There was no denying that X Factor stars Rough Copy were talented. However, perhaps the UK were not ready for what they had to offer. After breaking up, it was uncertain what the members would go onto next, however after following the movements of Josepeh (DopeBoyRC on social media) and loving his style blogging and other creative ventures it became apparent that he was destined for major success.
We’ve all been there, had a break-up. For some of us we believed we’d never recover, for others they probably won’t and then there are those who couldn’t care less. So, we thought we’d compile a hot list of tracks that will capture whatever mood you have. Shout out to your ex!
When I was sent music by this phenomenal artist, I read the release and I knew he would be good, but I didn’t realise how good. Charlie Hole may only be in his 20’s but his soul is much older than that. His songs possess immense feeling and a depth way beyond his years.
In the hustle and bustle of city life, I’m always seeking music which is easy listening and Charlie Hole and his brand new EP ‘Someone Else’s Dream’ is a beautiful mix of tracks that are sung from the heart and are clearly from Hole’s personal experience. The first track from the EP ‘The City’ is a song that could easily stand the test of time and become a lasting classic.
We predict major things for this artist and from the time musical legend Rod Stewart states ‘This guy has potential’, you know he is one to definitely watch.
I can easily say that this woman puts the #POWER in #Powerwoman! I’ve been keeping my eye on Stefflon Don for a while now and she honestly makes everything look effortless.
Her breakout and critically-acclaimed mixtape ‘Real Ting’ made many naysayers stand up to attention and there was great anticipation for her debut single and first release under new US label Quality Control. The verdict is… this track and the video is too dope, too cool for skool and ultimately shows that Stefflon Don has the makings of becoming an international smash hit and ruling entity in the music business.
From performing a very impressive live version of ‘Real Ting’ on none other than the great Jools Holland’s popular show to having her own sold out homecoming show in London. You’d be silly to even think that Stefflon Don is a fly by night. She’s showing everyone she is without a doubt here to stay.
I’ve recently delved back into my 90’s RnB music collection and pulled out classics from artists such as Aaliyah, Ashanti and Brandy to name but a few. There’s just something about music from that era that leaves you with that sense of nostalgia. However, I was able to put those tracks away for a time over the weekend after being sent the beautiful track ‘Mine’ by UK based songstress Cheryll Music.
There was a time in the entertainment industry when the US ruled supreme. Hip-Hop was dominated by the American’s and anyone from Europe was continuously chasing behind. However, fast forward to the turn of this current decade, artists from Europe are storming through and leaving a momentous mark. You only need to listen to music releases in the past few years from UK artists like Skepta and Stormzy to know that the music world had taken a major turn.
With that being said, the Amsterdam based music artist DRUMMAKID who already saw success from songs like ‘Hi Freq Girl’ and ‘Zonin’ is ready to show the world just how talented he is.
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16,500 revellers enjoyed Village Green festival 2017 yesterday in Chalkwell Park – absolutely loving the sounds of Nothing But Thieves playing their hometown gig, having been totally energised by Kate Nash who belted out both new and old classics.