R&B

Ekali & Zhu Join Forces For A Stylish New Track

Ekali and Zhu have finally released their collaboration “Blame” that we’ve all been eagerly anticipating. The track was first introduced as an ID at Life Is Beautiful, and we’ve been on our toes waiting for the release. “Blame” truly showcases each artists’ production styles. The two producers have beautifully combined ZHU’s signature vocals, while complementing […]

Cautious Clay’s ‘Joshua Tree’ Serenades The Soul

The 24-year-old producer/multi-instrumentalist/singer-songwriter, Cautious Clay, has been on the rise lately thanks to his chill beats and tranquil voice. Representing hometowns Washington D.C. and Brooklyn, his heartfelt singing talent is comparable to a whirl of Quinn XCII and Khalid. Cautious Clay is currently unsigned to a label and touches the hearts of alternative and R&B […]

Moses Sumney Sheds Himself In Emotional Single “Don’t Bother Calling”

On the heels of the release of his debut studio album ‘Aromanticism’, Moses Sumney is full of a sense of responsibility. Responsibility that is, above all else, to himself. Responsibility to tell the truth, but even before that a responsibility to interrogate and get to the bottom of what his particular ‘truth’ even is. How […]

Young Thug’s “Beautiful Thugger Girls” is both Innovative and Versatile

[7/10] (read about my scale and process here: http://thesightsandsounds.com/scale-art-reviewing-art-neutral-5/ That is a review score that will most likely catch many readers off guard, and understandably so; I, myself, was quite surprised at just how much I enjoyed this project. For quite some time, I had been a Young Thug denier, dismissively categorizing his music within the […]

Sudan Archives Shares Second Track “Paid” Off Forthcoming EP

Sudan Archives is a name you will not want to forget. Just last month, the self-taught violinist, vocalist, and producer stunned us here at The Sights and Sounds with the first track, “Come Meh Way,” off her forthcoming EP. “Come Meh Way” flowed between short bursts on a fiddle, tambourine, and violin, whilst carrying listeners to […]