CONOR COLEY+ A$TROBOY$ + MARLENA TAYLOR

Conor Coley, previously known as SongofCole, is a Birmingham based Singer/ Songwriter. Conor’s lyrics are to the point, often touching on personal situations that create a dark and atmospheric sound. Travelling the world at only eighteen years old has shaped Conor into an interesting and captivating artist. Through Mixing his clever wordplay with Pop, RnB & alternative production the sound is dark, Mysterious and hard to define to just one genre. Conor recently released his first full length project, Fools Paradise, under the stage name SongOfCole, which he is now ready to leave behind. Conor has been performing shows and events around The UK including supporting XY&O on their headline tour & opening Franko Fraize at his Birmingham Headline show.

Conor Coley Links: Facebook | Instagram | Spotify 


Midlands own A$TROBOY$ are an up and coming Alternative Hip-Hop Group, consisting of RJ & Don Wheezy. Combining different elements of Hip-Hop, Trap, R&B, and Grime. Releasing music as part of the Dystopian District Collective.’

A$TROBOY$ Links: Facebook | Instagram | Spotify 


Hailing out of Birmingham, UK, 25-year-old poet/rapper/humanitarian Marlena Taylor is an artist with a vision to use her voice to fearlessly inspire and motivate the next generation. “I remember growing up, my brother was really big on music and he would listen to a lot of Nas, Jay-Z, Missy Elliot, Nelly, 50 Cent. That’s what I grew up on. Then I got into secondary school and that’s where I got into poetry. Having the freedom of self-experience and being able to connect with people through stories is powerful.” 2019 saw Marlen. take a leap of faith by stepping into her recording studio and recording her debut single of 2019 titled ‘G.O.O.M.S’ which is an acronym for ‘Get Off Of My shit’. Along with three other tracks which shaped Marlen.’s arrival within the U.K. scene as well as the rest of the world.

Making music from the comfort of her bedroom, Marlen. is far from being the typical female artist we are used to. Everything from her dress sense, to the way she articulated herself and portray herself has a purpose which goes far beyond the fast-food scene. ‘I don’t want to make music for the moment’ she said. ‘I get bored of that. I feel like my mission on earth is to create music with a message. There’s so much that as an artist, I can share with the world through music that will inspire people to get from where they are now to where they want to be. I feel it’s my responsibility to not conform to the demands of the world, but to the demands of the people. The content that I put out is a life-long gift from me to the people who would listen to my music’

2020 is already looking promising for the rising Birmingham artist with support from BBC Introducing WM she will be releasing a song every week on this year.

Marlena Taylor Links: Soundcloud | Instagram | YouTube

Watch the official video for ‘Put’em Up/Hands Up’ here: