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English Rapper ScratchyJoe refuses to give up without a fight and strives to ”Keep On”

You can never give up. Even if you have been told that you are in the wrong career or should just give up. It’s vital to never listen to these negative notions if you truly believe that this is what you love and should be doing. Music heals all and is good for the soul anyway.

UK emcee Scratchy Joe has just release his middle finger anthem to all the haters on his brand new Facebook single ”Keep On”. This is a story about how he loves what he does and won’t give up until he chooses to. Doing things on your own terms is important when you are in the music game as there are a lot of so-called experts out there that are just looking to bring you down. This is a song all about that and this emcee has lots of energy and style about him. With such a raw song he might not be everyone’s cup of tea but we should admire his persistence. I’m excited to see how he develops and which producers and other artists he works with next.

Click on Facebook to see this music video and more posts from Scratchy Joe.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Tischa Kent – Faking: Cher Has Never Had Competition… Until Now

Oh God damn. There is no preparing you for the weight behind Tischa Kent’s vocal power in her latest track Faking. The lack of a prelude was a risky move, yet it irrefutably paid off. You’re left bruised by the pensive poignancy of the lyrics before the first verse even runs through. The stripped back EDM Pop beats set the perfect platform for the Canterbury, UK-based up and coming artist to lay down her heavy, yet soaring vocals. Yet, when the beat drops, it drops and bleeds synth reverb over Tischa Kent’s resounding harmonies. With a vocal style which sits in between London Grammar’s Hannah Reid and Cher it really is staggering that she’s still an unsigned artist. Someone give the girl a record deal.

You can be bowled over by Tischa Kent’s latest single Faking yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast