Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Chuuwee & Trizz:
The dynamic duo have created a blend of jazz and hip hop in the new track ‘3.5’ that allows for the stuttering synth patterns and fresh beats to come alive. Having already established successful solo careers, rappers Chuuwee & Trizz first joined forces over five years ago. As they gear up to release their fourth studio album, the duo nod to rap royalty that have made them the artists they are today, but also show they won’t stop doing what they love, which is ‘3.5’ is on another level of fresh.
The Brighton legend who is known in the clubbing and LGBT+ scene after hitting Gay Pride’s main stage more than once has created something only he could create. The new track, ‘Think of You’, is all about lifting your spirits and taking the listener away from the painful moments in life. The veteran in music has spent the last ten years showing just how talented he is with performances at globally renowned venues Pacha, Ministry of Sound and Gategrasher. The latest edition to Osaro’s bank of music boasts his distinctively vibrant vocals with ongoing booty shaking and atmospheric feels that promote smiles all around.
Brighton based Malaysian born songwriter Kaisha cites influences ranging from H.E.R, Mac Ayres and The Internet as she releases her new track, ‘Shoulda Known’. In 2015, Kaisha became immersed in neo-soul and R&B during her time at University, and that love is showing as the new track is all about the beginning of a new relationship, it’s close to flourishing, but being held back by the actions of the other person. It shows the hypnotic and captivating vocals, which sets the tone perfectly for her upcoming five track E.P, which has fans excited, but curious.
After Idris Elba took to social media to discover new talent, Emanuel stepped up with the release of his new track ‘Need You’. The cinematic feel to the track was created with the Canadian-Ethiopian’s experience of music being a healing factor for him, with the raw emotion from the piano sliding in is something that the refugee, who fled to North America, is known for. His fusion of premium visual art and emotionally engaging sonics mixed by Gary Noble (Amy Winehouse, Nas, Fugees), and this is the first track off the upcoming E.P. Emanuel has set the stage for something magical to happen.