Song of the Day: Vibration – DJ Paleface (ft. Kai Gama)

Poet/MC KAI GAMA, one half of the electro hip-hop group, The Insonmiax delivers a powerful poetic performance on an Ahmed Jamal/ De-La Soul inspired future bass/ UKG instrumental courtesy of DJ PALEFACE.

Over the years DJ Paleface has released singles such as ‘Fall Outta Love’ and ‘Stormy Weather’ and earned producer/songwriting credits for the likes of Kyla, Drake, Crazy Cousinz, Sweetie Irie, Wiley, Maxwell D and Major Ace. His most recent release ‘785 Girl’ featuring Marvin Ambrosius, kicked off the summer season and garnered huge support from MistaJam on BBC Radio 1 Dance Anthems, Billy Da Kid and Shortee Blitz on KISS FM and Rampage at BBC 1Xtra. Quickly following up with ‘Vibration’, DJ Paleface’s latest productions showcase his wealth of experience as a bass production master.

Vibration is out now via Northern Line Records on all platforms. Check it out below…

Aleisha Lee Drops Track ‘Dámelo’ Today!

Straight from the booth, BBC 1Xtra/BBC Radio 1/Capital Xtra-approved singer/songwriter, ALEISHA LEE slams down a gutsy dance/Latin-esque number titled ‘Dámelo’, released today on her label IDWIW Records.

‘Dámelo’ follows the East Londoner’s firey UKG joint, ‘Pick Up Your Foot And Pop That Smoke’ – a mashup of Aleisha’s collab single with Footsteps, ‘Pick Up Your Foot’ and Pop Smoke’s ‘Welcome To The Party’.

Check out for brand new offering below…

Oxlade Shares New Track ‘DKT’

Following his feature on Skip Marley’s single, ‘Slow Down’, alongside Davido and H.E.R, rising Afropop star OXLADE slams down his brand new summer ready joint, ‘DKT (Dis Kind Thing)’. Intricately layered with Afrobeats and soulful R&B, the Spax-produced track is topped off by Nigerian-born Oxlade’s distinctively soulful vocals.

‘DKT’ follows his critically acclaimed EP ‘Oxygene’ which generated over 25 million streams across all platforms since its release back in March of this year.

Check out ‘DKT’ below…

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…