Mauvey has been influenced by artists like Michael Jackson, Kanye West, Oumou Sangaré, Prince, Childish Gambino, Labrinth, NAO, The Weeknd, and Andre 3000, as he goes on to state: "I am inspired by artists who made contributions so significant that they or their music will never be forgotten”.
A passionate Mauvey says, "If my entire music career is a giant book about the rigours of Love, the ups, the downs, the highs and the complicated lows, I'd have done my job of distributing Love", he goes on to say, "I want to be clear about what I'm talking, singing and rapping about - no games - I don't know everything, but I know that Love is everything, there's no better subject.
In Autumn 2020, Mauvey was awarded by the MOBO Help Musicians Fund. Mauvey has also been well supported by Huw Stephens’ BBC Music Introducing on Radio 1, including being Mercury Prize nominee Georgia’s ‘pick’. As well, Mauvey has gained backing from Jamz Supernova on Selector Radio (British Arts Council), after partnering up with W Songs, Warner Music UK’s publishing subsidiary.
‘The singer-rapper-songwriter is a breath of fresh air with his unforgettable authenticity projected in his music.’ - Notion Magazine
Mauvey's powerful lyrical content is unashamed, he isn't perfect, and he's not trying to be. Love is his mission, not just words in songs. The themes are not always black and white, at times, they’re a bit Mauvey.
In 2019, released her debut single ‘Into the Fire’, which accumulated over 100,000 views and sparked the attraction of A&G songs publishing, whom she signed with later that year.
Lloren has found success with her published songs featuring on Television in both the UK and internationally. Her music has appeared in shows such as Made in Chelsea and The Bachelor.
In late 2019, joined American artist Fleurie, on her European tour, as well as playing London Pride and Boardmasters. Now releasing her debut EP 'Lovesick', Lloren is setting out with a new sound combining influences of pop, indie and cinematic compositions.
Charley toured the UK from London to Glasgow after winning a competition out of 10,000 contestants. She has played at many festivals such as Glastonbury, IOW Festival, Bestival and more where she wowed large crowds of 10,000 people +