Top Five Rising Stars You Should be Listening to

Top Five Rising Stars You Should be Listening to
Top Five Rising Stars You Should be Listening to

2020 has become home to some of the most exciting prospects of the music industry from infused pop to retro R&B. You thought 2019 bought the show-stoppers but, 2020 has really treated us. 

Aaron Smith 

Following the success of his hit single ‘Unspoken’, Scottish singer-songwriter has caused quite the stir in the music industry with his down-to-earth yet celestial sound. 

With many tipping him to follow the footsteps of the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Aaron’s journey of love and trauma has created one of the most stunning EP of 2020 that speaks the truth.

Noisy

Known for their hybrid of hooks and beats; Worthing trio have quickly become a must to watch. 

From breaking through pubs and skateparks to now embracing worldwide attention, Noisy aren’t scared to break down the boundaries with their mosh-pit worthy noise for the paranoid generation. 

Arlo Parks 

At only 19-years-old the London singer-songwriter is being tipped as one of the biggest breakthroughs of 2020. Inspired by the likes of King Krule and Frank Ocean, Arlo Parks has mixed lo-fi indie leaning R&B sound that explores the blend of anxiety and empowerment. 

With a debut album in the works, Arlo Parks is becoming one of the most talked artists out there and we have joined the party. 

Bloxx

One of the most exciting indie-pop prospects within the industry, Bloxx have paved their way through stadium worthy anthems that create a seamless snapshot into love, loss and the youth. 

Fronted by powerhouse lyricist Fee Booth, the quartet are eager to share their anticipated debut album ‘Lie Out Loud’.

Bklava

And finally, South-London born Bklava, one of the hottest prospects of the dance scene through her smooth vocals and groovy beats.

Taking influence from her Lebanese heritage, Bklava has already played alongside some of the most recognisable names including Conducta and Roska. With a bright future ahead of her, Bklava ascent to the UK dance music is underway.