New Music Video: RIO – J. Kas

Javan Wright – aka J. KAS – is rolling out visuals at lightning speed.

Beginning of this month, this Northern emcee dropped his shoulder-jerking production for track, ‘Fever’, which claimed NEW LEASE MUSIC’s Music Video of the Week title (featured on Instagram).

Hoping to reclaim the title, J. KAS unveiled another lit production for fiery track, ‘RIO’, taken from his EP, ‘One Six’. Spice up your Monday and hit that play button!

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New Music Video: Fever – J.Kas

Javan Wright – aka J.KAS – brings some SERIOUS flavour and drops his latest heaving visual for track ‘Fever.’ The electro dance banger is taken from his EP ‘Snapchat’ – read the review here.

Back up – before you go, hit the play button on ‘Fever’ and join in the party!

New Music Video: Snapchat (Ain’t No Killing My Vibe) – J. Kas x Ruell

NEW LEASE MUSIC staple J.KAS is back with the music video for track ‘Snapchat (Ain’t No Killing My Vibe)’ , taken from his EP ‘Snapchat’ – read the review here.

With long-term collaborator, singer Ruell, J.KAS provides us with four minutes of after hours smoothness.

Check out the video for ‘Snapchat (Ain’t No Killing My Vibe)’.

New Track: Aurora – Otis Mensah

Following his last appearance in July with single ‘Free The Slaves’ , OTIS MENSAH is here with a follow-up single entitled ‘Aurora’ – which paints the story of frustration with a system in modern-day society.

Unlike his previous release, which sports feather light boombap-esque soundscapes, ‘Aurora’ goes down the atmospheric hip-hop/rap route, where the Sheffield conscious emcee, delivered in a rapid light flow, shed light on his personal journey of self-doubt.

This guy has a lot to say…check out ‘Aurora.’

Song of the Day: Free The Slaves – Otis Mensah ( ft. Tonia Victoria)

During his debut show at Glastonbury, BBC Introducing stage last month, OTIS MENSAH dropped his track, ‘Free The Slaves’.

Sporting a sporadically dope elements of sugary-light hip-hop/R&B, the three-minute slammer talks about rebellion, and breaking out of a mundane, oppressed life.

If you haven’t heard of this conscious artist from Sheffield, covering everyday issues are the core subject of his expanding discography, often coupled with a rich soulful hip-hop/boom-bap -esque groove – a sound similar to heavyweights, Mos Def, Common and The Roots.

OTIS MENISH has previously released ‘Creep & Crawl’ which received appreciation from online hip-hop tastemakers…and the crowd at his Glastonbury show.

His upriser is worth a visit; start with ‘Free The Slaves’.