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London Pop Artists


”The Bad One” from Ray Emure is a terrific throwback to the 90’s

London’s Ray Emure is back and in a big way. The R&B/Pop/Electronic artist who mixes these genres together expertly, is here to sooth our souls in 2020. ”The Bad One” is all about knowing that you are ready to take control, have fun while making good decisions along the way. This is a very tricky path laced with temptations all across the path but definitely achievable, with a strong support structure to help keep you in line and to remind you of your goals.

The Bad One” is a well executed song and Ray’s strong vocal ability is on full show here. This is a quality effort and one to remind his current fans of his style and also to show new fans what they have been missing out on.

Stream this song on his SoundCloud page and follow London’s Ray Emure for more excellent music.

Review by Llewelyn Screen


M.R.J – What Can I Say?

Everyone needs a song like Unfinished Business by M.R.J in the soundtracks to their lives. Euphoric, funk dabbled, electro indie pop beats finished with the quintessence of an infectiously upbeat styling, who could beat it? Not many, that’s why stumbling across the gems that make up M.R.J’s track list was a pretty special moment. The contemporary Pop scene is a minefield at best, you never know what mixed bag of overproduced atrocities is waiting for you on the other side of the play button. So I’d like to thank M.R.J in restoring my faith in the Pop scene with this uniquely refreshing style. If you’re a fan of acts such as Alex Cameron & Jack Ladder, you’re going to love M.R.J.

Yet Unfinished Business incorporates the right amount of trepidation in his tracks to make sure you feel the full immersive explosion which accompanies the synthesised chorus.

Whilst the undeniable history of Pop is implored with the styling of M.R.J’s track, it’s clear that he sets his own standard and tone when it comes to his music.

The London based Pop artist always has new tracks in the mix, however in the mean time why not pop across where you can sample his latest hit Unfinished Business?