R&B crooner QUINCY is back with his pops Al B Sure! for the remake of the 80’s hit, ‘Night & Day.’
The track, originally recorded by Al B Sure! in 1988, stole the top spot on the Billboard Hot Black Single chart which led to a Grammy nomination for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance the following year.
Almost twenty years later, QUINCY looking to repeat his father’s success by adding his extra sultry/after hours trademark to the R&B classic…so go ahead, check out the video!
If you’re a regular visitor of NEW LEASE MUSIC, then you’ll know that QUINCY is all about churning out slow jam R&B numbers… the type that puts some serious heat under the collar and steam up spectacles within seconds…and his latest EP, ‘This Is For You’ makes no exception.
Released last month, the six-track set brings back that rich, old-school R&B, when the upcoming crooner takes on and remakes his father, AL B Sure’s 80s hit ‘Night and Day’. Elements of raunchy guitar plucks makes a surprising appearance, in tracks including, ‘Waterfall’ and ‘Late Night Flex’, ensuring the temperature is kept way above 100.
‘This Is For You’ will be greatly received by die-hard nostalgics of late 80s/90s soulful R&B…it’ll be a shame to miss out – better check it out!
Must Listens: I Can Tell You, Late Night Flex, Me Time
Following his last appearance with track ‘Quitter Paris’ – named Song of the Week by NEW LEASE MUSIC back in late 2015 – JON BAPTXTE slams another effort entitled ‘Rendez-Vous’, released via The Cartel Records.
The four-minute track sees the French spitter – now residing in East London – makes full use of his ambient R&B/hip-hop signature – well suited for those after hours activities!
It’s definitely worth a trial – check it out – and don’t get too hot under the collar!
Following the release of his single Blue Dot, R&B/Soul/Rock hot property QUINCY bounce back into the NEW LEASE MUSIC limelight with latest afterhours effort, Late Night Flex, taken from his work-in-process EP, This is For You.
This is sure to set your festive season on a smooth note…better check it out!
Back again with a heater, Philadelphia native SPIKE GEEZ is still going. Getting ready to release his upcoming project NITRO, Spike is going strong with visuals, Clothing and more.
He drops The Freaks, a club banger with too much sauce on the flow. Spike lets us know he has no problem taking what’s yours: “If that’s yo Chick, then get a leash” and introducing her to the Freaks. Listen to this on full blast here:
Hot on the heels of a huge summer which saw him bring his mesmerising vocals and must-see stage performances to both Wireless and V Festivals, UK R&B singer-songwriter ANGEL has shown no signs of slowing down with the release of his new EP HER earlier this month – which has already been streamed almost 400,000 times in less than two weeks – and now the brand new visual for his track Fvxk With You featuring US rap artist Rich Homie Quan.
Sampling 90s girl-group Jade’s iconic New Jill Swing jam Don’t Walk Away, ANGEL continues with his unique mix of addictive 90s samples mixed with his distinctive, soulful vocals on the Harmony Samuels produced Fvxk With You. With west London meeting America’s ‘dirty south’, delivered courtesy of an explosive 16 bars from Rich Homie Quan, the Atlanta, Georgia hip-hop artist currently taking the music industry by storm, Fvxk With You has already started to make a huge splash across both sides of the Atlantic and is set to be taken to the new heights with the new visual, filmed in the rapper’s ATL neighbourhood.
HER EP is a collection of six slick and sultry R&B jams produced by Angel and showcasing his incredible songwriting ability and flair for hypnotic hooks and earworm melodies. Seeing him continue to build on the waves he created with his previous releases this year, the EP features two further new tracks, the soon-to-be new favourites Thelma and Louise and the Bobby Brown sampling Me & You. HER also includes Hop On featuring rising UK rapper Stefflon Don and the powerful Rude Boy featuring Haile from WSTRN, which along with the remix – which saw him join forces with JME (Boy Better Know), Wretch 32 and Tally – collectively amassed over 2 million combined streams and garnered support from Radio 1Xtra and Rinse FM.
Signed in the US by Motown records VP, Ezekiel Lewis (also responsible for forming the group The Clutch who have gone on to write and produce hits for Beyonce, Justin Bieber, Neyo and more), alongside Island Records, ANGEL continues to reinforce his position as one of the UK’s hottest R&B talents. With Pop and Oak (known for their work with the likes of Chris Brown, Kehlani and Nicki Minaj), Grammy award-winning producer Swiss Beatz, Neff U and Prince Charlez (who recently collaborated with Rihanna on Anti on the list as just some of the credible names Angel has recently worked with, there is no doubt that his debut album is going to rock both sides of the shores, making 2017 and beyond his for the taking.
HER EP Is out now on Island Records.
VANESSA WHITE receives an attention-grabbing treatment of her latest R&B/soul single, Low Key from SRNO.
Coming from her second upcoming solo EP, Second Chapter, the original version has generated high praises from major taste makers including Complex UK, The Line of Best Fit and Wonderland Magazine as well as receiving airplay on Trevor Nelson’s BBC 1Xtra Show – and over 100,000 listens on SoundCloud.
However the seriously sensual, after hours makeover from Amsterdam producer SRNO has definitely caught the attention of NEW LEASE MUSIC, making it a very well-deserved dish of the day – hope you guys agree!
It’s time to listen for yourself.
The new rendition brings something a little different to previous releases as the Philadelphia emcee traded in his usual super rapid delivery for some silky afterhours vocals. Check out his latest cover and if you like, get your copy for FREE.
With fellow Owl Life Entertainment recruits (pictured), KING DICE O comes double the force with TWO out-of-sight-tracks.
Intrigued? Well start off with Formation. This four-minute banger displays the street poet and the gang hard at work – and at their very best. The rhythmic ‘gong’ with an intermittent electronic drive is finished off with on-point wordpay from each member. (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!)
With an after hours groove coupled with chocolate-smooth delivery to match Body Part is the type of track is definitely for the bedroom department (use your imagination!)
If these releases tick all the boxes, it’s well worth checking out KING DICE O‘s latest mixtape, The Life Vol.2: The Quiet Storm right here.