Swedish act Newtimers offer their impressive contribution to the resurgence with their Ego EP. Sparse and synthy soul-pop candy for your ear one time. Enjoy below!
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Our friend and one of the hardest working men in hip-hop today released his People Hear What They See album. Drawing inspiration from sitting and observing outside environments, Oddisee endeavored to break the stereotypical emcee mold and write about things outside of his own personal reality.
You can't help but respect Oddisee's thoughtfulness and focus on creativity. And beyond subject matter, this album sees a refreshing evolution in the producer/emcee's sound, guiding the listener across brilliant tapestry of melodic hip-hop.
Above, the smooth toned Olivier Daysoul sits down with Oddisee for a soulful acoustic of "You Know Who You Are," a bonus track on the album.
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Awwww, shoot. This one got us body rolling and electric sliding down our hallways. Hats off to British producer Krystal Klear and the ever so versatile singer man Olivier Daysoul for this throwback early 90's R&B hit. We want more, more, more please! Hella obsessed. Grab the single - the digital version just dropped a couple weeks ago!
Thanks to our pal Derreck from Trees For Breakfast for this one!