Nomi Salee’ Shares new single “Kooky Arrogant Racist Entitled Narcissist (K.A.R.E.N.)”
Fast rising singer and songwriter Naomi Miller, aka NOMI SALEE is out with the release of a brand new single titled “Kooky Arrogant Racist Entitled Narcissist (K.A.R.E.N.)”. She is a senior at Connecticut College. The 2020 Covid shut down inspired her to write what may very well be, the music industry’s most intriguing debut EP of 2022.
The first single, “Kooky Arrogant Racist Entitled Narcissist (or K.A.R.E.N.)” is a soulful sardonic explosion, driven by a pleading Hip Hop sample which creatively takes all damsels in guileful distress to task.
Majoring in Government and minoring in Theater, Nomi Salee’ is more than willing to brave difficult subjects in her music. An artist who grew up listening to legendary giants like Lauryn Hill, Aaliyah and Marvin Gaye, Nomi explains, “Set my revolutionary precedent.” Her father, Elliott Ness, of the golden era group, E.S.P. influenced her eclectic taste in music as well, which spans from the 70’s all the way to the present. You can get the single on itunes and spotify here
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Listen to Makamoney – Bantilo
listen to Makamoney – Bantilo
“Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.” Makamoney , a Talented performing artiste, Businessman and philanthropist, came through with a brand new song, titled “Bantilo” with a decision to take over the Streets with this dance song, a banger so to say.
Bless your playlist with this fresh Masterpiece “Bantilo” , grip your waist, front way, back way and feel the magic.
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Niasha Feat. Bryan Churchboi & Korrupt – Our Praise
Listen to Niasha Feat. Bryan Churchboi & Korrupt – Our Praise
Niasha rounds up Bryan Churchboi & Korrupt for his latest offering titled “Our Praise”. The Zimbabwean singer-songwriter and producer best known for interpreting Adele’s song Hello. Niasha grew up in Tshabalala, a heavily populated area of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second-largest city. He moved to South Africa from Zimbabwe in 2012 and worked hard to advance his music career.
Niasha, a Tshabalala native, has released his debut EP, which features artists from the United States, Canada, China, Liberia, Ghana, and South Africa.
His lastes single 0ur Praise is a powerful amapiano praise song that was born on the altar of prayer. It is a song that tells of God’s amazing moves with deep spiritual lyrics.
Niasha worked with Korrupt and Bryan Churchboi on this song, which was inspired by Psalm 150:6: “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lord.” This song will undoubtedly minister to you. Get it now and be blessed.
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Listen to ‘Topeka Vibe’ by 148
Listen to 148 by ‘Topeka Vibe’
Canadian artists born and raised in Nigeria with a love for music and a playful yet assertive lyrical disposition. Their upbringing in Africa during the age of MTV’s revolution allowed both individuals to embrace a multitude of genres, which they incorporate into their creative process. Their willingness to explore genres and embrace their vulnerability to learn, improve and take risks is what contributes to 148’s unique sound.
Tudo Bem & McQueen perfectly complement each other to create a rich, melodic sound that delivers a warm tone that touches the heart and soul. Their music is unique, creates a bounce in the room, and delivers a sonic space where listeners can feel free and be inspired to strive for their own freedom. In totality, the core principle behind 148 is based on a journey and a belief that we should all strive to be who we truly are, rather than view ourselves through the lens of others.
The origin of Sampati follows a Hindu story of 2 brothers who challenged each other to see who could fly closest to the sun. The elder brother, Sampati, ends up risking his life to shield his younger brother, Jatayu, from the flames. A sacrifice that costs Sampati his ability to fly but saves his brother’s life, who goes on to play a crucial part in the grand scheme of things. The story brings to light many questions such as, if you knew there was a high possibility of failure would you attempt the impossible? For us, the answer is always yes. As failure brings the opportunity to learn and the potential of a speedy recovery with the help of friends and family.
Enjoy Sampati here, a culmination of everything we’ve learned over the past 6 years. Listen to 148 by ‘Topeka Vibe’ below