FOX’s Lethal Weapon (Season 2 Episode 19) opens with Prateek Kuhad’s “Oh Love.” Streaming now here.
First Direct Bank recently caught up with Izzy Bizu to discuss her musical background and influences. Be sure to catch the full interview below:
The highly anticipated Isolation features BIA on track 2, “Miami.” Check out the full track list here.
Congratulations to Prateek Kuhad for winning Best Indie Collaboration and Best Pop Artist at this year’s Freedom Awards!
At this year’s BMI Latin Awards BIA was celebrated for having one of the most played Latin songs of 2017. Congratulations BIA, J Balvin, Pharrell Williams, and Sky! Be sure to stream “Safari” below.
“Tum Jab Paas” has garnered Prateek Kuhad a nomination for Best Pop Artist. Cast your vote for this year’s Radio City India’s Freedom Awards here!
From Amy Winehouse to Frank Ocean, be sure to read about all the artists Rainy Milo has found inspiration in, here.
The March 2018 issue of The Improper Bostonian features BIA “dish[ing] on touring, spanglish phrases and writing in her sleep.” Check out the full coverage here.
OkayAfrica recently caught up with Izzy Bizu to discuss her background and musical success thus far. Izzy shares, “I was brought up with an African mum and an English old-fashioned father, so the minute I left the house and started writing music, I felt like a baby bird flying out of my cage.” Read the full interview on OkayAfrica here.
The recent release follows their 2017 song “Girls.” The Most Radicalist describes the new track as an “intriguing blend of contagious alt pop and indie.” While Hillydilly writes: “their gritty production, dreamy deliveries, and stellar writing make for an indie-alternative gem.” You can catch the latest Life in Sweatpants single below, and check out the complete Hillydilly and The Most Radicalist posts here and here.
Watch the music video for Swimsuit Issue’s latest song “Look Now” below, and keep an eye out for the duo’s debut EP later this year.
The newest track has seen praise by When the Horn Blows, where they describe Rainy’s vocals as “flawlessly intertwined with the fragile synths and the hazy atmospherics of the song.” Clash Magazine highlights the “soulful” and “tender” lyrics that “pushes home [Rainy’s] point in effortless fashion, each note seeming to hit harder and harder.” You can stream “Hope and Glory” below, and catch the full reviews by When the Horn Blows and Clash Magazine here and here.