Since the likes of Jessie Ware et al ignited the scene, we have seen quite a few new female artists striding out of the soul-pop frontiers, each staking a claim of their noteworthiness with self-assured vocal command as their guide. Yet, with the genre eliciting a high right of now, the trend of aspiring newcomers of this ilk sees no end.
The next up-and-coming artist on the buzz could possibly be looked upon as Liverpudlian songstress Tayá who at 17 years young, really does nip at the bud when thinking of the long range possibilities which could best potentially see her mature into something on an international scale of really special.
The amount of talent beyond her years is palpably unmistakable and additionally to first making an impression a few years ago, which saw the teen starlet gain some creditable tour support slots. The next chink in the chain notes AlunaGeorge’s George Reid coming on board overseeing production.
The result of the collaboration is the soulfully smooth “Sweet Waste Of Time” and it’s hard not to mistake the woozy throbs of Reid’s signature, future bass produced beats which pound at a tempered rate.
Presiding over the spacey, electronic decorated backdrop Tayá steals in a velveteen glowing performance which is so wavy on heat, it’s going down a treat, like momma’s homemade gravy trickling over your roast on a Sunday.
The short of it is, Tayá sounds every way like a future pop queen in the making! Do you hear this Disclosure? Tayá sure would fit in with the Lawrence Brothers garage assisted, house productions like a dream.