Posts Tagged ‘gabriel black’

March 12, 2018

Gabriel Black has unveiled a new dark and twisted love fantasy. He brings us a fresh effusion of his genre bending alt music on ‘jump’, on which he blends 90′s emo with rock and hip hop, plus he’s brought along Spanish starlet Sofi de la Torre for the ride, too. They make a heavenly pairing on the raw and gripping ballad. Like Romeo and Juliet, they weave a tragic but romantic tale, which is out now on Cloudkid’s newly minted label. Grab ‘jump’ from iTunes, here.

December 21, 2017

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Featured Music – December 15 – 20, 2017
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December 16, 2017

In a way, Gabriel Black has been a hurricane ever since he made his debut earlier this year with ‘sad boy’, a critically acclaimed, genre defying song that left tastemakers reeling. The alt musician blends hip hop, lo-fi emo rock, and soul in a way that we’ve rarely encountered, if ever. New song Hurricane is a raw emulsion, a morose and jaded yet witty and devilish charmer.  You can stream the singer songwriter’s prior three singles on Soundcloud, here, as we look ahead to a bright and promising 2018.

October 19, 2017

gabriel black’s music is mesmeric and intense. Though he’s only been around for a few months, he’s had us transfixed since his debut on Sad Boy. Latest single freedom is also a gripping, searing listen that pushes boundaries with its combination of bluesy rock guitars, alt hip hop, and incendiary R&B. freedom is raw and powerful, yet intimate and earnest, much like his prior two releases so far. Re-visit those releases on Soundcloud, here. You can watch a lyric video for the singer songwriter and producer’s latest single below. 

September 8, 2017

I’m sure we can think of more than twenty one questions to ponder regarding  mysterious newcomer Blaise, whom some may recognize as Blaise Railey from Louis The Child hit Phone Died, but let’s set all that wondering aside and fully submerse ourselves in what looks to be his debut single, 21 Questions. The R&B and hip hop number is laid back and meditative, yet incredibly hooking and addictive. There’s a profoundness to be found in all the questions posed in the soul searching piece and its vocoder treated, amply pitched vocals, which channel plenty of Cudi. Apparently, Gabriel Black and Imad Royal are also somehow involved with Blaise’s 21 Questions. You can say that our curiosity is more than piqued, and we look forward to learn more about Blaise. Visit his Soundcloud, here.

June 28, 2017

I’ve been dying to share with you this sensational debut for the past four days, but I haven’t had a chance to jump on until now. Finally, I can make amends for the delay with a giddy share of ‘sad boy’, the very first song from new alternative singer songwriter and producer gabriel black. His music, which blends alt rock, hip hop, and dark pop lyricism altogether, has been compared to gnash and Blackbear. There’s also an organic allure to its earthiness and heartfelt delivery that reminds me of recent buzz magnet NoMBe. gabriel black’s music is heavily inspired by his travels from Pennsylvania to California, and everywhere in between. He’s also a creator of an entire visual brand, drawing and curating each piece that makes up the back story of his music. ‘sad boy’ might be our only taste of gabriel black’s creativity so far, but it’s so genuine and visionary that it’s obvious, this is an artist to watch. Download the single for free, here. Watch gabriel black’s lyric video for his debut, below.