Ever wondered what would happen if you combined scandipop with nu-disco, the two most feel-good genres known to man? Kim Cesarion, Stockhom’s most promising new vocalist released “Undressed” last month to scandipop acclaim. Showing off an incredible vocal range flushed with R&B soul, Kim allows fellow Swede Oliver Nelson to add nu-disco grooves to the single. Oliver has brought his chill yet sunshine-laden bop, reminiscent of Goldroom and Viceroy, to a number of singles, each gaining a heightened amount of recognition. The mixture of tantalizing vocals with a disco-backed funk will have you instantly hooked on these two upcoming Scandinavians.
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