“Which side of the fine line’s for you and me?” British singer Jorja Smith‘s presence is always appreciated, and she makes her mark on the Insecure soundtrack with a heartfelt single called “Fine Line.” Stream “Fine Line” below, and purchase the InsecureiTunes soundtrack via . </ifram
“Don’t want to feel ya. Don’t want you on my mind.” My first thought upon hearing “On My Mind” was that it sounds like a modern day roller rink jam. Jorja Smith‘s gorgeous vocals are on prime display, and she glides over Preditah‘s energetic instrumentation with grace. Stream “On My Mind” below.
“I need to grown and find myself before I let somebody love me. Cuz at the moment, I don’t know me.” A good number of people might have heard of Jorja Smith on “Jorja’s Interlue” off of Drake‘s More Life. If that’s the case, shame on you. Because she’s amazing. Ok, I’m not actually into . . .
It’s a tough world we live in. It feels like life is a constant process of trying keeping a soft heart, despite circumstances that push us in the opposite direction. Even relationships with our loved ones grow cold. On Kali Uchis’s latest single, “Tyrant,” we can the world is weighing down on her. If she . . .
Jorja Smith‘s strong, distinct voice reigns supreme on “Something In The Way” as she sings about a relationship gone sour. Bluesy guitar, floating harmonies, and steady percussion are key elements that add to the song’s gloomy vibe. Jorja told Annie Mac: “I wrote it with the other songs about a year and a half ago. . . .
Jorja Smith‘s vocals express the rest of the emotion that her evocative lyricism doesn’t fully capture. With her latest release, “Where Did I Go,” the eighteen year old Walsall, England native expresses the complex emotions she holds in the wake of a confusing romantic situation. Stream “Where Did I Go” below, and purchase via iTunes.
“More chune fo ya head top so watch how you speak on my name”. With that quick phrase following a soul stirring sample, Aubrey “Drake” Graham took the world by storm once again, delivering his much anticipated “playlist,” More Life. Coming off his most successful commercial album, Views, Drake has returned with the swagger only . . .
The delays kept us waiting, but Drake‘s More Life has finally been released to the world. It premiered on OVO Sound Radio, and is now available on Spotify and Apple Music. Guest artists include Kanye West, Travis Scott, Sampha, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Young Thug, Stormzy, and more. DOWNLOAD 1. Drake – Free Smoke 2. Drake – No . . .