Don’t Chat’ is a bangin’ drum and bass riddim, perfect for the summer
dance-floor & festival season. It is also the second single
release from the Beat Bazaar Records debut album: Feel Good, which features a healthy selection of musical collaborations from Manchester music talent.
Don’t Chat is the debut musical offering from a pair of dynamic newcomers to the Manchester music scene, DJ Void & Natasha Maximova. The pair joined forces on a Beat Bazaar music collaboration and came up with the heavyweight track, Don’t Chat, which will have you skankin’ out hard whilst trying to keep up with the catchy lyrics.
Uniquely talented female lyricist Natasha Maximova gets ya ‘shaking your bum bum and sipping your nectar’ as she shows off her bilingual rapping skills, combining the English and Russian lingo.
Void’s tantalizing drum and bass style is dark, fierce and
all-consuming. He is skillful producer emerging from Manchester’s
You can expect more from each of these Mancunian bass heads in the near future
mighty Big Tune has been written and produced by 14 year old GVANI, who
is also performs on the track. The tune is just as it’s title suggests,
apart from it’s not just big, it’s an absolutely massive banger for lil
people, which will go down like a treat with hip hop lovers.
Tune for Lil People is the first production GVANI has ever made, at the
tender age of 12, taught by the late Richard Sliwa, the musical legend
at Gorse Hill Studios, Manchester.
Short, sweet and powerful with witty lyrics and a raw quality, the tune gets you noddin’ hard instantly.
is definitely one to watch in the coming years. Spitting conscious
lyrics over banging self produced beats, this young artist has something
extra special to offer.
Change’ is a powerful & emotive debut single from the incredibly
talented singer-songwriter ‘Empress Asher’ from Manchester UK. It is
also the first single from the forthcoming ‘Feel Good Album’ and the
first official release on Beat Bazaar Records. Make a Change is a
thought provoking yet soothing offering, with Asher’s soulful vocals
layered perfectly over the minimalist contemporary electronic beats
constructed by the skilful producer Lorien Edwards.
The song serves as an official introduction to Empress Asher, who is no newcomer to Manchester’s underground music scene, where there is a buzz and excitement around her. Influenced by a range of music from reggae to jungle, Asher likes to fuse different styles and flavours in her music. However, it is perhaps her connection with soul, rare groove and RnB that is most evident, when listening to Asher’s smooth and soulful song Make a Change.
Growing up around South Manchester
during the 80s and 90s, in a society where disparity and inequality was
rife, has been a huge influence on Empress Asher’s song-writing. This
comes through in her lyrics in Make a Change, which carries a poignant
message about the struggles in life, calling for a change! Make a Change
marks the start of a very busy year for Asher, who has several songs in
the pipeline and is currently working on a solo EP with Lorien Edwards.
Addictedis the next single from the forthcoming compilation album, Feel Good featuring an array of talented songwriters from Manchester.
song is a slick collaboration between talented songstress Empress Asher
and eloquent producer DJ Diemond’ED. Stepping out from behind the
scenes with this long awaited first official offering, Diemond’ED is
bringing a sublime style of production, distinct and versatile.
is a delicious soul number, blending Asher’s seductive vocals with
smooth classic grooves, evoking sultry vibes and smoky blues bars.
lush and rich in flavour, this song is destined to become a big
Manchester favourite, and the rest of the world will surely follow
Complimented with an earthy video produced by Jon Brady – Red Lettuce Camera.
The 69 Project – Got Wings featuring Gary Nesta Pine
The 69 Project is an exciting new musical duo based in
Liverpool, consisting of Róbert Horváth (Rob JR) and Ádám Kalocsai
(Did0!) both originating from Hungary. Newcomers to the dance world,
the pair have been making music together for the last 7 years, cooking
up some impressive progressive house rhythms, whilst also experimenting
with the grittier sounds of trap music. Their slick production style
attracted the attention of platinum award winning artist Gary “Nesta” Pine,
well known for the popular dance anthem Love Generation produced by Bob
Sinclair. The musical collaboration, resulted in an incredible
production, combining The 69 Project’s uplifting production style with
Gary Nesta Pine’s compelling vocals and powerful lyrics. Got Wings is
not an ordinary love song, it carries a deep message of self love,
freedom and purification. The VIP Remix, also produced
by The 69 Project, is a punchier number with even more dancefloor
energy. Further remixes are in the pipeline so watch this space.