CONSIDER - DOUWE BOB
In the run-up to his film debut in the Dutch movie ’Singel 39', Douwe Bob released the film's title song: ‘Consider’. The song contains the roots of Douwe's interest: Americana, Country, Folk and a light Pop taste. ‘Consider' can now be heard on all music platforms and 'Singel 39' can be admired in Dutch cinemas from May!
PRIMADONNA - MADI BANJA
Swedish Hip-hop and R&B musician Madi Banja has announced his new upcoming EP with his newest single "Primadonna". The song is about hunting and longing for what everyone needs; a little love - and is a mix of dancehall drum rhythms with quirky reggae lyrics -comparable to that of Major Lazer.
SAW LIGHTNING - BECK
Music veteran Beck is back with his 14th(!) album. For his newest single ‘Saw Lightning’, Beck recruited none other than Pharrell Williams to co-produce the song. The combined forces of the two clearly show in the song, where Beck’s folksier slide guitar-play gets mixed up with the dancefloor-ready programmed beats by Williams.
THAT’S NOT TRUE - SKIP MARLEY, DAMIAN MARLEY
Speaking of reggae: maternal grandson of Bob Marley, Skip Marley has an expressionistic way of celebrating 4/20. By producing 'That’s not true', Skip reached out to his uncle, Damian Marley to add some really authentic Jamaican dub-tones; talent really runs through the family. The song has a medium tempo, but still transmits a good dose of energy with its raw sounding rap lyrics.
LONER (ACOUSTIC) - YUNGBLUD
YUNGBLUD normally brings a wild rodeo of raw energy, and in a way, this stripped down version of ‘Loner’ can still be called "a rodeo”. YUNGBLUD transforms ‘Loner’ into a classic country song by ridding the complete production to only have left some acoustic guitar-play and unmistakable banjo melodies.
YOU WERE GOOD TO ME - JEREMY ZUCKER, CHELSEA CUTLER
'You Were Good To Me' is the newest collaboration between Jeremy Zucker and Chelsea Cutler. After releasing their debut collab, ‘Better Off’, the two got back together to write new music, due to massive popular demand. The intimate folk-pop lullaby proves both’s vocal charms and writing chemistry: Zucker is a vocal lovechild of Ed Sheeran and Mumford and Sons, while Cutler’s gentle voice in this song is equal parts of silk and sugar.