2020-01-10T05:18:45-05:00 2020-01-10T12:39:39-05:00

The Slice, Episode 47 [Urban Feature]

We are pretty sure everyone had a blast during the holiday season and as 2020 rolls in we return with the first installment so sit back and relax to the new sounds we sourced for your listening pleasure. Multi-talented artist Jen N Juice takes center stage with the self-produced cut "Ain't The Same" that showcases her talents in front of the microphone and behind the scenes too. Joe P the MC's "God is Good" is a tribute to his loved ones and friends who helped him grow while Trizz teaches us some life lessons from his "Book of Life."  60 East's heartfelt single "Summer's Song" is a befitting gift in honor of his daughter while the trio of Ripdee, Freddie Gibbs and Cash Lansky dwell on several life-changing situations on the gritty "Scooter." Budding singer Mahzi delivers an ethereal performance on "How You Want It" as Will EsCargo uses music to heal himself on "Therapeutic." Singer Kmawa shares a soothing acoustic version of Calvin Harris's "Slide."  London based duo Fika team up with trumpeter Jackson Mathod on the soulful gem "Make You Feel" and on the flipside Amadeus The Stampede and producer Rusty Joints go for the jugular on the dark "Kill Or Die." Nigerian emo-trap act Rockstar Telly shows us what makes him tick on the atmospheric song  titled "Intro (Keep Me Together)" while Jet Perry blends soul-funk and hip-hop on the infectious "Savin' All My Luv." We go back to the classic boom-bap vibes courtesy of DizzyEmcee and H3ro as they team up on "Ethos" while NY Teez dwells on a platonic relationship gone sour on "Thought It Was." We wrap up this edition with the lush 80s vibes from Bebo Just Bebo 's upbeat single "Wassup."


Check our previous editions here.

Feature · Hip-Hop · Main Stage


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