Song of the Day: Good Thing – Harry Cracknell

HARRY CRACKNELL‘s break up record, ‘Good Thing’ is a mature offering, showcasing both the 22-year-old’s vocals and songwriting ability. Always possessing a love for music, as a teen, Harry supported the multi-platinum selling boy band Blue at a 20,000-attending show as well as, The Game on the Amsterdam show of his European tour.

After his 2019 collaboration with Landis and Breikthru, Harry was rewarded with his biggest release to date and an insight into his potential. The track ‘Find Me’ has amassed over 750,000 streams on Spotify alone and placed across UK TV shows. With more releases on the horizon, ‘Good Thing’ is the beginning of a chain reaction for more music and Harry’s growth in the UK scene….check out the official video below…

Song of the Day: Stop/Rest – Mae Krell

New York-based singer-songwriter MAE KRELL‘s shares single ‘rest stop’, an undeniable emotional rawness. Underscored by layered, lush instrumentation, Mae’s vocals bristle with palpable emotion as they come to terms with the loss of a friendship.

Mae started to write the single when their car broke down in the trucking area of a rest stop. They were feeling lost in life, both figuratively and literally. “I was sad and still processing a really painful friend breakup and just overall not in a great place,” Mae says. “In writing ‘rest stop,’ I was learning that sometimes getting healthier and becoming more independent can end in a loss of a relationship .And, as this specific friendship ended, I started to realize that maybe it wasn’t as good for me as I thought it was.”

For the accompanying music video, Mae hit the road with visual artist Caro Hallock to revisit the aforementioned rest stop. The video chronicles the journey back to where the song was first conceived through nostalgic and timeless road trip footage. Check it out below…

Song of the Day: Die Tonight – Sam Louis

SAM LOUIS’ single, ‘Die Tonight,’ was influenced by the uncertainty and growing social anxiety of the pandemic. This record is about living in the moment, forgetting about everything around you, and falling victim to the rush of love in a dark time.

So submerge yourself in the mesmeric soundscapes by hitting the button below…

Song of the Day: Waiting – Kevweh (ft. Adryanne, Reynbow & H.O.M.A

Hailing from Nigeria, Igho Kevwe (aka KEVWEH) puts together a killer smooth R&B joint titled ‘Waiting’ with the help with three creditable artists from his native country.

The track features Adryanne, the young pen-smith who opens with a vivid story of doubt and anger with a partner in a relationship, from a female’s point of view. Reynbow adds some colour to the record, coming from the perspective of an unrepentant but hurt male lover, narrating how the relationship grown distant overtime and ponders whether falling in love was the worst mistake – but despite hurt feelings, he’s open to jumpstart the relationship. Rising afro fusion sensation, H.O.M.A jumps on the last verse, giving a summary of what love is and the expected pain that follows.

An A&R for Black Federation label, Kevweh wants to give a taste of what he can do as an artist, through his debut single. With his natural love for music and good rhythm, he hopes you guys will keep him on your radar. Have a listen below..

Song of the Day: Our Song – TheFatRat (ft. Cecilia Gault)

Gaming Music legend THEFATRAT, popularly known for his immense online following of over 5.6 million YouTube subscribers and extremely popular songs like ‘Unity,’ ‘Monody (feat. Laura Brehm),’ and ‘Fly Away (feat. Anjulie),’ which have over 800 million streams combined, follows up with a catchy new collaboration, ‘Our Song.’

The chill electronic single features the sultry vocals of singer/songwriter Cecilia Gault, popularly known for the 2019 hit ‘Love Me Like You Used To’ with Kaskade and the Top 10 Billboard Dance Bop ‘Parallel Lines’ with Zookëper. ‘Our Song’ is the fifth song revealed from TheFatRat’s debut album, PARALLAX, available now on all digital streaming platforms.

Our Song’ is a track that I’m particularly proud of. Emotionally and sonically, it’s very different from anything that I have done before and it opens a door to a new sonic world that I will further explore in the future,” said TheFatRat. “It’s special to me because it’s almost an anti-electro track. Unlike most electronic music, the drums are loose and often off timing. Also there is no Autotune or other pitch correction on the vocals. Everything is rough and natural and still the track sounds unlike anything that I have ever heard before.”

TheFatRat and Cecilia Gault have worked together in the past on his 2018 single, “MAYDAY,” which was co-written by Cecilia and performed by Laura Brehm.

Have a listen to ‘Our Song’ below…