Song of the Day: Love’s On The Way – RĀI

R&B Singer/Songwriter RĀI steals today’s hotspot with his smooth second single from his debut album ‘Love’s on the Way.’

When asked about the Tone Jonez – produced offering, the Harlem NYC resident/South Carolina native said: “That song is just a really good feel good record with a positive message. It’s a song that take elements from different times during the evolution of R&B music and produces what I hope is a timeless, uplifting R&B song. That was my goal with recording this song and the album altogether .”

The A1 Vision-directed visual doesn’t so much reflect the lyrics but stays true to the song – something simple, classic and cool that made you instantly like the song.

This smooth powerhouse is hell-bent on bringing back REAL R&B…so for those who missed the genre, go ahead and check out ‘Love’s on the Way’…and if you’re digging his track, look out for his album, on pre-order on all digital outlets and will be released June 8th.

When you have time, check out the video.

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New Music Video: Not Everything – Amun

Last month AMUN released ‘So Cold’, presenting flawless vocals, chic imagery and a hazy aura, which sparked the support of music tastemakers such as Twin B and DJ Ace, plus rapturous comments via the video debut on Link Up TV. Returning with the second track taken from her newly released EP, ‘Separate’, the 22-year-old British-Somali singer/songwriter immediately adds DJ Target to her ever-growing list of supporters as the premiere for latest single, ‘Not Everything’ makes for a boldly beautiful addition to her freshly unearthed music catalogue.

Born and raised in London AMUN has partnered with Perpetuity Music for the release of the EP, who have been responsible for numerous music acts now well established in the UK Urban scene. Each track on the EP portrays the lessons, experiences & childhood tales that many can relate to: ” ‘Not Everything’ is about being yourself, even if people don’t take you as you are, don’t change, just be yourself’ says AMUN describing her work.

Delve into the world of AMUN and discover ‘Not Everything’, from the stunning 5-track offering ‘Separated’.

Song of the Day: Elizabeth – Jerhiame

JERHIAME‘s latest single ‘Elizabeth’ earned a well deserved place on today’s hotspot for its atmospheric fusion of electro and R&B with the young newcomer delivering a pretty woeful tale of ‘the one’ who broke his heart…and hoping that karma will catch up with her.

Coming from a musical inclined family, listening to the likes of B.B. King, Michael Jackson and Prince from a very young age, the singer/songwriter from Louisiana released his debut single, ‘Sad Song’ in 2016, which quickly cranked up his fanbase and thousands of streams on Spotify. Released back in February, ‘Elizabeth’ carries on the hype, receiving great reception from several college campuses and earning spots of Spotify playlists.

JERHIAME is currently working on his EP…be sure to look out for that…but for now, witness a star-on-a-rise and check out ‘Elizabeth’.

Song of the Day: Girl (Remix) – The Internet (ft. KAYTRANADA & Rayne Storm)

Rayne Storm remasters and re-releases the songs, remixes and freestyles that made him a buzzing indie prospect in the mid 2000’s and beyond. For each day in April, a new mastered upload will be featured on Rayne’s official Youtube and Audiomack channels in addition to new releases like the remix of The Internet’s hit “Girl” featuring Kaytranada.

With several projects on the table this year and the rise of his Monopolyhouse label and brand, this reintroduction is a great way for Rayne to reignite his current fanbase while expanding on his new sound for the next generation.

Check out the first installment of eight days of “The Re-Instruction of Rayne Storm” below:

EP Review: Heads In The Clouds – NOËP

NOËP‘s latest body of work, ‘Heads In Clouds’ opens up and introduces a rich and crispy light arrangements, showcasing electro folk and an alternative spin to pop music…but where the journey ends with this five-track set becomes totally unexpected…

After servings of more electro-tinged pop and an injection of hypnotic yet a heavy dose of club filling bassline, ‘Heads In the Clouds’ concludes on an urban tip, containing a mashup between a futuristic take on smooth/melodic hip-hop and R&B with a dash of tropical house.

He may be hailed a prodigy in the North European electro pop scene since his 2015 debut single, ‘Move’, but this EP sees the Estonian singer/songwriter/producer pushing the boundaries just a little further, encompassing new sounds with absolute perfection.

Check out ‘Heads In the Clouds’ below: