Song of the Day: 2gether -2K$J (ft. BUHDA)

Rashad Jackson – aka 2K$J – makes a bold entry on NEW LEASE MUSIC with epic track, ‘2gether’.

Featuring a boisterous bass, the Indiana – based newcomer enlisted singer Buhda to soften the edges with his mellow vocals.

Check out the video for track below…and if you’re really digging his sound, expect a lot more projects from 2K$J – he may pop out an album in the future!

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Song of the Day: Lifted -LTC

LTC delivers a remake of Kanye West’s track ‘Lift Yourself’.

‘Lifted’ obtains the rich soulful vocals featured in the original, where the Kentucky based spitter adds some extra spice through his impeccable flow, promoting unity and eliminating hate.

Check it below:

Song of the Day: Passport – Shawn Archer

Sporting a relaxing summer vibe, SHAWN ARCHER‘s latest joint, ‘Passport’ is geared up for the ladies to get into the vacation mode and the guys to look forward to the swimsuit season.

Hailed as the ‘Official Summer Anthem of 2018, ‘Passport’ is now available on all major download/streaming sites.

Check it out below:

EP Review: Manic Pixie Dreamgirl – Adanna Duru

I’m was very curious by the meaning behind the name of ADANNA DURU‘s latest EP ‘Manic Pixie Girl’. Apparently, she picked up the term whilst studying at University of Carolina and embraced it, as those three words sums her up perfectly – very quirky and weird, but stunning and unique; something that can often be overlooked by others (particularly from a male chauvinist).

Irrespective of the misinterpreted views, she extends a part of herself through this body of work which introduces an idyllic and tranquil alt R&B – piece through title track ‘Manic Pixie Girl’. Still obtaining an air of soulful tones,  ‘One Way Street’ brings on the meatiness to the seven-track set with the dense sub-bass drive, adding an electronic/downtempo vibe. The woofing bass becomes the main feature of following tracks ‘Too Late’, ‘Trip’ and ‘Dreams That Keep You Up At Night’ – a retake of Destiny’s Child hit ‘Bills, Bills, Bills’ – without comprising or drowning out the futuristic/R&B – ish overtones.

The serenity returns with her cover of Daniel Caesar’s single ‘ Death and Taxes’, showcasing a refreshingly atmospheric soundscapes floating throughout the production.

With complexities that runs riot throughout the EP shows that this exciting newcomer from LA boldly wears her ‘Manic Pixie Girl’ badge – and makes no apologies for it. Through this bitter-sweet EP, Adanna encourages others to be themselves.

Listen below:

Must Listens: The Way Street, Too Late, Doll