Check out some of the amazing soul/rnb music submitted to us via our Submithub in our Souled Out Vibes Collection.

Featuring: CLAY​, Tree Thomas​ , Deion​, Lanre’ Obiskenti​ & Joshua Worden​

CLAY – Forgotten How To Fly

CLAY’s debut single “WildThing/3’s A Crowd” topped the Spotify global viral chart within it’s first week and her music has since generated a few million streams across platforms. Forgotten How To Fly is the first single off a larger project due out in 2018

Joshua Worden – Biven’s Arm

Atlanta R&B/Trip Hop artist Joshua Worden shares his new single “Biven’s Arm off his forthcoming EP “Cinders”.

The single reflects Joshua’s style of music which reminds me of something Chris Martin’s would deliver. The lyrics is very infectious and cuts through smoothly over the soul yet bouncy instrumental.

Lanre Obiskenti – I Love You

Nigerian singer Lanre Obiskenti makes his debut on HWING with his soul driven song titled “I Love You.” Not much is known about the singer but you can tell he has got a unique vocal which cuts through the lovely instrumental.

Deion – Hold On (Prod. Floyd the Locsmif)

Deion returns with a melodic and addictive lead single “Hold On” off his much anticipated new album.

The Cincinnati, Ohio native’s vocals sound as rich and smooth as ever on “Hold On,” a track that arrives at the perfect time for our society. Its message of faith and keeping your head up could not be more relevant-or-necessary, and it’s also never sounded quite this good. You can also thank the producer for that, because Floyd The Locsmif’s piano-fueled instrumental is the perfect match for Deion’s songwriting.

Tree Thomas “Need Tree” Video

Taking on the Tyrese’s 1998 hit, “Sweet Lady,” Tree delivers a sensual love ballad that finds him singing and rapping to a sweet and special someone. In the visual, Tree wanders amongst the trees and serenades his future lover. Highlighted by Tree’s flip on the already amazing chorus and clever word play, “NEED TREE” is another strong addition in his steady-growing catalogue of music.

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