In The Spotlight

Raelle – “(Oh) My Days”

Hailing from South London, this captivating British singer and songwriter started making soul music from the safety of her bedroom. Lyrically putting into words all of her thoughts and memories, she creates deeply personal songs. She has performed at venues such as The Jazz Café and opened for The Real Thing. Inspired by Isaac Hayes and Janis Joplin, she released her debut “Wait For You” in 2020.

Embraced by the warm shimmer of buttery-smooth 70s soul, this enchanting track is glowing with velvety vintage vibes. Taken from her latest EP “Bloodlines”, it’s the gentle drums, tender keys and heavenly harmonies that cuddle up to your heart, while her silken vocals adds a layer of pure grace. With a slight jazzy touch, this alluring smooth groove transports the listener to the soulful times of yore.

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Music History

Jimmy “Bo” Horne – “Let Me (Let Me Be Your Lover)”

From his album “Dance Across The Floor” (1978):

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New Music

Zara Larsson – “End Of Time”

Teasing her upcoming album with a symphonic power-pop banger, this is the new single by Zara Larsson:

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