New Music Video: Not Everything – Amun

Last month AMUN released ‘So Cold’, presenting flawless vocals, chic imagery and a hazy aura, which sparked the support of music tastemakers such as Twin B and DJ Ace, plus rapturous comments via the video debut on Link Up TV. Returning with the second track taken from her newly released EP, ‘Separate’, the 22-year-old British-Somali singer/songwriter immediately adds DJ Target to her ever-growing list of supporters as the premiere for latest single, ‘Not Everything’ makes for a boldly beautiful addition to her freshly unearthed music catalogue.

Born and raised in London AMUN has partnered with Perpetuity Music for the release of the EP, who have been responsible for numerous music acts now well established in the UK Urban scene. Each track on the EP portrays the lessons, experiences & childhood tales that many can relate to: ” ‘Not Everything’ is about being yourself, even if people don’t take you as you are, don’t change, just be yourself’ says AMUN describing her work.

Delve into the world of AMUN and discover ‘Not Everything’, from the stunning 5-track offering ‘Separated’.

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New Music Video: Letter Back – K Koke

Alongside the release of his 6 track EP ‘FFF PRISON’, which went straight in to the iTunes Hip-Hop chart at number one, K KOKE has dropped a new music video entitled ‘Letter Back.’

His EP takes us through a riveting journey of his time in prison, through his lyrics each song is trickled with a strong sense of self-realisation not just musically, but also personally. It is such a well-articulated account of the frustrations he feels as a man wrongly accused and having to face hard time. This EP takes it up a notch and takes a hard look at life from an inmate’s perspective and the effect it has on his family.

The harsh and restricting life of an inmate is really explored in this music video. ‘Letter Back’, as the name suggests, is a letter from a frustrated father to his family while he is in prison and missing all the core moment that make a dad, a dad. This video really tugs at the emotional heartstrings as it brings to life the inability for a man to see his child grow up. With visuals by Kye Taliana, the video has almost clocked 100,000 views in the few days since its release.

Featuring UK favourites Maverick Sabre, Dappy, Big French and Angel across the EP, to date FFF Prison has taken the Rap scene by storm. Charlie Sloth awarded ‘Letter Back’ with a prestigious record of the week across Radio 1. Now with the release available across all outlets and performing at the top of its genre, it’s clear to see K KOKE still has a compelling influence on the UK Rap game.

Check out the video for ‘Letter Back’.

New Music Video: Flex Like Dat – Olami Still

Fresh off its premiere via DJ Tiiny on Capital Xtra and its addition to the Spotify ‘Rap UK’ playlist, 19-year-old OLAMI STILL, dropped the release of his fourth single ‘Flex Like Dat’.

Influenced by his fathers love of hip-hop and rap music, the Londoner started writing original music at the tender age of eight and following the response of his 2017 EP release ‘Guide Me Out’, had a chance champion in DJ Charlie Sloth via 1Xtra, hit No. 3 on the iTunes Hip/Hop chart & number 48 overall iTunes chart.

Continuing his musical development, OLAMI STILL demonstrates the passion and influences that have continued to shape his music with his latest release. Produced by emerging production talent “Thrilla”, ‘Flex Like Dat’ is reminiscent of old school hip-hop, with the choppy keys and Olami’s smooth flow marrying together on this pre-summer vibe….check it out!

New Music Video: Space – Phebe Edwards

Following the release of her single ‘Space’, PHEBE EDWARDS has now unveiled her brand new visuals for the ambient R&B offering. 

Featuring the vocals of recently signed singer/songwriter Cameron Bloomfield, the four-minute production sees the London R&B singer and songwriter in an open field, with clips of dancers eloquently representing her desperation for some freedom and ‘Space’.

Written by the promising songstress and produced by Luke ‘G-kid’ Grant and Kadeem Clarke ‘Space’ offers a glimpse into Phebe’s EP, expected for release later this year.

Take time out and watch the stunning video for ‘Space.’..if you like what you hear,  Phebe will be performing on the 8th May at the Jazz Cafe, opening for Gabrielle’s new album launch – so if you’re in the London area around that time, go show your support!

‘Space’ is out now all major digital download sites, including iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon and Spotify.

New Music Video: Mistaken – Tino Kamal (ft. Dukus)

Proclaiming a resilient demeanour TINO KAMAL has been climbing through the ranks and he elevates to his highest level so far with his latest release ‘Mistaken’, featuring producer and artist Dukus.

Taken from his ADHD album release, Tino’s eclectic edge is an incarnation of trap and pop and his flow oozes with a melodic and rhythmic edge providing a versatile twist to the artist. His flair for merging different genres allows him to develop a sound that lies on the cusp of the mainstream and underground scene.

Hailing from West London, Tino has catapulted onto the radar of key industry heads including the likes of fashion photographer Nick Night OBE and Atlantic Record’s A&R Twin B. He launched into the scene with his single ‘London Baby’ and has since released bangers such as ‘Shooters’, ‘London Kings’, ‘Go’ as well as his project ‘Young Salvador’. He also appeared in Charlie Sloth’s infamous ‘Fire In The Street’ series back in 2014. In addition to his musical endeavours, he also delves into the world of fashion where he models and was featured in Wonderland’s Dolce AW14 campaign.

Music has been the catalyst for his creativity and it has provided the gateway to allow him to freely vent and express his thoughts. Not only does it provide him with the canvas to showcase his vision but it allows him to have a sense of freedom, something he is not only grateful for but respects too, following a stint in prison that saw him face the prospect of life imprisonment due to a case of ‘Mistaken’ identity.

“Freedom is everything to me, creatively, all that s***. ‘Mistaken’ is just my black & white way of telling you where I’ve come from as of lately and how I was feeling at that moment in time. Being locked up in a cage for 23hrs a day for 20+ yrs isn’t a life I planned on seeing but I guess I gotta thank those four walls for the time spent within them because my music’s powerful!” – Tino Kamal

Check it out!