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90s Reggae Soul Pop lives again through breaking artist Jindi’s single “Midnight Love”

Reggae Soul artist Jindi encapsulated the smoothly romantic 90s Reggae Pop vibe with the standout single “Midnight Love” from their EP “1995”.

Along with the unfiltered romanticism and funk-riddled rhythms, you can expect a flood of nostalgia to hit and allow you to reminisce over amorous sun-soaked memories. Any form of escapism is more than welcome these days, and escapism doesn’t come much sweeter than what the warm tones in Midnight Love have to offer.

There may be elements from decades past within Midnight Love, but with the artist’s uniquely evocative appeal and fresh approach to production, their earworm more than deserves a spot on international radio waves.

You can check out Jindi’s single Midnight Love along with the rest of the EP for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia

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Jesse Grossi – Aquarius: Sticky-Sweet Reggae Pop Rock

Reggae is renowned for its feel-good vibes and ability to feed us sun-soaked grooving euphoria, but in Jesse Grossi’s enamouring mix of Reggae, Pop,  Ska and Rock Aquarius you’ll feel a smorgasbord of uplifting emotions.

The track kicks off with an atmospherically moody Indie Rock prelude before breaking into punchy Ska rhythms which lead up to sticky-sweet Pop rock choruses with plenty of inventive instrumental experimentalism thrown in for good measure.

For anyone who grew up holding Peter Andre’s hit Mysterious Girl close to their hearts, Aquarius isn’t just a playlist essential. It’s the ultimate Reggae Rock taste breaker.

Naturally, we’re all too excited to hear what the LA-based artist will release next.

You can check out Jesse Grossi’s single Aquarius for yourselves via Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Harmonical – No Time to Die (James Bond Theme) featuring Elan Noelle

You may have heard many different variations of The James Bond theme No Time to Die. But, it’s safe to say it has never been as vibrant or as exotic as Harmonical’s uniquely sensuous Reggae reimagining.

Harmonical teamed up with Elan Noelle to create the sun-soaked energetic hit which will allow you to forget to search for similarities in the original. Instead, the warmth which radiates from the instrumentals and the soul which seeps from the vocals combine to offer a rhythmically rapturous soundscape which Harmonical undoubtedly made her own.

Each track we hear from Harmonical affirms just how much talent she harnesses when it comes to emotive, deftly constructed harmonic earworms. As ever, we’re excited to hear what comes next.

You can check out the official video to Harmonical’s groove-filled cover of No Time to Die for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Keeana Kee releases her latest exotic soul-drenched floor-filler “Shoot Me Up”

If you’ve not already been acquainted with up and coming artist Keeana Kee’s unique mix of Spanish influenced Soul Pop, her latest single “Shoot Me Up” is the perfect introduction to her rhythmically organic sound.

If you’re looking for a danceable vibrant floor-filler, look no further than the exotic arrestive euphoria found in Shoot Me Up. There aren’t all too many artists bold enough to go as salacious as Keeana Kee went with Shoot Me Up. That daring approach to her sound can be found everywhere from the lyrics to the beats. So, there’s little room to wonder why Keeana Kee has been able to amass such an eager following with her sultry vocals and ability to create a unique new evolution of Pop.

You can check out Keeana Kee’s single Shoot Me Up for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Shim AA makes their debut with the Reggae Floor-Filler “About Last Night” ft. Alice Caioli

Breaking Future Pop artist Shim AA teamed up with Pop vocalist Alice Caioli for their sun-soaked debut single “About Last Night” which was an instant hit with Reggae Pop fans looking for a rhythmically flawless floor-filler.

Expect pounding bass, organically tribal percussion, and one of the most vibrant soundscapes which has dropped this year. The EDM beats are intense, but the intensity of the euphoria contained in About Last Night is much more powerful. Debut singles don’t come much stronger than About Last Night. We can only live in hope that this isn’t the last we’ll hear from Shim AA this year.

You can check out Shim AA’s debut track About Last Night for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast