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Maya Jane Coles Weak Tiger Stripes remix premiere

Supporting Depeche Mode on tour and being sampled for Nicki Minaj’s hit Truffle Butter – singer-songwriter Maya Jane Cole has come a long way and doesn’t think about stopping anytime soon. The highly acclaimed songstress, who creates her artwork herself, already performed at the world’s biggest festivals, Coachella being one of them. Being a model at the same time, Maya Jane Cole could already been seen on renowned magazines or campaigns such as Dr. Martens. While her modeling career has an eno

A Sit Down With…Cadet | Pardon My Blog

Grinding his way to the top is Cadet’s mission. Outstanding lyricism which genuinely captures his emotions and gritty bars managed to get the rapper from South London enormous support from industry leaders such as Charlie Sloth, DJ Semtex, Wiley and Stormzy. Recently, the „underrated legend“ caused attention through his release of letters to his cousin Krept from rap duo Krept & Konan in which he contemplates about their relationship and his retrieval of motivation regarding music by going to

Are We Rating….Casscade’s In The Moment? | Pardon My Blog

After releasing his highly anticipated Living In The Moment EP earlier this year, North West London’s Casscade just dropped the visuals for his wavy track In The Moment. While his previous single Mood Rings included more up-beat and stirring elements, In The Moment showcases his rather melodic side and gives off laid-back summer vibes. The music video contains everything fun – board games, video games, drinks and banter with his TooRare ToDie gang. Of course gorgeous ladies are present as well!

Are We Rating… Mugun’s new track ‘The Sweetest Ting’? | Pardon My Blog

The Sweetest Ting is the new release from Coventry-based rapper Mugun. Kickstarting his musical journey last year by winning ‘Best Urban Act’ at the Unsigned Music Awards and receiving a ‘Get Rated’ nomination at the Rated Awards, he was soon named as ‘one to watch’. Now everybody knows that Lauryn Hill is an absolute queen, which is probably also what Mugun thought when he decided to sample the instrumentals to her classic The Sweetest Thing. Cleverly enough, he renamed his track to The Sweete

Are We Rating… Fabian Secon’s x 5ive Beatz Until We Meet Again? | Pardon My Blog

Today saw the release of Fabian Secon‘s new EP Until We Meet Again, on which he teamed up with producer 5ive Beatz for the production side of things. Fabian is anything else but still unknown in the music business though. Just last year he unveiled his debut EP Don’t Disturb – an effort which soon gained him the title of ‘one to watch’ by industry tastemakers such as MOBO and Complex. Until We Meet Again comes with four tracks in total, each one being a masterpiece of its own. Kicking off wit

EMIL links up with P Money for debut single “Hero” | Pardon My Blog

Emerging singer EMIL recently unveiled the official visuals for her current single Hero featuring close friend P Money. This is not their first collaboration though as she has previously featured on his mixtape Money Over Everyone, so her vocals might sound familiar to some. Born and raised in the 90’s, the Hackney-based artist grew up listening to the likes of Sade and Lauryn Hill from who she draws inspiration for her songs – as again evident in Hero. The soulful Ras-produced track finds EM

Are We Rating… L Martin x Maine’s new visuals for new track Eminem? | Pardon My Blog

You may or may not have heard of North London rap collective TOORARE TODIE already. Consisting of Stash Peso, Casscade, Monroe, Maine and L Martin – each one unique in their own way – the artists have made proper waves over the past years, including airplay on BBC Radio 1xtra. Recently L Martin teamed up with Maine for their collaborative track Eminem, a truly mesmerizing and compelling release. Alongside the Jae Dhi-produced beat, both rappers showcase their ability of delivering strong vocals

Afropunk: This year’s headliners | Pardon My Blog

Afropunk returns to London this weekend and we cannot wait. Celebrating black alternative culture, the two-day long festival is all about diversity and, most importantly, music. Already in the past years, Afropunk could boast with a solid line-up, and this year the selection of headliners certainly does not disappoint either. Let’s have a look at this years headliners! The name is programme. Having met via MySpace back in the day, Syd and Matt from The Internet eventually met a couple years af

WPGM Recommends: Ciara - Jackie (Album Review)

Ciara has been in the music business for a very long time now. Starting off as a youngster with the Lil Jon-produced hit “Goodies” back in 2004 she has come a long way. With absolute bangers such as “Like A Boy” and “Promise”, she thoroughly worked herself up to the top of the R&B game. And it is safe to say that every time she has released a new album, it has sounded a bit more mature and different to the previous ones. After giving birth to a son and going through a rather tough break-up w

We Plug To You... Audrey Rose

Being called the little Alicia Keys because of her cover rendition of “Fallen” back in her teen years, newcomer Audrey Rose has finally shown us that she has a lot more in store than that. Audrey, whose real name is Natalie, grew up in New Jersey and is of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent. Her artist name was influenced by her mother Audrey, who died when Rose was only a four years old. From early childhood, it was her biggest dream to become a singer one day, and her dream obviously got f
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