‘I Need An Answer’: The Breast Cancer Awareness Single from Stunnah Gee and Kymo Kingin

‘I Need An Answer’ is the new single from urban R&B pairing Stunnah Gee and Kymo Kingin, who have focused their track on raising awareness for breast cancer.

Stunnah Gee, a former BEFFTA winner and MOBO award nominee, has unfortunately encountered Cancer in a number of its guises; his Aunt having a number of scares with breast cancer and his Uncle regrettably passing away due to pancreatic cancer. As a result, Stunnah Gee wanted to make sure he did something special with his talents and so 10% of all proceeds will be donated towards those organisations trying to find a cure and those who cannot afford treatment.

Stunnah and Kymo noted that they wanted to ‘create world music and to break boundaries with the project, but in the long run after sharing so many ideas, the thought came to us that we can do much more than just create music, but also give back to the society and that’s how we made it a breast cancer awareness project.’

‘I Need An Answer’ which fuses elements of R&B, afrobeat and pop-balladry, is taken from the EP Nipples which the pair have put together.

With influences including Chris Brown, Usher, Bryson Tiller and R. Kelly, the collaborative artists have a strong pedigree which they certainly live up to with their new EP.


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‘Devil Ina Blue Dress’: Dex Man ft. J Wanza

South London based musician and rapper Dexter Sampson, who others may know simply as ‘Dex Man’ has returned with his killer new track, ‘Devil Ina Blue Dress’, featuring fellow rapper, J Wanza.

Dex Man has been lucky enough to gain some valuable information from music industry experts like Corey Johnson, who has worked with the likes of Nasty Crew, Lady Fury, Maxsta and has even been linked with the global hit ‘One Dance’ by Drake. Undoubtedly, Dex Man is using this information to give him the upper hand with his music, and this is certainly exhibited in ‘Devil Ina Blue Dress’ with its clever lyrics and groove-heavy beats.

You might describe Dex Man as a genre hopper, dabbling in a number of styles including hip hop, pop, reggae, drill, house and R&B to create his unique fusion of sounds.

Devil Ina Blue Dress has received a brilliant response after being featured on Link Up TV and Hackney’s Finest, the video has received over 40,000 views on the platforms combined in under a week, delivering musical messages metaphorically and with versatility, something which is paramount to Dexman. Taking influences from heavyweights such as Dr Dre, Meek Mill, Skepta and Drake, Dex Man is keen to emulate the success of his inspirations, motivating him to take that next step within the music industry.

Not shy to the stage, Dexman has performed at both the O2 and Water Margin alongside other Leftwing movement members. With great reviews, this has encouraged Dexman to further his career musically.




Afropop trio Elani release ‘Kookoo’

Afropop trio Elani release the infectious love song ‘Kookoo’ in time for Valentine’s Day celebrations. The group consists of Wambui Ngugi, Brian Chweya and Maureen Kunga who all originate from Bamako. The trio came together when competing against each other in a Mali musical festival. The similarity of being atheists in a religious country connected the group, forming Elani.

Elani have collaborated and worked alongside major artists such as Jose Chameleone and Sauti Sol and have even featured on the Pakistani music television series Coke studio.

Stream ‘Kookoo’ here:

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