2020-01-24T13:00:42-05:00 2020-01-24T13:05:07-05:00

The Slice, Episode 48 [Urban Feature]

We kick off this edition on a bright note courtesy of LA-based artist Vitakari who pumps up the positivity on "Bad Weather" as singer Rob Valentine drops his first single for the year titled "So Sick." Emerging rapper and singer Fih lets go of a turbulent past on the heartfelt  "ICU" while Nigerian vocalist The Myth bares his soul on the gripping "All I Want Is You." The Dutchess's rambunctious track "Go Shit"  shows us how life is on the West Coast and "Too Late" is a dark broody track courtesy of UK grime emcee PARAM. Edub910 opens up his feelings on the music industry with the emotion-filled  "Growing Pains" as Bryson Cole proceeds to "Protect" himself from negativity. Osei and Armani detail their journey in the music industry and also give a shoutout to Charlamagne Tha God on "BREAKFAST CLUB." Jayprob  taps into the spirit of Uncle L on the lush mellow vibes of his single "Like LL," UK singer Chido Mya delivers soulful vibes on "Surprise" and the self-acclaimed Trap Baby Mahzi  introduces a new vibe on the sparse bouncy track titled "No Auto." Pierce Ripanti  is out for gold on the hard-hitting banger "In Too Deep" while Izo Fitzroy thrills us with her powerful vocals on the uplifting "Blind Faith." We close out on a soulful note thanks to singer-songwriter Natalie Lauren who gives our soul a little "Something, Something."

Check out previous editions of The Slice here

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