Relatively little is known about U.K. Island Records signee O.W.S.—his presence on social media is essentially nil—but you shouldn’t mistake his low profile for a lack of connects. New single and DJBooth debut Waterline, premiered via Jay-Z‘s Life + Times blog, finds him hooking up with one of the bigger names in Stateside hip-hop. You may come for Pusha T‘s guest 16, but you’ll stay for the singer/songwriter’s melodic verses, delivered over the artist’s own ethereal synth-pop grooves. Waterline isn’t attached to a larger project, but if this cut’s piqued your interest, you can keep your browsers locked for more fresh material from this rising pop star.
Written by richard on 09/4/14
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