Denise Chaila Shares New Single '061'

"Knowing that you can always set the record straight, keeps the music playing."Rising Irish MC Denise Chaila has today unleashed ‘061’ through Narolane Records. This follows slick tune ‘Anseo’, and once again proves a commanding presence with slick and quick vocals over a piping hot beat. A fiery call to arms demonstrates a high level of confidence in her ability to rally a crowd into a community, an aspiration that is instilled through rapid lyricisms. An ambitious accompanying music video has also been unveiled, reflecting a strong high fantasy inspiration that is already made clear through medieval-themed instrumentals. Cultural references leak out over the five minute runtime and production from MuRli keeps essential messages at the forefront. Denise says of the track: "Knowing that you have the authority to reclaim yourself is a confidence that never fades. Knowing that building this confidence will build your community, not break it, is truth that must never be renounced. Knowing that you can always set the record straight, keeps the music playing." Having already garnered industry attention with debut mixtape ‘Go Bravely’, this hip-hop starlet continues to dazzle press and fans alike with her precise drive and intent. Keep Denise Chaila’s name in mind and don’t be surprised if the success keeps growing from here. Words: Finlay Holden - - -

Denise Chaila Shares New Single '061'
"Knowing that you can always set the record straight, keeps the music playing."

Rising Irish MC Denise Chaila has today unleashed ‘061’ through Narolane Records.

This follows slick tune ‘Anseo’, and once again proves a commanding presence with slick and quick vocals over a piping hot beat. A fiery call to arms demonstrates a high level of confidence in her ability to rally a crowd into a community, an aspiration that is instilled through rapid lyricisms.

An ambitious accompanying music video has also been unveiled, reflecting a strong high fantasy inspiration that is already made clear through medieval-themed instrumentals. Cultural references leak out over the five minute runtime and production from MuRli keeps essential messages at the forefront.

Denise says of the track: "Knowing that you have the authority to reclaim yourself is a confidence that never fades. Knowing that building this confidence will build your community, not break it, is truth that must never be renounced. Knowing that you can always set the record straight, keeps the music playing."

Having already garnered industry attention with debut mixtape ‘Go Bravely’, this hip-hop starlet continues to dazzle press and fans alike with her precise drive and intent. Keep Denise Chaila’s name in mind and don’t be surprised if the success keeps growing from here.

Words: Finlay Holden

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Alternative plans are being arranged...West London's Notting Hill Carnival won't hit the streets in 2021. The ongoing issues surrounding the pandemic meant that carnival didn't go ahead as planned in 2020, with the board working towards alternative solutions. It had been hoped that 2021 would find carnival back out in the public eye, but a meeting from the Advisory Council has been unable to move past the obstacles posed by COVID. In a decision no doubt taken with a heavy heart, this year's carnival will not be on the streets - "alternate events" are being planned that "will allow everyone to safely celebrate everything Notting Hill Carnival stands for". Check out the full statement below. After lengthy consultations with our strategic partners, our Advisory Council and individual participating bands and sound systems, the board of Notting Hill Carnival Ltd, the organising body of Notting Hill Carnival, has decided that this year's Carnival will not be on the streets due to the ongoing uncertainty and risk COVID-19 poses. This has been an incredibly difficult decision to make. Everyone involved in the event desperately wants a return to the road where Carnival belongs but safety has to come first and with the latest cautious announcement on the government’s ‘roadmap’, this is the only way to ensure that. In making this decision, we have considered our responsibilities to deliver a safe, spectacular, successful and sustainable Carnival. The conclusion is that with so much uncertainty, with time short for Carnivalists to prepare and the risk of eventual cancellation a real possibility, we must refocus our efforts for 2021. As in 2020, we are working towards alternate events that will allow everyone to safely celebrate everything Notting Hill Carnival stands for. More details on all of this, as well as special events leading into the August bank holiday weekend will be announced in due course. Going forward, we will be working with Carnivalists toward the greatest ever Notting Hill Carnival for 2022. - - -

Notting Hill Carnival Won't Hit The Streets In 2021
Alternative plans are being arranged...

West London's Notting Hill Carnival won't hit the streets in 2021.

The ongoing issues surrounding the pandemic meant that carnival didn't go ahead as planned in 2020, with the board working towards alternative solutions.

It had been hoped that 2021 would find carnival back out in the public eye, but a meeting from the Advisory Council has been unable to move past the obstacles posed by COVID.

In a decision no doubt taken with a heavy heart, this year's carnival will not be on the streets - "alternate events" are being planned that "will allow everyone to safely celebrate everything Notting Hill Carnival stands for".

Check out the full statement below.

After lengthy consultations with our strategic partners, our Advisory Council and individual participating bands and sound systems, the board of Notting Hill Carnival Ltd, the organising body of Notting Hill Carnival, has decided that this year's Carnival will not be on the streets due to the ongoing uncertainty and risk COVID-19 poses.

This has been an incredibly difficult decision to make. Everyone involved in the event desperately wants a return to the road where Carnival belongs but safety has to come first and with the latest cautious announcement on the government’s ‘roadmap’, this is the only way to ensure that.

In making this decision, we have considered our responsibilities to deliver a safe, spectacular, successful and sustainable Carnival. The conclusion is that with so much uncertainty, with time short for Carnivalists to prepare and the risk of eventual cancellation a real possibility, we must refocus our efforts for 2021.

As in 2020, we are working towards alternate events that will allow everyone to safely celebrate everything Notting Hill Carnival stands for. More details on all of this, as well as special events leading into the August bank holiday weekend will be announced in due course.

Going forward, we will be working with Carnivalists toward the greatest ever Notting Hill Carnival for 2022.

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