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Meet Ivana & Jessica Nwokike (VanJess)

These Nigerian born but Cali raised RnB Soul artists are authentic. Ivanna, 26 & 25-year old Jessica’s music is best described as healing – so trippy with a positive vibe.

Light some candles,

run a bath,

& get some speakers to listen to the full potential of VanJess.

Their song Cool Off The Rain literally ends with relaxing rain sound effects after serenading you with their cool beats. “Filters” shows heavy 90’s-2000 RnB inspirations. “Through Enough” featuring Goldlink sounds Craig David influenced with a twist & “Addicted’ is an Ode to JLo’s  “If You Had My Love

But they never stray too far from their roots  “Another Lover” could be considered a Afro-beats & House music fusion.

VanJess’s  album titled “Silk Canvas” is truly a canvas for their talents.

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Odunsi (The Engine)

a true & smooth machine;

his joint EP with Nonso Amadi “War” could be the most concise body of art a young artist has produced.

A mere four songs Odunsi –& Nonso Amadi– take you on an enchanting journey sonically & lyrically.

The Engine increases or decreasing the tempo near the end of each song on the EP. Adding breaks where necessary to ensue seemly endless seamless transitions.

Odunsi’s music can be described as Afrobeats-House-Dancehall music. It’s suitable for a romantic day with your special someone or a nice strip tease while you bust a sexy whine.

Throw on “Ocean” for relaxing vibe suitable for most fun adventures & if you love Kevin Lyttle “Don’t” samples his hit song “Turn me on”. The disk scratch &  drum interlude in War” provides the ear-gasm achieved when we hear a new pleasant sound.

But,

never put Odunsi in a box because his freestyle “Vanilla” is a different type of tune & flow.  “Happy Hour ft Okuntakinte” might as well be house “world” music.

Recently Odunsi released his much anticipated  first album “rare.” with heavy influences from the 80s. Watch out for the review on “WhoToldYou.blog”

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