Black Atlantic present a rare collaboration with LuckyMe and Young Turks.
Canadian producer Jacques Greene offers up a free edit of The Weeknd’s early 2011 game changer ‘What You Need’.
A monumental setting for the sweeping melodies of two artists at the top of their game
Evoking nostalgia of R&B’s golden days, yet bringing a new genuine, melancholy feel. Tinashe is one to watch.
Part four of our tracks of the year, focussing on RnB & Soul
Earlier this month we introduced you Olsen, one of our favourite new producers at the moment…
British Soulstress Szjerdene has been gently simmering…
Anushka exploded onto our radar last week when her track Yes Guess was played on Gilles Peterson’s 6 Music show. Despite Peterson’s claims of a summer anthem in the making, he kept quiet on any extra details so we did some digging.
With the recent release of Jacques Greene’s new track with Koreless, we thought we’d bring you a new producer who likes to dabble in RnB samples. Despite still being a Music Tech student at Birmingham City, Guy Furious has already achieved a fair bit. It’s his exploration into Future-Garage on EP Pillow Talk that caught our attention the most.
Azealia Banks, the vibrant 21 year old rapper from Harlem, is back to give us one more fix before the year is up. Since the profanity-nourished track 212 went viral, there’s been some whispers of a debut album come 2012 plus rumours of business phonecalls with Kanye West.