Kris James - Get Back To Love

Kris James – Get Back To Love

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kris James - Get Back To Love

Kris James – Get Back To Love

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name:  Kris James

 

Song Title:  Get Back To Love

 

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Kris James is back with a stunning video for the song entitled Get Back To Love.

 

Kris sings with confidence.

 

His sweet coated voice will entice listeners.

 

The video is overwhelming while the song is tuneful.

 

His performance is impressive.

 

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Kris is back this October with his brand new upbeat vibrant single ‘Get Back to Love’ – Following on from the global success of his previous top 40 singles “I’ll Be Here” “Anymore” and “Eyes Open.”

 

After achieving international success as the former lead singer of the band The Scheme, Liverpool born singer/songwriter Kris James launched his solo career in the summer of 2018.

 

His critically acclaimed debut single “Eyes Open” which debuted on the cover of Music Week magazine peaked at number 25 in the official iTunes chart where it held the position for four weeks.

 

The track also received great success in Europe and Latin America and had spot plays
on National Radio.

 

The success of Kris James’ tracks continues to illustrate how he is the looming trailblazer in the music industry and the new single will show this to all his listeners around the world.

 

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BiG HEATH - Too Big

BiG HEATH – Too Big

 

BiG HEATH - Too Big

BiG HEATH – Too Big

 

 

Artist Name:  BiG HEATH

 

Song Title:  Too Big

 

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BiG HEATH brings to life an eye-catching music video for the song entitled Too Big.

 

This gifted rapper thrills with a powerful delivery of words.

 

Colourful backgrounds add to the value of the video.

 

The lighting is excellent.

 

Too Big is a mix of rap vocals with driving instrumentation.

 

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A rapper hailing not from an inner-city, but the quiet suburbs of Cambridge, BiG HEATH is not only comfortable with being different, but he also embraces it, delivering rhymes that veer from the well-trodden ground of the ‘road’.

 

 

His realness and sensitivity is clear to see within the introspective lyrical content, tackling vulnerability with surprising candour.​

 

On the Lonely EP, Big Heath says:

“I wrote it as an introduction to the game. I wanted to make a statement to the world that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. The way I’ve presented Lonely embodies everything I want to represent – I want people to believe in themselves and break the mould. I’ve opened up about my family and my life up to this point, I wanted to set the scene and let people know my plan.”

 

Having first started rapping at 10 – when he realized it helped him overcome his stutter – BiG HEATH got his first break in 2017 when he was booked for notable support slots with Nas and Freddie Gibbs.

 

Keeping up the momentum this year, BiG HEATH opened the main stage at Wireless – brought out by Semtex – and performed on the Radio 1Xtra stage at Reading & Leeds Festival.

 

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