— Atlanta-based MC, PremeHeem, keeps his fans in the know as he goes through different trials and tribulations. This time, Preme has learned a tough lesson and shares his insights on his dreamy new track, “ Temporary ”.
Temporary love is something that so many of us can relate to. Whether that love is in the form of a romantic relationship or friendship, the ultimate realization that it won’t last forever can be troubling to say the least. That wasted effort, time, and sometimes even money can all be painful to reminisce about. Nonetheless, we all know that feeling and the life lessons that come with it. But, if you feel alone or don’t know how to express this sentiment, PremeHeem has you covered.
Preme opens up with the line, “I remember there was no pressure, we was just coolin’”, painting the picture of a worry-free time in his relationship. However, over the span of just over 3-minutes, PremeHeem details the deterioration of what seemed so perfect in the beginning, even dropping emphatic lines like, “I remember me counting you on my list of blessings, all for you to switch up and change up and blame depression.”
All in all, PremeHeem has come to the conclusion that “everything is temporary” out here. And, while that may seem a bit unsettling, such mindset shifts are necessary for growth — mentally, financially, and otherwise.
Catch the full track right here and be sure keep up with PremeHeem’s day-to-day happenings on his Instagram page.
Three years after the successful release of their breakout LP Yesterday’s Tomorrow, Phony Ppl make an illustrious return with their sophomore album mō’zā-ik – a musical, genre-defying gem, baring nothing but the truth about lust, love and all the pending intervals along the way.
To merely categorise mō’zā-ik. as an R&B/Soul album wouldn’t pay this rare musical breed any justice.
Simply put, the Brooklyn-based five-man group are fearless – moving your mind to the sweet-sounding amalgamation of funk, soul, gamesome lyrics, R&B, and delectable shades of jazz, bossa nova and of course, the quintessential sax to gift your senses.
The unmatched vocal flair of lead singer Elbee Thrie, together with the band’s impeccable instrumentals, are what make Phony Ppl one of the industry’s most unique groups.
Phony Ppl explore what it means to fall in love with someone but never really know if they’re “yours” in the plush track “Think You’re Mine“, before proving one of the year’s best tunes in the funk-fuelled testament “Before You Get A Boyfriend“.
To end the album, Phony Ppl surprise listeners with an empyrean and passionate ode to the countless black lives taken by police brutality in the beatific melody “on everythinG iii love“.
Born in Zimbabwe and raised in London, KWAYE, an upcoming singer-songwriter between the scenes, delivers an undeniable virtuosity in all-new, ethereal Love & Affliction EP.
Some might say it’s pure destiny that the 22-year-old artist signed his first record deal in the back of an Uber with Mind of a Genius, the UK label backing house artists ZHU and Gallant, and simply put – they’d be right.
A divulgence of personal musings, Love & Affliction embodies a superlative blend of R&B, neo soul, synth-pop and indietronica as KWAYE proves the ultimate chameleon.
His incredibly diverse musical style is both aberrant and invigorating, while his seraphic vocals in “Paralyze” resonate the likes of D’Angelo, before flickering flames with rock refrain “Made For It“.
Not only is he a must-watch artist, but everywhere from an emboldened aesthetic and unparalleled compositions, to an unprecedented range effortlessly brought to light by his inimitable voice, KWAYE manifests a genre all of his own.