Song of the Day: Hey Hey Hey – Tamaraebi

Nigerian-born singer-songwriter TAMARAEBI is slowly shaping up to be tomorrow’s torchbearer within the realm of Soul and RnB music, elevating the genres with his own inimitable iterations. Having recently signed a publishing deal with Sony/ATV after being scouted and approached by Tinie Tempah on Instagram. One to never stop, TAMARAEBI is back with single ‘Hey Hey Hey’.

With a strong promise of longevity, TAMARAEBI is an alluring and enigmatic master of his craft, what sets him apart from his contemporary counterparts is an instantly identifiable sonic distinctiveness.

Being exposed to a plethora of diverse countries, cultures, and people at such a young age was an experience that transformed TAMARAEBI into a self-proclaimed social chameleon, which equipped him with the ability to easily adjust to different environments.

The skilled wordsmith and storyteller states it’s the melody that is always at the heart of each of his songs, very much involved in the production process, he is skilled at the piano and guitar. Produced by Greatness Jones, his latest single ‘Hey Hey Hey’ has  rich sultry tones complimenting the dulcet, jazzy production, likened to that of The Weeknd, TAMARAEBI gives off a no holds barred account of showing no love. The one-to-watch is on the run up to releasing his debut EP ‘Heavens Gate’ featuring ‘Innocence’ and recently released ‘Heavens Gate’ singles.

Check out ‘Hey Hey Hey’ below…

 

Song of the Day: Soul Ties – Carmen Marie

CARMEN MARIE is one of those genre defying singer/songwriters whose signature sound is uniquely their own. Hailing from Streatham, South East London, CARMEN MARIE has an emotive honesty and rawness the like of which is truly rare and certainly distinguishes her as an artist set to breakthrough in the UK and internationally.

Heavily drawing influence from RnB, Jazz and Neo Soul, Carmen’s vocals and unique curation of ‘melodic alternative slow jams’ give this ever-evolving singer a certain ambiguity, beyond that of a conventional artist.

After the success of her debut single ‘Hopeless’ in 2018, Carmen has racked up 70k+ combined streams to date. Having found herself on various Spotify playlists, the first single from her forthcoming EP ‘High Day,’ received much the same response. Her latest effort, the title track from the EP ‘Soul Ties’  deals with the depth and dangers of relationships tapping in, once again, to her uniquely personal melodic genius.

I’ve found a REAL hot one right here…Check out ‘Soul Ties’ below..

Song of the Day: Good Life – Brags Boogie

South London rapper BRAGS BOOGIE initially earned his stripes working with childhood friends Saskilla and Boya Dee, forming the undisputable Channel U super group Nu Brand Flex before pursuing a celebrated career in professional football.

A talented lyricist with a penchant for infectious hooks, Brags has always breathed life into the tracks he spits on, and for his latest drop ‘Good Life’, taken off of his forthcoming EP of the same name, the crew reunite with zero disappointments.

Bringing with them the energy and sheer entertainment, of yesteryear, Brags, Boya Dee, Peigh and Wonder reconnect and also mix in the wisdom, growth and eloquence that they share today for the new drop. As a skillful winger for Maidstone United, Brags scored a number of goals, making him player of the round with the likes of football stars Didier Drogba, Hatem Ben Arfa and Juan Mata, all whilst pursuing a career in music too with Nu Brand Flex, they were a staple part of the Channel U era, with hits including ‘Gash By Da Hour’ also setting the live circuit on fire.

Creating music that matters, BRAGS BOOGIE’s latest single ‘Good Life’ was written in honour of the birth of his eldest daughter Yaya. Produced by the multi platinum CashMoneyAP in LA, the track emulates how life has been going for Brags as he gears up to release his own project bringing with it that all encompassing feel good factor and upbeat vibe.

Check out the video below…

Song of the Day: Remember – LA Sabree (ft. Adonai)

‘Remember’ is LA SABREE’s attempt at a love song. Growing up, LA recalls most of his favorite hip-hop albums containing a romantic record or two specifically for female listeners to vibe to. During a listening session, his friend told him he was missing that exact type of song. Ever the perfectionist, Sabree vowed to make it happen.

Once he heard the beat by Producer GHXST, he sought out to bring the idea to fruition. However, he ended up creating something else entirely…

‘Remember’ is an anthem for men reminiscing about their old flames – and more importantly and specifically that woman it just didn’t work out with despite everything lining up like it would. In the record, LA SABREE recounts the vibes, moments and conversations he had with a girlfriend who professed her love for him. By the end all he has left are the pictures in his phone.

‘Remember’ is available on all major streaming platforms…check it out below..

 

Song of the Day: Summer’s Over – Samurai Champs

Hailing from two Canadian cities – Saskatoon and Regina – future-hip-hop/R&B duo rapper Jeah and singer Merv xx Gotti – aka SAMURAI CHAMPS, dropped their latest single, ‘Summer’s Over’ into today’s hot spot, drawing influence from their Southeast Asian heritage, while taking pride in their urban-Canadian identity.

Speaking of their smooth latest hip-hop/afterhours banger, they guys says: “For the track Summers Over, we really wanted to capture the idea that good things come to an end. That’s just the reality of it. Just like how the seasons come and go. Embrace change and learn from your experiences. That allows us to be human and as humans we can be hopeful. So if it’s for love, it’s always worth fighting for.”

SAMURAI CHAMPS first graced their presence on the blog with their album, ‘Cabernet Sauvignon‘, named Album of the Month by the blog in July (to view all top releases of the week and month, visit the Instagram account).

Check out ‘Summer’s Over’ below…