New Track: Alone, But I Need It – Jony Shelby

Since the release of his late 2018 debut EP ‘Mango’, self-produced singer-songwriter JONY SHELBY has been unstoppable.

Having already received support from the likes of Elevator Magazine, Stereo Stickman and ZO Magazine, Shelby now returns with the masterful ‘Alone, But I Need It’. Released last Friday (29th March) via DistroKid, Louisiana’s rising music prodigy offers up his unique electronic/urban fusion.

Check it out below…

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Song of the Day: Elizabeth – Jerhiame

JERHIAME‘s latest single ‘Elizabeth’ earned a well deserved place on today’s hotspot for its atmospheric fusion of electro and R&B with the young newcomer delivering a pretty woeful tale of ‘the one’ who broke his heart…and hoping that karma will catch up with her.

Coming from a musical inclined family, listening to the likes of B.B. King, Michael Jackson and Prince from a very young age, the singer/songwriter from Louisiana released his debut single, ‘Sad Song’ in 2016, which quickly cranked up his fanbase and thousands of streams on Spotify. Released back in February, ‘Elizabeth’ carries on the hype, receiving great reception from several college campuses and earning spots of Spotify playlists.

JERHIAME is currently working on his EP…be sure to look out for that…but for now, witness a star-on-a-rise and check out ‘Elizabeth’.

New Track: I’ll Be There – Greg Banks

After debuting on NEW LEASE MUSIC with the funky number, ‘Tell Me’ – featured as Song of the Day – GREG BANKS returns with a brand new single ‘I’ll Be There’, released last Friday.

Hailed as the one to watch by Deli magazine, Banks takes a detour from the kaleidoscopic mix of soul, funk, pop and rock (as featured in track, ‘Tell Me’) and opts for a buttery smooth fusion of R&B and funk, showcasing his after-hours falsetto, which is very reminiscent of the late Marvin Gaye.

Soothe over your humpday and have a listen to ‘I’ll Be There’.

New Track: Burn Up – District 11

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Producer Isaac Reid and singer/songwriter Melinda Burns (Mel B) – aka DISTRICT 11 – are back with a brand new single Burn Up, making a complete u-turn from their previous lazing-in-the-summer offering, Sunshine.

The almost three-minute uplifting treat boasts a borderline electropop/dance bassline where Burns injects some gutsy conviction to her angelically-light vocals, adding a real club-ish, Ibizan vibe.  Perhaps reminiscent of Emeli Sande’s hit, Heaven…have a listen and see what you think.