Song of the Day: Conversation – Shenna

With technology and social media degrading our ability to develop real life, interpersonal connections with each other, rising R&B/pop sensation SHENNA provides some commentary on the matter with her brand new single ‘Conversation.’

SHENNA‘s latest track comes on the heels of her performance at L.A’s The Mint, her Reebok ad campaign, and the V Magazine debut of the vibrant music video for her high-energy, Bruno Mars-inspired single ‘Magenta.’

Listen to ‘Conversation’ below:

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New Track: Go Figure – Bones & Bridges

Electro-pop trio BONES & BRIDGES follow up on their debut single ‘Reveries’ with bass driven/melodic effort entitled ‘Go Figure’.

Based on personal experiences, ‘Go Figure’ documents the feeling of loving and supporting someone with every inch of your heart – only to discover that the love is not return.

Comprising of Anthony Arthur, Atom Martin and TEE, BONES & BRIDGES formed in 2016 at a writing retreat in Nashville. Together they combine their individual styles and musical tastes to create a timeless sound.

It’s time to go check out ‘Go Figure’…

Song of the Day: He Ain’t Me (Remix) – Ricardo Williams (ft. Lioness)

RICARDO WILLIAMS returns with a big BANG with his second (remix) single ‘He Ain’t Me’, premiered on radio via DJ Ace on BBC 1Xtra.

Produced by Sillkey(Wiley, Jacob Banks, Vanessa White) the remix takes you through a journey of clever wordplay from the opening verse by Lioness through to the catchy and fun summer vibe of the track. This remix proves Ricardo’s versatility and truly displays him as arguably one of the brightest current R&B artists from the UK.

Talking about why he decided to do a remix, Ricardo says “I wanted to show a different side of me but also give people something they can dance to. Not to mention I’ve been a huge fan of Lioness for years and when I heard her DBT remix I knew instantly I had to get her on this track!”

The remix follows ‘He Ain’t Me’ and  Ricardo’s last single ‘Come Over’ which was featured as DJ Ace’s Track of The Week on BBC 1Xtra. He partnered with fellow R&B peers J Warner, Jordan King and Mark Asari for the remix which premiered on BBC 1Xtra. Support was also received from Manny Norte on Capital Xtra, The Beat London, Pulse88 Radio, Reprezent, Westside FM, Ronnie Herel and MiSoul radio.

2018 has already been a big year with the release of new music and various live performances, including supporting Faith Evans on her UK tour (London, Birmingham and Manchester)

Check out this powerhouse-on-the-rise; listen to the remixed version of ‘He Ain’t Me’.

Song of the Day: You’re Crazy – Jodie Abacus

Described by many as Thundercat meets Stevie Wonder, Future-soul artist  JODIE ABACUS  released an ode to all crazy ex-partners, coming in the shape of single ‘You’re Crazy’, taken from his forthcoming debut LP.

The South-London singer has been causing a stir since the early days of ‘I’ll Be That Friend’ & ‘Good Feeling’, with Abacus winning hearts at BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra – not to mention key tastemaker support from the likes of i-D, Pigeons & Planes and Noisey.

His forthcoming LP was inspired by “the worst, mental, fuck-with-my-head year” which saw the singer break-up with a girlfriend of five years and suffer a near-death experience with pneumonia – Jodie now lives with the attitude that he “must be able to take shit and grow flowers”.

Over the coming months, JODIE ABACUS will deliver additional tracks from the album – with a full LP release date to be announced soon….

Song of the Day: Get You Alone – Conrad The Third

‘Get You Alone’ is the first single from CONRAD THE THIRD‘s forthcoming, debut project, ‘Calm Waters’.

Based on a real life experience, ‘Get You Alone’ –  the first R&B song written by the Canadian singer/songwriter – is about wanting somebody to meet you halfway in a relationship, in order to grow – regardless of whether that meant growing together or apart.

Recorded in one take, ‘Get You Alone’ sets the tone for his upcoming project, which delves deeper into the trials and tribulations of the newcomer’s life and relationships.

Have a listen below: