Nigerian Sister Duo VanJess’s Post Modern Silky Soul (Video)

Nigerian-American sister dynamo, VanJess, are in great company in Teen Vogue’s round-up of women reshaping music alongside Victoria Monét, Bibi Bourelley, Karena Evans and others.

Bringing an incomparable Harlem vibe of “nostalgia, energy, and complexity to R&B,” VanJess released their debut album ‘Silk Canvas’ in 2018 that boasted features from GoldLink, Masego, and Leikeli47 and recently released a remix package that

“…pulls from just as much 90’s-inspired neo-soul nostalgia as it does new sounds…”

and is

“…full of smooth production and…powerfully paired vocals…”

reports FADER in the Tuesday, November 10, 2019 issue.

Here’s the video, what do you think:

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Along with their lead vocals on Kaytranada’s hot hit “Dysfunctional,” the girls also have a coveted feature spot on the producer’s new album ‘Bubba‘ out Friday, December 13th, 2019.

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