OUT TODAY: Listen To Sacha T’s Single, ‘Dream It Away’

Born and bred in London, soulful songbird SACHA T felt she wasn’t at a place where she wanted to be as a musician. In response to this, she wrote latest single, ‘Dream It Away’ on a flight of stairs in her house. Exuding mesmeric old soulful soundscapes, glazed over by Sacha T’s, honeycomb vocals, ‘Dream It Away’ serves as a reminder that she is fortunate to be living her dream.

Sacha T says of her latest offering: “The song is a promise to myself and a reminder to others that I won’t spend the day pining and hoping for an un-promised tomorrow. Instead, I’ll “make the moments that count” and plan to dream my days away.”

Known as the British sunflower, as she spread a little ray of sunshine wherever she goes, Sacha T has a great deal to be thankful for. A recipient of the Ed Renshaw Award, with influences ranging from John Mayer to Coldplay to Lianne La Havas to Selena Gomez and PJ Morton, Sacha T has performed at the Royal Festival Hall, Sofar Sounds, BBC Radio 4’s ‘Loose Ends’ Show, as well as opening up for Glenn Tilbrook of Squeeze. The young songstress started 2023 on a high as her first headline show at the start of the year sold out in just three days. In addition to her compelling back-to-back live performances, Sacha T lends her soulful vocals to Fleur East’s track, ‘You’re Christmas To Me.’
With her previous singles generating over 25k plays so far on Spotify alone, coming from the UK and Japan, Sacha T’s single ‘Dream It Away’ will sure be a great addition to her impressive collection, encouraging us to jump into our dreams and make the most of every moment.

‘Dream It Away’ is available today (10th May) across various music platforms.

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Song of the Day: Used To – Martin Novales

Hailing from Wisconsin, R&B singer MARTIN NOVALES has captivated listeners all over the world with his passionate vocals and candid lyrics. Growing up in a musically inclined family, Martin was introduced to music by his mother, who taught piano out of their home. Sadly, Martin’s mother passed away when he was just a child, but her love for music had a profound impact on him, inspiring him to pursue his own passion for music.

Martin’s cover of Alicia Keys’ ‘If I Ain’t Got You’ accumulated over two million Spotify streams and went viral on Instagram, with over 200,000 reels using his rendition. He’s set to release his debut album this year, which promises to showcase his heartfelt sound that often explores themes of love, loss and self-discovery, as heard on his latest released single, ‘Used To’.

‘Used To’ highlights Martin’s silky-smooth vocals, which glide over the laid-back, midtempo R&B groove effortlessly. Packed with sticky melodies and a memorable hook that will be ingrained in everyone’s head after one listen, the track is a throwback to the early 2000s and will surely see Martin continue his impressive run and break new ground.

Speaking further on the new single, Martin says, “‘Used To’ was inspired by and written immediately after unfollowing an ex on social media. After the process of the breakup, that felt like the final nail in the coffin of our relationship being over and that a chapter was ending and a new one was beginning. This song is about those emotions of acceptance, melancholy and reflection.”

Have a listen to ‘Used To’ below..

Song of the Day: Too Bad – Tar Ráe

Following on from the release of ‘Insane’, London’s up-and-coming songstress TAR RÁE has unveiled her latest slice of heaven. Wrapped in soft melodies and an acoustic backdrop, ‘Too Bad’ is an apologetic single that continues to boast Tar Ráe’s promising artistry.

Housing a warm production, ‘Too Bad’ is an emotional test of love. Reputable for her silky vocals and enchanting lyricism, Tar Ráe wears her heart on her sleeve and takes accountability for her actions in this hypnotic single, Speaking on the release Tar Ráe commented, “Too Bad is about admitting that you took someone important to you for granted and dealing with the regret you feel as a result”

Born in Romford, Essex and raised in Peckham, South-East London, Tar Ráe grew up in a musical household listening to Gospel, R&B, and Afrobeats. It was inevitable that one day she would follow down a similar path and explore a career in music of her own. Taking inspiration from artists including Beyonce, Chris Brown, Brandy, Whitney Houston, and Rihanna, the London native wrote her first song at just fourteen years old before deciding to pursue singing seriously two years later following a conversation with her father. Attending studio sessions in 2019, Tar Ráe began recording her own music before sharing her debut single ‘See You’ in 2021. Catching the eyes of many reputable songwriters and producers, the newcomer is ready to take it up a notch in 2023 with a catalogue of new music. Check out ‘Too Bad’ below…

Check Out Charli Fletcher’s New Music For Track, ‘Every Ting Nice’.

London’s very own artist/model, CHARLI FLETCHER drops brand new video for track ‘Every Ting Nice’, an uplifting anthem for those dreaming about better days, where one can enjoy the finer things in life, and salutes those already living in this way.

Apart from touching on living the high life, this song explores some of Charli’s culture and roots. No matter how far she elevates in life, she always stays true to her humble beginnings, and pays homage to those who helped her along the way.

‘Every Ting Nice’ is the second track from Charli’s first official EP ‘Dreaming Reality’ which explores love, sensuality, body empowerment, cryptocurrency, and her life as a model. The body of work conveys her versatility in music, and shows that Charli is consistent in her lyrical content, topics of interest and delivery.

Check out the video below, premiered on YouTube yesterday (1st May).

Song of the Day: Moments – Caitlin Min Fa

Inspired by a composite of pop / ballad styles, CAITLIN MIN FA‘s latest single, ‘Moments’ is a celebration of her five year anniversary with her partner Ryan, reflecting on and appreciating all the incredible moments and memories they shared in this crazy world. Funnily enough, two days after the song came out … they got engaged!!

Produced by Melbourne’s ARIA award winner Rob Amoruso, the track has the energy of Jojo, and elements of H.E.R. With the infusion of both Pop and urban R&B, ‘Moments’ is not only romantic, but intertwining visual story telling within the lyrics, and also providing three and a half minutes of pure escapism.

Officially ready to be added to your playlist, it’s a song that belongs on radio with it’s bold energy that contrasts a playful and vulnerable attitude simultaneously. Have a listen below…