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Emmanuel Nwamadi – Watching You | New Music

  North London singer-songwriter Emmanuel Nwamadi has recently shared a new single titled “Watching You” which is produced by Dynasty 1. Emmanuel’s voice has been compared to soul singer Barry White and the graceful smoothness of Seal. Emmanuel became well known after he was a standout finalist on the BBC version of The Voice.   His participation and his journey[…]

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Toto Bona Lokua – Ma Mama | New Music

  The trio called Toto Bona Lokua have released their new single “Ma Mama” via Nø Førmat and it is produced by label founder Laurent Bizot. On top of that, they also revealed details today for their upcoming album Bondeko that will be out on January 19, 2018. The title of the album Bondeko translated from the Congolese language of[…]

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Franc Moody – Pheromones | New Music

  Emerging North West London’s collective Franc Moody are back with a funk-driven single “Pheromones” and have announced their next live show in London on 28th of February, 2018.   The collective, led by Ned Franc and Jon Moody, explain their music as a combination of “epic intergalactic funk sounds á la George Clinton” and “stellar bass n’ drum grooves[…]

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Ferris & Sylvester – Better In Yellow | New Music

  London-based folk/alt-country duo Ferris & Sylvester are almost ready to unveil their upcoming EP Made In Streatham on February 2, 2018, and in the lead up to the release the two artists have been delivering tracks such as the autobiographical piece “The Room“, “Sometimes” and “Loser“.   Today, the pair has just dropped off an other track entitled “Better[…]

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KWAYE – Lost In My Boots | New Music

  The Zimbabwe-born, London-raised singer/songwriter KWAYE has unveiled his latest single “Lost In My Boots” through Mind of a Genius. “Lost In My Boots” is a song which encapsulates relationship woes and acknowledges the pain that you might go through with your partner. 22-year old KWAYE explains it with his own words as:   “‘Lost in My Boots’ came to[…]

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