The latest video titled “One’s Company” from Akua was directed by Kofi Carson & Akua Carson while Production Management was by Elias Morales. It’s eeriness isn’t coming from the lyrics but more from the imagery taking place in a morgue lab, chapel and graveyard but points for originality and fluidity. Akua, out of Montreal, has an amazing voice and is definitely carving her own lane. “Remote Soul” is how she describes her music and u must also listen to “Monsters” to understand. She is performing at this years SXSW Festival in Austin, TX but if you’re not able to catch that you can download Akua One’s Company album which is available on iTunes now!
New video just dropped of “Narcotics” produced by John Music and directed by Kayda Productions [DJ Laz Vagez along with the lady herself Sola Reign. Straight out of Toronto on Society R.I.C.H Music Group she is definitely bringing her own vibe and style.
MTV Award Nominated, Ontario lady Anjulie said she was an isolated child growing up due to “racial ambiguity” which drove to to write. Later she decided to embrace her differences and was driven to “carve her own niche”. It’s the struggles and trials that make us who we are… celebrate your individuality!!
“The same ole song, you won’t last long if you can’t stand behind the music, all the fame, all the girls, all the money in this world, don’t mean sh!t, better admit if you can’t stand behind the music… “
WE LOVE THE MESSAGE BEHIND THIS SONG…. #SALUTE
Check out her new song “You and I”
- New Music: Anjulie – White Lights (Extended Snippet) (Audio) (nafriniselect.com)
Just fell in love with this the first minute and a half… Skratch Bastid & The Gaff killed this! It’s all blends of mid-60’s & 70’s female funk, soul and R&b breaks with cuts, scratches & edits all by Canada‘s in demand DJs, Skratch Bastid & The Gaff. Recorded between July 2010 & June 2012 this is something you can play anywhere, anytime and with anyone. If you want to know what your parents listened to or for some of you your grandparents this is IT but with a plop of cool whip on top. With known to some unknown to others such talented female singers like Wendy Rene, Ruby Andrews, Camille Yarborough & Nina Simone.
FEMALE FLOW FAVORITE TRACK: Dee Edwards “Why Can’t There Be Love”