New Music Video: Remember Me – Raylo

RAYLO returns to the blog for the second time with video for track, ‘Remember Me’. The deep, yet dreamy production expresses the struggles of achieving goals, and the mental strength it takes to muddle through. Since its release their this month, the video has already clocked up over 15,000 views via platform GRM Daily.

The London hip-hop collective was previously featured on the blog with video to track, ‘So Gone’, which claimed the #2 spot on NEW LEASE MUSIC’s Top Ten Music Video of 2018 list.

Check out the video to ‘Remember Me’ below:

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New Music Video: Brown Liquor – Ron Beatty (ft. Wade Soul)

On a mission to break the mold in the rap game, RON BEATTY drops some turnt-up visuals for new single, ‘Brown Liquor’. Sporting a laid-back b-line, coupled with the smooth soulful instrument of Wade Soul, ‘Brown Liquor’ is an ode to progression, despite the occasional misstep.

Tipped to be an instant favorite, ‘Brown Liquor’ is taken from the North Carolina rapper’s brand new album, ‘Nights Like This’ – released yesterday – which continues to ooze too-cool-for-school, chilled out vibes with some real honest lyrics.

Sounds good? Better get the first taste of the album and hit play on that sweet ‘Brown Liquor’

Song of the Day: Isolated Pawn – Juga

Combining the world of chess and music may seem like an impossible task, but Chilean conceptual artist JUGA proved that the two worlds can coexist with finesse through her debut single, ‘Isolated Pawn.’

Featuring a combination of stunning orchestration, Spaghetti Western guitar twang, and JUGA’s spine-chillingly yearning vocals with lyrics displaying unflappable survival techniques through difficult situations, ‘Isolated Pawn’ could be easily hailed as a James Bond theme song.

Also a celebrated ambassador of chess in her home country and a women’s chess activist worldwide, JUGA has already captured the hearts of Chess enthusiasts worldwide with live performances of the track at the 2018 Chess Olympiad in Georgia and the Global Chess Festival in Budapest, with her target now being to captivate the wider world to the science, psychology and art of Chess.

It’s time to immerse yourself into JUGA‘s world and watch the lyric video for the emotive ballad below:

New Music Video: So Gone – Raylo

Londoners RAYLO drops black and white video for single ‘So Gone’, along with their release their debut EP of the same name.

Inspired by the darker side of the music industry, the four-piece hip-hop collective self-produced their new five track EP, out now, showcasing a sound which mixes moody bass-lines, melodic R&B vocals and UK-rap.

RAYLO rose to fame in 2016 with debut single ‘Winner’ which was featured on Pot Noodle’s ‘Ring Boy’ viral advert.

Check out the video below:

New Music Video: Letter Back – K Koke

Alongside the release of his 6 track EP ‘FFF PRISON’, which went straight in to the iTunes Hip-Hop chart at number one, K KOKE has dropped a new music video entitled ‘Letter Back.’

His EP takes us through a riveting journey of his time in prison, through his lyrics each song is trickled with a strong sense of self-realisation not just musically, but also personally. It is such a well-articulated account of the frustrations he feels as a man wrongly accused and having to face hard time. This EP takes it up a notch and takes a hard look at life from an inmate’s perspective and the effect it has on his family.

The harsh and restricting life of an inmate is really explored in this music video. ‘Letter Back’, as the name suggests, is a letter from a frustrated father to his family while he is in prison and missing all the core moment that make a dad, a dad. This video really tugs at the emotional heartstrings as it brings to life the inability for a man to see his child grow up. With visuals by Kye Taliana, the video has almost clocked 100,000 views in the few days since its release.

Featuring UK favourites Maverick Sabre, Dappy, Big French and Angel across the EP, to date FFF Prison has taken the Rap scene by storm. Charlie Sloth awarded ‘Letter Back’ with a prestigious record of the week across Radio 1. Now with the release available across all outlets and performing at the top of its genre, it’s clear to see K KOKE still has a compelling influence on the UK Rap game.

Check out the video for ‘Letter Back’.