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L’ART’s Weekly Round-Up: 02.04.17

L’ART’s Weekly Round-Up: 02.04.17

April 2, 2017 | D&L

Here are the top 5 stories that got you talking this week:

Faith Evans takes control on new track, ‘Ten Wife Commandments’

As we await the release of one of this year’s highly anticipated album’s, The King & I, the duets album courtesy of Faith Evans and Biggie keeps delivering those track favourites.

The latest comes in the form of Faith’s ‘Ten Wife Commandments’, her own take on Biggie’s well known ‘Ten Crack Commandments’. Read more here on the new album’s background and hear the track itself.

Rude Kid & Ghetts join forces for a new collaboration

‘Banger After Banger’ is the certified…well banger from Rude Kid featuring Ghetts and the response to this track has been huge!

With Rude Kid’s skills paired with the lyrical fire and presence that Ghetts brings to every track he appears on, the tune received its debut at Fabric night club and even reached as far as Texas, America. Read the article in full here.

Bobby V shares new music ahead of UK show appearance

US singer shared new music this week with the release of sultry track, ‘U Down?’

UK fans are particularly loving the release, as he’s likely to perform the track live for R’n’B lovers at his London show tonight, alongside Omarion. Those attending the Indigo2 tonight are in store for a night of R’n’B favourites from the two, so why not get to know the track as best as you can before hearing it live?

Here’s ‘U Down?’



Stormzy’s tour is a big hit just two nights in!

Stormzy has now taken his number one album GSAP on the road and the tour is already being described as the best UK show experience for many. With the masses taking to social media to express their thoughts on nights in Dublin and Belfast to date, including Stormzy himself, the energised footage and love shown is no doubt overwhelming.

Guests on the tour include A2 and Lethal B.

Music for Robots share Funk infused single

The new Disco Soul single, from Music For Robots is the feel good track of the moment, as ‘Come On With The Good Thing’, provides a great unique sound for today. Out April 14th, the single will be followed by the release of their debut album, which is due out in September.

Brand New Heavies group members, Jan Kincaid and Dawn Joseph, are actually founders of the new project, something that is reflected through the genres combined by the group, as they share their Funk, Electronic, Jazz, Soul and Pop vibes to create their unique sound.

Listen in on their latest track below.