Matthew Craig makes a huge return with smooth R&B jam ‘Plug All Night’

MATTHEWCRAIG

Four years since Melbourne-based artist Matthew Craig released his debut single ‘Ivory‘ which picked up the endorsement of Australian music press and scored a guest spin on the Triple J.

In that time the Sri-Lankan Australian label manager for R.E.A.L Music has slipped into a BTS role overseeing the careers of Junor, Kae The Goat, as well as the AUD’$ Hip-Hop network. Now, in 2020 he returns with a jazz-infused single titled ‘Plug All Night‘.

Sonically reminiscent of the drenched out autotune lane of acts, like NAV or PARTYNEXTDOOR, ‘Plug All Night‘ highlights the Northside Melbourne artist’s Jazz background as a guitarist and vocalist.

Matthew Craig delivers outer-worldly lyrical content in a Kid Cudi like fashion, while using smoking as a metaphor for knowledge.

LISTEN TO ‘PLUG ALL NIGHT‘ BELOW AND TELL US WHAT YOU THINK!

Plug All Night‘ comes with a late-night drive visualiser and is promised to be the first single from the forthcoming ‘Smoke Bigger‘ EP by Matthew Craig and Delipres.

The project is set to continue the vocalist’s search for knowledge and guidance exploring sounds ranging from Jazz, through to R&B and Reggae. The five-track EP is due for release later this year via R.E.A.L Music.

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Show Matthew Craig some love on his socials:
Facebook: @whatmseesrmf
Instagram: @whatmsees_rmf
Twitter: @whatmsees_rmf
YouTube: @Matthew Craig

 

Written by,
~Timothy Thorpe
@tiiimothythorpe


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