4.06 Edition| Listen To GLSCE 4.06 Edition

• Resurrecting our weekly tradition of musical discoveries via Soundcloud is our segment #GLSCE. Being our first April edition, 4.06 Edition sees a listing of upbeat, high quality tracks from artist globally. In the past we based our list from regions where music is rising but this weeks collection is based on just great sounds and stimulating vibes. Many genres undergo prodigious representation from amazing singers/songwriters, rappers and producers.


ELHAE · Jamaal “Elhae” Jones which stands for “Every Life Has An Ending” (ELHAE) is on the brink of becoming a young breakthrough artist that has so much to offer music, and the music business itself. We experience his talent in his track “End Of Time”(Angels), where Jamaal vocally dominates the RASCAL produced track. Great listen is offered by the young Atlanta talent.

SABA · Chi-town has another voice delivering their POV of the Chi-raq upbringing. In a much less aggressive manner, we gain zen from the feel good track “Comfort Food” featuring LEGIT. The mood for the track is set by a comical intro from Richard Prior. Great Track.

Jade de LaFleur · The Brooklyn-based bombshell Jade de LaFleur delivers a sensual spring-time song featuring vocals from Ro James. This free spirited love/lust rendezvous story talks about the enjoyments of deep attraction, affection and a little wind in their as the race down the “405”. Enjoy the angelic voice from Jade.

The XXX · Living true to their mantra “Music for every kind of SEXY” is the musical presenters The XXX, which showcase the musical arrangement of producer RASCAL in the track “ELHAE’s Joint”. We can only assume the track was meant for ELHAE’s use. Makes for a great instrumental for sure.

    Masego · One of record label Film Noir‘s top talents is musician/artist/singer Masego. This Virginia based talent joins with label mate Madesin for a jazz/hiphop collaboration. One of the more upbeat tracks out of our list, “Girls That Dance” is your typical rooftop jam that will get cups filled and people approaching the dance floor. Great summer anthem.

Maurice Moore · Way of Canada, is melodic novelist Maurice Moore who understands how to pull at these ladies heartstrings. In “Rich” Moore talks smoothly about his riches and the many great advantages that lifestyle holds. This optimistic tune goes on to tell his “stxry” about a young man living his life with no regrets but plenty of women. Can’t be mad at this song at all.

Kyndall · Our second female on this editions roster is young sensation Kyndall. This gorgeous singer/songwriter is considerably up next for a household R&B name. Her edgy appearance sets for the sexy yet daring undertone to her music. She speaks of loyalty to her significant other in her song “Call Away” notifying her availability for that one and only. Someone every guy would appreciate having on their side.

JAHKOY · BipolarSound is the Genre of choice for the Toronto kid JAHKOY, but he maybe on to something with his atypical alternative. His house based approach works amicably alongside his vocal capabilities. “Fall In Love” is a six minute track that compromises heart pounding electric rhythm with JAHKOY delivering ideally vocally. Much more is to be expected from KOY and we will be tracking his releases.

Luke Christopher · With the perfect Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell sample of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”, Luke Christopher displays how to verbally abuse an instrumental. The 19 year old LA-based rapper/singer/producer defines being three dimensional in the music industry. “Mountians” combines classic R&B and new age HipHop into a masterpiece.

Victoria Monét · Hailing from Sacramento is the vibrant vocalist Victoria Monét who reaches for listeners hearts with her single “We Are People”. The open air acoustics allow Victoria to maneuver her word play easily. The song is pulled from her first body of work Nightmares & Lullabies Act 1, which featured many artist like Ty Dolla Sign and more.


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