Tag Archives: R&B

Divus Julius presents: Chiiild

One of the most expressive, expansive and effervescent artist’s currently flaunting their craft to the world, Chiiild is on a one way trip to legacy. His sound transcends genre, floating between the stratospheres of neo-soul, jazz and R&B. His songwriting flicks between vivid social commentary and personal musings, with his poetic writing style the perfect accompaniment for instrumentals that ooze class and vibrancy.

We have just been welcomed further into Chiiild’s searing sonic universe with the release of Better Luck In The Next Life. The follow up to his ’21 excellent debut album Hope For Sale, the new project is a refined and emotive body of work.

Hit of The Week: Grace Love ‘Broke’

Grace Love is marking her return with latest single ‘Broke’. Waving the flag for Washington State, the artist is leaving her stamp on punk rock. The track is a slick and empowering moment in Love’s discography, an igniting listen that rebels against romance and champions independence. 

Performing internationally since 2009, the hard-hitting vocalist has been experimenting with new genres and directions on her latest EP ‘Work in Protest’. Usually operating within the spheres of R&B, tracks like ‘Broke’ see Love dabbling in heavier textures to execute more robust and gritty song-writing.

Music by Bergman: Steve Lacy

Steve Lacy is a guitarist, bassist, singer-songwriter, and record producer from Compton, California, the US, and his meteoric rise to stardom is the stuff of legend.

Lacy started making music from a young age, producing beats using his iPhone. He got more serious with music production when he met fellow band members of the band The Internet.

The singer-songwriter from Compton, California, produces alternative R&B and soul music laced with pop, funk, and indie rock. Steve Lacy’s first chart-topping solo hit, “Bad Habit,” was released in 2022 from his third studio album Gemini Rights.


It’s not very often that hip-hop artists can say that their music blends both a New York, and LA sound. Felly, an independent and alternative hip-hop artist hailing from Trumbull, Connecticut, however, is the definition of just that. Over the course of the last eight years, Felly has found his sound and developed an enormous fan base from coast to coast.

After parting ways with 300 Entertainment, Felly returns with the release of Bad Radio, an album filled with his signature tender R&B sound with a newfound touch of indie rock.

Introducing…Lil Silva

Lil Silva is an incredibly diverse, ever-changing artist. A producer whose talent knows no bounds, holding production and writing credits for artists like Adele and Mark Ronson, Silva’s solo project comes from the deepest part of his soul, and it shows. His latest offering and debut album, Yesterday Is Heavy, is a splendid showcase of the multiple styles and genres within which he flourishes.

The muses of La Musa: IAMDDB

If the future is female, then it has already started. Diana De Brito is the epitome of a new generation of female artists – young, talented and self-confident. In her music, this daughter of an Angolan musician combines timeless soul and jazz in the tradition of Nat King Cole and Erykah Badu with modern trap and R’n’B. She calls it Urban Jazz, some would say it is Neo Soul – it’s all true, because IAMDDB is anything but one-dimensional.

The muses of La Musa: Mabel

Mabel Alabama-Pearl McVey is an English-Swedish r&b singer and songwriter. A citizen of Spain and Sweden. In 2017, she had her breakthrough with “Finders Keepers”, peaking at number eight on the UK Singles Chart. Her debut studio album was High Expectations.

With her new album ‘About Last Night…’ set for release today, Mabel has shared new track ‘Let Love Go’ featuring US rapper Lil Tecca.