Greentea Peng releases visuals for 'Loving Kind'

GreenTea Peng has released visuals for single 'Loving Kind' ahead of her debut EP, Sensi. Another psychedelic journey through the essence of GreenTea, the video is a slow, aromatic blend of peace and tranquility. Everything you expect from the young artist. Visually thought provoking and sonically hypnotic, there is not much not to love about the vibrant South London songwriter.

Produced by Earbuds, and directed by GTP, the track is the second single from her forthcoming EP, Sensi.

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Bluesforthehorn returns with new single 'Insecurities'

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Bluesforthehorn returns with her new single 'Insecurities'. Coupled with funky production and atmospheric vocals, the single explains why Bluesforthehorn is leaving all her insecurities behind. Featured this week on JamzSupernova's BBC1xtra show, the single is another reminder of what is to come from the talented Singer. Catch Bluesforthehorn performing her new single at The Welcome Party II on August 1st.

Listen to Insecurities below 

Greentea Peng returns with 'Loving Kind'


Singer/Songwriter GreenTea Peng has returned with a new single titled 'Loving Kind' to further stamp her arrival into the scene. Following her debut music video and single 'Moondchild', Loving Kind is another psychedelic recap of the goings on inside Greentea's mental mantra. The London based singer caresses the Earbuds produced instrumental which is a hypnotic waterfall of electronic RnB. Loving Kind's lyrics focus on the highs and lows of Love as Greentea becomes at one with her emotions

Check out Loving Kind Below



 journey through the mind of GreenTea, the visuals envoke a sense of imagination as you are directed through the streets of London.

Produced by Earbuds, and directed by Luke Strauss, the track is a introduction to what is a catalyst year for South London based GreenTea Peng 

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A night of passionate performance, with Fred Fredas (Review)


On June 7th , Fred Fredas presented a night of passion and performance at The Roundhouse for his P.A.U headline show.

I had the pleasure of experiencing three excellent artists perform in their element. The night contained support from Keys The Prince, Dee Ajayi followed by Fred Fredas. All great artists with exceptional styles and lyrics, who effortlessly managed to keep the audience engaged and entertained. The show was hosted by the lovely Anna-Marie Dee, and with her upbeat and bubbly personality, she set a good tone to the show early on. 

First up was Keys The Prince. Dressed in all black, filled with the energy to pull in any crowd. He was joined by the talented Dayasoul, who I think vibed fantastically with him on stage. I got the sense that he was very comfortable, almost as if he knew that he belonged there. His flare and liveliness as a performer shon and should be praised as we had no other choice but to be pulled into his world. Exactly how I feel a live performance should go. Great start.


Next up was Dee Ajayi, who will forever be known to me as a sultry soulful Queen. From the moment she stepped on stage, you couldn’t help but focus on her. Not only because she wore a sparkly pink dress, but her aura and voice was just captivating. She had a playful element to her show, which charmed the crowd. Her transparency and honesty on stage, birthed an intimate performance, which I'm sure none of us will forget.

Then for the main man, Fred Fredas. Who I'm guessing was high off the buzz of the other artists, because he came on stage on a power trip. His amazing band and vocalists really fuelled the energy behind his set, and you can tell there was an immense effort behind it. But Fred has a unique spin on Performing. I describe it almost like a theatre production because the set, the mood, the lighting, all contributed to Fred's performance. Performing his hits ‘Addictions’ and ‘Don't You Worry’ as well as treating the crowd to unreleased songs from his upcoming EP.

He was joined on stage by J2ND and Nia Ekanem, both artists who brought a cool dynamic to the set. The synergy was great on both songs and complimented Fred’s intensity as an artist.

Fred has a conversational aspect to his performing style, like he was telling us a story and taking us on a journey of the many ones in his mind. There was a great deal of heart behind this performance and everyone who was there will tell you so.

I will use the word passionate to describe all the artists that night, as I believe that was a running theme throughout all performances. From slow and melodic with Dee, to upbeat and energetic with Fred. There was no mistake, that as an audience we felt that each artist really loved what they were doing. It came through their body language, how they performed and most importantly how they interacted with the crowd. It was a memorable show, and I look forward to what’s next from all artists.

Words by Hannah Olarewaju

Check out Fred Fredas EP P.A.U below 

GreenTea Peng releases Moonchild visuals

Singer/Sogwriter GreenTea Peng has released her debut music video for her track entitled 'Moonchild'. A psychedelic journey through the mind of GreenTea, the visuals envoke a sense of imagination as you are directed through the streets of London.

Produced by Earbuds, and directed by Luke Strauss, the track is a introduction to what is a catalyst year for South London based GreenTea Peng 

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Omelet drops debut music video 'Hypnotise'

South London rapper and 1/3 of Neverland Clan, Omelet lands with his debut 'Hypnotise'. 

Versatile in style and flows, Omelet demonstrates a knack for thinking outside the box with inventive lyrics to match the videos eclectic visuals. Co-directed by video Black Anubis (Daniel OG/808ink) and self produced by Omelet. Hypnotise is a quick cut trance inducing, hypnotic introduction to Omelet's world.

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Fred Fredas releases 'addictions' Music Video

To be conscious is to “be aware of one’s own existence, sensations, thoughts, or surroundings.” So when you hear conscious music, how does it make you feel? ‘Addictions’ is the 3rd track on the sophomore EP ‘P.A.U’ (Politics As Usual) from 22 year old Artist, Fred Fredas. In his music, Fredas reflects on societal issues that affect the consciousness of people.

Through his thought provoking lyrics, he hopes to raise awareness and enlighten his audience on hard-hitting subjects - such as addiction & domestic violence; alongside exploring freedom from reality that people sometimes seek, which can be seen in the ‘Addictions’ video.

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Dream Mclean set to headline Khalm Exchange in Bristol

Ghengis Khalm and 0790Music have teamed up to bring you the sudden khalm before the storm. An organised selection of melodic, poetic, eclectic, and just damn right creative performers. Expect to be welcomed with smooth tones and captivating lyrics. The aim being to not to get you turnt but, instead, to invoke a different aspect of your pysche.

Grab tickets to Khlam Exchange, here. 

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Jayla Darden releases Ideas.Vol 1

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Jayla Darden is a 20 year old multitalented creative, artist, songwriter, producer and engineer who just wants to inspire the world one idea at a time “well in this case 6”. Jayla wants the world to remember what 90’s RnB felt like. Her songs, melodies, production and vocals take us on a journey of vibrations that will tap into emotions and feelings of everyday life.

A compilation of the thought process behind Jayla's inventive mind, the project reflects tracks gracefully produced and lyrically matched in every department. 

2018 is due to be a catalyst year for the Detroit born triple threat. Check out the Project below. 

Check out our interview with Jayla Darden here. 

Boadi connects with 'AwoMaa' visuals

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Rising UK soul singer Boadi has released visuals for single 'AwoMaa' taken off his name-sake EP, AwoMaa. The single is a astute blend of Jazz and Neo-Soul with heavy African influences. Boadi chooses nostalgic visuals to accompany the nostalgic feel of the track.

We step into memory lane with Baodi as he vocalises the raw emotions of the love between a boy and his mother. Watch the video below : 

Dubz D delivers More Time x Slade Tower visuals

The man from the manor, Dubz D has made an anticipated return with a new 2 in 1 visuals for 'More Time x Slade Tower'. Directed by Lix, the video enthralls and confirms why the artist is a force to be reckoned with smooth visuals to compliment smooth flows.

Check out the video below

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Dubz D returns with some flawless bars & flows, accompanied by a 2 in 1 visual More Time x Slade Tower [Prod By Ghost] audio available to stream via: Socials: #TheManFromTheManor

Chloe Bodur connects with single ‘Glory’

London based Singer, Chloe Bodur connects with her new single ‘Glory’. Fusing elements of neo-soul, jazz and pop, Bodur has been gracing audiences with her distinctive style. Embodying emotional rawness and unapologetic lyricism, Bodur delivers an authentic sound of reflection and contemplation.

Produced by J.D Ried, “Glory” thematically focuses on vulnerability and the underlying sense of loneliness. Bodur reveals, “It was originally written as a poem about youth trying to find love in themselves and in others and how one correlates with the other”. As a self-confessed romantic, Bodur conveys her heartfelt introspection through sultry harmonies, which ride atop a hybrid of ambient neo-soul, smooth jazz arrangements and soulful melodies.

Check out the track below