Tag Archives: pop

Irish Soul

Today Dabassmentblog reviews a unique and original Irish group called Hare Squead. This trio creates R&B soul music all the way in Ireland, building a culture which opens diversity in music were they live. Combining R&B, soul and pop this trio captures universal frequencies on their latest single “If I Ask”. Incorporating R&B production while sustaining a hip-hop dominance while electronic sounds cut through the beat creating a pulse for the listener. Breaking barriers of genre’s by merging electronic, soul and pop all in one. Make sure you check out this fun track below and as always…

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Aminé

Aminé fantasizes about a lady named “Caroline” on his latest single. Using drawn-out melodies, with witty bars, and resilient singing this euphoric record, balances exploratory structure with a pop feel. Aminé separates him-self with inventive flows and cadences accompanied with eternal artistry. Displaying his vision and executing his greatness focusing on detail with music and art. Take a few minutes to catch the vibe, and show Aminé some love by streaming the video below and as always…

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HIDDEN

Whenever I hear new artist for the fist time I always try to compare them to someone else’s sound. I can certainly say I don’t have anyone to really compare Raben Taylor to. She give you this passionate heartbroken sound like an  Amy Winehouse track  but still has this sultry sweet voice which makes the perfect contrast. Check out the Virginian native visuals for her single, “Hidden” below and as always…

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