Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.Call Me Karizma - Life of the Party
Minneapolis artist Call Me Karizma transcends genres with his melancholic take on Alt-Pop, Life of the Party explores themes of mental health with a wildly relatable narrative. Taking flavours of Emo Rap and interpolating them with the glossiness and solid songwriting of Pop, he continues to develop the strong connection with his diehard fan-base.Nelson - Voyage
Genre defying producer Nelson Zavarella, known simply by his first name, takes you to outer space with his productionship on Voyage. With sound like a crossover of Mr Carmack and Aphex Twin, Nelson pulls sounds from organic and synthetic origins and pushes them to their boundary and beyond for his mind bending take on Trip Hop. Houssein - Summer Night
Houssein is soon to outgrow his Musical.ly fame, having garnered 1.5 millions it’s clear he has a connection with his audience and his fans are dutifully prepared for his follow to debut smash 5 Bucks. The 19 year old sensation excels once again with Summer Night that spins a story of unrequited love with his syrupy sweet tones working in unison with the grandiose piano and stadium drums.Ash Shakur - Underwater Love
South London artist Ash Shakur is known for fusing introspective lyrics and storytelling with a sharp wit. Sure to ignite sensations of nostalgia coupled with a warm summer mood, Underwater Love takes you on a journey out to sea with relatable metaphors of love just out of reach. The lyrical mood is brought into balance with the uplifting instrumental and emphatic attitude, all delivered in both a personable rap flow combined with smooth, melodic vocals. Dominique - Receipts
Dominique has total control of her refined artist vision, her honeyed voice combined with her stellar songwriting and forward thinking Pop production puts her in a league of her own. After turning heads and catching ears with her music, she shares Receipts that takes a sass filled view of a bad relationship. With everything so in check, Dominique is soon to be a household name.