April 9, 2017 | D&LHere are the top 5 stories that got you talking this week:
Drake’s OVO London Store Is Confirmed
Back in February at his London O2 concert, Drake promised fans that he would be bringing OVO to the capital city, and he kept his word. His fashion line – October’s Very Own – has been growing in popularity and already has flagship stores in Toronto, New York and Los Angeles. Now, Soho, London is to be added to the list! No date has been announced just yet but an affordable price range of his personal style of clothing and merchandise is guaranteed. Will you be buying from the store?
NEW MUSIC from Gorillaz featuring Pusha T and Mavis Staples
Last week saw Gorillaz release a new track featuring Pusha T and Mavis Staples. The new sound ‘Let Me Out’ was an instant banger for fans who shared their excitement for the upcoming album, which is due for an April 28th release. The album, titled Humanz, has already been described as “a party for the end of the world” given the current state of affairs surrounding the US presidency, so we’re definitely intrigued to hear what else Gorillaz have been working on.
Kiera Weathers celebrates some big news
UK singer-songwriter has recently signed a distribution deal with Artist to Watch Records and she is also still celebrating the new visual for her song ‘You Gotta Be’. Fans of the artist are already loving what Kiera has been working on and long-time fans of Dess’ree’s hit are also on board for the fresh revival of the classic. Read the full story here.
NEW MUSIC: Kemi Ade provides Neo-Soul vibes for your Spring Summer anthem
Neo-Soul singer Kemi Ade continues to do what she does best with this fresh, melodic sound, ‘Third’. The South London based artist wants you to become immersed in a pure moment from what she has created with her singles, and with Soul, Jazz, Hip-Hop and Folk influences under her belt, her music will definitely reach the homes of many different people. Read the full story here.
Le Funk: MAAD’s Debut EP Release is here!
Her highly anticipated album is here and Le Funk has had a great reception. All tracks were written by MAAD herself and she has really used this project to showcase her vocals to her full potential. Plus, if you’re a life-long 90’s r’n’b fan, Le Funk is just for you! Read the full story here.