Jessica Wilde Returns With Single, ‘Daylight’

‘Daylight’ is the fourth single from JESSICA WILDE‘s concept album, with each song serving as a diary entry, going on a journey from addiction, toxic relationships to self-love and living sober. Her latest effort has a classic soul sound, with rich textured backing vocals reminiscent of a 60’s golden era but with an unexpected twist as Wilde introduces her fresh statement London rap flow, telling the tale of a relationship fueled on reckless, wild, party nights turning into a self-sabotaging Groundhog Day.

‘Daylight’ will be followed by two remixes set to land 10th September from Murder he Wrote, who last year amassed over half a million streams and has consistent support from Jeremiah Asiamah (BBC Radio 1), Tom Ravenscroft (BBC 6Music) and Anna Lunoe (Apple Music) and duo Ren Phillips and Ying Yang who have regular releases on Sola, Cr2 and Support from Jamie Jones, Joel Corry and SKT.

Wilde’s exciting project and authentic artistry has already picked up some serious heat across BBC Radio including ‘Record of the week’ on BBCR1xtra, BBC Radio London (Robert Elms show/Claira Hermet/Lionheart and Salma El-Wardany/Emelia Poamz) 6 Music, KISS FM (Rudekid), Hoxton Radio (Kerry Boyne), Reprezent Radio (Amika Eazer/Laughta), Radio 5 (Amsterdam) and many more.

Here’s your chance to check out ‘Daylight’, where Wilde has once again collaborated with producers Eljay and Grammy award winner Kiris Houston (The Disciples, Little Mix).

Listen To 705’s Lemon Pepper Freestyle (Drake Cover)

After the successful release of his cover to CJ’s ‘Whoopty’ and Fredo Bang X Kevin Gates – No Security ‘Babarian’ 705 continues the wave of covers and freestyle by jumping on the ongoing ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’ wave, where he talks straight from the heart about family and personal beliefs.

The London rapper says of this latest release: “Before jumping on the beat, I felt with the likes of Meek Mill and Drake dropping dope contents on this beat, I cannot afford to be mediocre. I thought why not just vibes and be your self.”

Why not check out 705’s version of ‘Lemon Pepper Freestyle’….

Sia Shells Releases Brand New Single, ‘3%’

Regularly touching on everyday magic found through relationships, self love, reflection and dreams, delivered with her emotive, contralto vocals, Toronto-based singer songwriter, SIA SHELLS shares her latest single, ‘3%,’ released yesterday – 19th May.

As the past year has resulted in no other means of really communicating with our friends and loved ones than from a distance, the moody, self reflective and intimate track highlights the all too common feeling of phone separation anxiety.

‘3%,’ follows her empowering, you-got-this anthem, ‘Magic Girl,’ released earlier this year. Check out Sia’s latest release below…

Cilla Raie is ‘Open For Love’ In New Single Featuring Tiffany Evans

North London’s songstress CILLA RAIE returns with a sultry romantic single ‘Open For Love’. Featuring US starlet Tiffany Evans (best known for her singles Promise Ring ft Ciara and Texting My Ex ft T-Pain), the single is an awakening, being ready to embark on a new romantic journey after healing from previous toxic relationships.

Recording music at just 14-years-old, with producer DaV-inche (Stormzy, Skepta, Wiley) and Jackie Davison MBE (Wayne Hector) during the early stages of her musical journey, Cilla released her first self-titled debut EP in 2014, produced by Sillky (Mabel, Teedra Moses, Craig David) and The Arcade (Doja Cat, Khalid, Migos). She successfully embarked on a national tour with legislation group UK Music and has been previously supported by MOBO Awards, BBC1xtra and Reprezent.

Have a listen to Cilla’s latest smooth joint, produced by rising UK R&B producer Peddy Pro.

Somewon Shares Bitter-Sweet Debut Single, ‘Happy Together.’

Born and raised in Copenhagen, SOMEWON‘s latest single ‘Happy Together’, evolves around the struggle of letting someone go.

The turbulent alternation between the melodically light tones and the glitchy melancholic bass in his latest single could also sum up his upbringing when exploring music. From a childhood in classical choirs to spending his teenage years in the hip-hop community, Somewon – whose real name is Aleksander Demsitz – struggled to find his own identity musically.

After being a backing vocalist for the Danish hip-hop artist Mund De Carlo for several years and releasing a visual hip-hop-soul EP, Somewon has truly found himself in pop music.

Have a listen to ‘Happy Together below…