We always adore artists that are not just singers, but a whole concept with visuals, style and presentation. Because of her very strong concept, Lil Halima stands out in a crowd of young acts thanks to her true authentic self and the way she’s underlining her visual aesthetics. Apart from making music, Lil Halima is also a painter and illustrator, which gives her even more space and creativity to express her feelings.
For the dark/bright days
This year, the 21-year-old singer released two interesting projects. for the dark days is a very emotive, slightly dark, but also extremely hopeful sounding project. An intro and three songs are enough to convince us that we can expect big things of the songstress, but it’s for the bright days, the second part of her project, that made us realize her versatility as an artist. Both EP’s have a beautiful serenity and gracefulness thanks to the dreamy sounds that slightly remind us of Lily Allen’s newest album or the British singer Lapsley. It’s a shame that our absolute favorite “who do u love” hasn’t become a hit yet, because this song is maybe one of the best pop R&B songs of the year.