Giving you two passes to enter into a sensuous escapade on his newest release from his long awaited EP, Worldstar, R.L King proves he’s mastering the art of vocal temptation as he sings 'don’t sweat, I want you, lord knows, I sin too'.
Dangling the forbidden apple in front of our eyes, temptation will have you giving into all guilty pleasures and disregarding the consequences.
“It’s about being human and giving into earthly desires such as ‘Temptation’. Personally, Its the most beautiful thing about a being, the ability to feel things like that. Temptation is the sonic form of my interpretation of that feeling” - R.L King.
Biting into your utmost desires and taking a plunge into your feels on the appetitively mellow Rojas produced track, Temptation isn't subjective to the external world, but also internal.
“I just want the listener to feel something" - R.L King.
With numerous projects on the way,R.L King is busy at work this year and you can expect everything including vinyls, merchandise and visuals for his Worldstar EP.
Inducing you into a sweet melody that embraces the changes in relationships just like when you outgrow a pair of jeans, is Priya Francis with her Nitecaller produced track 'Jeans'.
Delivering a blend of delightful melancholy notes, over Nitecallers guitar string simplicity, Priya Francis pens a comfortably transparent ode to the seasons of change in all its forms, while singing 'Maybe we've just reached the limit, and grown out of these jeans'.
"It was purely something I was just going through at the time, but I also knew it was something that a lot of people go through. The more invested I became in writing it, the more I realised that it wasn't a topic I had touched yet or heard covered in a way that resonated with me" - Priya Francis.
Through soft yet attention grabbing vocals,Priya Francis captures the temporary pleasure of a 'could be' forever possession, as she paints a simple concept in Jeans to the tune of having to move on from your favourite pair.
"Growing up is okay, and growing apart is part of that process that we all experience" - Priya Francis.
From the moment the beat drops to the first verse, Canary Gold is a hard hitting, high energy, lethal bass track. The type of track that'll have you hanging outside your car window while the music's blasting.
Buddy Ryan confidently flexes on the Cedes produced track, as he spits "Catalogue worth a mill, and still ain't got no deal". He's ice cold and on a no sweat vibe, that'll have you hyped up in seconds as he MERKS every vowel to verse.
"The idea came from the quarantine lock down where I was making a bunch of songs to stay busy. I felt that I haven’t made my best music yet. Canary Gold is about levelling up with a twist of cockiness. I was intentionally looking for an upbeat production to contrast my last release and this track came together perfectly" - Buddy Ryan.
Its uptempo feel makesCanary Gold summer playlist certified for the Southern Hemisphere, and straight Icy for the North with it's dark sounding undertones.
January 2021 is the month you need to note down cause Buddy Ryanhas drop after drop scheduled, including a 4 track collection project titled “The Bardo Tapes”. "It’s a 4 track collection of tracks I’ve put together from the 40 plus songs I’ve worked on this year" - Buddy Ryan.