New Music Video: Blow: Matt Blvck

After releasing his newest single ‘Blow’ back in May, UK’s next male R&B break-out star, MATT BLVCK has recently dropped the visuals to accompany the catchy classic R&B tune and popular number ‘Nia’ taken from his second EP, ‘After Party’.

Hailing from South London,  MATT BLVCK has received continuous support from official Spotify playlists Spotify & Chill and Slow Jamz for his previous single ‘Nia’, and recent support from the newest Spotify UK RNB playlist for his latest single ‘Blow’

Writing for over three years and recording for over two, the slick soulful contender writes about the build up and breakdown of relationships, love and loss, and his change in focus. ‘Blow’ features a catchy acoustic hook atop a sexy RnB beat paired with Matt’s distinctive vocals which switch from sultry singing to a more urban spoken word.

Creating sexy R&B jams and sitting in a gap that has been missed over the past couple of years, Matt is growing in popularity within the R&B scene whilst paving the way with his own distinctive sound which plays on old school R&B inspired by the likes of Usher, whilst still remaining current and fresh.

Check out the visuals for ‘Blow’ via GRM Daily.

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New Track: Hate – Nicki Knightz

East London rapper NICKI KNIGHTZ drops lead single,  ‘HATE’, coming from her forthcoming, debut project of the same name.

Setting the tone for the forthcoming project, ‘HATE’ boasts a braggadocious bass, where the newcomer vents some home truths in what has happened in the past, and how it made her a stronger person.

‘HATE’ can be described as an anthem for every ‘misfit’ who has received hate for being different, for having a voice and, most importantly, having the courage to stand up for themselves.

So if this is the story of your life, well this bad boy production will sit very well in your collection…check it out…

Premiere: Hiding Away (Remixes) – Stephanie Sounds

You may remember STEPHANIE SOUNDS‘ calm-after-the-storm offering, ‘Hiding Away’, featured on NEW LEASE MUSIC last month. Today the alternative songbird unveils the single with two earthy, Reggaeton/Afrobeats – fused remixes from producer Victizzle and DJ Uwney. 

The original version of ‘Hiding Away’ showcases guitar riffs, giving off a smooth and rich folklore sensation with soulful vocals, reflecting the aftermath of being betrayed by close friends.

Taken from her 12-track EP, ‘Much better’, ‘Hiding Away’ is from today available on all major download/streaming sites.

Check out ‘Hiding Away’ + remixes below:

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New Music Video: So Gone – Raylo

Londoners RAYLO drops black and white video for single ‘So Gone’, along with their release their debut EP of the same name.

Inspired by the darker side of the music industry, the four-piece hip-hop collective self-produced their new five track EP, out now, showcasing a sound which mixes moody bass-lines, melodic R&B vocals and UK-rap.

RAYLO rose to fame in 2016 with debut single ‘Winner’ which was featured on Pot Noodle’s ‘Ring Boy’ viral advert.

Check out the video below:

Song of the Day: You’re Crazy – Jodie Abacus

Described by many as Thundercat meets Stevie Wonder, Future-soul artist  JODIE ABACUS  released an ode to all crazy ex-partners, coming in the shape of single ‘You’re Crazy’, taken from his forthcoming debut LP.

The South-London singer has been causing a stir since the early days of ‘I’ll Be That Friend’ & ‘Good Feeling’, with Abacus winning hearts at BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra – not to mention key tastemaker support from the likes of i-D, Pigeons & Planes and Noisey.

His forthcoming LP was inspired by “the worst, mental, fuck-with-my-head year” which saw the singer break-up with a girlfriend of five years and suffer a near-death experience with pneumonia – Jodie now lives with the attitude that he “must be able to take shit and grow flowers”.

Over the coming months, JODIE ABACUS will deliver additional tracks from the album – with a full LP release date to be announced soon….