This song is the flipside to a song like differentology, Lea-Anna’s new song is a gorgeous reggae tinged love song. Lea-Anna expresses her desire for a certain someone to find her love. It’s fantastic in it’s way that it’s restrained. The vocals and instrumental find space and compliment each other well (the song is produced by her frequent collaborator Wundah). Not sure when this is coming out but make sure you keep an eye out for it.
It’s that time again; we are back at The Libertine Pub in Borough this Saturday March 16th for more warm up vibes. Come and join us for the best house party in a pub in the whole of London. Kazabon & Hootie Who will be providing you with a soundtrack of party starters to get you in the mood for clubbing. Hits from Hip Hop, Dancehall and R’n’B will get your Saturday night kicked off correctly whether you are catching up with friends over pizza and drinks or getting ready for a night of raving and misbehaving! Check the facebook event page for more details.
You can also listen to a taster of what HDD House Party is like with this 2 hour recording of our set from last month. Put it on at work and have a sly little dance to this.
In a similar manner to Aidonia, Mr Vegas does what he does and in this case it’s great. Not sure about the odd male booby jiggling bit but it’s Vegas in full party mode. The first song is on the Belize Rum and the second sounds like an aught’s riddim.
The song which jumped out as a hit from when we first heard it now has a video. Cham is mainly seen relaxing by the pool whilst O entices us with her chorus in various spots in Miami. Things we would like you to look out for in this video, the couple staring at O on the bus, the side eye that O gives the other girl in the bar area and this BBM convo.