London’s Sasha Keable latest track “Living Without You” is taken from her second EP Lemongrass & Lime Leaves. If you are not familiar with Sasha Keable then I strongly suggest you stream her first EP Black Book released six months ago. “Living Without You” offers a very welcome synth pop sound revealing a different musical side that was not disclosed on Sasha’s debut EP, Black Book. Lemongrass & . . .
London’s G Frsh delivers the anticipated video for his latest single “Falling High.” The single is taken off his upcoming EP Alfie. Mournful piano keys and a crystal-clear vocal sample give “Falling High” a pristine, emotive feel during the chorus, which contrasts with the more emphatic nature of G Frsh’s verses. The EP is inspired by the 1960 and 2004 . . .
Logic‘s While You Wait EP is said to be on its way and with “Alright” he continues to pique our interest. Big Sean provides a solid guest feature, as both artists impress over polished production courtesy of TDE in-house producer Tae Beast. Fans can catch Logic performing on tour next month. All details are available on the Visionary Music Group . . .
Memphis Tennessee native Jon Waltz delivers a stunning visual for his year-old single ,”Bang.” Considering the fact that “Bang” is his first official video, Waltz has succeeded all expectations with this picturesque artistic offering that almost feels like a short movie. We can look forward to more visuals and music this year. Step into Waltz’s world below.
“Jools Holland” is the latest offering from London’s 22 year old Uzzee. This track is a short jazzy journey through a standard day in the life of Uzzee through his own perspective. “Jools Holland” touches on work, university, lack of sleep and most importantly; making music. Sleek, smooth produced courtesy of Tom Misch is more than enough to get . . .
London’s own ItsNate follows the release of his fourth mixtape So Slocal, with the smooth sounds of “Got You Right.” Produced by Selasse, “Got You Right” is largely indistinguishable from the majority of the singles on So Slocal in terms of the overall flow and vibe. Futuristic production creates a mellow backdrop to match ItsNate’s laid back delivery. Stream “Got You . . .
By now, we all get it. We just never really know when to expect it. The OVO owl, the late night releases. We get it. We just never know when to expect it. Last night was one of those nights. Following up on his “Draft Day” drop, Drake put out “Days In The East,” a . . .
Chester Watson is a 16 year old producer/artist and member of the Nu Age collective, who is making his mark with his recently delivered Tin Wookie EP. Running in at a total of 28 tracks, the EP seems almost worryingly long. Thankfully, it is actually split into five digestible sections largely produced by Chester himself. His musical maturity . . .
Mastermind is arguably Rick Ross’s least cared about album. Paradoxically, the over-promotion of the album on social media largely contributed to the lack of collective anticipation for the album. The cover was controversial and the self-promotion was constant, but Nevertheless, Mastermind arrived and represents consistency and progression in equal doses. Similar to previous Rick Ross studio . . .