HomeENTERTAINMENTREVIEW: Songs you might of missed this year February 19, 2016 ENTERTAINMENT, MUSIC With 2015 being the year of music, 2016 has continued to fill us with music that any of us could bump to. However, with big artists like Kanye, Rihanna and Future dominating the charts, there could be songs that you guys might have missed. I’m going to take you through a couple of tracks that might have slipped under your radar. JAHKOY – Odd Future After being premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats Radio One Show, the Toronto Artist has not look back after getting played on Apple’s OVO radio. His song Odd Future stays true to its roots with it complimenting the dark moody sound that Toronto are known to produce. With the heavy dirty bass production throughout the track, it is due to catch anybody’s attention. James Blake – Modern Soul James Blake broke his silence to the word by dropping a brand new track during his set on BBC Radio One. The talented Grammy nominated artist provided his fans with some dreamy instrumentation, with some low key but effective vocals, which could take you into another world. It’s definitely something you shouldn’t miss. Rory Wood$ – SKRT (Remix) Although this song may be a cover of Kodak Black’s Version, this song might have just undone the original. With his urban singing/rapping vocals it’s enough to send you through the thumbwheel. His dreamy Toronto style manages to complement the track without being too moody. After his smash hit Drama featuring drake, many doubted his potential to make more hits, but he’s definitely proving everybody wrong. Kojey Radical – Kwame Nkrumah This East London born artist has been on the rise ever since 2014, and he continues his strong-minded statements onto 2015 with this new song. Challenging the stereotype of an artist, his passionate, but effective lyrics manages to grab your attention from the get go, not to mention the production behind him. Jorja Smith – Blue Lights Jorja Smith literally has come out of nowhere, there’s not much we know about her, but what we do know is that her music is fire. With her soulful but elegant voice her song is definitely one that would put you in the zone. She’s definitely one to look out for in the future. Kevin Boateng Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.