FLEX FINDS - 26th March 2021
Kitty Montague – ‘Kiss Chase’
With huge amounts of praise coming in for her previously shared offering ‘Always On My Mind’, London-based pop songstress Kitty Montague returns to deliver her latest upbeat banger.
Harry Keyworth – ‘Never Over’
With BBC Radio 1 and 6Music already huge fans of his work to date, alt-folk singer and songwriter Harry Keyworth is back to continue his impressive form on this vibrant new single.
Zenden Lavon – ‘Anyway’
With a broad range of influences that include Bob Marley, Andre 3000, and Jay Z, emerging rapper, singer and songwriter Zenden Lavon is back to his eclectic ways on this sweeping new delight.
Swimmers – ‘Blow’
With their debut single ‘A Minute Of Sunshine’ establishing them as a force to be reckoned with, London-based duo Swimmers now return to make their mark once again with this pounding electro-pop belter.
Faith Louise – ‘Boss’
Despite only 15 years old, Essex-based artist Faith Louise is already looking to make a huge impact as she shares her latest pulsing alt-pop stunner.
Felukah – ‘What She Does’
With a sound that is already renowned for its fusion of Arabic and Western influences, fast-rising artist Felukah continues her impressive streak on this bold and dynamic new cut.
Olakira – ‘In My Maserati’
With his highly-anticipated new EP ‘4play’ expected to drop any day now, emerging artist Olakira looks to keep our hips shaking on this fresh and uplifting dancehall-inspired groove.
Olivia Swann – ‘Two Faces’
After already finding champions of her music as BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, London-based artist Olivia Swann returns with her latest fresh and bouncing RnB-pop hybrid.
JAWNZA – ‘up!’
With his previously shared single ‘FACEDOWN’ racking up more than 2.5 million streams since its release, Tampa-born rapper JAWNZA is looking to do it all again on this groove-filled hip-hop delight.
NIKO – ‘Idol’
After spending the last couple of years releasing a wave of enticing Euro-pop belters, Italian artist NIKO is back to kick off a new series of releases which will stretch the length of 2021.