New Music Video: Touch A Nerve – Lukey Storey

Following the release of singe, ‘Made For Love’, featuring East-London singer Stac, LUKEY STOREY drops the music video for his latest single, ‘Touched A Nerve’.

With a video featuring Made In Chelsea star, Jess Woodley, ‘Touched A Nerve’ takes us inside the mind of the South London rapper while he navigates his way through the pain of romantic grief and using drugs as a form of escapism.

‘Touched A Nerve’ is taken from his new EP ‘Heartwork’. Check out the video for his latest effort below.

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Song of the Day: Human Being – Wei Wei

Asian American Pop Singer/Songwriter, WEIWEI‘s latest single, ‘Human Being’, documents taking someone for granted then later realizing it.

WEIWEI further explains: “Human Being is about having someone in your life that tried their best for you but not seeing it at the time. You wanted them to be perfect but they are only human. You also have to also forgive yourself for behaving that way because you are only human too. We all aim for perfection but make mistakes and have regrets. That is part of the human experience.”

Born in China, now based in New York City, WEIWEI’s music is autobiographical, accompanied by a combo of electro/synth pop. As an artist, she envisions herself as being the first Asian-American name in pop music that isn’t under the ‘K-Pop’ banner. Not only is WEIWEI a musician but also a fashion influencer whose aesthetic, both musically and visually, really communicates her personality. Her music is not only representative of her story but also of freedom from cultural boundaries.

Check out the brand new video for WEIWEI‘s ‘Human Being’:

 

 

Song of the Day: Last Call – Ryélle

Following the success of her 2018 debut single ‘Swim’ (produced by Dreamville’s Kaleb ‘K Quick’ Rollins), RYÉLLE drops her second single ‘Last Call’ onto the blogs today’s hotspot.

The R&B singer-songwriter shares the song’s official Judlin Civil-directed music video. Heavily inspired by Drake’s ‘Marvin’s Room,’ ‘Last Call’ is a cautionary tale of a drunken lover trying to reach their significant other to no avail….

Check it out below…

Song of the Day: Spencer Street – Ren

REN brings something soothing for the weekend with latest single ‘Spencer Street’, the follow up to the well received ‘Blue Hounds’.

Unlike ‘Blue Hounds’, a protest song in the classic mould, ‘Spencer Street’ is, as Ren explains “a nostalgic song reflecting on a relationship and life I had in Newcastle a few years ago. I wrote it whilst I was on the road a year or so after the break up. But ‘Spencer Street’ with her still felt like home to me.”

REN – real name Conor Owen – first came onto the music circuit with debut EP, ‘A Calling From The Shore’ which, to date, has received over 700K streams on Spotify. He recently supported Sam Fender, Westerman and Elvis Perkins as well as appearing as an extra in Bohemian Rhapsody.

Have a listen to ‘Spencer Street’ below:

New Track: Keeper – Olivia Nelson

OLIVIA NELSON is back with her third single ‘Keeper’, taken from her EP, ‘Back To You’, set for release on 30th August.

Continuing a flawless run of narrative singles, ‘Keeper’ sees Olivia musing on her ex’s new relationship. “It’s a message to his new girlfriend. A warning of what’s potentially to come,” she explains. Underpinned by a heavy funk rhythm section, ‘Keeper’ is a perfect encapsulation of Olivia’s uptempo R&B.

The UK’s promising talent is set to perform on the BBC Introducing Stage at Reading & Leeds Festival this year, followed by her own headline show at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen in London, UK on October 15th.

Have a listen to ‘Keeper’ below: