Posted by VMan on September 24, 2015
I missed Hump day, but “Relationship Goals” should be in your baby making playlist, or at least baby making practice, because it’s straight sex. Word on the street Vanessa White is a member of the UK girl group The Saturdays, which I can’t say that I’m familiar with, but if I had to choose, Vanessa’s my favorite, this girl can sing, and is pretty easy on the eyes if I may add. Featuring Chloe Martini, who just got off tour with Snakehips, I’m expecting to hear this one all over urban radio, there’s no other way! This is a must listen!
Posted by BIGLIFE on September 18, 2015
After giving us a couple of tracks over the summer, HiFadility continues to inspire with the release of “The Queens” EP in full. As usual, HiFadility absolutely crushes it with his unique sound, and this project is definitely worth the listen. HiFadility takes 10 tracks, and 1 bonus track “Love to The World”, to show us that we can connect to one another across generations, time, and experience. His dedication to the themes of universal love, peace, and prosperity are constantly present in his music and this awareness is a refreshing alternative while creating an authentic movement. Be sure to check him out on twitter, facebook, tumblr or instagram via @iamHiFadility.
“The 90’s, a time of racial conflict, economic turmoil, war, quite similar to what the Globe is experiencing today. Still some were able to express their voice no matter the circumstance, many times risking their own lives, doing all they could to express their belief that the world could be a beautiful existence for all. The voices of generations singing together, a song of freedom and liberty that is true and accessible to all.
So many examples, testimonies of those that transcended the obstacles laid before them and placed bridges there that others may also find their way. Many thanks to those who paved the way that others may walk it.
Posted by VMan on September 3, 2015
It’s afternoon, and you’re probably stuck at work, thinking of everything else you could be doing on this Thursday, or thinking of that particular someone, and “Daydreaming” from California native RKCB is that track to take you there. Reminiscent of the guy HUNTAR from across the pond, this is future RnB at it’s finest with that good old West Coast feel. This is a must listen!
Posted by VMan on August 18, 2015
Before hitting the road on the Scream Nation Tour this fall, alongside Rich Homie Quan, K Camp, Justine Skye and more, Rawyals release the third music video off of their debut album. “Zonin” will be featured on Our Queendom, releasing September 25th, and is the perfect end of summer jam. Be on the lookout for more from these girls Ariel, Asia & Bel!
Posted by VMan on August 18, 2015
Swedish artist Sapele may be the new to some, but don’t call him a noob, having written and produced for many artists, he’s now decided to launch his solo career with the release of his EP “The Day,” and judging from his debut single “Looking At You,” expect nothing less but deep bass driven afro-soul influenced productions layered with downtempo RnB vocals, when the lights go down on the dancefloor. Get your sexy on and press play, you might find yourself more flirtatious than usual, go get’em! This is a must listen!
Spotify: Sapele – Looking At You
Posted by VMan on August 17, 2015
Reminiscent of Lyfe Jennings, if you’re familiar, this guy Tom Misch makes music for the soul, and Jordan Rakei’s vocals elevate his latest single “Wake Up This Day” off his upcoming project Beat Tape 2 to new heights. I am and always will be a jazz guy, something about the free flow of that genre, that makes me happy, it has no boundaries, which allows for spontaneity, and improvisation, and if I didn’t know better I’d think “Wake Up This Day” was recorded in one take, everyone just jamming out, with the mics on to bring us this moment in time. Listen to this one right, sit back, and enjoy the music, it’s a must!
Posted by VMan on August 6, 2015
I have to admit sometimes I get selfish and I keep tracks to myself, not because I don’t want to share them, but because sometimes I just can’t find the words to do the track justice, other then press play and listen. “SK1N” by HUNTAR is one of those tracks for me, and with Summer in full throttle, and baby making being on everyone’s mind, let this be the soundtrack to your next love making session, there’s no better feeling than great music, and skin to skin contact! This is a must listen and stay tuned for more from this enigmatic UK artist!