Sony ATV Songwriter Reece teams up with Shojon to release first song from collaborative EP

Reece Robertson (Reece) (Sony ATV songwriter) and Shojon (Craftee Arts) give us ‘AU-X’ a feel-good invitation to the celebration of grind & victory.

Certibeats on production andengineered at That SP Studios, the track uses Afro-Pop and R&B to deliver ‘a Vibe’. Reece’s smooth vocals with Shojon’s spiritedlines make for a charismatic energy fuelled performance that fills the song with a bounce. 

Both Artists Hailing from Greenwich as youngsters, meeting through mutual friend & Producer Danny Yen was short lived, it wasn’t long after that Reece was performing at wireless Festival whilst Shojon was on air with kid bookie on Tim Westwood’s Show.

The duo continued on separate paths. Shojon at the time recording the likes of Blinkie and Bluey Robinson early in their careers in his bedroom studio in Plumstead. Whilst Reece was on tour with N-Dubz and charting in Australia with a feature on Danni Minogue’s’ ‘Summer Of Love’.

The 2 have rekindled creative talents to put together a collaborative project that will showcase an array of melodic tones and moods.

The visual not yet published exhibits the duo in luxurious world of high-end vehicles and extravagant vodka, a nod in the name to ‘AU Vodka’ an ultra-premium brand owned by Jackson Quinn and Charles Morgan also partial owner Charlie Sloth as well nodding to the music grind (AUX). Visual to be released soon.

Click here to stream AU-X

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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