Frank Ocean- Dear April (Side A- Acoustic)
The simplicity behind the track allows Ocean's artistry to shine through. The combination of stripped back guitar, slides and twangs complement his harmonious elements that so often fill his projects. Reminiscent of his 'Blonde' album with a more moody undertone.
Rod Wave- Ribbon in the Sky
Contemporary sound with conscious lyrics. The melodious rap, allows him to move between singing vocals and Young Thug'esque qualities.
Tiffany Day- Autopilot
Stripped back with a trap rhythm, allows her creamy vocals to flow easily.
Jelani Aryeh- Stella Brown
Youthful musings, lo fidelity ambient elements mix seamlessly with the indie bounce.
Rina Sawayama- Chosen Family
Atmospheric, with certain pop elements. The lyricism stands out, recognising the collective and standing as an advocate.
Black Atlass- Do For Love
The vocals flow effortlessly, ebbing with the trap rhythm but bringing a much more sensitive quality.
Kygo, Sasha Sloan- I'll Wait
The blend of dance and folk, work in such a way that Sloan's vocals create an easy listening track. One that you can't help but tap your foot to.
Tory Lanez- Who Needs Love
Bouncy and current. One of the most versatile artists, working his vocal changes and flow with ease. Lyricism can be a little questionable.