Urban

  • Adrian Davis Releases Brand New Single: ‘We Can Do It’

    July 2020 – This year has not been the easiest by a long shot, with lock-down rules keeping people indoor and breaking havoc on our lifestyles. In addition to that, we are all experiencing social and political tension, casting even more uncertainty on these hard times. Having said that,...
  • Reign Lowell – “Withdrawals” – a complete, passionate, and soulful performance

    Reign Lowell is an underground artist from Hawai’i, who has been quietly making music for the past 10 years. Lowell is stuck in area that produces mainly Hawaiian Reggae, while he is desperately fighting to branch out into R&B/Hiphop. Currently the odds seemed stacked against him, but Reign Lowell...
  • Manu Francois is grand in his vision and ambition

    Manu Francois known for his rapid fire flow, superb singing, solid writing, sharp as hell production, and iconic rasta hairdo has been one of the more slept on powers in the musical community in recent years, always bubbling underneath the surface of the mainstream on the various audio and...
  • Quis Hart – “True Life” – a seriously impressive track

    We know very little about Quis Hart, maybe even less than we should, but there’s that one person who gives it to you straight with no chaser, in the world of urban music, Hart is that person. While most R&B honchos and chart hunting trappers are watering down their...
  • The Jolly Pops: “Bad Bad Dinosaur” brings parents and kids together!

    University studies have shown that musical experiences in childhood can actually accelerate brain development, particularly in the areas of language acquisition and reading skills, while learning to play an instrument can improve mathematical learning and even increase SAT scores. But academic achievement isn’t the only benefit of music education...
  • Morachi: “Matchup Your Destiny” hits all the highs!

    Born Richie Marvin Chieme Akuba, the son of a preacher in Bariga, Lagos in Nigeria – singer, songwriter, model, and aspiring actor Morachi has emerged with flamboyant style and showmanship to carve out a lane of his own. After a string of successful releases in Nigeria, which impacted the...
  • Imani Wj Wright: “So I Thought” – boldly conceived and brilliantly executed

    Whatever you may think about “So I Thought”, it’s undeniably one of the most intriguing R&B singles put out – not just this year, but any year. The tone is muted and introspective, full of spectral guitar and lacking of everything else except a muffled bass throb and a...
  • Schardinee: “Papa” – both contemporary and nostalgic!

    Schardinee is a New England based singer-songwriter. Singing has been her passion since youth, and after years of working straight and narrow jobs, she decided to delve back into her original love. Her influences include Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston, Adele, Feist, and Nina Simone. Schardinee, who is currently working...
  • Atta Otigba: “Breaking Away” – compelling lyrics and music

    Nigerian born singer-songwriter and producer Atta Otigba, spent his youth passionately pursuing his influences which ranged from Chopin and Miles Davis, to contemporary musicians like John Mayer and Jon Foreman. Otigba, who got his start writing and producing for other artists across the cities of Lagos and Abuja eventually...