Aaron London’s newest creation Life Don’t Stress Me, is something that blurs the line between smooth R&B and tough Hip-Hop with a sprinkle of meaningful lyrics. To those who have been pressing that snooze button on the producer then it’s about time to introduce you.
The East London based artist was one half of the electric-pop duo, WØLVES, alongside fellow artist New Machine, who collaborated with the likes of Jorja Smith, Plan B, Ed Sheeran, Joey Bada$$ and many more. Aaron has been slowly getting the attention of Earmilk and The Fader as part of that duo, but now as he spreads his wings from his producer box, Aaron is stepping out into the limelight and releasing music that shows you the greater extent of his abilities.
‘Life Don’t Stress Me’ is a feel-good track with soul behind the vocals and lyrics, whether that’s from his writing, singing in falsetto and overall production of the track. It’s about taking time for yourself and making sure you focus on your life, not everyone else’s. A smooth backing vocal is ever-present throughout the track and a fresh beat has shown Aaron London’s capabilities not only as an artist, but as a producer.
“The last few years have been a lot, from Brexit to Donald Trump. Going into 2020 my first release had to reflect my mindset for the rest of the year. I encourage everyone to take time for themselves and not always let the world’s issues affect your personal health.” – Aaron London
It’s been a tough time for the world in most recent times, so this new track symbolises happiness and chilled vibes to focus on our own life.
If his work as a producer/artist isn’t enough, the musician is also in the editing process of releasing a brand new documentary about his life in music, living in East-London and the struggles he has come across.
Also, Aaron is currently pitching to Netflix for an animation show that he has animated himself. This is an artist who just doesn’t stop, even creating a new track/video once a week on his Instagram, so this is someone to watch out for.
‘Life Don’t Stress Me’ is available now via all major platforms.
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