Album Review: When Divorce Is Mentioned – Mike Body

MIKE BODY captures those dreaded feelings when a marriage reaches breaking point with latest album, ‘When Divorce Is Mentioned’, released late last month.

The Christian rapper enlisted a lineup of upcoming artists to give different perspectives and stages of a marriage heading fast to the D-word, over the arrangements of trance like tones and rampant bass. One of the views included Body giving a heartfelt insight into how children suffer due to lack of stability at home caused by the experience of divorce.

Overall, ‘When Divorce Is Mentioned’ is a full-bodied collection that’s sure to offer some comfort to those who experienced a messy break-up. The theme of the album shows that the hip-hop genre a sincere side.

Check out the album, with song recommendations below:

Must Listens: Battle For First, Kids Gotta Suffer, Back to Work

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New Track: Money Can’t Buy You Love (Remix) – The Hamiltones (ft.Phonte & Ricco Barrino)

With exactly one week until the release of their debut EP, ‘Watch The Ton3s’, Grammy-nominated viral sensations THE HAMILTONES teases us with the remix of their Ricco Barrino-produced ‘Money Can’t Buy You Love‘ single, now today (31st May) on all digital streaming platforms.

Written by group manager Brandon Davis, and produced by Streetz Mentor and Gotti Rock Solid, the ‘Money Can’t Buy You Love’ remix features a guest verse from Phonte (of Little Brother) and guitar work by Lelo of THE HAMILTONES.

This is one smooth R&B joint! Check it out before you head out

Song of the Day: It Is What It Is – Ane

Synth-pop/soul artist ANE  graces her presence on the blog for the second time with latest single ‘It Is What It Is’, coming from her brand new  EP, ‘Lonely Lovers Fantasy’.

The project’s lead single, is an autobiographical tale about maneuvering through the fast-paced, non-committal, modern era of dating. Absolutely stunning; check it out below;

Song of the Day: Coming and Going – Amaal

AMAAL‘s  latest single, ‘Coming and Going’ is a silky, lustrous number, reflecting the experience of being in love can sometimes have equal parts of highs and lows and the recognition that the bad often doesn’t negate the good.

‘Coming and Going’ is the second single off the rising Somali-Canadian R&B artist’s upcoming debut EP, set to be released this summer and is the follow-up to the groundbreaking ‘Not What I Thought, which earned her the Apple Canada’s best new artist of the week title in February.’ The visuals for ‘Not What I Thought,’ directed by creative Sean Brown (best known for his work with Daniel Caesar), is quickly approaching one million views.

Watch the video for ‘Coming and Going below:

New Track: Words – Molly Hammar

Swedish chart-topping RnB sensation MOLLY HAMMAR reveals ‘Words’, the second single from her forthcoming EP.

The addictive, dancefloor-friendly ‘Words’ was written with Molly’s childhood friend Benjamin Ingrosso and produced by Hampus Lindvall (Icona Pop/Zara Larsson). The infectious upbeat pop song simply encourages us to talk openly to each other.

A spirit of adventure, independence and self-discovery shines through Molly’s new music as her captivating vocal directly expresses her opinions and emotions. Previous single ‘No Place Like Me’ featuring grime legend Big Narstie continues to climb the UK Spotify viral chart, garnered widespread media support across the UK from the likes of BBC 1Xtra, Radio 2, Channel 4, The Line of Best Fit and Complex to name but a few.

MOLLY HAMMAR is set to continue winning over UK audiences throughout 2019 with her stunning voice and big personality. Spending her time traveling between London, Stockholm and LA, writing new songs both for herself and other artists. She’s co-written and guested on songs with Sick Individuals and SONDR among others.

The next few months will see the release of another single and a second EP that finds Molly baring her soul on the dynamic within relationships, her own identity and lost nights out in London.

Check out the video for ‘Words’ below: