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Just Dropped- All new, fresh music from L.A.X, Tsharna, Morgan Munroe, Sahra and Jordy.


"Waist Drop" Visuals

Nigerian artist L.A.X drops visuals for his recent single ‘Waist Drop’ Following his recent track ‘Options’ alongside breakthrough singer Ayra Starr.

The video see’s L.A.X cruise through the streets in footage taken from a recent visit to the US. Entering the summer in style, ‘Waist Drop’ is driven by L.A.X’s sensual lyrics, vocals and melodies to form his signature uplifting sonic.


"About That Time" EP

Emerging Luton singer, songwriter and musician TSHARNA is excited to unveil her beautiful debut EP titled "ABOUT THAT TIME"

an exquisite and understatedly sexy R&B offering that sees Tsharna take her listeners on a reflective, honest and vulnerable journey through her personal experiences with love and romance – from initially questioning the concept of love, and eventually losing herself to the emotion of it, to obsessing over relationships, and now gaining the strength to manifest the kind of love she wants for herself.


"Space" Visualizer

London based singer/songwriter Morgan Munroe announces her forthcoming EP, “Elvira” and drops her new single, “Space”.

The track flips the script on misplaced stereotypes surrounding women in love with her expressing the feeling of getting turned off by someone coming on too strong and too soon. Oozing a powerful blend of feminine and masculine energy, Morgan’s playful and relatable songwriting, fused with her sublime vocal range makes her stand out in the crowd.


"Sorry" Visualizer

Singer/songwriter SAHRA releases her new single, ‘Sorry’, her first solo release since pre-pandemic with the help of PRS Foundation’s ‘Women Make Music Fund’. ​

The song introduces a new era for SAHRA as she combines a unique blend of Pop, R&B and Neo-Soul to create a poetic breakup song. ‘Sorry’ was written throughout the lockdown discussing a broken relationship and an apology that was too little too late.



Jordy drops his highly anticipated 6-track EP, ‘KMT’. The EP continues on from last year’s acclaimed debut EP, ‘SMH’, and tackles themes of disloyalty and clout culture. Jordy said: “KMT is a rap-heavy continuation of ‘SMH’, where it turns darker and more aggressive.”

The rising rapper rose to prominence due to his storytelling skills, and ability to leave you hanging onto every word. Over the years Jordy has become one of the most admired voices within the thriving UK rap scene and owns the title of every ‘rapper’s, rapper’. 2


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