Self-made artist Oscar Jerome is readying the release of his new self-titled EP. Citing his influences as Gil Scott Heron, John Martyn and Ebo Taylor in particular, he blends the past and the present effortlessly. With a style that combines soul with electronics and organic instrumentation while his vocals flit between signing and jazz-infused rapping with ease. Listen to the laid-back “2 Sides” which sees him crooning over a jazzy, easy-going D’Angelo inflected groove. This track sounds so intricate yet gloriously effortless. Have a listen below – if you like what you hear, support the artist here. This young man’s EP is going to be vibes.
1. Give Back What You Stole From Me
3. You Take Me
4. Evil Song