In The Spotlight

Jonah Nilsson – “Coffee Break”

This Swedish funk-pop vocalist and pianist was born for music. He started singing in a church choir at the age of one and went on to study at the Royal Academy Of Music in Stockholm. Initially, he and two friends were discovered by award-winning producer David Foster, who signed them as Dirty Loops. Taking his extraordinary talent to the next level, he’s currently working on his debut solo album.

Produced by the legendary Quincy Jones, his solo debut single is an explosion of funkalicious genius. His stunning, soul-dripping vocals have a touch of Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson, while still maintaining an unique sound. Fusing effortlessly with the complex instrumentation of a bouncy bass line, exuberant horns and masterful keys, it shows him to be the future of soul and funk inspired pop.

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Music History

Haywoode – “You’d Better Not Fool Around”

From her album “Arrival” (1985):

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New Music


From their upcoming album “Forever On Your Side”, to be released on 13 July 2018:

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