The 100% Homegrown Download features Target's selection for 'Unsigned Track Of The Week'. Brand new black British music delivered to you for free every Sunday courtesy of BBC Radio 1Xtra.
Sun, 8 Dec 13
26 days remaining
Malisa is a Leeds based singer songwriter who has gained a bit of a following coveering songs by Alicia Keys and Justin Timberlake. "Don't Know Tomorrow" is a nice little for you ahead of her forthcoming debut album.
Sun, 1 Dec 13
20 days remaining
Georgina started song writing in 2010, and moved to Bristol after Uni where she teamed up with DnB producers Mediks. With them, she recorded 2 tracks which received support from Zane Lowe and Mistajam. Her musical inspirations currently consist of Andreya Triana, Snake Hips, Gorgon City, MNEK, Joey Bada$$, Kove and Ella Eyre. Watching Me has already received radio support from Crissy Criss and BBC Introducing in Hereford and Worcester.
Sun, 24 Nov 13
13 days remaining
19 year old Derby based Lauren is here to make an impact. Influenced by the likes of Pharrell, Erykah Badu, Jessie Ware and SBTRKT, this Piano, Violin, Flute and Guitar player has something fresh to bring to the table. Move over TLC, Lauren is redefining the term Crazy Sexy Cool.
Sun, 17 Nov 13
5 days remaining
'Only You' is the latest offering from one of Manchester's freshest 4 piece groups, Red Sky Noise (formerly Citizen). They're influenced by Bass music, Soul & Blues so this should be a good one.
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