Corene – June Ubi – One for me
June Ubi is a taste of fresh air to the music scene. She is unique in her selling point in being a a British Nigerian rapper and songwriter, portraying her heritage through her music. June came to the music scene when she made to the final six out of 1000 contestants who auditioned for Chancers, a nationwide talent show supported by Matthew Knowles. Her unique afro -pop renditions are simply what is showcasing her as something different and something that conducts your attention.
Benjy -Dido – Here With Me
Yes, we all remember Dido and her mellow tones bring us back at least 10 years. Benjy’s choice today is something that we are all very familiar with. This english rose, managed to get international success with her debut album No Angel in 1999 with it selling over 21 million copies worldwide. Here with me was off this very album and the single itself peaked to number 4 in the UK Singles chart in 2001 when it was released in the UK.
Warren – Rick Ross – If They Knew ft K.Michelle
We are all know how talent a rapper Rick Ross and this tune just highlights how he put incredible collaborations together. If They Knew ft K. Michelle can be found on his latest album , his seventh studio album, Hood Billionaire which was released this October. We can’t wait to hear more!
Tia – J Cole -January 28th
J Cole has just released his latest album Forest Hill Drive last week and it definitely lest a huge buzz online. J Cole is an artist that depicts real hip hop in each and every track. In around a week, this album has managed to collect the title of being 2014’s top Hip hop album, selling more than 360 000 units in it’s first week. With each release J Cole makes a point and he definitely proved why he is classified as hip hop royalty!
Mat – Pink Floyd- Welcome to The Machine
Pink Floyd are an english rock band that have become synomous with British rock culture and are well loved for what they have produced over the years. Welcome to The Machine was released in 1975 on the band’s album Wish You Were Here, and was used to express how the band felt about the industry being a money making machine rather than being a outlet for artistic expression.
That’s what we’re listening to in the office today! Let us know what your listening to and what has got you in the mood for Christmas season this week?
Team Bassbuds wishes you a very merry Christmas!