Thursday, 22 March 2018

5 Songs From CONTROLRadioUK Artists





You've seen our New Music Fridays and 5 picks of songs we think are pretty neat from non CONTROLRadioUK Artists. Well in this brand new feature, we're bring you 5 songs from CONTROLRadioUK Artists. These songs were chosen by our CEO/Director Trisha Benjamin, so without further ado!



This song came out towards the end of last week and you may have seen it featured among the staff picks on the CONTROLRadioUK Chart. Sugar Rush is a fantastic song and Max Restiano is an extremely talented Artist. The song is absolutely pop-tastic, and very much lives up to its name, we defy anyone not to hit the dance floor with this banger.





Released back in January, Without Walls is an interesting song from Lyia Mark. It starts off somewhat moody and then works its way into a terrific chorus. It's an extremely powerful song with superb vocals and production to accompany it & very much a favourite here at CONTROLRadioUK HQ.





Keeping with the Pop/Rock theme is Zee Krayski's fantastic Smile. Everything about this song is perfect from the beats, to the production, to the searing chorus and of course the vocals. This should very much be a song routed to your playlist, and it wouldn't surprise me if Zee Krayski is blowing up the CONTROLRadioUK Chart soon.





Ali Jacko is extremely popular here at CONTROLRadioUK. I Found Love proved to be quite the mainstayed on the CONTROLRadioUK Chart, and also featured among our 5 picks from CONTROLRadioUK Artists, so it's no surprise Only Thing I See is featured here as well. We've very much developed a Pop/Rock theme with the picks this week, and Only Thing I See is a beautiful song with a beautiful music video to accompany it.





In case you somehow missed the post earlier todayTommy Fleming has a new song out along with UK tour dates. Be All You Want To Be is a hauntingly beautiful song, so it's only right to be accompanied by a haunting beautiful video. The cinematography is amazing and the storyline is enough to bring tears to the eyes. It has been noted that Tommy Fleming has one heck of a voice, and it's very much put to good use on this soaring ballad.