roddie Mira’s single No Loyalty is a huge track, everything about it screams style & professionalism intertwined.
Dexxin’s return brings more in the way of unique hip hop & RnB fusion. The song is ambient in a trip-hop-like manner, but it’s also mildly disjointed & quite haunting
Stew has done well to capture the sound of the moment with this, as well as not overwhelming his audience with weight or multiple layers of volume, colour & detail. The space & the simple beauty of it are likely to appeal for their originality & how easy they are to take on.
That level of self-belief is contagious in a great way, and production-wise the song has been crafted brilliantly, so everything just works, everything stands tall when it should. Defiantly an artist to look out for.
If you’re a fan of chilled out R&B vibes, this song might just be the one for you. Marvin Bloo’s single Oh Wow has evidently been written to accompany those late night sessions at the crib – it’s smooth, easy going, and works perfectly in that setting.
No matter how strong the storm is you will come out still a rainbow, you can’t have a rainbow without a little rain.