It’s Time To Figure Out Tia Carys In Brand New Track

Listed as one of The Independent’s ‘Ones To Watch’ for 2020, TIA CARYS fly kicks her way into the decade with her first offering of the season, ‘Figure Me Out’.

Making a mean statement of arrival, the record has been added straight onto Spotify playlists ‘New Music Friday’, ‘Rap UK’ and ‘We Move’ and follows on from her heavily supported and bold debut introduction ‘English x Ghana’, which dropped at the end of last year and awoke the UK music scene to her sound.

Evident from the outset on ‘Figure Me Out’, Tia Carys has an exceptionally refreshing aura and talent – at just 19-year-old! The production choice in itself breathes energy, intrigue and distinctiveness as the heady beat, skippy high hats and atenteben flute open this one woman show. Although a newcomer to the game, her confidence soars at level 100 as she delivers alternating flows that are something of a spectacle. Naturally switching between head spinning scattergun delivery and composed, deliberate punchline drops, her time spent dropping Instagram freestyles and building a loyal fanbase has all leant to her current arrival.

Growing her initial fanbase from Instagram by reworking tracks and freestyles from the worlds top artists including Drake, Fredo, Burna Boy, Nafe Smallz and Dave, it didn’t take long for the English/Ghanian rapper to catch the attention of Renowned, whose family she has now joined alongside Wretch 32 & Hamzaa.

Accompanied by sharp and polished visuals from collaborator Ray Fiasco, which see the rising star deliver a magnificently powerful performance, Tia says of the release: “English x Ghana was the introduction to who I am, now it’s time to Figure Me Out.”

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Juice Menace Drops Off Frist Video Of The Year For Single, ‘Bounterfeit’

On a mission to put her hometown Cardiff on the map, JUICE MENACE slams down some fiery visuals for her latest track, ‘Bounterfeit’.

Within just two years, Juice has built a strong reputation for herself in the music scene, as she travels back and forth from Cardiff to London. With this, she has collaborated with some of the biggest producers in the game including Flyo, SOS, Elevated, Nastylgia and Michelin Shin and links up with Jaime La Cree for the piano-heavy beat which serves as the perfect base for Juice’s hard-hitting bars and confident charisma.

The nineteen-year-old rapper has continued to solidify her place in the scene as one of the most determined female rappers in the UK right now. Taking 2019 by storm with just three track releases, ‘Bounterfeit’ is a sizzling teaser of what is yet to come from the star that is Juice Menace…

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Lorelle Howard Returns With Video For Brand New Single ‘Everybody Workin’

Following her debut EP, ‘SE7EN Phases’: Moonscape, LORELLE HOWARD is back with a video for new single, ‘Everybody Workin’ which boasts some fresh hip-hop hooks with a touch of 90s dance vibe.

Shot in various area in Brixton, the striking production encaptures the track’s lighthearted approach to the daily struggles of working 9-5. The idea was born in Paris with her producer, Blastar (Pusha T, Tyga, The Game…), as a joke and they quickly realized it was all too true and created the track.

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Song of the Day: Hardly – Juice Menace

The UK’s next big thing, JUICE MENACE drops one HEAVY joint entitled ‘Hardly’ into today’s hot spot. The track is an ode to the hidden hustle that comes with making waves in music with a beat courtesy of Octavian producer Elevated.

When Juice picked up the mic two years ago at the tender age of 17, she has since been perfecting her craft. With a dream for bigger things and an urge to escape her life in Cardiff, Juice began grafting and building a network of young creatives in London which all have now aided in her musical style, branding and visuals. Now at just 18-years-old, she has worked with respected producers in the UK and US underground circuit including Scott Supreme, Scott Styles and Honeywoodsix.

Through nothing but hustle which she outlines in the new track, this young artist has solidified her sound by joining her two prominent influences, West Coast trap and underground UK rap, then adding a fierce, contemporary edge with consistent bass-heavy instrumentals. Taking influences from the likes of Travis Scott, Future and YG, as well as her early inspirations driven from her mother’s favourites such as Fugees,112 and “all the bad boy artists, Juice’s ear for timeless music as well as the modern buzz is second to none.

From her debut single ‘Probably’ showcasing trap flavours, to this new bouncy joint ‘Hardly’, her versatility shines through. With a well-received Guap live session of ‘Probably’ accomplished and more huge songs on the horizon, JUICE MENACE is fast becoming a name to get familiar with.

She’s young, hungry and ready to hustle so sleep on her at your peril…check her out below:

New Music Video: Faded – Dutch ReBelle

DUTCH REBELLE dropped the eye-catching vibe heavy visual for the Newm Nera produced track ‘Faded’ from her latest album ‘Bang Bang’.

Shot by Nathan Delong, ‘Faded’ is a hypnotic cruise through a day with Dutch living her best life  as she delivers sharp punchlines atop a breathtaking view.

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