At first glance, a stinging critique of Donald Trump may feel like it’s aimed at a far-too-predictable punchbag but, with Wynne, it’s all in the delivery.
The music, though? It's more than a match. Cuco (Omar Banos to family and friends) makes charm-laden lo-fi Cali-pop that straddles genre with carefree ease.
If the comments on UK drill videos are anything to go by, South London's Kwengface is someone a lot of fans are expecting big things from.
We could hit you with terms like 'neo-soul' and 'sounds a bit like Erykah Badu' but that's doing a bit of a disservice to the kind of deconstructed hip-hop-jazz hybrid Jess Smyth has created.
The Bristol-based musician and producer crafts songs imbued with emotive poignancy purveyed through his pensive and insightful lyricism.
Purists insist the art of crate-digging is fading due to a new crop of DJs bubbling to the surface. You do wonder if those same gatekeepers have been lucky enough to catch a HAAi set before.
With snarling vocals sitting somewhere between Mark E Smith and Joe Pasquale (yes, him), they already possess a uniqueness and self-assurance that’s envied by bands well beyond London.
The ex Slow Club star set to rule 2019.
"From her run of singles, it's clear that KP has an intuition for the catchy, hooky, and the popular. So, it's only a matter of time before the world treats her like the Patron Saint of Gay."
Another artist guaranteed a huge 2019.
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