Alt-pop Provocateur Tyra Jutai Unveils Video For Single, ‘Frida’

Toronto singer, songwriter, producer and all-round creative TYRA JUTAI is making some of the most compelling alternative pop music right now as is evident on her brand new conceptual EP, ‘You Weren’t A Muse’, which is inspired by Golden Age Hollywood actress, singer and sex symbol Mae West and her classic 1933 movie, I’m No Angel. Taken from the six-track EP, Jutai presents the cinematic music video for early favourite ‘Frida’.

Written and produced by Tyra Jutai and award-winning Montreal producer John Nathaniel (Gwen Stefani, OneRepublic, Kygo), with the accompanying visuals conceptualised by Jutai and burgeoning creative director Piper Ellis, ‘Frida’ is an exquisite slow-burning gloomy pop offering driven by ominous marching drums and string arrangements, which sees Jutai unfolding a gripping tale of betrayal, jealousy and ultimate revenge between lovers and best friends that is underpinned by her captivating songwriting and resounding vocals.

Check it out below…

Mighloe Shares Lo-Fi Single, ‘Don’t Call Me’ Ahead Of EP

The first release from her forthcoming EP, ‘Desperate Times’, Emerging Canadian singer-songwriter MIGHOLE releases ‘Don’t Call Me’, where she expresses the universal sentiment of reaching your breaking point that often leaves one jaded and weary of love.

Speaking of the single, Mighole says: “Writing ‘Don’t Call Me’ came from a place of being fed up. There are so many people that come in and out of our lives, and sometimes these people hinder our stability and sense of self. This song was my way of saying “enough!” I will no longer let these people take parts of myself. It’s me realizing that my energy is sacred and will not be disturbed. It’s the final “Fuck You” but say it politely. “Don’t Call Me.”

Watch the video for ‘Don’t Call Me’, produced by Dean Vision and LateNightDrive.

Song of the Day: Do Your Part: Kadi

Hailing from South East London, KADI‘s compelling piano-led ballad, ‘Do Your Part’ is a direct letter to her father acknowledging where a lot of her wounds were coming from and forgiveness being an internal battle. The song was written threw years ago while the young songstress was studying at ACM London (Clapham).

Citing  Avril Lavigne, Vanessa Carlton, Demi Lovato, Fantasia, Whitney Houston, Beyonce, The Fray and Paramore as source of inspiration, Kadi discovered she had the gift for writing when she was 12 and started penning songs at the age of 16.

With the support of music organisations such as TheRecordShop, 02ThinkBig, Ultimate Artists and School Grounds Sounds in her development professionally and personally, Kadi’s plan is to release her first project this year.

So get to know Kadi and listen to her touching story below…

Ffion Rebecca Shares Emotive Single ‘Promises’ Today!

Featuring smooth, honey-soaked vocals from Leicester based soul songstress FFION REBECCA, ‘Promises’ tells a story of betrayal and heartbreak in a stripped-back bluesy soul setting, led by sultry guitar plucks.

Ffion Rebecca has received widespread support from across the Midlands region and beyond for her high energy live shows and intimately relatable, well – crafted songs. Having received numerous plays from BBC 1Xtra’s DJ Target, Ffion is set to garner national attention from well-respected DJ’s around the country with her brand single.

‘Promises’ is out today on various download and streaming sites. Have a listen below…

Follow Ffion on:

FB: https://www.facebook.com/FfionRebecca 
IG:  https://www.instagram.com/ffion_rebecca/

Song of the Day: Why Me? – Solo Jane (ft. Harts Hozé)

Infusing R&B with trap, Bristol singer-songwriter SOLO JANE‘s compelling single,’Why Me?’, deals with real life issues, and with a hard hitting rap feature from Harts Hozé, they both deliver the lines as if they’re dictating what’s happening as it occurs.

Jane says of the single: “The inspiration for Why Me came after a long week of constant let downs by close friends followed by the all too familiar excuses that come with them. Combined with that feeling of dread you feel when every move you make seems to be the wrong one. I guess I had finally reached my peak of frustration and anger”.

“Why Me is dedicated to anyone who ever feels that moment of ultimate annoyance that they just want to scream and go crazy! Whilst also understanding that although people may act in a way to cause hurt, and not every move you make will be the correct step forward, that in the end you will win and people’s actions won’t go unnoticed”, she continued.

‘Why Me?’ follows her feature with Drum and Bass producer Hillsdom, which hit 200k streams. Check out the epic track below…