The Stockholm based artist delivers an organic sound blended with cinematic Nordic cool and experimental R&B/Pop production.
'Where the Flowers Grow,' is the second single, which follows her upcoming EP’s first release, 'anymore.'
Fatima - The queen of Contemporary Soul/R&B, continues to reign supreme in sound and visuals with her new single - Somebody Else.
The Swedish singer asks 'how different life would be if she was someone else?' as she switches identities in a creatively styled video, shot on location at the Alexandra Road Estate in Camden, England.
Despite the somewhat 'creepy' looking image, the 'golden boy' represents a more playful side to their R&B flavour.
The lighter sound retains a deep, hypnotic bass, so infectiously good its hard to sit still.
The single is a classic soul-jazz ballad about learning from the past, growing and recognizing what is most important in life.
Benji says 'I wanted to portray a modern take on that old school Ray Charles/Donny Hathaway sound with acoustic strings, brass, and live instruments.'
We once described cryptofunk, indie-soul guru Dim Out as an artist 'who’s not released a ‘bad’ track yet.'
Also easily matching that description is Danish soul singer Marie Dahlstrom.
She really can't do anything wrong, and her new single - anymore. proves that.
Our need for music that reflects our current times is more important than ever in a world where instant gratification has numbed the tone of popular music we used to adore.
The Whole Damn World Is Going Crazy - is a cover version of 'John Gary Williams' classic soul gem from over four decades ago. This first encounter of Isatou's voice impresses as she breathes new life into this track with a modern, soulful/pop arrangement.