2Lee Stark & Stephen of Kent – There May Be Wolves

July 16

The producer Stephen Of Kent has linked up with rapper 2Lee Stark to create some of South Africa’s most cutting edge contemporary hip-hop. Kent’s first commercially released body of work, ‘There May Be Wolves’ is a joint EP project between the two that draws inspiration from the popular TV series Game Of Thrones; 2lee’s name references the House Stark, whose symbol is a wolf, with the tape’s concept revolving around the fable of “the boy who cried wolf”, framing this project as the genuine breakthrough they’ve prophesied so often before.The pair worked on this album in the OFF BOYZ Recording Label “Winter” campaign, which will also include two upcoming individual singles from each from the artists.

T. Evann – Undercover Women

December 3

London based artist T. Evann (aka Tyler Darrington) unveils sparkling new single ‘Undercover Women’ which is taken from his forthcoming new EP. Serving as the follow up to previous single ‘Clearer’, the new gem kicks into fifth gear from the get go with the grooviest of guitars and striking drums to serve as the perfect backdrop for Evann’s infectious melodies and charming vocals. Dive into the funk-filled atmospherics of ‘Undercover Women’ here and keep an eye out for T. Evann’s new EP titled ‘Headblush’ which drops on December 8th.

QuinzeQuinze – Le Jeune

December 2

French outfit QuinzeQuinze (aka Ennio, Julia, Marvin, Robin and Tsi Min) unveil their striking and utterly intoxicating new EP titled ‘Le Jeune’. Self-described as ‘𝐂LᎥ𝓜𝒶𝐓𝔦ᑕ M𝓾s𝐢ᑕ’, the quintet’s surreal and inventive sound is ever present from opener ‘Pa’iPa’i’ to closer ‘Bolero’, boasting refreshingly vibrant soundscapes that straddle the line between organic and otherworldly. With ‘Le Jeune’, QuinzeQuinze prove why they’re one of the most inventive and original acts around. Stream the EP in its entirety here and be whisked away to the extraterrestrial world of the group.

Greentea Peng – Spells

South London based songstress and COLORS alumna Greentea Peng celebrates her birthday (December 1st) with the release of the soul-stirring and mesmerising ‘Spells’. Accompanied by an equally meditative and healing music video directed by Machine Operated, the SAMO & KIKO-produced cut features the singer’s majestic tones sweeping across the breezy electronic-led soundscape. Dive into the captivating single here.

Sevana – Blessed

November 30

Jamaican singer/songwriter Sevana unveils the uplifting and heartwarming visual for ‘Blessed’, a stand out from her new EP ‘Be Somebody’ which dropped this past summer. Directed by Yoram Savion, the clip “follows the story of a woman lost in the wilderness” and serves as a metaphor for Sevana’s “spiritual growth”. Check out the gorgeous visual here and be sure to give ‘Be Somebody’, which features standout single ‘Mango’ too if you haven’t already done so.

cktrl – robyn

November 29

London based producer and multi-instrumentalist cktrl aka Bradley Miller unveils ‘robyn’, his stunning new EP which follows up last year’s ‘COLOUR’ project. Setting the scene wonderfully with the transcendent instrumentation of ‘dreams of you, are too much to speak.’, the four-track project captures cktrl’s exploration of the “physical form of heartbreak” whilst reflecting on the pain and “journey of healing”. With ‘robyn’, cktrl has crafted a piece that soothes and heals your heart; it’s an absolute stunner from start to finish.

Nina Chuba – Babylon Fall

November 28

Hamburg, Germany based artist Nina Chuba follows up her superb debut EP ‘Power’ with hard-hitting new single ‘Babylon Fall’. Showcasing a new side to the newcomer’s repertoire, ‘Babylon Fall’ sees Chuba lay down her apocalyptic critique of “all the stuff I think that should go first when the world finally ends” delivered with a slick flow over explosive electronic beats. Stream ‘Babylon Fall’ here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from Nina Chuba next year.

Young Franco – Fallin Apart (ft. Denzel Curry & Pell)

November 27

Sydney-based artist Young Franco links up with COLORS alumni and Miami rapper Denzel Curry and Pell on groovy new single ‘Fallin Apart’. Driven by an infectious beat that features a refreshing sample of Steve Monite’s ‘Things Fall Apart’, the track is an instant hit that is only heightened by Curry’s playful delivery and witty wordplay whilst New Orleans bred, Jackson-based Pell rounds out the track with his own sharp verse. Dive into ‘Fallin Apart’ here, it’s an absolute bop from start to finish.

HANZ – VAGABOND

Haitian-American artist HANZ follows up his ‘PRAYLUDE’ EP from earlier this year with his debut full-length mixtape ‘VAGABOND’. Over the course of the tape’s ten tracks, HANZ showcases his immense versatility as both a rapper and singer as well as his sharp penmanship over superb soundscapes courtesy of Flaire and Fantom Limb. From the powerful opener ‘MWENSE MWENSE’ and ‘Process’ to glitchy electronic-led ‘Blame Me’ and grand atmospherics of ‘Burbank’, ‘VAGABOND’ solidifies HANZ as one of the most exciting voices around.

Harve – Anything (ft. Fatima)

November 25

South East London-based artist Harve teams up with Stockholm-born, London-based artist Fatima on their delectable new single ‘Anything’. Produced alongside Josh Scarbrow, the single embodies a blissfully smooth and calming atmosphere as Harve and Fatima lay down their silky vocals over the electronic and piano-led instrumentation. Check out the uplifting cut here and be sure to keep an eye out for Harve’s forthcoming sophomore EP which is set to drop early next year.

ADIV – Blue Gene

November 24

US-based multi-disciplinary artist ADIV teases his forthcoming debut project with the release of his fantastic new single and video ‘Blue Gene’. Serving as the follow up to previous cuts ‘Time’ and ‘Nothing Dies’, the sparkling cut encompasses a slick soundscape comprising crisp drums and gorgeous basslines that are smothered with ADIV’s impeccably smooth and soothing tones. Check out ‘Blue Gene’ and it’s equally stunning music video here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from this rising artist in the new year.

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George Riley – TRIXXX

Emerging London-based artist George Riley follows up her fantastic single ‘Move’ from earlier this year with the equally hypnotic ‘TRIXXX’ which is produced by Oliver Palfreyman. A shape shifting electronic cut that opens with a disorienting, otherworldly soundscape, ‘TRIXXX’ seeps its way into your heart with its mesmeric psychedelia and Riley’s delicate vocals finding the perfect juxtaposition. With ‘Move’ and now ‘TRIXXX’ (which arrives with a splendid music video directed by Cato X MISSOHIO), George Riley has cemented her status as one of the most exciting prospects for 2021 and beyond.

MANON – 18

November 22

Consider yourself introduced to Japanese multi-disciplinary artist MANON and her scintillating new single ’18’ which is produced by KM. Accompanied by a brilliant music video directed by MANON and ZOEY, the explosive cut follows previous singles ‘2 LIVE IN A REAL WORLD’ and ‘WORLD’S END’ (ft. dodo) from earlier this year. Soundtracked by an icy electronic beat, the track sees MANON lay down her sugary vocals with an effortless, almost nonchalant flow – see yourself here.

Stiff Pap – Ngomso (ft. Moonchild Sanelly)

November 21

Consider yourself introduced to the vibrant atmospherics of South African duo Stiff Pap (aka singer-songwriter Ayema Problem and multidisciplinary artist Jakinda) and their superb new single ‘Ngomso’ featuring Moonchild Sanelly. Accompanied by an equally hypnotic and vivid music video that is produced and directed by an all-female team based in Cape Town, the scintillating single comprises a refreshing electronic beat expertly blended together with South African inspired rhythms to serve as the perfect backdrop for Ayema Problem and Sanelly to lay down their freeing tones. Check out ‘Ngomso’ here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from Stiff Pap.

Matilda Mann – Because I Wanted You To Know

November 20

London-based singer/songwriter Matilda Mann, who performed for our HOME/BRED series earlier this year, shares her stunning new EP ‘Because I Wanted You To Know’. Featuring previous singles ‘Happy Anniversary, Stranger’, ‘As It Is’ and ‘Japan’, the five-track EP is rounded off with the gentle inflections of ‘Robbed’ and gritty, guitar-laden atmospherics of closing track ‘Paper Mache World’. Stream ‘Because I Wanted You To Know’ in its entirety here.

ROZET – Rigamarole

November 19

Miami-born, Texas-based singer/songwriter ROZET unveils the captivating music video to her brilliant new single ‘Rigamarole’. Following her magnificent debut offering ‘Phantom City’ which dropped earlier this year, ‘Rigamarole’ is accompanied by a clip that reflects the pain endured by the black community in a Trump-led America and wonderfully captures the track’s empowering and ruthless sentiment. Check out the striking visual to ‘Rigamarole’ here and be sure to keep an eye out for more from this rising artist.

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Kenzie TTH – Needed More

November 18

Boston-born, London-raised vocalist and songwriter Kenzie TTH (fka Kenzie) shares another sparkling cut in the form of ‘Needed More’. Taken from her forthcoming new EP which is out early 2021, ‘Needed More’ serves as the follow up to recent cut ‘Losing Sleep’ and sees the artist lay her gorgeous tones over an icy trap-inspired beat. A vibe from start to finish, check out the brilliant single here.

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Babe Rainbow – Zeitgeist

November 17

Byron Bay, Australia-based psych-pop outfit Babe Rainbow return with the release of sun-soaked, dreamy new single ‘Zeitgeist’. Serving as the band’s first release of the year, the shimmering single is taken from a forthcoming double A-side 7″ which will be released by Flightless Records. Soundtracked by radiant guitars and mellow rhythms tinged with bright synths, the track’s ethereal and psychedelic aesthetic is taken to by the gorgeous vocals that drift across the soundscape like a gentle breeze. Warm your soul with ‘Zeitgeist’ here.

Dugong Jr – Pleasure Principle

November 16

Melbourne, Australia-based multidisciplinary artist Dugong Jr shares his highly-anticipated new EP ‘Pleasure Principle’. With contributions from the likes of Jordan Dennis, Evangeline and Rromarin, the six-track project features previous cuts like ‘Ghost’ and ‘Float’ as well as new gems ‘Slow It Down’ and ‘On My Own’. Throughout the project, Dugong Jr casts his sonic wizardry with funk-filled electronic beats that are topped off by the slick vocals from his fellow Aussie contemporaries. Stream ‘Pleasure Principle’ in full here.

Loshh – Feelam

November 15

Consider yourself introduced to Nigerian, Netherlands-born, London-based newcomer Loshh who dazzles with his incredibly groovy and intoxicating debut single ‘Feelam’. Lifted from his forthcoming EP which is slated to drop next year, the energetic track is an absolute vibe from start to finish. Everything from the spirited instrumentation that finds beauty behind the madness to Loshh’s lively and passionate vocals will uplift and get you moving; check out ‘Feelam’ here and “get in the groove”.

rei brown – Forever

November 14

Japanese artist rei brown shares stunning lo-fi RB cut ‘Forever’ which is co-written by rising singer/songwriter Joji. Serving as the follow up to the likes of ‘Bubble’, ‘Islands’ and ‘Honest’ from earlier this year, ‘Forever’ showcases rei brown’s irresistibly dreamy and smooth vocals and poignant songwriting over a choppy electronic led beat. Check out the single and it’s equally atmospheric music video here.