Rocks Fire Mid­dle Ground

Glamour (South Africa) - - Glam Guide - Ma­jozi Richard Stir­ton

Af­ter be­ing on the road for six months, the Dur­ban­ite’s trav­els around the coun­try pro­vided in­spi­ra­tion for his first full-length al­bum. His unique take on in­die pop and gui­tar skills will im­press you, and his whole­some sounds will keep you hooked. Look out for col­labs with Tre­sor and Bafik­ile. Key track ‘Fire’ Get it For up­lift­ment

Con­nell Cruise Barely Breath­ing

A lot has hap­pened to this SA singer since he re­leased his first EP, in­clud­ing get­ting mar­ried and mov­ing to the US, which is where this, his sec­ond stu­dio al­bum, was recorded. The sin­ga­long pop sound we’ve come to know and love is still in­tact, but you can also ex­pect new depth in both the mu­sic and lyrics. Key track ‘Con­grat­u­la­tions’ Get it For its hon­esty The de­but al­bum from SA’S first win­ner of The Voice is the re­sult of work­ing with a range of writ­ers and pro­duc­ers, and it fea­tures col­labs with Josh Klyn­smith (Gangs of Bal­let) and Jethro Tait (Four). His in­die sound, raspy vo­cals, and themes of love and breakups make for a well-rounded al­bum. Key track ‘Call It luck’ Get it For easy lis­ten­ing

Harry Styles Harry Styles

This highly an­tic­i­pated solo de­but veers away from the sug­ary sen­ti­ments of One Di­rec­tion, show­ing that there is way more to Harry Styles than boy-band good looks and pop. Soul­ful and tightly cu­rated, the al­bum is rem­i­nis­cent of ’70s rock band Queen, which is high praise. Key track ‘Sweet Crea­ture’ Get it For in­spi­ra­tion

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