New Track: Dream – Dol Vita

Hailing from Guildford, Surrey electro pop/rock princess DOL VITA delivers her brand new single, ‘Dream’ out now.

A cross between Lana Del Rey and Lady Gaga, DOL VITA‘s alluring instrument steals the show in this four-minute piece, which boasts melodic/dreamy soundscapes, with almost distorted guitar riffs adding a real hell raising/rocky edge.

‘Dream’ is available on major music platforms, including iTunes and Spotify…before you head off, check out the video to this masterpiece…

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Song of the Day: Let It Side – Tee Krispil

TEE KRISPIL steals today’s hotspot with a message for all the lady bosses out there through track, ‘Let It Side’.

The track is about eradicating that fight of inner conflict by going with the gut feeling and be the person you want to be – without being obsessive. In a nutshell the message in this three-minute banger is to let your hair down and Let It Slide.

The accompanied debut video, in Tee words, is ‘as equally bossy as it is silly’, a great representation of the rapper-on the-rise.

Check out this bad boy production…

Music Video: What You Rappin For? – Quincy

QUINCY drops his latest visual for track ‘What You Rappin’ For? which is kind of a message for the haters…check it out.

The rapper/R&B singer has earned a place on NEW LEASE MUSIC’s Top Ten Albums of 2017 list, with EP, ‘This Is For You’ which sits at a well-deserved place at number five.

Song of the Day: Jungle – Makk Mikkael

The gripping downtempo drive with contrasting heavenly overtones has given MAKK MIKKAEL‘s sultry piece ‘Jungle’ a well-deserved place on NEW LEASE MUSIC’s Song of the Day hotspot.

The song is about sticking with someone who is impossible in hope of a happy ending – only to find out there’s no ending. The accompanied video sees the Canadian singer wearing the colour yellow in which she associates with being bright with hidden depths.

It’s time to check out the video to ‘Jungle.’

Song of the Day: Touched – Ashley David (ft. Alicai Harley)

ASHLEY DAVID has a smooth, sensuous and addictive voice and for his debut release ‘Touched’, featuring Alicai Harley, his attributes melt into a cascade of melodies for a refreshing and genuine spin on R&B.

Taking in his worldly inspirations, the Londoner embellishes his work with glints of his Jamaican heritage as island music and soul vibes flirt playfully alongside contemporary R&B to make his self coined ‘Island Blues’. Featuring the delectable rap and singing talents of one of the UK’s most recently discovered stars Alicai Harley, ‘Touched’ is seductive and genuine, yet fierce.

There’s little doubt as to how ASHLEY DAVID is so well versed in music creation once you have scraped the surface to this intriguing musician, artist and video director. Born into a multi-talented family, ASHLEY DAVID has been musically cultivated by the strong influences of his uncles who were in an award-winning international gospel group and his older brother, a chart topping songwriter, Varren Wade (Wretch 32 ‘6 words’, Stormzy ‘Blinded by your Grace’).

The smooth operator began his career at an early age, seeing him take to the stage of West End Theatre before moving on to study animation and become a freelance creative director/ animator & graphic designer, providing visuals and collaborating with the likes of H Money, Wstrn, Fanatics, N3GUS, Rhyon , Joivan Wade and John Boyega. It is through his own journeys and those closest to him that he’s been able to nurture and hone his craft, being in complete control of all elements that he displays to the world and bringing him to the point he has reached today, a genuinely “360” artist.

Speaking of the release, which was premiered at radio by DJ Ace on BBC 1Xtra, Ashley said:  “I am extremely excited about ‘Touched’, as I have been working on my material over the last year and it seems like every skill I’ve learned & developed within the arts has now converged to this point where the world is now about to see all that I’ve been honing. Music, animation, visuals, the whole nine yards will be released and the excitement I am feeling is palpable, I want to take people on a journey into my very own genre which I call “Island blues”.

Start the journey and hit that play button on ‘Touched’.