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Chay CEO – Take You Down: Seductively Soulful RnB

If up and coming RnB Soul artist Chay CEO has evaded your radar, we’ve got the perfect track to introduce you to her seductively alluring style.

Take You Down” is just one of the singles on the artist’s 2019 5-track EP “Therapy Session”. Each track tackles a different emotion which romantic relationships can invoke. Take You Down efficaciously captures the lust which can manifest as relationships are blossoming. If there’s any contemporary RnB single with the power to put you in the mood, it’s Take You Down.

Perceptibly, Chay CEO found the perfect balance of amorous romanticism and sexually-empowered attitude which makes it all too easy to get hooked into the soulful mix.

You can check out Chay CEO’s single Take You Down for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Singer-Songwriter Regina Fae has released her arcanely powerful single “Getting Over You”

Getting Over You is the fourth single to be released by singer-songwriter Regina Fae. And it is the fourth time she’s crafted an arcanely powerful soundscape which perfectly captures the complexity of emotion.

Getting Over You is so much more than your usual lovelorn song, it’s absolving, it’s raw, and instrumentally, it’s practically celestial. It’s rare to encounter a baroquely inspired romantic track which oozes strikingly contemporary appeal. Once you hit play, you’re on a journey, and you’ll be captivated until long after the accordantly heart-breaking, ethereally chilling outro.

You can check out Regina Fae’s single Getting Over You for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Keep up to date with her latest releases via Facebook.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Candian artist enFp-t drops new R&B love ballad ”These Days”

After growing up in Markham, Toronto in Canada, Aaron Sum aka enFp-T– knew what he wanted to do since a young age. Perform music. He just knew if from the bottom of his bones. Despite not being a big fan of piano lessons and learning about music theory growing up, he soon realized that he just to just needed to know the core and go from there.

These Days” is the latest track from this young artist and he impress on the love ballad that is ”These Days”. This is a fresh new track all about wanting to be with that special person and daydreaming about being with them.

enFp-T strives to be a figure of male sensitivity and unashamed of sharing his thoughts and feelings about relationships, romance, and introspection. His future projects are set to be totally honest and stack filled of thought-provoking ideas. This is a musician who loves to have fun during the process.

These Days” is a fine track for 2020 and the R&B vibe is for all to hear and enjoy.

Stream this brand new inspirational song about live here on Spotify.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Heistheartist sends us R&B love song with ”Boom (Love Version)”

Heistheartist is a passionate American Christian singer-songwriter from Central Islip in New York State. Formerly a neo-soul singer signed to Bentley Records under his biological name LeeMann Bassey.

Heistheartist discovered that his true calling was with the Lord after hearing an inspiring sermon by TD Jakes online one day. That same day, he was so inspired to help teach the world about the Lord like TD Jakes did with his sermon but through his music and meaningful message. Knowledge is one thing but if you can’t teach it, what is the point?

Boom (Love Version)” is his latest song as it has R&B bundles of joy attached all over to it. This is a love song through and though of course. The writer is in love and wants us to know that the heart is going crazy and it’s all boom, boom, boom inside. This is a sweet song to make us happy and this is much welcome in 2020.

Stream this new track right here on Spotify.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Nickita has released the tear-jerkingly enamouring lockdown video to their Pop single “You’re All I Want”

Even a lockdown couldn’t get in the way of up and coming Pop artist Nickita’s creative ingenuity. On April 7th the official homemade video to her single “You’re All I Want” premiered, even my slightly cold and damp soul feels a little warmer for seeing it.

Forget fast cars, sandy beaches and other snapshots of hedonistic glamour, seeing people step up to the plate to entertain the masses achieved more than a professional production ever could. The beaming faces of resilience were the perfect visual pairing to the smoothly romantic sun-soaked Pop hit.

There are hints of 90s Pop nostalgia weaved into the mix, but commercial appeal drips from the euphorically enamouring soundscape where Nickita’s soulful talent is undeniable.

You can check out the official video to You’re All I Want for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Elsa Dedi – Falling Apart: Resoundingly Captivating RnB Pop

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Elsa Dedi’s latest RnB Pop single Falling Apart featuring ABaire and Clever is a strikingly powerful radio-ready hit which stands as a testament to their dynamic vocal talent.

They may have utilised a timeless style in Falling Apart, but when the vocals are as fiercely passion-soaked as Elsa Dedi’s, the archetypal RnB Pop structure offers a brand-new contemporary appeal. To say Falling Apart is resounding feels like an understatement.

While many artists have versed about falling apart, through the lyrical poignancy and vocal intensity, you get a sense that Falling Apart is more than a soundscape. It’s an aural polaroid of the artist’s soul which captures lovelorn grief and frustration.

There’s no doubt that Elsa Dedi vocally held her own in Falling Apart. Yet, bringing ABaire & Clever into the mix, brought an alchemic amount of collaborative chemistry. There’s complete synergy in the emotion offered by each of the vocalists. It’s definitely not every day we get to hear that on a collaborative record.

You can check out Elsa Dedi’s latest single Falling Apart for yourselves via Apple Music or Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast