New Music Video: Concrete – J KAS (ft. Breana Marin)

J KAS is back with another production for his track ‘Concrete’, bringing back to old school vibes with the help of local talent, singer Breana Marin.

This one’s definitely for the serious hip-hop heads out there…check it out!

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New Track: Life Has Only Begun – Wunda

Almost two years out of the NEW LEASE MUSIC spotlight, WUNDA returns with his latest single, ‘Life Has Only Just Begun.’

For those who are not familiar with this South-African singer, he is known for spinning out atmospheric R&B bangers, drawing heavy influence from the spine tingling slow jams back in the 90s.

His 2015 offering, ‘We On!’ stole the top spot on South Africa’s Top 20 Emerging chart…so you’re definitely in good company here.

Hit that play button on ‘Life Has Only Just Begun.’

New Track: If God Doesn’t Want It – Christa Deana

Hailing all the way from Philadelphia, CHRISTA DEANA brings some urban gospel to today’s hotspot with her latest single, ‘ If God Doesn’t Want It.’

The R&B powerhouse’s lifelong journey in music started when she won first place in the Young Artist Competition for the city of Allentown, PA. Since then, Christa has toured the world with several choirs that took her to Romania, Turkey, France, Spain, England, and all over the US.

Graduating a with music educator degree from University of Valley Forge, Christa is currently a music educator and worship leader at various facilities and churches. She is also the co-owner for ChristaCourt Productions.

Check for her lyric video for the single.

New Music Video: Woah – Kritz93 (ft.E. Mak)

 

KRITZ93, E.Mak and Sunny Kale – the producer behind Stormzy’s hit ‘100 Bags’ – cooked up a straight-talking banger entitled ‘Woah’. Taking a unapologetically raw street approach, this brand new hot collab is already tearing up the underground grime scene.

Gaining initial exposure from DJ Target, who cherry picked the record as his ‘Targo Embargo’ in early January, KRITZ93 took to the BBC Radio 1Xtra airwaves to introduce himself and his record to the nation and it has since been hot on the selection lists across Kiss Fresh, Radar Radio, Westside FM.

A newcomer to the game, KRITZ93 spent the entirety of 2017 recording and releasing music, freestyles and videos online, building a respectable stock of well-received and supported music. He was also found collaborating and featuring on a selection of tracks, which included ‘G’s Dem’ for DJ P Montana’s Rah Boy – Vol 1 mixtape. Teaming up with E. Mak on the record, who’s profile has recently soared from his release ‘Yo!’, the pair chopped it up over a hybrid of melodic genres and vowed to jump back in to the studio together quickly, resulting in the creation of ‘Woah’…check out the video.

New Track: Celebrate – K*ners (ft. Incredubwoy)

Championing a sound that captures the heart and soul of hip hop, Bristol native K*NERS released his conscious single ‘Celebrate’.

Activating a deep sense of nostalgia through looping samples and a crisp vinyl feel, K*NERS paints a myriad of pictures and thoughts via his sharp wordsmithery with a throwback delivery.

Building his foundation as a ragga MC on a sound system, K*NERS is the latest in a succession of musical innovators from Bristol treading a path beaten by Wild Bunch, Massive Attack, Portishead, Tricky, Roni Size and more recently, dubstep producer Joker. Connecting the dots between the worlds of Ragga and Hip Hop,K*NERS has a fine-tuned sound that lies across both spectrums of the genres.

Creating a catalogue of music spanning over the last decade including his debut album ‘K In Da Flesh’, as well as his recently released second album ‘Voice of the City’, K*NERS has built a strong following over the years. He has also performed along the likes of legends that include Sugar Hill Gang, Mos Def, GZA/Genius (Wu-Tang), Tinchy Stryder and Mark Ronson.

“Celebrate, is the song to celebrate the fact you can start off in the hoods, slums and ghettos in life but still come out and reach your goals and live your dreams.” – K*Ners

Check out ‘Celebrate.’