October London returns with the soon to be acclaimed follow-up, Colorblind: Hate & Happiness.
The cohesive 8-track EP showcases London’s silky vocals and timeless production, providing a nostalgic feel reminiscent to that of the originators of true rhythm and blues. Proceeded by the emotionally charged single “Driving Me To Drink,” which London also personally produced, the Indiana native channels seventies spirit, deliverig an honest and hard-hitting hook over bluesy electric guitars and shuddering keys.
Whether it’s the sharp funky swing of “Sail Away” or the Southern California cruising of “Top Down” feat. Snoop Dogg, Color Blind: Hate & Happiness sees London really take flight on his own, while paying homage to the likes of Marvin Gaye, The Debarge Brothers, Sam Cooke, and more.
Speaking about the project, London explains: “The idea of the EP stemmed from my love of old school music. Snoop and I were admiring the authenticity of the sound and passion. In that sense, it was a joint effort. I wanted to highlight the different moods that affected me most as a fan: Love, Hate, and Happiness. Old school music was my foundation, and I wanted to pay tribute to that and build on it. I want my fans to know that I care about how music used to be, but I also want to add to it in my own way. I don’t just do one genre; I realize most of my fans can appreciate more than one genre.”
Promise Ogunsola popularly known as PITU HILLS who was formerly signed under Orange Records affiliated with Klever J drops his most anticipated EP album titled “OMO IYA JUMOKE” which features Mr. Bee and his former record mate Zsika P.
Hyeladi Junior professionally known as Kave was considered on the eleventh of August 1990 in Jimeta the capital city of Adamawa State.
Kave completed early school in Yola and Moved to the University of Maiduguri to get his Bachelor’s Degree ever.
A visual and performing experts, guitarist and untamed life enthusiast, Kave have been into music and workmanship for quit long and made it a calling at his late years in his auxiliary school.
Kave recorded his first track “Say“, conveyed by prestigious music producer Tklex from Adamawa. “Say” was all the more a try different things with his amazingness and made it more master when Tklex showed interest and portrayed as a record which could exhibit the world the stuff Kave is made of.
To his greatest advantage for formal guideline at a bigger sum, Kave left for University of Maiduguri where Tklex familiar him with a partner creator named “HopeDee-Yasso“. Kave met in Dee-Yasso who was without a second’s pause in like manner an understudy of the school.
With a particular true objective to fulfill incredible relationship and show a bona fide improvement about his making, they got along sharing a room in school, where the whole charm started. That was the place they found the opportunity to do by far most of the tracks he have as of not long ago.
“Breaking through to the heart of the music business in the place where I grew up wasn’t as hard as I thought it’ll be… I simply continued doing what I cherished and it worked for me… The topical substance of my tunes are focused towards a wide cluster of audience members, particularly individuals who are captivated by melodious profundity and flexibility in method and delivery…” – Kave
Here is Kave with an arrangement of his specialty in an EP Album entitled Free Fall (Handwriting Of A Demi God).
Iyanya’s first body of work with his new music family Mavin is finally here.
The Pop star was signed to Mavin Records in 2016, after his departure from his company, Made Men Music Group. He has now launched his account with the record label.
The EP which features 8 tracks, including the singles ‘Up 2 Sumting’ and ‘Hold on’, was co-produced by Don Jazzy, Altims and Babyfresh. It features Don Jazzy, Dr Sid and Poe
He released Up To Something and Hold on before we are getting the full project and Here are our first offerings from Iyanya’s Signature EP.
The EP was unveiled with celebration at the popular weekly concert, Industry Nite. At the event, Iyanya performed all the songs off the Ep, backed by all the members of Mavin Records, and other stars including Don Jazzy, D’Prince, Reekado Banks, Korede Bello, Di’Ja, Reminisce. Sheyman and more.
Digest these tunes as Iyanya returns to his RnB with this new EP while we update you with other mind blowing joints off the amazing body of work.
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After a brief hiatus, Ozone comes back back with a powerful collaborative project with Tey chaplain. The EP “LAST NIGHT IN LAGOS” is an introspective reflective project that sees Ozone discussing his journey in the industry so far, and what is coming next.
Thursday (March 23), marked the 13 anniversary of Usher‘s classic Diamond-selling album Confessions.
The album that many R&B fans herald as the last “classic” R&B album has inspired artists everywhere, and continues to do so. In a surprise move, soulful singer/songwriter BJ The Chicago Kid has released a mini EP in tribute to Usher’s pinnacle project.
Working with producers Jairus Mozee and Tubb Young to recreate three tracks, BJ covers the title song, along with a snippet of “Simple Things,” and a mashup of “Can U Handle It” and “Superstar.” The later being the longest and the clear standout. The Chicago native showcases a tender, soulful take on the two songs in a unique blend, and I don’t know if we can handle BJ’s stirring vocals! Too Good!
Buzzing R&B singer, Justine Skye debuts her surprise new EP 8 Ounces.
“Eight ounces is the average weight of the female heart,” Justine told Genius. “Now that I’m 21, I’m meeting different people from different parts of the world and I’m figuring out myself more and figuring out guys more. This whole EP is my diary of situations that I’ve gone through since my last project.
The 9-track project includes one feature from Wale on “Fun.” You can stream Justine Skye’s 8 Ounces below, and pick it up on iTunes now.
iGenesis album is finally out and it’s sounding like it’s going to be one for the books. Ms Lamayne has been on the grind for a hot minute and it’s so dope to see her finally releasing her debut album after grinding for so long.
Ms Lamayne has been making a lot of global moves which the SA audience might not fully understand, but it will all start making sense in the next couple of months. After giving us the Ground Zero mixtape, Gigi has followed up with her debut album.