Having released the likes of the playful ‘Goku’ with Nadia Rose, the anthemic 'Sorry For The Wait’ and R&B esq 'Tiana Major’, SNE returns to his soulful side on ‘Come Again’. The new release sees the rapper take a different approach to his usual UK street style and gives fans an insight of what to expect in the run up to his forthcoming EP ‘Essence’. SNE fully embraces his self-coined genre ‘Trillful’ blending a fusion of Rap and R&B and delivers the nostalgic ‘Come Again'.
Describing the track himself SNE shares the inspiration behind the track -"Inspired from the 90's, inspired from Aaliyah, Ja Rule and Ashanti but mixed with my Trillful elements, the hard hitting bass line topped with smooth vocals. It’s definitely one of my favourites to date. This is a taster of the RnB side of Essence. Can't wait to show the world what we have created here."
Intricate word play, as well as a diverse range of vocal ability and rap finesse has seen SNE gain a solid following online. Also focusing on creating ‘quality’ visuals to reflect his Trap, RnB and elements of grime sounds, SNE takes pride in his craft and pushes the art of every element. Gradually carving out his own lane within the UK scene, SNE looks sure to set the summer alight in the coming months and this well and truly sets the tone.
Entering 2016 on a high and with an arsenal of tracks ready to release SNE is back to his trillful ways on this one and continues his takeover campaign hot off the back of his previous track ‘Sorry For The Wait’ with ‘Come Again’.