‘Never Stops’: EDBL, Turt & Quinn Oulton Collaborate on New Single

EDBL (Ed Black), Turt, and Quinn Oulton have recently collaborated on a new single entitled ‘Never Stops’, a jazz-infused alt hip-hop melody that pushes the boundaries of musical exploration.

Creation of ‘Never Stops’

Creating ‘Never Stops’ came about from an online session between EDBL and LA multi-instrumentalist Kiefer, whose piano chords and improvised solos laid the foundation for the song. UK hip-hop MC Turt and UK soul polymath Quinn Oulton infused the track with a blend of styles, resulting in textured sounds that makes the collaboration feel natural.

EDBL’s commitment to genre-defying music

This song comes off the back of sold-out headline shows at London’s iconic Jazz Café and legendary Blue Note Tokyo that took place this year. It marks EDBL’s second release of 2024, following the success of his track ‘The Way Things Were’, which received a Joe Hertz UK garage remix to celebrate surpassing 10 million streams on Spotify.

Voices behind ‘Never Stops’

Each artist brings a unique perspective to ‘Never Stops’. Turt’s verses reflect on the sacrifices necessary for change and freedom, touching on themes of fear, pain, and hunger. Oulton’s saxophone layers and vocal lines create a contrast between the verses and the chorus that enhances the atmosphere of the listening experience.

‘Never Stops’ has picked up support from Spotify’s NMF, Just Dropped and Monday Spin playlists plus BBC Introducing London. The full mixtape will be out in July with special features from Iyamah, Kofi Stone, Jayahadadream, Guvna B and more.

Ed black blazes the UK music scene

EDBL is a beatmaker, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. With a track record of collaborating with over 60 artists and accumulating over 70 million streams, EDBL’s creativity shines through in ‘Never Stops’, placing him as a trailblazer in the UK music scene. ‘Never Stops’ and ‘The Way Things Were’ showcase EDBL’s commitment to genre-defying music and his collaborations which resonate with audiences worldwide.

Written by Juliana Zammit

Juliana is a Bachelor student studying Journalism, and photography. Allowing her to narrate stories through text and images.

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