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Gentry charms the speakers with sensual debut R&B song ”Work Of Art”

Gentry is a new singer-songwriter and he is here with a sultry R&B track to get you in the mood. This debut song is called ”Work Of Art” and it is steamy to say the least.

Work Of Art” is all about the appreciate of a lovers body and knowing that you two can go far together. You love what you see and just want to be with this person. You just want to keep things simple and make sure that everything is natural.

Gentry has such a smooth style and he definitely knows how to market himself. He has been smart by building up his name for a while via TikTok, Instagram and is now going for it on streaming websites for this new song. I like his voice and the beat is a big winner. ”Work Of Art” is a sultry R&B song that is perfect for those nights where you are with your date and just want to slow dance.

Work Of Art” is the debut song from Gentry and he shows that he is a rising star. This is pure R&B that is going to be very popular with fans of the genre- young and old.

Stream this new sensual R&B track right here on Spotify.

Head to Insta to see more from this artist.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Vancouver’s Sean Martin Luther Tha P releases groovy ”Come Over” Feat Lyrical Joe, D.O Gizzle, Terry Tha Rapman

You want her to come on over as this is a special woman. This is no drunken fling. This is the real deal. She makes you smile, she makes you happy and you know that this is the right woman. You can feel it in your heart and you can feel it in your fingers. This is afro-fusion Hip Hop/R&B music to get your dance on.

Come Over” is the lead single off Sean Martin Luther Tha P’s brand new ”Pumbah Mixtape” which is dedicated to his wife and has a bunch of artist from different countries all over the world. This is a big effort and this vibe is tight with some party energy to get us dancing. “Come Over” is a good song for 2020 and we are all waiting to be allowed out again. The track is all about flirting with your ideal woman and that incredible feeling. All the artists bring their A-game and the vibe is perfect for summer.

To see more from this artist head through to Sean’s Instagram page.

Stream this song right now via Sean Martin Luther Tha P’s Soundcloud page.

Review by Llewelyn Screen

Indie artist Bonsai Bison trims off the edges with ”No Respect”

Bonsai Bison is a musician and visual artist based in East London in the UK. ”No Respect” is the new release for the newcomer in the music scene and this is an enjoyable single.

This is all about getting that respect that you deserve and not settling for anything else. This is a vital way to go about things otherwise you can go crazy. Being manipulated and hearing lame stories all the time that you know aren’t true is no way to live. This is experimental electronic music and I haven’t heard any style like this before. The beat takes me to a strange place and I am reflective and feel like I am in a far away place. Quite a lonely place.

Bonsai Bison is creating a niche for herself and this East London artist doesn’t conform to any particular box which is refreshing to see. There are some creative sampling here and I like the home kind of feel. This is an artist keeping busy during these crazy times and getting better and better.

Check out the Instagram page now for more info.

Click on the Spotify link to hear this new track from East London musician right now and more.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

”Oh!” is dazzling new dance-pop single from Nolan G. (feat. Mateo Centeno)

When you care about someone so much but they keeping on pushing back and it makes you wonder why. Perhaps the timing is wrong or they like a few people. Maybe you will never know. Maybe you should go deeper and try and find out what is going on inside. Or is this a road that you shouldn’t go down at all?

Oh!” is the brand spanking new single from Nolan G. (feat. Mateo Centeno) and it took me a few listens to get into it. Once I did however, I started dancing along and even tried out a new dance move in my lounge that I had been itching to do. This is a song all about the person that you care about but you aren’t sure if they feel the same way. Are they just playing you the whole time is the question here. You want them to care for you and if they don’t then the least they can do is let you down carefully and with class. This is a dance pop song that has good energy and I like the teamwork between Nolan and Mateo. They have a good vibe and let’s hope for more fun releases from the young pair.

Follow Nolan G. on his Insta to see when he is doing shows in your town and get a feel for his vibe.

Stream this new song right here on his Spotify and hear more from this talented musician as he improves after each release.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

GrayeScale returns to music game with trapped ”Shower Thoughts”

With an ability to both sing and rap to a very high standard, GrayeScale makes his comeback to the music game with his new single called ”Shower Thoughts”. After almost a year away from music releases, he drops this hauntingly passionate track to remind us of his incredible talent for storytelling.

I can’t work out if GrayeScale ended up getting married as per his 2nd to last Instagram post before the announcement for this new song. What I do know is that this single has so much pain inside and this is a sad song full of regret and negative thoughts. I also know what’s it’s like to be trapped inside your own head and this has all the signs of a man who needs those closest to him to step up.

Shower Thoughts” is a reflective song, full of sorrow and includes some quality singing and slick rapping from the young emcee. GrayeScale paints us a portrait of himself which graphically shows his current predicament of being stuck inside and not knowing how to fully breakout and claim his past exuberance again. This is a song of the highest quality, made with so much hurt, begging for us to unlock the door to his heart, so he may fly free again.

Stream more of this wildly talented artist right here on his SoundCloud.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen