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Swedish artist and producer Shadi G teams up with American artist Elijah Boothe on mesmerising new single ‘Mitoone’. Serving as her first offering that’s almost entirely sung in Persian, the enchanting number sees Shadi G’s woozy and captivating vocals blend with Elijah Boothe’s silken tones with ease over a rich, intoxicating beat-driven soundscape. Dive into the atmospheric nuances of ‘MItoone’ to the right.
Swedish actor / artist Robin Nazari shares new single ‘Zindigi’ (which translates to “Life”), a genre-bending love song taken from his forthcoming debut album which is out next year. Accompanied by an equally slick and classy music video directed by Enzo Paredes Diaz, the striking single serves as Nazari’s first multilingual offering and wonderfully presents a contemporary take on Kurdish music. Dive into the stunning track here and keep an eye out for Nazar’s debut album ‘Idag, Igår & Imorn’ next year.
Rising Swedish pop-star-in-the-making Hanna Jäger aka Yaeger teams up with Oscar Scheller on latest single ‘Nosebleed’, the follow up to ‘Peace n War’, a collaboration with Casper The Ghost. Encompassing a lo-fi atmosphere that sees Scheller lay down a slick trap-inspired beat riddled with soft electronics as the pair’s yearning tones wash over the soundscape. Check out the single up top and be sure to look out for more from this rising artist.
Consider yourself introduced to Swedish newcomer Max Nilsson aka Where Is Maps who steps into the spotlight with a dazzling single in the form of ‘Never The Same’. The infectious pop song serves as the lead single to his forthcoming debut EP which is out on December 17th via new label Dreams Never Die. Listen as Nilsson’s alluring vocals sweep across the bright soundscape that boasts groovy guitarlines, subtle synths and a killer beat.
Swedish singer/songwriter Nirob Islam aka SHY Nodi shares another delectable slice of trap inspired pop in the form of ‘Busy Making Plans’. The Stockholm based artist, who’s written for the likes of Jess Glyne, John Newman, The Chainsmokers and more, impresses once more as his slick vocals sweep across the crisp and icy production penned by Freddy Alexander.
Ros (‘rose’ in Swedish) is a rising singer from the south of Sweden who’s voice and new wave music has brought her on tour across the country the past months. She started 2018 with the release of her debut EP ‘Woke Up’ which was followed up by her exceptional 10 track album ‘Peaches n Cream’. The album is a collection of super smooth and laid back tracks, brimming with deep and downbeat trap instrumentation with Ros’ smooth voice at the core. Ros has worked with three of Sweden’s hottest producers around: Von Haartman, (who’s produced the most talked about tracks this year with rapper Fricky) By Any Means, and Academics. Ros’ career has rapidly gone from online buzz to a critical acclaim in no time at all – it’s safe to say that you definitely need to remember the name.
Molly Hammar’s debut EP fulfils her dream of making soulful R&B music. ‘Sex’ is an uncensored settlement with the shame around female sexuality; a 6 track EP about freedom and liberty, filled with anthems to deconstruct the social taboo around talking about the female body and sensual pleasure. Hammar’s voice is as smooth as silk as she sings about relatable themes of independence and that empowerment; ”I don’t need a man, I need a hand.”
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Swedish MC Silvana Imam linked up with two of the hottest names in the country’s hip-hop scene, Fricky and Khan-Ji, for a brand new 2-track release. First track ‘4 h’ is a slow, grooving love song; Khan-Ji sings with his distinctive deep, warbled voice ‘4 timmar, jag och du baby’ (‘4 hours, you and I baby’) over a bashment-infused rhythm, as Imam explains her love for her partner and Fricky completes the song with his sweet auto-tuned vocals. The mix between her direct rap delivery with Fricky’s piercing vocals combines again on smooth pop-trap effort ‘Ta Hand Om Dig’ (which means ‘Take Care Of You’), with the duo expressing their responsibility to be there for their loved ones. Imam’s ability to channel true emotions into her music and this collaboration’s careful blend of rap and melody has resulted in a pair of slick late summer jams.
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Sammy & Johnny Bennett hit the Swedish rap scene in spring 2016 when they released the video for the song ”5DF”, and the talk about the two brothers from Gothenburg quickly spread throughout the Scandinavian borders thanks to the duo’s outstanding rhythm and vibe.
Together with local RnB singer Parham Pazooki, they’ve cooked up ’Chans’ – a song about taking a chance on someone you really care for. The twins mix their slick rap flow together with Pazooki’s smooth, intriguing singing voice to create a late-night summer banger.
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Dive into the world of Sabina Ddumba. One of the most prominent figures in Sweden’s pop scene, her effortless, natural vocal tone makes her stand out from the crowd. At the age of 16 she joined Stockholm’s prestigious Tensta Gospel Choir (which has produced the likes of Lykke Li and Kristin Amparo), and it was here that she honed her talent and the star we see today was born. With a powerful voice and a charismatic aura, the listener is drawn into Sabina’s universe; her latest single ’Small World’ is a melodic story about finding hope in the commotion of everyday life, making the world seems to be a lot bigger than it really is; ”Maybe it’s a small world? You are not alone.”
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Fricky is the sparkling new voice from Sweden’s “dirty north”. One of the most exciting new artists to emerge on the country’s music scene, he has long been an acclaimed rapper but recently transitioned into RnB territory, unleashing a velvet smooth singing voice. His debut EP ‘Aqua Aura’ is the result of his reflections on life, and kicks off with the titular opening track, a slick, melodic trap affair.
Stockholm’s Cherrie is back at it once again. After the viral success of last year’s anthem ‘163 För Evigt’, the Swedish-Somali singer returns to deliver another smooth dose of R&B. An empowering testament to feminine strength and a declaration of love to family and friends, Cherrie’s honeyed vocals are the track’s driving force, creating a sound reminiscent of the early 00’s golden era, yet with a slick modern sheen.