Ojerime – Give It Up 2 Me Track Review

  South London RnB artist Ojerime is a talented musician who has continually created spectacular music. Ojerime’s 2020 album ‘B4 I breakdown’ deserves multiple accolades. The song ‘Give it Up 2 Me’ has been released as remixes recently. Ojerime’s songs sound like an ode to the 90s area, drawing the likes of SWV, Brandy and… Read More »

BRIT AWARDS 2022 Nominees

  The BRIT Awards have announced their nominations for 2022, promising a historic award ceremony for the new year. Last month the BRIT Awards announced that going forward there will no longer be gendered categories at the award ceremony, the announcement received mixed reactions from the public, with some praising the forward-thinking approach others were… Read More »

MOBO Awards 2021

The MOBO awards were back last night! This year MOBO were livestreamed from Coventry’s Building Society Arena on YouTube. Little Mix singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock and comedian Munya Chawawa did the honours of hosting the awards show and kept everyone entertained throughout the evening. Kanya King CBE created the celebration of Black music, which includes Soul, Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Grime and Afrobeat almost 25 years ago.… Read More »

The London-based pop band that went viral for their timeless 80s synth sounds, Deco have returned with their brand-new single ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony.  Following viral TikTok’s of covers and fresh content, they hit 730k views on an Oasis’ Wonderwall mash-up with Bronski Beat’s Smalltown Boy leading to appearances on live shows such as BBC News and… Read More »

FKA TWIGS – MEASURE OF A MAN SINGLE REVIEW

Two years since her critically acclaimed studio album ‘Magdalene’ FKA Twigs has collaborated with fellow UK artist Central Cee from the dramatic track ‘Measure of a Man’, to be featured in the forthcoming Kingsman prequel released in the UK on Wednesday 22nd December. The opening verse and hook sets the stage for an epic performance… Read More »

CYBERPUNK – VICE?! SINGLE REVIEW

East London rapper, ANTI.NET frontman, and pioneer of the Cyberdrill sub-genre, Vice?! (also known as Viceroy Lindsay) has been a consistent presence in London’s underground music scene. With a focus on mutating and evolving contemporary Grime and Drill with releases like ‘Nightwalkers’ and ‘Phobia’, Vice?!’s gritty soundscape, husky vocals and bouncy flow always have the potential to leave heads bopping and faces crumpled!… Read More »