Basheba drops new track ‘Shame’

Known for combining break beat and jungle rhythms in previous work, ‘Shame’ continues to show a progression in sound for the young artist. Her ‘from the heart’ lyrics and dark soulful vocal delivery always stands out in her music, and it’s this which she has been able translate effortlessly to other areas like alt pop, RnB and Trip Hop with this project. ‘Shame’ is the first track to be taken from Basheba’s new experimental EP due for release late Autumn. Listen here

“I wrote this about a real situation I went through. At the time I was writing it to vent but it ended up being one of my favourite songs I’ve written. I feel a lot of people will relate to Shame and the story behind it. It was Produced by Ogre and Runone who I’ve worked with a lot in the past. Runone sent me the beat and I instantly fell in love with it.”

Previous track ‘Don’t Go’ accumulated over 100K views on YouTube in its first 2 months after dropping in April this year and garnered support across tastemaker and underground platforms online and at Radio. This and previous tracks have been championed at Radio by BBC Radio 1, BBC 1 Xtra, BBC Introducing (1xtra Introducing track of the week), 6 Music, Amazing Radio, Reprezent, Hoxton Radio and online by SBTV, Complex, Afropunk, 405, Fred Perry, Stupid Dope and many Hype Machine blogs. Other highlights include; a sync on SKY Sports, supporting Etta Bond live and being heavily supported by Mobo since featuring as one of their Unsung Top 10 last year.

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