Burna is also giving us a taste of what’s to come with a sneak peek at his upcoming visual for one of his stand out tracks, “Paradise”. Look for it to premiere at the top of next week and grab “Fear Is A Lie” wherever physical and digital music is sold.
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By Uptown Toney
Last week, producer extraordinaire Ducko McFli introduced us to a new artist by the name of PROPH when the two collaborated on an ill cut entitled “Lions Don’t Retire.” Back to put us up on more buzzing artist is the Nashville-native who collaborates this time around with an artist from his hometown, Mike Floss.
Floss, formerly known as Openmic is an old friend of Ducko and the chemistry shows on this trunk-rattling number titled “Dopeboy Dreaming.” To the sounds of Ducko’s infectious looped piano chords, whistles and steady percussions Floss pulls listeners into the post-Reagan, D.A.R.E. era where being a dopeboy has more upsides than down.
Stream the record below and look for more like it as Floss gets set to drop his debut mixtape, Don’t Blame the Youth later this year.
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By Uptown Toney
For all of those moody PBR&B and Future Bounce lovers that have never heard of Gallant, all me to introduce you to the Los Angeles-based singer. Making a name for himself last year with the release of his debut EP, Zebra, mysterious crooner has been pretty low-key ever since until earlier this month when he remembered with a new gem titled “Open Up.”
The super silky, slow moving bedroom R&B jam sparked new interest in the artist which carried over as Gallant releases his newest record “Talking In Your Sleep” produced by STiNT. More up tempo and than its predecessor, “Talking In Your Sleep” has a seductive Maxwell quality about whereas “Talking In Your Sleep” gives off more of an Usher “Climax” vibe.
Both records are equally brilliant with Gallant serenading listeners with his electrifying vocals atop of the electro-tinged boardwork. They’re both great in their own light. Take a listen for yourself below. Look for the records to ;and on Gallant’s forthcoming EP arriving later this year via Mind Of A Genius.
If you’re in NYC on June 11th, catch Gallant and Neon Gold artist, VÉRITÉ at the Westway for a Pop Shop performance. Peep details down bottom.