R.A.E – Imposter
Those who have Imposter Syndrome finally have a theme tune for their experience, brought about by the 90’s inspired artist R.A.E. R.A.E is known for her authenticity and soulful lyrics and does not disappoint with her latest track. R.A.E’s anthemic song takes us through her journey of suffering with imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome is defined as the inability to believe that one’s success is deserved or has been legitimately achieved as a result of one’s own efforts or skills. This inspiring track will leave you wanting to fight for your dreams.
Mahalia – Letter To Ur Ex
Mahalia is given us her fist track of 2022 in the form of ‘Letter to Ur Ex’. In her latest visuals we see Mahalia in the aftermath of an argument with her man. Based on true events Mahalia adresses his ex-girlfriend telling her to let him go, understanding the heartbreak of ending a relationship. She highights the impact that his ex’s actions are having on her relationship and how she feels.
Cat Burns – Go
Cat Burns is a 20-year-old singer and songwriter from Streatham. She cites artists such as Ed Sheeran, India Arie and Tori Kelly as her inspiration. Her latest single ‘Go’ is a candid song about putting her boyfriend out after he has messed up one too many times. The acoustic nature of the song combined with Cat Burn’s defining British accent makes this both a strong and relatable single. The visualiser gives us a behind the scenes peek at Cat recording the song, revealing her other talents such as playing the guitar.
Bea Anderson – Mirror Mirror
London based singer-songwriter Bea Anderson captures our heart with her single ‘Mirror Mirror’. The song feels like a breath of fresh air, as the visuals transport us to a sunset beach where Bea is singing alongside a mirror. Mirror, mirror celebrates owning who you are in your truest form. The song is infectious as Bea gives us harmonies for days and nostalgic early 00’s melodies.
Lucianne – More
UK afro R&B songstress Lucianne has dropped her latest song ‘ More’ produced by burgeoning Nigerian musician Majeek. The VR-themed video shows how the lines between reality and fantasy can become blurred in the onlne world.
Speaking behind the inspiration for ‘More’, Lucianne says, “‘More’ is inspired by something I’ve been through and an experience I think many others have as well, with so much of our lives being online. I was really into someone that I always saw online, and I just knew that if I ever had the chance to have him in my life then it’d be all good, but I only really saw him online and was always yearning to take it offline. The song speaks about loving on someone from a distance for such a long time, that you now need more than that. It is one of my favourite songs and I hope it gives us all the courage to go for what we want”.