Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
No-Uh – ‘Medicine’
Having spent the last few years building up his reputation as one of the hardest and freshest rappers going right now, Seattle-based MC No-Uh has now returned with his latest banger ‘Medicine’. Taken from his latest EP ’98 Baby’, the artist channels the quickfire flow of Eminem and Lil Wayne for this bold and energetic new release.
Rex Evans – ‘Lil Shawty’
After forming his sound in the vast hip-hop culture that Atlanta has to offer, singer, songwriter and producer Rex Evans returns with his latest hard-hitting offering ‘Lil Shawty’. With a fondness for artists such as Prince, Cameo and The Weeknd, the artist looks to bring his diverse and explosive sound ripping through his latest banger.
Ossai Official – ‘St. Maria’
Having already made a huge name for himself in the Canadian afrobeat scene with his previous singles ‘Mignolet’ and ‘For You’, fast-rising Toronto native Ossai Official now looks to get our hips moving once again with his latest groove ‘St. Maria’. Produced by Brym and Jiggy YB, this smooth yet lo-fi offering shows us more of his subtle side, letting the rhythm and flow of his sound do the talking.
Haemish – ‘Rose Gold’
Despite only being sixteen-years-old, Melbourne-based artist Haemish is showing musical maturity far beyond his years as he unveils his new single ‘Rose Gold’. Inspired by the complex and diverse sounds of Billie Eilish and Dominic Fike, his latest gem mixes lo-fi aesthetics with a dreamlike flow, resulting in a wonderfully chilled and laid-back release.
Beattie – ‘Lucky’
Citing acts such as Lana Del Rey, Banks and Jorja Smith as influences, West London-based singer and songwriter Beattie finds herself more comfortable in the more sombre side of pop as she returns with her latest offering ‘Lucky’. Using little more than a piano and her own soaring voice, she delivers a strong and emotionally charged ballad that sets her apart from much of the capital’s exports of late.