REVIEW: Jamila Woods – HEAVN

Jamila Woods' debut album HEAVN oozes soul and meaning. With her sound resembling the likes of Jhene Aiko and Corinne Bailey Rae, Woods encapsulates resilience and protest in such a melodious way. Helped by Chance The Rapper and Saba, the singer probes into the calamity of today's society with particular assiduity to its racial contentions.... Continue Reading →

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Album Review: Kehlani – SweetSexySavage

2016 was pretty turbulent for Kehlani, bringing the highs – single Gangsta was on the soundtrack to the Oscar-nominated ‘Suicide Squad’, whilst her album You Should Be Here earned a Grammy nomination for Best Urban Contemporary Album – and the deepest low of being hospitalised after a failed suicide attempt. The singer brings her tempestuous... Continue Reading →

First blog post

I've always been apprehensive to start up a blog - part of it was because I never thought I'd have enough time to make it worthwhile, but my main concern was that nobody would read it! I did actually start creating one about 10 months ago to put towards a portfolio which was filled with... Continue Reading →

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