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Organic, soul, singer-?songwriter, Nia Ekanem releases his single ‘Travellers’, Premiered by PAUSE Online.
“Travellers” is taken from his upcoming self-?released EP. Heavy in?uenced by UK talent JP Cooper and R&B contemporary singer Mali Music. Nia Ekanem has blended both sounds into making a soulful-?folk, transparent single.
“Its okay to have fears, okay to worry and have doubts, especially when you’re walking into the unknown. But it’s important to keep going through it all and understanding that it will workout at the end”.
Nia Ekanem music has been described as Acoustic Soul, but he prefers the title ‘Organic’. His songs, written straight from the heart, are sweet to the ears of listeners especially when accompanied by the sound of his acoustic guitar, giving the audience an experience to remember. Today Nia Ekanem is climbing his way up the UK music scene and with patience and hard work he has had the opportunity to share the stage with some renowned artist such as, JP Cooper, Suli Breaks, Nego True and many more.
‘Travellers’ is taken from Nia Ekanem upcoming self-?released EP.
Listen to his latest track here:
Listen to more songs on Nia’s Soundcloud here.
A look into River Island’s upcoming collection.
River Island reveals its Autumn/Winter 2016 collection which consists of high quality fabrics, premium design features and sharp silhouettes. Statement outerwear and tailoring are layer ed with an array of chic smart casual pieces and everyday essentials to provide a versatile winter look . Colour palettes are seasonally rich; hues of brown, deep reds and bottle greens are complimented by neutral tones o f pale greys, soft camels and
creams. The AW16 collection will be released during the end of Summer at River Island stores and online.
See the full collection below:
Nike’s Hypervenom 2 has been revamped with solid earthy tones.
Following the fame of the “Dark Obsidian” version of the Hypervenom, Nike’s focus on colour and tone in accordance to season remains very strong, making the solid choice of going for a khaki and olive palette. Fittingly, the moniker “Medium Olive” is just that. Bronzed khaki upper, militarized olive tonal accents for the lace and the tongue along with a blacked out toe box and heel; these darker tones are employed to highlight the Flywire detail that runs along the side panel of the shoe. To compliement the minimalist nature of the sneaker, the eggshell white Free midsole is specked lightly with dark paint splatter.
We feel the shoe can be animated in a number of styles and outfits, We’d stick to a cutback and minimal look, plain white tee’s and fitted joggers would team up perfectly with the silhouette of the Hypervenom 2 FS. Be sure to pick up a pair at selected Nike retailers, including Titolo for approx £110GP.