Nat Oaks’ new single ‘Hard To Forget’ boasts a powerful horn section, intricate drum patterns, electric piano, and catchy vocals. This results in a confident anthem that builds to a cinematic climax.
Nat Oaks is a Ghana-born, UK-raised artist who blends alternative hip-hop, neo-soul, and lo-fi. She moved to Bristol in 2020, inspired by Trip-Hop history. Nat Oaks’ music is a unique blend of Loyle Carner’s honesty, Lauryn Hill’s rhythm, and Frank Ocean’s lyrics. She found her passion for music through Lauryn Hill’s album ‘Miseducation.’ Her main goal is to connect with her audience through immersive experiences.
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Nat Oaks has already made a mark on the British hip-hop scene. She also performed at renowned music festivals such as Boomtown, Wireless Festival, and Love Saves The Day. She has become a go-to support act for rising stars like Jelani Blackman and Pip Millett.
As a member of Loud LDN, a collective of exceptional female and non-binary talent, Nat Oaks continues to gain recognition. Her music has received attention from various notable platforms, including Wonderland, BBC Introducing, Notion, Pirate Studios, and more. Underground hip-hop enthusiasts eagerly anticipate her upcoming sophomore EP and singles.
‘Hard To Forget’ is Nat Oaks’ bold and empowering track, inspired by Ants Live’s hardcore style. It mirrors a transformative period and her desire to move beyond a breakup without dwelling on it.
The song’s cinematic scale and infectious energy make it an ideal addition to Oaks’ body of work. It’s the first single from her incoming sophomore EP, promising a body of music that she’s proud of and eager to perform live at festivals.
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