Remember, during your search for a last minute costume this weekend and realizing you may be getting a bit old for this – you are not alone. Despite indecisive stances on holidays and attempting to find a social event, giving new music a listen is much easier challenge. Enjoy releases from a folk artist who effortlessly creates a wave of serenity, a rap duo bringing the beats and tales from growing up in The Bronx, and a multifaceted producer focused on creating a story through sound, all Out Today.
Henry Jamison‘s debut album could not have come at a better time. The singer/songwriter has racked up over 20 MILLION listens to his single “Real Peach” earning over a million Monthly Listeners on Spotify and just wrapped up his UK/European tour. The Wilds via Akira Records personifies your most tranquil state. His poetic messages about the traumas of life and passion for those closest to him, make this record both relatable and admirable. Catch Henry on his North American tour this upcoming December and capture the breezy sensation of The Wilds, with “Real Peach.”
Bringing rap back to its origins of honest tales and raw emotions, is a breath of fresh air in a world of mainstream monotony. Camp Lo has been at the rap game since the 90s, and the pair, comprised of Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede, have continued to reinvent their signature style. The Get Down Brothers from Vodka & Milk 2 takes listeners on a rollercoaster through the past, present and future. Listen to “Crocket & Tubs” and you’ll get a gist of how these Bronx natives embody the birthplace of rap.
People often emotionally relate to specific lyrics or vocals. Those who are familiar with L’Orange know his tracks focus on creative production to paint a picture and inspire a similar impact. His long list of features including Erica Lane, Blu and Stik Figa, to name a few, help bring his atmosphere to life through bangers about relationship troubles and the ups and downs that come with life. With catchy beats and big sounds The Ordinary Man from Mello Music Group has developed contagious tunes like the stand out track, below, “Blame The Author” featuring Del The Funky Homosapien.