Your next summer banger has arrived and it comes from the talent that has already given us one smash this year, KDA. KDA has already become one of my favorites since releasing “Turn The Music Louder (Rumble)” featuring Katy B and Tinie Tempah, both of which have been releasing constant bangers of their own. KDA comes back with some house goodness featuring the R&B songstress, Tinashe.
This track definitely takes Tinashe in a different direction, but I have to say she sounds fantastic. She gives a very sexy, 90’s vibe to this hard hitting house beat. I don’t see this song being a hit over here, but the UK will definitely eat this up just like they did KDA’s previous efforts. This track is a smash, and I am fully here to support KDA and whatever he brings out next!
Take a listen below!
One of my favorite artists is back, and seriously killing the game with this track. Tinie found success this summer with his smash Jess Glynn collaboration,”Not Letting Go“. Now he is back and ready to take over the dance floor again with his Zara Larsson assisted track, “Girls Like”.
This track is a serious smash, and gives me vibes from Tinie’s Swedish House Mafia track. The track is filled with pulsating house beats, with Zara Larsson giving us some serious vocals in this infectious chorus. This track is sure to be a smash soon, and hopefully USA catches up to this dance floor ready track!!
Take a listen below and get the gun fingers out for this one, and after the jump check out the bars that Tinie added to “Lush Life”.
Tinie Tempah makes his much awaited return to the music business with the release of the smash hit ‘Trampoline’. Tinie has always been one to make tracks for the dance scene and this track is definitely no different. I don’t really care for the 2 chainz feature, but all together this track is definitely a club hit across the seas. I just hope, like so many other tracks, it gains success over here in the UK like his previous tracks did!
2 of my favorite UK artists have joined together to cover Active Child’s ‘Hangin’ On’ and its absolutely beautiful. The original version is just as good, but I actually prefer this cover for once. Ellie Goulding just adds a kind of mysterious vibe and soothing touch to it with her unique vocals. Accompanied by Tinie’s verse, this track is definitely one of my favorites.
In other Goulding news, she has set a date for her new album ‘Halcyon’ for October 8th, and her single ‘Anything Could Happen’ is set for a September 30th release. The world is not ready for this new album
The talented Rita Ora drops a video for her debut Rihanna rip off single, R.I.P.
While the song is just alright, the video doesn’t help it either. She looks good in it, and I love how the video is done, it just doesn’t do anything. Easily forgettable.
I still have high hopes for her, she has quite a bit of talent so maybe if she can get signed to someone else rather than being Rihanna’s shadow, she could have quite an impact on the business.
Recently featured Rita Ora is trying to have quite a strong debut by releasing her Chase & Status produced tune, ‘R.I.P’ featuring UK rapper Tinie Tempah. This is the UK debut single she is going to have and I can clearly see why, it is definitely a lot more hard hitting than her USA debut ‘Party & Bullshit‘.
Take a Listen:
Although not as strong and catchy as ‘Hot Right Now’ with DJ Fresh, but definitely a strong debut. The original Chase & Status produced beat comes from Nneka’s ‘Heartbeat‘ remix, and honestly I prefer this Rita Ora version to that one. That being said, I’m not sure which single I prefer out of the two, seeing as ‘Party’ has grown on me since its first listen. It really is two different musical worlds, one is more dubstep influenced and a little like a Rihanna ‘Rated R’ throw away, the other is kind of like a Jessie J throw away track. Either way, I know she has way more vocal potential than both of these tracks, and I hope she releases a tune that shows that. I still haven’t given up on her just yet, I just hope she doesn’t sell out to the business.
Still good though