Watch K Camp’s Video For Track, ‘If These Walls Could Talk’

K CAMP has shared the official music video for ‘If These Walls Could Talk.’ The new clip is directed by Andrew Percival and gives fans an inside look of an intimate night between two lovers.

‘If These Walls Can Talk’ is taken from the Atlanta native’s latest album ‘Vibe Forever’, released back in August 2022. The well-received body of work included appearances from Ne-Yo and Doe Boy across 12 songs. Check out the brand new video below…

Nia Chennai Has New Found Confidence After Break-up In Single, ‘Since We Ain’t Together.’

NIA CHENNAI‘s new single, ‘Since We Ain’t Together’ follows the well-received debut single ‘Players Part’ released in October 2022. Nia Chennai has set the tone for the start of her career by letting her followers know, that she is ready and capable of consistently dropping good music.

The rhythmic R&B/Neo-Soul number had been teased on TikTok, weeks before its release and a few of the videos created had gone viral. Nia amassed over 200k views with hundreds of comments, likes and reposts using the sound.

Produced by Ewan Vickery, Since We Ain’t Together’ documents Nia’s newfound confidence after a breakup. The smooth vibe sheds light on a message that most, if not all ex-lovers can relate to. The track delivers on every aspect with a catchy hook, soothing backing vocals, and a beat reminiscent of the sounds of Kali Uchis/Anderson Paak or Lilly Allen.

‘Since We Ain’t Together’, was released yesterday (24th January) across various music platforms. Check it out below…

Storry Drops Her Deluxe Album, ‘CH III: The Come Up’.

Ahead of the release of her deluxe album ‘CH III: The Come Up’, released yesterday (24th January), multifaceted Canadian powerhouse and visionary STORRY generated quite a buzz after linking up with Stormzy on the titular track of his album ‘This Is What I Mean’, lending her indelible vocal talents to the capstone of the British hip-hop scene.

The prowess that has defined STORRY’s irresistible artistry to date is given a pedestal on the track, with her operatic vocals perfectly complementing the grandiose that has catapulted Stormzy to the top of the charts in the past half decade. Her angelic vibrato pierces through an instrumental that sounds like a march up a mountain, complimenting the sense of urgency that Stormzy exudes as he refuses to descend from the summit.

The album’s release is accompanied by a premiere video spotlighting STORRY alongside a star-studded cast of collaborators such as P2J, Sampha and Jacob Collier, attaching her face to the posterboard of prodigies and mainstays who base themselves in and around London. The Toronto native will also be named on the LP’s list of creative contributors.

Speaking on her role on the project, STORRY details: “I had met and worked with P2J on several tracks before – previously writing and recording together – including singing operatic vocals on Burna Boy’s Grammy Award Winning ‘Alarm Clock’. When I first moved to London, P2J called me back in for some more of that operatic sauce. Though hot sauce isn’t the main part of the meal – it definitely adds that extra kick. So, I’m excited to play a part in this collaborative record. There are so many amazing artists on this new album. What I love about Stormzy – besides his obvious musical talent – is his kindness and care for inclusivity and equity. You can see that with his collaborators and team. I too am working to build an inclusive safe space in the industry that I never felt I had – especially for womxn, POC and queer folx. I’ve met a lot of my idols and they would often disappoint me as humans. I’m happy to say that Stormzy holds to his name and that is something I stand by.”

With this feature, STORRY is receiving a huge kickstart in light of the arrival of her forthcoming deluxe album , a brutally honest and unapologetic effort that equates the misogynistic devaluement of the sex industry to that of the music world. The tracklist amounts to an adamant call for the respect of women in all facets, emphasising the strength of their resolve against oppression through presenting stories withheld by herself and other women in order to display the people that they are rather than the flesh that surrounds their bones. The concept album was written, produced and funded in its entirety per her own accord and earned a 2021 JUNO Award nomination alongside Alanis Morrissette and Celine Dion.

STORRY elaborates on the album: “CH III: The Come Up is a record about a woman trying to leave the sex-industry – which she was coerced into – and get into the music industry, only to realise that both are equally misogynistic and problematic. She grapples with her relationship with her mother, family, romantic relationships, money and her career. That woman is me.”

Whether working out of Toronto or London, STORRY lets the candidness of her craft speak for itself. Refusing to confine herself to a box, she hops in and out of niches from hip hop and reggae to opera and musical theatre, all coming together to hold female empowerment to a bright light with a gritty and enigmatic presence that cannot be shunned.

STORRY’s deluxe version of ‘CH III: The Come Up’ was released yesterday (24th January). Have a listen to this stunning collection below…

Must Listens: Bow Down, I Don’t Wanna Get High, Suburban Bitches, A Lost Find, Wanna Get High (Junia-T Remix)

Michael Dean Shares Smooth Emotive Single, ‘Rollercoaster’ + Video.

Los Angeles based alt-pop artist MICHAEL DEAN‘s new single, Roller Coaster, is drenched in melancholic, romantic bliss and takes a look at the ups and downs of a past relationship. Tinted with bittersweet memories and moments of tenderness, Michael confides, “The message of ‘Roller Coaster’ is to be in the moment. There’s a lot of twists and turns, gaining and losing momentum that comes with life, but there is always light at the end of each storm.”

“Roller Coaster” features silky, effervescent electronics, textured vocals, and an emotion grabbing performance as Michael Dean recalls his intimate memories. Directed by Derrick Webb and Christopher Jackson, the music video contrasts moments of Michael Dean in love and walking hand-in-hand down the Santa Monica Pier with moments of the artist alone on the beach as he contemplates his relationship.

Born and bred in Albuquerque New Mexico, Michael Dean is currently building up anticipation for the release of his debut pop album, ‘Top Gun’, coming out soon….but for now, check out the video for rollercoaster below…

Chin Injeti Reflects On Past Heartache With Single, ‘All For Nothing’.

CHIN INJETI ponders on the past with melancholy through his new single, ‘All For Nothing,’ and wonders if the heartbreak was ever worth it.

The reflective single is accompanied by a vintage synth and drum machine to evoke an 80s sound, while also trying to make sure that it sounded futuristic and timeless.

“As an artist, I wanted to take more chances and make music for myself without worrying about the judgment of others,” says Chin Injeti of his latest release.

With over 500,000+ streams across platforms like Spotify and YouTube, Chin Injeti’s presence on the scene pre-dates such platforms; he fronted the iconic ‘90s JUNO and Much Music Video Award-winning band Bass is Base. Now a x3 Grammy and x2 JUNO award winning producer, Chin Injeti has worked with the likes of Dr Dre, Eminem, Drake, Pink, Aloe Blacc, The Clipse, Lecrae and K’Naan.

‘All For Nothing’ was released last Friday (20th January) on various streaming platforms. Have a listen below…