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.

Chronixx – Dela Move

March 17

Jamaican artist and COLORS alumni Chronixx shares ‘Dela Move’, a fiery and utterly enchanting new single from his forthcoming second album titled ‘Dela Splash’. Accompanied by an equally stunning music video directed by Nabil Elderkin, the track sees blazing production from J.L.L. and Chronixx which is topped off by the latter’s smooth voice. What stands out on ‘Dela Move’, is its sneaky and ferociousness – there’s an underlying darkness that clouds the soundscape which also seeps its way into the songwriting. Check out the visual and keep an eye out for the new album which is out later this year.

Dre Island – Be Okay (ft. Jesse Royal)

January 19

Jamaican reggae artist Dre Island yearns for a better future in his new single ‘Be Okay’, a collaboration with fellow native Jesse Royal. A song about the hardships that life brings, an acoustic version of ‘Be Okay’ was first debuted last November on Jamaican Youtube channel Jussbuss TV, and today we get to hear the final version. Features a brilliant verse from Jesse Royal, ‘Be Okay’ serves as a ray of hope; a reason to push through the struggles no matter what.

Koffee – W (ft. Gunna)

November 27

Jamaica based artist Mikayla Simpson aka Koffee teams up with fellow COLORS alum and rapper Gunna on blistering new single ‘W’. Serving as the follow up to the rising star’s debut project ‘Rapture’ (which is now nominated for a Grammy for Best Reggae Album), ‘W’ is another fiery track which showcases Koffee’s slick delivery as she implores the listener to focus on the wins and not the losses. Check out the track and Matt Baron directed video here and if you haven’t already, be sure to check out both Koffee and Gunna’s COLORS sessions.

Alexx A-Game – Go Harda

June 8

As his name suggests, Jamaica’s Alexx A–Game never comes with anything less than 100%. His own smooth brand of dancehall is infused with influences of classic RnB and hip-hop, creating a slick, soulful sound that allows him to showcase the strength of his sweet vocals and motivational lyricism. After three successful releases on UK-based label Swing Ting including last year’s standout Braver, he returns with his first release of the year ‘Go Harda’, a steady groove with an uplifting message.

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