Romy Dya Unveils Video For Single, ‘Use U’, Featuring K1D

Dutch singer ,songwriter and producer, ROMY DYA has revealed the official video for ‘Use U’ with K1D, directed by Djodjo Pongo and shot by Cherry Visuals.

Lifted from her debut LP, I FKN LOVE MYSELF, ‘Use U’ is about giving off low vibrations and filling up that emptiness you feel inside post break-up; dating or having a one-night-stand when you still have to work on yourself. Together with Belgian-based rapper K1D, Romy also shows the male perspective.

‘I FKN LOVE MYSELF’ is a memoir of the trials and tribulations that she has faced throughout her life and a reminder to love herself unconditionally. Combining R&B, Soul, Jazz and Pop, Romy has already been working hard behind the scenes, with cuts on records from Ghostface Killah to Martin Garrix.

The latest focus track follows on from singles ‘She’, ‘Thank You’, ‘Unspoken’, ‘RomCom’ & ‘What Is Love’. Check out the official video for ‘Use u’ below…

Donna Lugassy Shares New Single, ‘Coldest’, Ahead Of Solo EP, ‘Love & Breakups’

Singer-songwriter DONNA LUGASSY reveals single ‘Coldest’ today (21st February), the second single off her upcoming EP, ‘Love & Breakups’, slated for release on 13th March via Lugassy Records.

‘Coldest’ carries the Netherlander’s smooth vocals to new heights as she narrates the second step in her relationships. With the overall EP focusing on phases of her love life flows through, ‘Coldest’ portrays the singer as head over heels in love. The tracks name is derived from the slang of calling someone dope or cool, embracing the idea that everyone thinks their significant other is the “coolest”.

Lugassy was featured in the track, ‘Take My Breath Away’ by VINAI and 22Bullets, and Kittball Records’ Robosonic & Ferreck Dawn’s ‘Were There’ single as well as contributing towards producer and DJ, Sidney Samson’s Deadly Zoo project under Spinnin’ Records. Lugassy has been picked up by several tastemaker Youtube channels including Spinnin’ Records, MrRevillz, La Belle Musique, Basshall Movement, FunX and Tribal Trap, which has contributed towards her impressive play count of just under four million across streaming platforms. Having produced, composed and mixed the EP herself, Lugassy continues to impress….

Get the taste of the EP below…

Song of the Day: This Is Not A Love Song – Bülow

17-year-old  Megan Bülow – simply known as BÜLOW – brings something effortlessly fresh to today’s hotspot with ‘This Is Not A Love Song.’

Her debut single is about the excitement of meeting someone for the first time – but  that feeling of excitement eventually imposes that question to commit. The essence of this song is to be honest with yourself – and not just going with the flow.

‘This Is Not A Love Song’ is the lead single from her forthcoming EP, ‘Damaged Vol.1’. Go ahead, check out it…and if you’re liking BÜLOW‘s avant garde pop number, she’ll be devoting her time to music…once she graduates next year – so look out for more of her projects on NEW LEASE MUSIC.

New Track: Time – Sevdaliza


After the success of her self-released enigmatic EP Children of Silk and the worldwide screening of her debut short film The FormulaSEVDALIZA  had an incredible year of touring the world independently without having to release her debut album. Now the songstress/producer is back with her latest piece of music, Time.

The avant-garde number has been crafted over the past year and a half, and was composed in five different countries by SEVDALIZA

Her melancholic, visceral voice floats over beds of mechanical instrumentation, creating dynamics of chaos and order. Hailing from the Netherlands, SEVDALIZA’s songs have a philosophical questioning character and her air of independent power is strongly present throughout her career.

Diverse comparisons have been drawn yet it remains a difficulty to specify her in a particular genre. Rhythmic tensions build slowly into chaotic climaxes. Every retribution of her lyrics become more intense and personal, yet she isn’t able to break from that obscure statue of a woman.

So get ready to hear innovation at its best; it’s time to check out Time.