UK soul is in a great place right now.
Whether that's the likes of Jorja Smith leading the way internationally, or the vibrant strands of underground music re-shaping R&B and neo-soul on a daily basis, the UK is home to some superb, enriching voices.
Take Morgan Munroe. She's already in demand, and that's before releasing her debut EP - as a vocalist, she's sought after by Soulection regulars, vital producers, and more.
Her voice is the reasons. Honeyed, soulful tones, Morgan's songwriting comes straight from the heart, marked by a desire for pure honesty.
New EP 'Layers 0.5' is out in November, and it's led by beautiful single 'Mama Taught Me', a sweet yet pensive cut produced by London artist Ruby Francis.
The two interlock perfectly, with the Leicester born vocalist using the arrangement to enhance and amplify her message, cutting straight through to the heart of the matter.
We're able to showcase Morgan Munroe's new single before anyone else, and it's something to cherish.
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