Jailbox – ‘Bird Rib’

Jailbox has delivered something wonderfully refreshing on their new track ‘Bird Rib’. According to the press release, the “song develops with lyrical questioning of the past, what could have been different, what’s the stayed the same, and what is about to change, all within an extremely personalized relationship. The lyrics provide depictions of modern descriptions… Read more »

Jarreau Vandal – ‘Westside’

Jarreau Vandal returns with his third single ‘Westside’ from his forthcoming mixtape, ‘Anthology’. The song which features an unknown female vocalist is a perfect blend of classic R&B, funk and trap. Stream it below “This songs bring me to a place far from home, it kind of reminds me of the times I spent in L.A…. Read more »

LENN – ‘Cheap Talk’ (Radio Mix)

More than a week ago, LENN released ‘Cheap Talk – The Remixes’. The three track project features remixes by LENN’s collaborator, Lex. HANNIE and MÜNE. I love all but if I had to choose a favourite one it would be Lex’s radio mix. Issa vibe! ‘Cheap Talk’ was the first song written by Bristol-based LENN and… Read more »

Maya Law and The Lost Levels feat George Jefford – ‘Give Me No Love (Lost)’

Maya Law’s ‘Give Me No Love’ first came into my life back in May and the minute I heard it I was hooked. Months later, I receive another submission from the artist, a song with the same title but something more. According to the press release, After hearing the song, jazz pianist Chris Cooper of The… Read more »

Jane Handcock – ‘Function’ (Prod. By BenG & Jaden Wiggins)

Jane Handcock is giving me some old school R&B vibes on her latest track, ‘Function’ which is off her new project ‘Where’s Jane?’. The California native has had a successful career as both a songwriter (Kelly Rowland, Adrien Marcel) and artist. She dropped two solo mixtapes executive produced by Raphael Saadiq (‘Truth Be Told’ in… Read more »

Equanimous – ‘Spirit’ (feat. Kat Factor)

Equanimous returns to MIML with a brand new track. ‘Spirit’ which features Kat Factor is a beauty of a track and it has totally captivated my heart. Enjoy it below LINK UP!!! Equanimous on Facebook and  Twitter    

Chronixx – ‘Skankin’ Sweet’ [Official Video]

I feel honoured to have received a Chronixx submission. This is an artist who I have admired ever since his feature on the Major Lazer-curated mixtape ‘Start a Fyah’ in 2012. This is also an artist I have seen live twice. When I saw him last year and watched him perform songs off his latest album ‘Chronology’… Read more »

Morgan Page – ‘Let You Go’ (Official Lyric Video)

US progressive house/pop mainstay Morgan Page continues to blaze a trail through 2018 as he unleashes yet another masterful yet delicate EDM gem in the shape of ‘Let You Go’, out now on Armada Music worldwide. Long revered as one of the most definitive voices on the American electronic circuit by peers and fans alike,… Read more »

The Little Miss – ‘She’s What We Need’

“In the end, we will rise” Those words from The Little Miss’ ‘She’s What We Need’ has really stuck with me. The song sheds light on the importance of women in society and their underrepresentation. The Little Miss delivers such beautiful harmonies as she shares this important message to women. “It’s not a plea. It’s not… Read more »

Through Juniper Vale – ‘Fractions’ (I the AI Remix)

The first time I heard ‘Fractions’, was back in January of last year and that was actually the start of my support of Through Juniper Vale which combines the imaginative illustrations of concept artist Hein Zaayman with the musical creations of Sarah Jane Wood. And after six 6 million streams across all platforms, Through Juniper Vale is compiling… Read more »

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  • Sizzla!

    I put the exclamation mark in the title because I’m hyped after listening to several songs from this artist, most I have not heard in years. I decided to feature Sizzla after hearing one of his older songs on the radio and I started thinking about the days when he was HUGE. I know Wiki… Read more »

  • The Investment

    I have not written anything in a while, life kind of got in the way these past three weeks but I’m back and I’m featuring hip-hop artiste Dunson and his mixtape, ‘The Investment’.   On his website, Dunson, a Maryland native said he entitled the mixtape, The Investment not only as a play on his… Read more »

  • Guitar Solos

    I was inspired to write on this topic after listening to one of the songs on the Angry Music playlist. You know there are some songs that you can’t help but bring out the air guitar for (I am an awesome air guitar player, by the way). When I listened to Misery Business by Paramore… Read more »

  • Angry Music

    I came up with the idea for this post after having a conversation with Le Poopsie last weekend. I was pointing out to her that I know every time she is angry by the music I can see she is listening to on her Blackberry.  There is one particular song that is her favourite and… Read more »

  • Lecrae – ‘Gravity’

    I only heard about Lecrae about a month or so ago when I heard the fourth single off of Gravity which was ‘Mayday’ with Ashthon Jones and Big K.R.I.T. Needless to say, I loved it and when I found out that he had an album coming out I had to check it out because I… Read more »

  • Music is Love

    Music is life. I can’t function without it, it calms me after a long, hard day, it makes me happy, it helps me to think, it just plays a major role in my life and it always has since I was a child. I’m always curious to hear other people’s experiences with music and recently… Read more »

  • Colin Munroe – ‘Unsung Hero’

    Honestly, I was not sure who Colin Munroe was but in my search for new music, I found one of his songs from his recently released mixtape entitled ‘Unsung Hero’ and it surely piqued my interest and I downloaded the 10 track set and listened to it every day for the entire week and I… Read more »

  • My favourite YouTubers

    I love YouTube and I love that people can use it to showcase their talent and get their name out there. I have found a few artists on YouTube who I absolutely love and I’m going to share them because I think they are amazing. These artists all start out doing covers of other songs… Read more »

  • Wynter Gordon – ‘Doleo’

      I only found out about Wynter Gordon’s Doleo EP last week although it was released in July. Doleo which means “Pain” in Latin is the first part of the series of Gordon’s four free EP’s she intends to release which examine the Human Condition. It is expected to explore a different emotion. I decided… Read more »

  • 4 Strings

    My journey into electronic dance music was a simple one. It started off with techno and that was really all I knew and I liked some songs, I never was a HUGE fan of anything else. Until a few years ago… In the Caribbean where I am from, the usual genres of music that infiltrate … Read more »