ARTISTS WHICH KEPT US HOOKED IN FEB!
Artists are still managing to release innovative immersive music aiding us through another lockdown. Many artists have monetized on the time spent at home to finish projects and even collaborate with other artists (virtually of course!) February has seen some fantastic releases from established and debuting artists. Here is a round up of some of my favourites!
Ghetts- Conflict of Interest
Ghetts has released his major-label debut album Conflict of Interest, an emotional journey which delivers on all levels. This cinematic and emotive 16 track album meshes orchestral with grime and hip hop exceptionally, enveloping Ghetts poignant story telling. Ghetts, real name Justin Clark, recently signed to Warner and released his third studio album Conflict of Interest on 19th of February. The 36 year old singer debuted his first mixtape 16 years ago and has remained consistent in the grime and hip hop scene, growing a dedicated following. Conflict of Interest features Skepta, Giggs and Stormzy all contributing to the narrative.
Enny- Nu Normal
Enny released her debut single He’s Not Into You in 2020 and hasn’t slowed down since. Her following grew substantially after she performed Peng Black Girls with Jorja Smith for Colors youtube channel. The video has accumulated over 7 million views in just 2 months, an impressive feat for an artist who is just budding into the music industry. Peng Black Girls was my first introduction to South East Londoner Enny, I was immediately struck by her captivating lyrics and strong messages.
Now the 26 year old, who has been working with Collective Root 73, has just come out with her latest single Nu Normal with Baker Aaron, a Colors encore. Through Nu Normal Enny continues to demonstrate her versatility and lyrical brilliance.
Enny is definitely one to watch in 2021!