Robert Glasper, Common and Lianne La Havas are just as beautiful of a combination as we’d expect on “The Cross.” Robert provides expressive jazz instrumentation, Common delivers poetic lyricism, and Lianne La Havas supplies expressive, emotive vocals to match. The song is featured in the soundtrack for a NetFlix movie called Burning Sands. Stream “The . . .
Social Experiment band members Donnie Trumpet and Nate Fox took it upon themselves to craft a beautiful remix of Lianne La Havas‘s “Green & Gold.” As we would expect from these two, their remix is full of lush instrumentation as opposed to the acoustic vibes of the original. Stream The Social Experiment’s “Green & Gold” . . .
British singer Lianne La Havas has another amazing production for us to feast our eyes on in the form of her new video for “Green & Gold.” The standout cut from her Blood EP features a number of different scenes that follow the mood and message of the song. Watch the video for “Blood” below.
We haven’t had a new project from Lianne La Havas since 2012’s Is Your Love Big Enough?, but the drought is soon coming to a close. The talented UK native is set to release her Blood LP on Friday. The project, which includes tracks such as “Unstoppable,” and “What You Don’t Do,” just might be . . .
Hailing from Johannesburg, South Africa, Johnny Cradle is a roots electro trio with a world of talent at their collective fingertips. Their latest release is a six track remix EP that features new versions of songs by the likes of Kanye West, Sade, James Blake, and Lianne La Havas. Smooth electronic piano vibes and tribal-influenced, . . .
Parsian producer FKJ‘s name stands for ‘french kiwi juice.’ Given the refreshing, memorable feel created by his remix of Lianne La Havas‘s “Unstoppable,” we’re starting to understand why. While Lianne’s lead vocals are largely left untouched, everything else is manipulated, chopped, and rearranged into an exhilaratingly summery new soundscape. Stream the FKJ remix of “Unstoppable” . . .
Lianne La Havas reigns supreme with her elegant new video for “Unstoppable.” Viewers get a taste of Lianne’s physical beauty, but they also catch glimpses of her vivacious personality. The video features Lianne dancing gracefully, with plenty of slow motion shots to add to the song’s regal feel. Watch the video for “Unstoppable” below.
It’s been a while, but Lianne La Havas makes a more than welcome return with the ethereal sounds of “Unstoppable.” Warm, exhilaratingly futuristic instrumentation flows through “Unstoppable,” adding more emotive power to Lianne’s vocals. Lianne’s Blood album is set to release on July 31st, and can be pre-ordered here. Stream “Unstoppable” below.
Today was my first foray into exploring the work of British producer Tourist. I’m definitely not disappointed. I was originally enticed by the Lianne La Havas guest feature on “Patterns,” but found myself equally transfixed by the melodic, wavering production. The title applies both to the song’s lyrics, and its song structure. Stream “Patterns” below. . . .
British vocal talent Lianne La Havas‘s “Lost & Found” receives a deep house remake courtesy of Salah Ananse. The Atlanta producer took creative liberties with La Havas’s delicate artistry and created a more aggressive version that pushes boundaries without taking away from the beauty of the original. As Salah explained on her Soundcloud, “I’ve held . . .
So, we heard you like Lianne La Havas. Well, now you can watch Lianne La Havas, while watching Lianne La Havas sing Lianne La Havs. No, seriously. The hazy video for her beautiful single, “Don’t Wake Me Up,” features a double dose of the London vocalist. The video begins as Ms. La Havas can be . . .
Lianne La Havas‘s voice is as beautiful as ever on “Fairytale,” a new release that comes to us courtesy of a premiere on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio Show on Apple Music. As Lianne sings of seeking more calm times, her soothing voice might do just that for her listeners. Stream “Fairytale” below. (2DopeBoyz)
It’s that time of the year. The 2016 Grammy Award nominations have been announced. It’s only right that we all gather round, look at the nominations, and complain about the lack of appropriate representation for the artists who we truly feel deserve some shine. The Grammys will take place in Los Angeles’s Staples Center on . . .
Drawing comparisons to talents such as Amel Larrieux and Lianne La Havas, Scandinavian soul singer Marie Dahlstrom has been turning heads with performances in London since early 2010. Marie currently hosts a residency at the Native Tongue in Barbican, Europe’s largest multi-arts and conference venue. She was also featured in the Discovery show, hosted by Jazz . . .