Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.Qveen Herby - All These Hoes
Delivering a fierce swagger and undeniable flow, Qveen Herby is the L.A. based singer-songwriter and rapper that is soon to be everyone’s new favourite artist. Her stylishness graces everything she does, applying her versatility to her glossy and luxurious music effortlessly. Latest cut All These Hoes is a taste of yet to come from her forthcoming EP 3, laying down a sultry flow and im-pressive vocal performance atop a crisp trap-influenced instrumental that leaves you wanting more.Andreas Moss - Deep Down Below ft. Yacht Money
Swedish born, Nashville raised and L.A. based multi instrumentalist Andreas Moss makes a tri-umphant return to the fore with Deep Down Below. Filled with a summery energy readying you for the dancefloor, Moss has the nu-R&B world in the palm of his hand - smartly weaving together a myriad of genres that will undoubtedly have you nodding your head from start to finish.BRYNÄS - Information
BRYNÄS is the perfect pairing of two Swedish brothers making electronic waves via Berlin. Hav-ing honed their craft in critically-acclaimed bands Alberta Cross and The Ghost of Helgas, the pair are now taking control creating electronica soft-rock soundscapes, painting vivid imagery with their soulful vocals. Information takes you on a sonic journey through it’s musical atmosphere with a powerful message addressing current hidden political agendas.Lex Low - Temple
Lex Low is the emerging artist and producer you need in music library. Described as SOHN transported to the 80’s, Lex Low merges organic and electronic with electro-pop that’s ready to burst with groovy energy. Latest track Temple rides a very Ghost Loft meets 70s Disco wave, allowing for his falsetto to set an incredible soulful melody that’ll have you humming it all day.ThatGirlWarren - Dirt On My Name
ThatGirlWarren is the attitude laden nom de guerre of South-London born and raised singer-songwriter and producer Ella Rose. Her unique blend combines early ‘naughties’ hip-hop, R&B and Grime with modern flavours of Trap, Afroswing and Bashment - all combined with aplomb which shows her true versatility as an artist. Dirt On My Name is a heady, downtempo track about being confident in yourself, expressed by her smooth London tones.