Hopeful by nature yet also consistently genuine in its humanity and heart, Brave introduces a songwriter with a unique balance between audience awareness and fearless integrity.
Mellow waves of subtle euphoria wash over as producer and artist Shomari starts up this latest six-track EP of originals.
Already boasting a swiftly expanding audience on social media, Jae Menace keeps the fire of timeless hip hop burning strong, whilst playing a crucial role within the natural evolution of the genre.
Stylishly blending a dreamlike yet rising soundscape & beat, with a higher-toned vocal style & writing manner similar to that of The Weeknd, Proper Einstein sets the mood with ease throughout this new RnB release Commercials.
The beautiful, glistening and clean production creates the perfect backdrop for the narrative, and some smart decisions around the mix and vocal capture, double-tracking and reverbs all compliment City Lights. Long may we bask in them, when they sound this lush and opulent.
Artist and rapper vincent has released a small collection of original tracks in recent months – original being the key word right now; these songs hit hard for their musical output as much as for Vincent’s unwavering personality and strength during his bars.
The creative life follows pathways as meandering as the artist’s own writing habits, and this track encapsulates that. Both Tolen and Saint Crown deliver with confidence and determination, adding in pace and grit but never so much so that it takes away from the fluidity of the music.
There’s a sense of identity to it, those contemporary hip hop layers are still present – the rhythm, the confidence, the leadership vibe and a sense of independence – but musically and indeed in the way POPMFS has structured this, the whole thing speaks volumes for originality and creative freedom.
Saint Nick pours through with a lightly delivered trap beat and a pair of performances that rhythmically guide the colour and gentle vibrancy of the soundscape respectively.
Think Band Of Skulls meets Fleetwood Mac. The sound is brilliant, heavy & infectiously melodic – stunning to consider this is all a one-take live show; right there in your living room.
The underlying concept is one of a sheer love of music, regardless of audience size or recognition, and that in itself is something worth appreciating. The song is set to inspire.