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  • NO LIMBO EP (LZEE)

    NO LIMBO EP (LZEE)

    RELEASED 15TH JANUARY 2021 Favourite track: Concrete This EP has variety, edge and wavey melodies that compliment his flow well. I hadn’t heard of UK rapper, LZee but from his Spotify bio he fits into the Drill, Grime and UK rap genres (with influences of Garage). As a fan of UK rap, I was curious […]

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  • HEAUX TALES (JAZMINE SULLIVAN)

    HEAUX TALES (JAZMINE SULLIVAN)

    RELEASED 8TH JANUARY 2021 Favourite track: Put It Down Full of tales from various women and songs to reflect the good and bad in relationships. Great vocal works and honest lyrics. I only know US RnB singer, Jazmine Sullivan, duet to her hit song ‘Bust Your Windows’ (released back in 2008) but I had never […]

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  • NATURAL SELECTION (JAMMER)

    NATURAL SELECTION (JAMMER)

    RELEASED 11TH DECEMBER 2020 Favourite track: Innocence This album explores the heritage of UK Grime with messages about the streets, choices, music and people. This was my first time hearing London-based producer and MC, Jammer’s music. What drew me to reviewing this album Natural Selection was definitely the cover artwork depicting what I believe to […]

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  • FAKE IT FLOWERS (BEABADOOBEE)

    FAKE IT FLOWERS (BEABADOOBEE)

    RELEASED 16TH OCTOBER 2020 Favourite track: Back To Mars This album has a young and rebellious sound to it on a backdrop of Pop Rock sounds that belong in a coming-of-age film. I first came across London-based Filipino artist, beabadoobee, on TikTok with Powfu’s viral song ‘death bed’ featuring her vocals in a new remix […]

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  • DEAR LIFE (MATHILDA HOMER)

    DEAR LIFE (MATHILDA HOMER)

    RELEASED 10TH JULY 2020 Favourite track: Dear Life This EP is romantic but also very real. The lyrics have a relatable quality whilst the delivery tells a story as she endeavours to explore the matters of her heart. I hadn’t heard of UK artist, Mathilda Homer, but I always love a good EP so when […]

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