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Rocdwell is insatiably electric in his seminal hip-hop single, Enough is Not Enough

Around the old school luxe atmosphere, the luminary hip-hop artist Rocdwell broke the mould with his unfuckwithably fly single Enough is Not Enough. His visceral lust for life energised the hit to the nth degree, making the polished production the ultimate addition to your high-vibe hip-hop playlists.

Enough is Not Enough is the perfect introduction to the Detroit-hailing hip-hop artist’s soul-first approach to his minimalist motivational signature style, which plenty of other artists will undoubtedly want to forge after hearing the effortlessly inspirational smooth delivery. It is the kind of track you can listen to endlessly and still pull out fresh fragments of introspective gold, which Rockdwell is worth his weight in.

The experienced MC, who also runs under the moniker Chief Roc, has been involved in countless projects, but standing alone, the limelight definitively agrees with him.

Enough is Not Enough was officially released on March 27; check it out on Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Finding Peace Within: NYC’s Sadbxylee courageously shows us into his healing mind on ‘Let Me Go’ (feat. Michelle Dawning)

With a sensationally creative mind flowing through his veins, Sadbxylee gives us an intimate story of how powerful the mind can be, with his excellent fourth single release called ‘Let Me Go‘ (feat. Michelle Dawning).

SadBxyLee is an inspirational Long-Island, New York City-based audio engineer/producer who makes sad lofi hip-hop songs for those who are dealing with drug abuse, mental illnesses and tough times in their lives. He has risen upwards through the dark clouds inside his head from previous experiences to assist others just like him, who need a caring voice to show them where the light is.

Made from his cozy basement in NYC, you feel his thoughtful energies emanate through the vocals, as the lyrics are hard to hear at first, as soon we are flown into the story of wanting to be left alone. Your mind races quicker than a F1 car, you feel like this is a calling out for help as those long cold nights can cause you to overthink and take remedies that aren’t really meant to help at all.

Let Me Go‘ (feat. Michelle Dawning) from the superb New York-based lofi hip-hop artist Sadbxylee, is a real story that sends shivers down your spine. He packages a song together that has a bow of enlightenment for those that have never dealt with that painful feeling of resentment inside their deepest blood flow.

This is that song to lead you in and teach you to try and help those that might not want assistance, but are calling out in silence. Love and care no matter how simple, always needs to win throughout all sadness, no matter what else is going on in the world.

Stream this incredible track on Spotify and see his story develop on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Jamal Plummer has revived the smooth 90s RnB style with “Higher”

Jamal Plummer has revived the smooth 90s RnB-style with their standout single “Higher”. If your playlists are lacking in inspirational urban aural gems, there’s plenty of resolving optimistic soul found in the radio-ready release.

The amorously accordant single captures that all too rare feeling of absolute contentment. Not just contentment within a romantic relationship but harnessing that passion and pouring it into every area of your life. If Higher doesn’t compel you to approach life with a rejuvenated sense of purpose and ambition, I don’t know what will.

You can check out Jamal Plummer’s single Higher for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast