A melodic hip-hop infused single: ‘Hostess’ is the latest release from UK songstress MORGAN

Looking ahead towards a successful fourth quarter, following the release of her biggest single to date ‘Mulholland Drive’ with over 1.5 million streams so far – MORGAN gifts us a taste of what’s to come with the release of a melodic, hip-hop infused single ‘Hostess’ produced by Cadenza.

Bringing a fresh new sound to the contemporary popular music space, MORGAN adds to her ever expanding musical range amalgamating smooth textured vocals alongside her rapping prowess. The songstress plays on the word ‘Hostess’ as she brings life to her music, with a unique, edgy finesse showcased in the visuals – pointing towards a debut EP that’ll be rich in sound, character and vibes.

In MORGAN’S words:

“Hostess is essentially about materialism and how it means absolutely nothing in the grand scheme of things. I had so much fun writing this song. Cadenza is such a sick producer and Sakima is one the most exciting upcoming songwriters – it was the perfect combination in the studio and couldn’t have asked for anyone else to help me bring this idea I had to life.”

Signed to Rudimental’s record label Major Tom’s – home to Anne Marie and Ella Henderson – the London label is itself building a formidable reputation for developing outstanding new artists and the songstress is undeniably in good company.

MORGAN’s captivating storytelling continues to define and establish the young powerhouse as one of the UK’s most exciting new voices. With early support from tastemakers RADIO 1, BBC 1XTRA, CAPITAL XTRA and KISS FRESH positioning the songstress as a need-to-know act, if “Hostess” is any indication, be sure to keep your eyes and ears open. The BEATS1 ascending artist, is set to leave a firm imprint on 2020.

‘Hostess’ is available now via all major platforms.

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