Badass British songstress Anne-Marie has been on our radar since her live performance and single features with groups like Rudimental. Since she first joined the group on tour almost two years ago, Anne-Marie has been featured on their hit "Rumour Mill," and gone on to release her own EP entitled Karate back in July 2015. And this past week, she's unveiled two amazing tracks to pique our interest while she continues to work on her debut album that's due out mid 2016.
The first look we have is "Do It Right." A moody track with witty and assertive vocals, the single really asserts Anne-Marie's personality and energy through the futuristic pop track. The second is "Boy," just unveiled this week, which was produced by Jonny Lattimer and Two Inch Punch. Debuted as the "Hottest Record in the World" by iconic tastemaker and BBC Radio 1 host Annie Mac, "Boy" is even more playful, and could be the track that brings the hype behind her artistry to a wider audience with its infectious appeal. While "Do It Right" showcases the worldly influences behind her music, "Boy" fits the bill of being that unique UK pop vocal which she owns completely.