Formed in 2012, Proclaim Music comes from the Miracle Center Cathedral of Kampala, Uganda, and celebrates faith in a refreshingly contemporary, organic and soulful manner.
B. Hughes tells a story of the era in a timeless, memorable fashion, and shines the spotlight on a number of equally expressive, talented friends in the same instance.
Purpose, talent and artistry unite amidst a series of brilliantly engaging original tracks – Rozelle Wilson’s latest album proves a mighty testament to the ability and depths of the artist.
Impressively introduced by the one and only Ne-Yo, Doc Martin takes on the classic soul of RnB with this seductive and intimate new groove.
The very essence of the song is held up unquestionably by the genuine connection of each artist to the subject matter and the music.
We hear our protagonist Jackie (played here by Isong), a non-binary technology wunderkind, experience and sing out on behalf of the end of life and the light we all share.
Samona has her sound, her roots and her depths, and these qualities shine brightly and with genuine connection throughout her music
Tony Amey brings the good vibes aplenty with this organic soul-funk celebration of life – G.O.O.D lights up the room with ease and showcases an artist at the top of his game.
Vella commits unequivocally to the moment, and this realness, this fearless will to be completely exposed vocally and emotionally, makes all the difference.
There’s realism in the verses, poetic honesty that feels poignant and heart-breaking in its depth, but there’s ultimately a clear sense of possibility in the hook and the overall concept.
Following a brand new line-up and prior to their upcoming shows at Manchester International Festival (July 14th) and Northwest Groovement at Jimmy’s, Liverpool (August 22nd), we caught an exclusive interview with Northern Soul Funk and Afrobeats Extravaganza NGUVU, to find out more about their journey as a band, their aspirations, the current line up, the … Continued
Freshly released from the upcoming project Devine Intervention, Anotha Lifetime introduces the blissfully soulful, gorgeously nostalgic quality and emotive depth of Nasa Lamode’s sound with lasting style.