Lessons
New Music Aug 1  |  

Naomi Wild’s “Lessons” is a intriguing journey into edgy electronic pop

“Tell me how you feel, baby. See you tryna put on, I don’t think that’s real, baby.” Naomi Wild is a new name, but an experienced artist. “Lessons” is a polished, edgy introduction to her solo work. Elements of pop, R&B, electronic and rock combine to create a sound that is teeming with tension and . . .

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Nao has been added to the Broccoli City Festival 2017 lineup

Broccoli City Festival is poised to take over Washington, D.C. on May 6th. The festival, which already features acts such as Solange, Rae Sremmurd, 21 Savage, and Lil Yachty, will also feature East London sensation Nao, who is coming off the success of her For All We Know album and just released a remix EP . . .

For All We Know
New Music Feb 10  |  

Stream Nao’s ‘For All We Know’ remix EP

Nao captivated an increasingly large audience with the release of her For All We Know album last year. That project sees new life with the release of her For All We Know remix EP, which features varied reworkings courtesy of an all-star cast that includes Kaytranada, Stormzy, SBTRKT, Sam Gellaitry, and Mura Masa. Stream the . . .

for naomi
New Music Nov 23  |  

Ace Shocka delivers his personal, diverse ‘for naomi’ debut EP

We premiered Ace Shocka’s “Like It’s Real (Redux)” earlier this month, and we’re happy to see that his debut EP, for naomi, has been released in full. The six-track project captures a remarkably expansive array of cultural influences. The New York-based artist explained that the album title has a unique origin: “a year ago in . . .

Naomi Pilgrim
New Music May 24  |  

Naomi Pilgrim moves forward boldly with the glitchy sounds of “I Wonder”

Swedish/Barbadian songstress Naomi Pilgrim takes a strong step forward with the bold, futuristic, glitchy sounds of her latest single, “I Wonder.” The song was co-written by long time collaborators Nanna Brickman and Oskar Blondell and produced by Fredrik Okazaki, Stream “I Wonder” below, and look for Naomi’s Sink Like A Stone EP to release on . . .

Girlfriend
New Music May 23  |  

Nao releases “Girlfriend”; ‘For All We Know’ album coming soon

With the release of her For All We Know album set for July 15th, Nao continues to pique interest with the premiere of “Girlfriend” via Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show. The new release takes a more guitar-centric sound than her previous pop-heavy drops. Nao’s February 15 and So Good EP’s are set to be re-released . . .

fool to love
New Music Feb 26  |  

Nao is as Bold as Ever with “Fool To Love”

Nao is one of the boldest voices within the pop realm today; her unique vocals and appreciation for unique instrumentation continue to serve her well. The London native’s latest release, “Fool To Love,” finds her musing over regrets in regards to a previous relationship with the help of edgy production that is inspired by both . . .

bad blood
New Music Nov 17  |  

Nao’s “Bad Blood” Video Reinterprets The Medusa Story

We’ve been enjoying Nao‘s unique pop stylings for some time in audio form. Now, we have her debut video to appreciate. The London-based singer heads in unorthodox directions with her black and white video for “Bad Blood.” Featuring a modern day interpretation of the Medusa story, the video is packed full of bizarre imagery and . . .

Bad Blood
New Music Oct 21  |  

Nao Prepares For Debut Album With “Bad Blood”

Nao continues to entice and seduce with her unique vocals on her latest drop, “Bad Blood.” The London-based singer & songwriter’s wavering, emotive voice is well suited for the song’s moody acoustics and wistful subject matter. Producer Grades provides plenty of funk and powerful instrumentation at times, interspersing the climaxes with sparse sounds that allow Nao’s . . .

Golden
New Music Jun 5  |  

Nao – “Golden”

Nao keeps the fire burning with “Golden,” another track featured on her February 15 EP. Her music feels like it could be from a number of different eras, but still has a modern vibe to it. As always, Nao’s unique, charismatic vocals comfortably take center stage. Stream “Golden” below.

Zillionaire
New Music May 15  |  

Nao – “Zillionaire”

Nao brings the swank on “Zillionaire.” The London-based vocalist is seductive and poised as she sings of a wealth that extends well beyond material possessions. Production by Royce Wood Junior combines elements of funk and futurism, setting the tone from the start. Nao’s February 15 EP is available now, digitally and physically. Stream “Zillionaire” below.

apple cherry
New Music May 8  |  

Nao – “Apple Cherry”

With her Apple Cherry album available for stream via YouTube and Spotify, Nao decides to let the project’s title track free via SoundCloud. Her distinct vocals continue to impress. Stream “Apple Cherry” below, and check out the full album stream afterwards.

inhale exhale
New Music May 1  |  

Nao – Inhale Exhale

Nao has a uniquely bold voice and a flair for the dramatic, as exemplified in her latest release, “Inhale Exhale.” Funky instrumentation only serves to enhance her bright vocals. Nao also debuted her latest EP, today, entitled February 15. Purchase the February 15 EP via iTunes or vinyl. Stream the EP via Spotify. Listen to “Inhale Exhale” below.

Give You All
New Music Apr 17  |  

Naomi Bowler – “Paradise” (EP)

We’ve been hearing a steady stream of smooth cuts from Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Naomi Bowler. Today is a culmination, as she debuts her Paradise EP via Future Beats Records. Featuring production by SevnthWonder, DrewsThatDude, and R.O.M., the five-track project is full of futuristic R&B vibes – the perfect soundtrack to accentuate a beautiful spring day. Stream Paradise below.

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Naomi Bowler – “Unthinkable” (Premiere)

Boston born singer, producer and DJ Naomi Bowler proves to be unstoppable when paired with New York-based beatsmith DrewsThatDude. Following “Midnight” and “Crystalline“, the two return this time with Baltimore producer Josh Karbon for “Unthinkable”, a soothing tune that serves as the lead single for Naomi’s debut EP, Paradise. Drew and Josh’s dreamy, anthemic synths harken to the golden age of R&B. Their production . . .