Oh my dayz i love this girls voice and her vibe is 100% my thing!
Jaz Karis returns with two new singles Petty Lover and Pretty Dreamer, released on Salute The Sun Records. The singer-songwriter is an undeniable talent with incredible vocal versatility and captivating storytelling ability.
BIG fan of this London crew consisting of singer Fabienne with Marco & Tyler providing the beats and music.
Check this follow up to their single “Life’s a Bitch’
A smooth and beautifully crafted piece of music.
I’m sold! Enjoy the video…
I’ve always been a massive fan of this lady so was extremely happy when I heard her announce she’d be dropping an album in the fall called ‘Passion Like Fire’ also quoted in this Salaam Remi produced / Co written gem.
Salaam is a production giant developing hits for the Fugees, Amy Winehouse, Nas and Miguel and he’s locked in his familiar hip hop soul stamp on this beauty of a record.
This will be the former Quincy Jones’ protégé’s 7th studio album coming via (e)one (entertainment one) and I’m hoping the rest of the album has input from Salaam because Tamia sits beautifully in this lane.
British singer-songwriter, rapper and record producer, Angel has just dropped his new single ‘Woman’. This is a remarkable and beautifully done track that once you hear it, speaks to your soul. The sweet gem is all about celebrating women and expressing his love. It seems as though he is taking his music back to the 90s R&B theme when it was all about evoking feelings of love, lust and romance.
It’s really exciting to see a UK R&B artist doing their thing in the R&B industry. Angel has been around for a minute and he keeps getting better and better.
Lauryn Hill is set to embark on a massive tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her debut and only solo studio album ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’.
According to The Fader, she’ll perform the classic LP in full and the 29 date North American tour will commence July 5th 2018 in Virginia Beach.
There’s nothing to suggest she’ll be bringing the tour this side of the pond but hopefully if she does it will truly reflect the albums original versions and not the reggae-rockified versions she delivered last time round.