Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
CHKN – ‘Settle Down’ ft. Rosa & DJ Ironik
Following on from a wave of bold and engaging singles already, London-based artist CHKN now looks to continue this upward trend with the release of his latest cut ‘Settle Down’. Featuring singer Rosa and rapper DJ Ironik, the frontman follows in the footsteps of Mike Skinner to share a personal and down-to-earth tale of love and loss in the modern world.
Reece Lemonius – ‘Body Language’
After originally hitting the scene with the Mike Perry collaboration ‘Talk About It’, which went on to garner 75 million streams on Spotify, singer Reece Lemonius has been going from strength to strength ever since as he returns with his latest release ‘Body Language’. Creating a fresh and diverse middle ground between RnB and pop, his newest track sees him show off his stunning voice with a smooth and sensual production to boot.
Lauren Mayhew, Kymber McClay & INViDA – ‘Lies’
With a sound that always looks to blur the lines between pop and EDM, producer INViDA now returns with singers Lauren Mayhew and Kymber McClay to release his latest club-smasher ‘Lies’. Using lightly played guitar hooks with a bold and thumping beat, the trio look to set a scene of late-night beach-front clubbing that just screams Ibiza.
ANDRO – ‘Lost Cause’
Following on from the release of his heavily praised single ‘GYMH’ at the end of last year, singer and producer ANDRO now looks to take things up a notch as he returns with his latest cut ‘Lost Cause’. Mixing a soft and euphoric vocal performance with a warped and abstract production, he latest release sees him take on the experimental guise of artists like Prince with its bold and unique flavour.
Mackenzie Shrieve – ‘Wonderful’
Having spent the last few years loveingly crafting songs about heartbreak and relationships in inner-city life, New Yorker Mackenzie Shrieve now returns with her latest sweeping swoon ‘Wonderful’. Written on her childhood piano at her family home, this warm and inviting serenade showcases her beautifully intimate voice, which takes her audience on a nostalgic and heartfelt journey throughout.