Top 5 Rising Genre-Crossover Artists
Genres are great, but they set limits, and believe it or not, music is limitless. Below, we will introduce to you the top 5 rising genre-crossover artists who will get you out of your comfort zone.
24kGoldn from California, USA, is a master of putting out a little bit of everything from pop-rap to moody alt-R&B. You have most probably heard his hit track’ MOOD,’ a party stonker featuring Iann Dior. If you haven’t, check it below:
Mixing warm and soothing R&B with a bright indie flourish, the six-friend collective Michelle captures the sound of New York. Their genre-spanning songs are electrifying and catchy, making the audience want to bathe in their musical serotonin for hours.
London, UK based Odeal is a fusion star mixing Afroswing with something a little more soulful. His blessed vocals with charming magnetism make him stand out from your typical Afroswing star. The rising star’s beautiful track ‘Sage’ demonstrates his sound’s full palette, making the audience fall for him instantly.
California-based artist Edel MJ is a master at blending multiple genres that influenced his music, ranging from trap and reggaeton to r&b. He delivers warmth, grooviness, and sensuality through his music. The rising artist’s recent track “Three Hearts,” dropped via Higher Living Music, helps him display the full spectrum of his raw talent and hard-working, devoted nature. The 21-year old’s passion for music stems from his early childhood, and since then, he has rapidly grown as an artist. The release of “Three Hearts” marks the up and coming artist’s fascinating entry to the bigger music scene. He surely will make some decent noise in the industry in 2021 with his diverse and vivid style.
1.박혜진 Park Hye Jin
Equally known for her tough techno sets and carefree dance videos, Seoul, South Korea native Park Hye Jin delivers dreamy electronic lullabies with escapist power. In her recent EP, How Can I, the artist makes her music float between multiple genres. Each track has its own defining genre features. Park Hye Jin refusing to be pigeonholed into any particular box or be dependent on genres and labels is the face of the music industry’s new generation.