Lauren keeps things real in an almost spontaneous, in the moment fashion, and by doing this – she allows the song to build bridges towards any number of listeners; those who have unexpectedly found themselves caught in a whirlwind of deep thoughts, questions, and uncertainty.
ShadowHood has written a classic and somewhat vintage-style song, one that’s refreshing to listen to right now – nothing fancy is needed, nothing unnecessary, no filler – just natural songwriting and musicianship. Worth a listen, particularly for those who are loved up this Valentine’s week.
Fukdawrld undoubtedly gets better and better as it moves along. Numba Foe has a memorable voice that’s likely to work in his favour over time.
A timeless single that’s been given a modern makeover to compliment and enhance those very qualities that gave it life in the first place.
Black Hebrew offers up an impressively smooth and skillful RnB track with this latest release Jenn. From the offset the song feels like a slept-on classic, a nostalgic hit that made waves back in the day.
There’s a strong sense of attitude or reflective confrontation to the song. Luani.’s vocals deliver this in a genuine way, seeing moments of delicacy appear rightfully gentle, and seeing those with more intensity appear with authentic grit and volume.
Feenyx is an artist and rapper who has dropped new projects pretty consistently throughout the past year or so. The latest of which is the album King Of The Hills, a collection that sees the performer at his most confident and melodically inspired.
It’s easy to go from questioning the whole experience to embracing it entirely within a few short minutes, thanks to The ATif’s genuinely laid-back and fascinating yet musically immersive way with songwriting and performance.
JSPH’s quietly expressive voice has a soothing effect as it pours through, and the lyrics, the concept – all of this leans in a similarly settling direction.
You get a strong sense of character from the whole thing, each verse and indeed each line has a strength of its own – this is far from a reading of lyrics, this is a full-throttle performance.
After taking a two-year hiatus from making music, Stephon Foster’s return brings through the uniquely ambient RnB track that is Boy, I Quit.
The Harmalators offer up some classic pop-rock vibes with their latest collection of songs. It’s a pleasure to stumble upon the classic tones of yesteryear among some brand new songwriting.