New Music Video: Hotline – J Kas

J KAS once again shakes up the streets of Portugal through the video for latest track, ‘Hotline’.

Coming from his EP ‘Dreamlife Summer Jamz’, the latest release see the natives – young and the mature – jamming to the bouncing bassline which works in harmony with trance-like and tropical-esque tones. This Sheffield hip-hop contender brings on pure positive vibes…determined not to take on ‘No L’s’.

‘Hotline’ follows J KAS‘ feel-good EDM banger ‘Vogue’. Check out the video below:

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Song of the Day: Medicine – Ragers (ft. Lou Phelps)

Canadian alt hip-hop collective RAGERS enlisted fellow native rapper/songwriter Lou Phelps for their latest track ‘Medicine. The 80-inspired -ish soulful funk number is taking from their brand new LP ‘Raw Footage’, which embodies modern pop and hip hop, musical proficiency, on point flow – and the guys’ knack in creating catchy hooks and melodies.

Get the first taste of their LP and check out ‘Medicine’ below:

New Music Video: Good Life – Olaedo Ibe

MOBO-nominated singer/songwriter OLAEDO IDE has unveiled the video to her latest single, ‘Good Life’ on Friday.

The four-minute production encompasses the up-tempo vibes of Luke ‘GKID’ Grant-produced banger, where the London songbird’s smooth vocals, along with guest vocalists Leke and Becca Folkes, compels you to sing on top of your lungs!

Written by Olaedo and Luke ‘GKID’ Grant, ‘Good Life’ is taken from her LP ‘Grow To Glow’ set for release this summer.

Check her out below:

New Music Video: Groove – Shaka Shams (ft. Olivier William)

Currently residing  Belgium, 18-year old rapper and poet SHAKA SHAMS drops the video to his hip-hop/funk number, suitably entitled ‘Groove.’

The latest release comes from his new EP, Elements: Crystal Clear, which sees SHAKA SHAMS – who took the name from his South African/Zulu roots – demonstrating his versatility as a performer, marrying his naturalistic rhymes with lyrics inspired by everything from street scenes to films to anime. It is these borderless sonic journeys that drag you into this teenager’s world, a place with no boundaries. Crystal Clear is the first in a series of releases under the Elements banner which will see Shaka exploring different themes – with this EP it’s the sometimes murky world of late night club life.

Having picked up the hip-hop bug from his cousin at the age of 11, he started recording his own track at their house. Though it would have been easy to keep music as just a hobby, Shaka was determined to get to the next level and to get his music heard by as many people as possible. Taking influence from hip-hop both old and new, as well as keeping a close eye/ear on subgenres such as hip house, trap and boom-bap.

So it’s time to get a little taste of Shaka’s work; check out ‘Groove’…