Isaacjacuzzi Drops Reggae Trap Hip Hop Summer Anthem, ‘Ooh Lord’

ISAACJACUZZI‘s brand new cut, ‘Ooh Lord’, showcases the Seattle-based artist’s ability to effortlessly blend trap, hip hop and reggae. Produced by famed hip hop producer Royce David (Lil Mosey), the fun, summer anthem emits a tropical vibe.

Isaac shares, “I grew up in Seattle, my father is a big belly rude boy Rasta from the Virgin Islands. My whole life I grew up with Rastafarians. Jacuzzi is dread from creation. My ultimate goal with my career is to leave a positive legacy and heal the nation through music through weed and through love.”

‘Ooh Lord’ forms part of his new album ‘Till It’s Over’, a testament to Jacuzzi’s new wave singer/songwriter talents and gives a peak of what’s yet to come from this emerging artist.

Check him out below…

Song of the Day: Bad For Me – REGI FLIH

REGI FLIH sports some summer vibes with the release of his fourth and latest joint, ‘Bad For Me’. A different approach from his previous releases, ‘Bad For Me boasts’ an unexpected sound showing the versatility the artist has to offer.

With production work from Dough Related labelmate FRAAN, the singer-songwriter has come through with a perfectly constructed smooth, bouncy R&B anthem. Bad For Me alludes to the excitement of having a secretive, seductive encounter with your lover.

Regi Flih has scored success with previous singles, ‘Something For Me’, ‘Feeling Some Way’ and ‘Strip’ which have collectively amassed over one million streams on all platforms and has been featured on internationally recognized music blogs such as AU Dollars, Notoriously Canada, NXTSTYLE’s Top 100 Songs of 2019, as well as receiving airtime from radio station Power 106 (Los Angeles) from host Shirley Ju.

Check out the video for ‘Bad For Me’ below…

 

 

 

J.Kas x Ruell Slams Down Summer-Ready track ‘BonBon’.

Rapper J.KAS calls upon long-time collaborator, upcoming R&B singer Ruell, to offer some much needed distraction away from the chaotic current events with latest single, ‘BonBon’.

Ruell takes the lead in the summer-charged joint, exchanging his smooth afterhours vocals for a melodic/rock steady-esque flow, which melts right into the vibrant fusion of tropical house and Dancehall. BBC Sheffield-approved J.Kas takes over and adds extra fire with his gutsy MC-delivery.

Previously featured on J. Kas’ soulful/R&B jams, ‘Snapchat (Ain’t No Killing My Vibe)’ and ‘Cali Dreaming’, Ruell has branched out and released his debut solo single, ‘Tiffany’, where J.Kas returns the favour and features on the R&B/trap production.

Besides being a seasoned wordsmith, who received firm support from BBC1’s Huw Stephens, BBC 1xtra’s Charlie Sloth and DJ Ace and BBC Sheffield’s Christian Carlisle, J.Kas is the founder of trendy streetwear, Tokyo Red, established in 2015.

Available now on SpotifyiTunesTidalDeezer and Google Play, ‘BonBon’ follow’s J.Kas’ Afrobeat/Dancehall number, ‘Amsterdam’.

Follow J.Kas on: Facebook // Twitter // Instagram
Follow Ruell on: Instagram

Song of the Day: Come Down – Ironik (ft. Ayo Beatz)

Producer, DJ and artist IRONIK links up with one of the hottest producers in the UK, Ayo Beatz for a smooth summer banger ‘Come Down’.

Hot on the heels of his collaboration with K Koke on ‘Prayers For Life’, which gained huge support from the likes of Tim Westwood at Capital Xtra, DJ Shortee Blitz at KISS Fresh, BBC London, BBC Asian Network etc, IRONIK follows up with a track full of summer feels and good vibes.
The pair previously collaborated on 2018 joint ‘Watch Nuttin’, and IRONIK is no stranger when it comes to features as throughout his career he has working with top talent including Skepta, Chip, Wiley, Wretch 32 and most recently with JME, Fekky and even went Stateside with Snoop Dogg for 2017 release ‘Tuff’.

Whilst IRONIK has a lengthy list of musical achievements as an artist that include a number 5 official chart position, a top 5 single, a top 10 single, a top 10 album and over a million record sales, he is also a hugely successful international DJ that has regular stints in clubbing capitals such as Dubai. His producer credits include tracks for Tinie Tempah, Chip & Wiley.

Check out the visuals for ‘Come Down’ below:

A.M. SNiPER TAKES YOU TO THE TROPICS WITH NEW TRACK ‘YEA YEA YEA’

Currently on his European Summer Tour, A.M. SNiPER has still found time to drop his brand new joint ‘Yea Yea Yea’ and the video is giving us all the summer feels which has been watched over quarter million times in its first two days online. Produced by the hottest duo in the UK right now, Da Beatfreakz are responsible for a string of recent chart hits including ‘Motorola’ ft. Dappy, Swarmz & Deno, Cadet and Deno’s ‘Advice’ and Swarmz ft Tion Wayne ‘Bally’, and now A.M. SNiPER blesses one of their productions for another wavey smash.

Premiering with DJ Kenny Allstar on BBC Radio 1Xtra the melodic, vibrant and meandering beat is scattered with snares and tropical synths that are given a spirited, confident and slick vocal topping from A.M. SNiPER. Making a departure from the deeper, ominous hip-hop vibe of previous singles ‘RUN” and Supreme’, which have collectively been viewed almost four million times on YouTube and have a cool seven million Spotify streams between them, A.M. SNiPER is a master of capturing a vibe and ‘Yea Yea Yea’ is clear evidence of his artistic talents as he dips in and out of varying flows, pace and tone to document his lavish lifestyle as a rapper, producer and entrepreneur.

Performing at Europe’s biggest summer stages including Plug Nation Festival and Kandi Fest, A.M. SNiPER has already hit the stage alongside Rae Sremmurd, Gunna, Yxng Bane, D-Block Europe, Fredo and Dappy in the last month and is still yet to grace the line up at Fire on the Beach (Malia) and Ibiza Rocks.

Check out the video for the A.M. SNiPER‘s summer banger below: