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Review: Sampha delivers more of his interesting style. but it’s not for everyone – Sidelines
Sampha – Process
Music Review: Sampha – Process Sampha, full name Sampha Sisay, has built his trade by being a reluctant artist.Tipped as a star on the rise at the beginning of the decade, his EP releases (‘Sundanza’ and ‘Dual’) packed delicate but virtuosic vocals over warped

Review: Sampha – Process – Ian Wang

Sampha is playing with the boundaries of the genre in a way that very few artists are, and it’s exhilarating to see that kind of creativity at work. Process is a powerful debut, showing that Sampha isn’t afraid of straying from the pack and doing his own thing, and the …

ALBUM REVIEW: SAMPHA – PROCESS – TRANSISTOR

 · Sampha uses this album to show his incredible range as he commands fast-paced tracks such as Blood on Me and Kora Sings. These song can compete on an crowd-pleasing level with any of his past collaborators while also exploring complex ideas such as denial and loss.
REVIEW: Sampha – Process
Album Review: Sampha – Process Kam Jenkins · 4 years ago · Share 897 Views Share Tweet Pin Mail EDITOR’S NOTE: My initial feelings about this album have changed dramatically. Upon further listens, these ten tracks have proved to have true staying
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Sampha’s debut album has been a long while in the making, but now after playing a supporting role to so many other artists it’s his turn to shine. It all started with a bleepy, deconstructed remix of The xx’s ‘Basic Space’ back in 2009. Since then, despite hinting at a
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Sampha – ‘Process’ Review Sampha Sisay takes a break from helping out Drake, Solange and Frank Ocean to create a world all of his own REVIEW OVERVIEW Overall …
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Sampha’s very soulful voice and artsy approach to r&b take the reigns on his debut album. As of February 3rd 2021, it’s been exactly 3 years since Morden singer, songwriter and producer Sampha released his only album (at the time of speaking, at least).

Review: Sampha – Process – The Tropebox

 · Debuts can be tricky. More often than not, artists can struggle to find a singular or don’t quite have their unique sound nailed down yet. Fortunately, this is definitely not the case with “Process” the debut record from Sampha. The 28-year-old Londoner’s first album
Sampha – Process
Whilst his star was rising, Sampha was suffering a personal history littered with sorrow, culminating in the death of his mother. This sorrow informs the record immeasurably, none more so than here. It’s all the more affecting for the fact that R’n’B and electronic music can so often be overproduced, that a straightforward, delicately performed, tender piano ballad feels restorative.
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The Return could do with some editing as it’s unwieldy 78 minutes risk losing the audience before its finest songs: the epic, autobiographical title track, and the redemptive, gospel-soaked closer Made Us better. But Too much of a good thing is nothing to hold a
Sampha – Process
Music Review: Sampha – Process Sampha, full name Sampha Sisay, has built his trade by being a reluctant artist.Tipped as a star on the rise at the beginning of the decade, his EP releases (‘Sundanza’ and ‘Dual’) packed delicate but virtuosic vocals over warped
Review: Sampha – Process
Review: Sampha – Process A flawed but promising debut by the British R&B crooner, says Ian Wang A powerful yet vulnerable voice Young Turks by Ian Wang Friday February 17 2017, 12:00am Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Share on

Sampha’s ‘Process’: REVIEW – THE PIT STOP

 · Sampha’s intelligent and poetic lyrics easily paint a picture in the listener’s mind. Although the lyrics are rather dark when they are mixed with this upbeat groove, Sampha is breaking moulds. Kora Sings The first thing that came to mind with this song is the The
EP Review: Sampha
Sampha’s first official solo outing, then, has some serious potential to live up to. The six track Dual EP finds the bedroom soul producer expanding upon his voyeuristic production by – paradoxically enough – condensing it down to the finer points.
The Quietus
You’d be forgiven for thinking Sampha Sisay was the new saviour of contemporary soul and R&B. Such has been the level of praise heaped upon his long-awaited debut album Process that before even listening to it, the idea it could be anything less than perfect now seems impossible: it’s difficult to wade out from the noise and not just agree that the emperor’s new clothes sure are beautiful.
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Sampha pleads for forgiveness as he sings, “If ever you’re listening, if heavens a prison, then I am your prisoner, I am your prisoner”. If the opening is a quiet prayer then the ending is an exclamation as Sampha bellows over the souped-up production.

SAMPHA (Music Review/Artist Spotlight) – Illuminate

 · Sampha is releasing his debut LP entitled “Process” which is set to released on the 3rd of February which I am excited to hear. The album features 10 tracks and is available for pre-order on Itunes. Once the album drops, you can expect a review from me.
Sampha – Process
 · Process is the debut album from British alternative R&B singer Sampha. I’ve already seen critics laud this album across the board on account of its writing, production, all the usual stuff. I’m also seeing it considered a high point in the genre that is alternative R&B

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