An R&B and Soul specialist in her own right, ‘Jade Latrice’ drops first single of the year ‘Somebody To Somebody’.

Returning to the airwaves after an impressive breakthrough in 2021, rising R&B star Jade Latrice once again demonstrates why she is one of the genre’s prime candidates to take over the airwaves in 2022 and beyond. ‘Somebody To Somebody’ premieres on January 28th, 2022, and comes hot off the heels of her prior release, ‘Make It Home’, which went on to chart at #7 on the Digital Radio Tracker charts. An R&B and Soul specialist in her own right, her first single of the year, Somebody To Somebody, perfectly encapsulates how Jade Latrice translates her thoughts into sound. With a groove-packed foundation of broken-beat drums, syncopated bass and emotive synthesis, the track perfectly compliments Jade’s ever-soulful, always-smooth vocal performance. It’s soulful to the core, with lyrics that exert an air of relatability as they narrate the constant push and pull that comes with all relationships. A soulful reminder that you always come first – it’s Jade’s elegant voice, lyrical depth, and confidence behind the microphone that has come to define her signature sound. “Somebody to Somebody represents who you are. No matter what life challenges are and ups and downs with friendships and relationships. You are somebody to somebody.” Jade […]

‘Gio Basha’ has created his own genre of rap altogether.

The Bronx is a rough part of New York City that has been home to many great rappers. Artists such as Cardi B, Fat Joe and more recently drill rapper Kay Flock to name a few. Now a new name is emerging, Gio Basha. Not your traditional drill rapper, Basha has introduced a new kind of rap style to the New York drill scene and a lot of people are paying attention. His lyrics are poetically violent and steeped in intelligent punchlines. So whether or not you like gangster rap, Basha’s wittiness supersedes the aggressive nature of his music. He offers a unique approach to drill, rapping over drill styled beats in a not so drill kind of way. If you know your HipHop, Basha’s bars and flow are more consistent with east coast rap music of the early 2000s. Somehow Basha finds a way to integrate that early rap style to follow the pace of new school drill beats. This has left many critics wondering if Basha has created his own genre of rap altogether. Initially, Basha began rapping in memory of his friend who was murdered in 2020. In an interview Basha said, ”It was my friend’s dream […]