Seinabo Sey was born in Södermalm, Stockholm on 7 October 1990, she is of both Swedish and West African ancestry. Seinabo was inspired musically by artists such as Alicia Keys and Beyoncé early on in life. Her sound, just as interesting – a fascinating, accessible blend of Swedish pop noir, African rhythms and down-tempo RnB.
Seinabo Sey has released her new single ‘I Owe You Nothing’ and accompanying b-side ‘Remember ft. Jacob Banks’ both are out now. This marks Seinabo Sey’s first new music in over two years since the release of her critically acclaimed debut album ‘Pretend’ in 2015.
The iconic group Fischerspooner return with their first album in almost a decade, ‘Sir’, released February 16, on Ultra Records. Produced by Michael Stipe, it also features additional production by BOOTS (Beyonce, Run The Jewels) and mixing by Stuart White (Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’) and Andy LeMaster. Fischerspooner share their new single TopBrazil off their upcoming album, ‘Sir’,
French pop sensation Christine And The Queens has recently covered Prince and “Panda,” and now she takes on Beyoncé‘s Lemonade highlight “Sorry” for the BBC Radio Live Lounge. Christine stamps ‘Sorry’ with wonderful quirkiness and the occasional French verse. Beyonce’s modern R&B pop gets a synthy, vintage makeover. Four minutes of perfect girl power.
Only three years after debuting at the festival, Solange is coming back to Primavera Sound having become one of the most brilliant R&B artists of the moment. Her career started when she was only 16 in Destiny’s Child, later she made her first record “Solo Star” but it was “True”, released in 2012 that shot the Texan artist to fame making any introduction of her as Beyonce’s sister otiose. Her status has been underlined with the release of “A Seat At The Table”, a committed and intense album that has reached the top of all charts, best of the year lists and with which she has become the undisputed queen of neo soul.