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Soul Funk Pop

Nxion Fosh – The Way I’m Crying on the Floor: Artfully Soul-Soaked Alt Pop

Uptempo Pop hits which tackle real raw human emotion may be harder to find than toilet paper right now but up and coming Alt Pop artist Nxion Fosh has created a magnetic track with “The Way I’m Crying on the Floor”  which is dedicated to anyone who has ever experienced toxic relationships.

Naturally, a good proportion of the population will enjoy the soul-baring lyrics which work in perfect synergy with the unapologetically artful distinctively ingenious piano chord progressions.

You may have a hard time convincing the melody to leave you alone once you’ve heard it. But of all the Alt Pop earworms you can expose yourself to, The Way I’m Crying on the Floor is definitely up there with one of the most stylistic.

The Russian-born, New York-based artist is well worth having on your radars for their expressively authentic style and their perceptible ability to bring lyrical intimacy to the airwaves.

You can check out The Way I’m Crying on the Floor for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

William Bolton – Keep Me Waiting: Putting the Soul & Funk Back into Pop

Detroit-based up and coming artist William Bolton has recently released his debut single which happens to be the ultimate Pop earworm. Even though there is plenty of distinction found within his charismatic and contemporary style, William Bolton possesses the rare gift of the ability to make instantly accessible hits.

“Keep Me Waiting” was released on April 4th, 2019, and as debuts go, it doesn’t get much more promising. Carrying much, much more Funk and Soul than your average archetypal Indie Pop single you won’t have much of a choice in whether the lyrics and rhythm resonates. Even though Keep Me Waiting is a radio-ready single the production on the track has been kept minimal meaning that none of the sentiment is diluted and you’re treated to a compellingly candid aural offering.

You can check out William Bolton’s latest single Keep Me Waiting for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast