Song of the Day: The One – Efya (ft. Tiwa Savage)

Ghanaian soulstress EFYA calls upon renowned artist Tiwa Savage to create a beautifully, elegant masterpiece, taking shape of her second release of the year, ‘The One’. The sun-soaked single finds Efya at her effortlessly, enchanting best, teaming up with producer Blaq Jerzee for a romance tinged single.

Efya has never been one to stay in her lane; a singer, actress and humanitarian, she strives always to be the best version of herself whilst helping others. Blending soul, kwaito, afrobeats, pop and r&b, she often collaborates with other artists from different countries such as Mr Eazi and Wizkid.

Since bursting onto the music scene with her powerful songs, she has won seven Ghana Music Awards, two City People Awards, a Best Female nomination at the 2014 MTV African Music Awards and an Artist Of The Decade nomination at the 2018 VGMAs. Sarkodie, another of Ghana’s leading lights, loves her, as does Diplo, whose Major Lazer jammed onstage with the star at Accra’s Sandbox in 2019.

Check out the lyric video for ‘The One’ below…

Midnight Mystery Club Released Their Stunning Single, ‘Keep A Beat’ Today!

Indie Dance duo MIDNIGHT MYSTERY CLUB’s original version of ‘Keep A Beat’ was released back in 2015 on Secret Life label out of Ibiza and was featured on a few Balearic compilations like Cafe Mambos.

Fast forward to the present day, the pair have released a revamped version of the track, possessing a softer take on the chilled ibizan – esque arrangements with 80s soul/pop influences.

‘Keep A Beat’ is available from today (3rd July) on all major music platforms. Check it out below…


Song of the Day: Love Potion – Jai Amore

Off the heels of his falsetto blazing single ‘Give Me You’, released earlier this year, North West Londoner JAI AMORE‘s latest single, ‘Love Potion’ is another intimate vocal performed on top of a classy guitar and string
arrangement, which embodies both new school and old school R&B with a hint of soul.

Speaking of his latest creation, Jai says: “I’ve tried to paint a musical landscape where you find yourself feeling the nostalgia of 90’s
RnB, the theatrics of opera, and the realness of a story that unfolds with each line. I think
there’s so much we still love and learn from the RnB we’re making in the UK, because we
have such unique stories to tell, and a unique way of telling them.”

Check out ‘Love Potion’ below…

Lorelle Howard Shares Video For Latest Single, ‘Easy’

With the disorder and mixed emotions that so many black men and women are experiencing globally, LORELLE HOWARD‘s alt afterhours single, ‘Easy’ is a track that offers a bit of uncomplicated listening.

The accompanied video features a collage of love scenes from black classic films like Poetic Justice, Coming to America and Love and Basketball, which works perfectly in unison with the song’s intimate vibes.

Add some love into your hump day and hit play on the video for ‘Easy’.

Song of the Day: Bad For Me – REGI FLIH

REGI FLIH sports some summer vibes with the release of his fourth and latest joint, ‘Bad For Me’. A different approach from his previous releases, ‘Bad For Me boasts’ an unexpected sound showing the versatility the artist has to offer.

With production work from Dough Related labelmate FRAAN, the singer-songwriter has come through with a perfectly constructed smooth, bouncy R&B anthem. Bad For Me alludes to the excitement of having a secretive, seductive encounter with your lover.

Regi Flih has scored success with previous singles, ‘Something For Me’, ‘Feeling Some Way’ and ‘Strip’ which have collectively amassed over one million streams on all platforms and has been featured on internationally recognized music blogs such as AU Dollars, Notoriously Canada, NXTSTYLE’s Top 100 Songs of 2019, as well as receiving airtime from radio station Power 106 (Los Angeles) from host Shirley Ju.

Check out the video for ‘Bad For Me’ below…