Being the daughter of famed reggae musicians Toyin Adekale and Klearview Harmonix, it's no surprise Tottenham's Taliwhoah has embarked on a music career. With sounds that pack enough punch to hold up against the trap-infused R&B made popular by the likes of Bryson Tiller, Taliwhoah is bound to make big moves in 2017 when her upcoming EP is unveiled, particularly given that her most recent tracks are her best yet. The SNE-assisted "Fast FWD" samples Mary J. Blige's "I Can Love You" and depicts trap-soul at its very best, whilst latest single "Alright" is the perfect self-empowering soundtrack for when dealing with any BS. With new music on the horizon, we're not foreseeing a let-up from the north Londoner anytime soon.
A must-hear: "Fast FWD"
"I remember having the Mary J. Blige sample stuck in my head, and when I sat down to write 'Fast FWD', the sample just flowed so nicely in there, so I wrote the track fairly quickly. Both Levelle and SNE came in and added a natural sauce to it that I feel made it a song both men and women can relate to."—Taliwhoah