Knox Brown is a name you’re going to want to get to know now, and a name that you will be hearing a lot more of in the future. One listen to the Jamaican-born, British-raised singer, songwriter, and producer’s debut solo single “Harry’s Code,” and you can tell that this is an artist bursting with creative energy. The song is clearly influenced by the dub reggae of Knox Brown’s Jamaican heritage, mixing that with soulful vocals and a grand gospel feel to yield wonderful results.

It’s one of the most exciting debut songs I’ve heard in a while, and you can check out our premiere of the song, which just got its first radio play on Zane Lowe’s show, below.

Quite apart from making brilliant solo tracks like “Harry’s Code,” Knox Brown has been writing and producing for Jay Z, Mary J Blige, and Aloe Blacc, alongside various other exciting projects that you’ll be hearing more about soon. One to look out for, no doubt.

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