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Stream: Layla Hendryx’s “Channel 6” EP

Layla Hendryx rebirths new vibes to music with her debut EP, “Channel 6.” As a Toronto native, the young Somali talent blends Hip-Hop beats and R&B melodies. I think the music is honest and is set to inspire a cultural movement for young girls. Developing a genre separate from traditional labels, Hendryx has carved a particular lane of her own. Produced by JMAK and DennisBeatz, both provide the tone of classic throwback records with a modern-Trap twist.

Layla Hendryx

I foresee an awesome collaboration with Drake, The Weeknd, and PARTYNEXTDOOR. That alone would be amazing for Canada. On the girl power vibe, a collaboration with Jhené Aiko and SZA would be cool too. A voice that has been missing in the industry for a minute, Layla Hendryx’s raw talent is respected and appreciated. I think this young queen will soon be on the global wave, and I’m in support of the journey.

Recently, Layla Hendryx song was played on OVO Sound Radio.


Written by Manny King John

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