Filed under: Music Video | Tags: L Marshall, Me and Mine, Music Video, Sneakbo
Sneakbo and L Marshall have teamed up for the second time, after first appearing together on one of my favourite songs of 2012, Sing For Tomorrow.
This track will feature on Sneakbos forthcoming EP Certified, which is coming out soon!
As a side note, I’ve tipped L Marshall as an artist to look out for in 2013, have a look at the rest of my artist choices here.
Zim Zimma is the new single from South London rapper Sneakbo. The single follows on from the huge record Sing For Tomorrow and will feature on his debut album Sneak To Da Bo which is release later this year. The single however will be out on October 29th!
Filed under: Music Video | Tags: Bigz, Don Strapzy, Fem Fel, Music Video, Random Impulse, Rocksteady (All Star Remix), SAS, Smiler, Sneakbo, Tyler Daley
The label told me this was coming! Smiler has teamed up with Sneakbo, Bigz, SAS, Tyler Daley, Random Impulse, Fem Fel & Don Strapzy for the remix of his smash Rocksteady which is taken from his mixtape All I Know.
Buy this remix now on iTunes.
Filed under: Performance | Tags: A 64, L Marshall, Performance, SB.TV, Sing For Tomorrow, Sneakbo
Sing For Tomorrow is one of my favourite tracks of 2012 so far. I like this A.64 version but the different key used in this doesn’t do this song justice.
Filed under: Music Video, Things I'm Feeling | Tags: L Marshall, Music Video, Sing For Tomorrow, Sneakbo
My current favourite record in the world right now has been given the video treatment. If this isn’t a smash hit I don’t know what is.
Filed under: Listen, Things I'm Feeling | Tags: L Marshall, Listen, My Favourite Record In The World Right Now, Sing For Tomorrow, Sneakbo
Drake’s favourite UK rapper Sneakbo has a monster on his hands right here. Sing For Tomorrow features another huge up and coming artist by the name of L Marshall. This track has huge potential to take Sneakbo not only to a mainstream audience through some daytime radio play but also to the likes of America and beyond.
I won’t lie to you, I thought Sneakbo was a one trick pony after hearing that awful track he released last year called The Wave but this has really made me re think.
Sing For Tomorrow has a really inspiring and uplifting message and feel. Fused with strings and melodic piano behind Marshall’s soulful hook this track had my heart in the first 10 seconds.
I love it and I know you will too.
After releasing a mess called The Wave in 2011 Sneakbo is back with something a bit more ‘playable’ in my eyes. This track is sure to have the club dance floors going crazy.