Young and talented vocalist, Law, seems to be the what the South African RnB industry is missing. The East Rand born crooner has just released his latest single, No Love. This one is from an EP of the same name which he also released.
Law is a South African RnB singer/songwriter who has been making music for some time now. In mid-2017, he landed his vocals on Jub Jub’s come back song titled, Shooting Star. And then came back later on that same year, on Psyko Beats’ track, titled See Me, that featured him and YoungstaCPT.
After dropping The Anticipated Tape in March, Law comes back with a new EP titled No Love. No Love is centered around the “not so good” part of his journey with love. As love can be described as a drug, this is his road to recovery and trying his best to put all of it to bed.
The themes in No Love are different from The Anticipated Tape as in the latter highlights different struggles that come with being an up and coming artist. He is essentially trying to keep a good connection in a relationship and the people around him.
He recently dropped a single from the mixtape titled No Love. The single is a soulful rendition of Law singing about self-love because he could never find any other person who can love him the way he can.
On a deeper level though, Law is singing about the intense disappointments he has faced in his journey for love. He is not receiving the love he knows he deserves.
The sound on No Love is incredibly fresh but has elements of familiarity which are reminiscent of Chris Brown in his golden years. Law owns his own style though through his impressive song writing abilities as well as his cadence. If this is what he has in store for us, then we are in for quality music!
Link up with Law on his social media to see what he is up to next.
Peep No Love below!
#TrapTuesday: Darse Mayne Drops New EP Titled Vacation
Tuesdays are our faves because we dedicate it to the wonderful genre of Trap Music. Although the genre has evolved over the last couple of years with the popular approach mellowed down, it still kicks. Today we profile talented young rapper, Darse Mayne who recently dropped his EP.
Derrick Oliver is young, hungry and making music that not only resonated but that is well suited for his scope of talent. The young rapper was born on the 17th of April 2001 which means he is barely out of his teens.
He is better known by his stage name, Darse Mayne, is a Nigerian recording hip hop artist, producer, songwriter born in Nigeria and raised in South Africa. Darse is originally a rapper but due to his versatile art and raw talent, he has tapped into different genres such as Afro pop, Rnb and Dance hall.
In May he dropped his single titled Whole Life followed by a music video which got so much support from his listeners and the single earned him an interview on Vow fm and UJ FM. To follopw that success up, Darse Mayne dropped his first solo project titled Vacation with 7 tracks that are self produced.
Did he name his EP Vacation because of the sound?
The EP itself is such a breath of fresh air. There is a seamless fusion of Trap Soul, RnB and Dance Hall which makes Vacation a literal vacation for the ears.
The beats are not too intrusive, they are laidback enough for the listener to be able to enjoy the actual content of the song. It’s also comforting to know that he produced this entire project by himself.
He raps mostly about the current state of his mind, his hustles, what he struggles with. His flow, cadence and sensible approach to making music is impressive, especially for an artist as young as he is. He shows incredible maturity and honesty in this project.
Darse feels that it’s in his hands to get South African music recognized beyond that which is already set by our current reigning artists. If he carries on making this type of music then we have no doubt that his vision will be realized.
Listen to Vacation below!