Ruby J is a singer songwriter and recording artist from England’s Midlands region, and her new single, ‘Home’, takes its inspiration from the bouncy rhythms and soulful vocal of Motown, as well as artists such as Lulu, whose music she listened to while writing the track, and more recent artists such as Plan B and his album, ‘The Defamation Of Strickland Banks’.
Yesterday, Canadian pop artist Keira Gray released her first ever single, titled ‘Summer Lovin’ With You’, on Spotify, SoundCloud and YouTube. The songstress’s first piece is an energetic pop anthem detailing temporary relationships and the feelings they can bring to both people involved. Coming out of Faust, Alberta, Gray has always followed her emotions, something she displays in ‘Summer Lovin’ With You’.
Last week, Liam Benayon released his Wax Records debut track, ‘Don’t Call Me At A Party’. The song conveys his frustration with a friend for going out partying without even considering to invite him. One of the singer’s first released songs, it serves as a diss track of sorts, aimed towards the former friend, and even features the voicemail that became the reason behind Benayon writing the song.