OKP Premiere: Hear ADESUWA's Beautiful New Slow-Burner "Hot Water"
Over the years, Denitia Odigie has become one of NYC's most prized voices. Whether as half of the future r&b duo Denitia & Sene or as the whole of the forthcoming solo project under her middle name Adesuwa, Odigie has conveyed an unbridled command for melodics and musicianship, capturing the ears of casual listeners and tastemakers alike. But music hasn't been her only platform. Recently, Odigie has served as curator for the traveling Brooklyn art exhibit PARALLELS, which was prominently featured during her CMJ showcase a few weeks back alongside the likes of fellow BK mainstays The Visions and Rhythm & Stealth.
But for her solo outing, Odigie is coming with the heat and in all of the right ways. Case in point: the synth & sweat-soaked slow-burner "Hot Water." Here, Odigie links with producer Brad Williams to concoct a sprawling suite, built over slinky, washed-out guitar licks, stuttering kicks and snares, warbled organs and a jumpy bass line, all garnished with layers of her whispery vox and introspective yearning. There's no date just yet for the solo project's release, but this here should certainly keep you occupied. Stream Denitia Adesuwa Odigie's beautiful new cut "Hot Water" below and hold tight for the next transmission.