Rising to fame with James Brown’s revue, Lyn Collins fought for female artists during a difficult period, leaving a trail of soul and funk classics behind.
By staying true to her roots and refusing to compromise, Jessie Reyez has perfectly set the stage for her introduction to the world.
Her new single, ‘Twinkle Twinkle’, offers a taste of the Sturgill Simpson-produced LP.
“Billie Eilish has taken the world by storm with her incredible voice and genre-defying sound.”
“I found out hosts got to listen to music every day and talk about it, I knew at that moment I needed to be in radio.”
“To witness such a young, bright and fiercely independent young female blossom over the years and come into her own and find her voice has been beyond fulfilling.”
“I don’t know what I’d do without music, and you can find me often in my car with the speakers blasting.”
The song comes from their upcoming album 'The Way It Feels,' which follows on 10 April.
‘Chilombo’ features an all-star lineup of guest talent, including Future, Miguel, Nas, Big Sean, John Legend and Ty Dolla $Ign.
"Music is in my constant day-to-day,” shares Dixon. “I can’t really operate well if I’m not being audibly pleasured.”
The new song is the singer's first official single in two years.
The new online destination celebrates the numerous accomplishments of women in music across all genres and professions.
Over a woozy trap beat, Reyez twists and turns her voice, as she sings how her ex will never find a lover who even “measures up to my ankles”.
“I hope we continue to inspire other young women to be who they want to be as artists, producers, engineers and other roles in the music industry.”
“Generous has such a beautiful balance between the classic Hollywood era as well as the hip-hop world we live in now. I felt it was key to express that visually.”
Dates are confirmed in Paris, London Boston, Toronto, Chicago and New Jersey, with the star performing at London's Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 30 July.