Ady Suleiman and George the Poet Team Up in New Demo ‘Don’t Need You’

The up and coming singer/song writer from Nottingham, Ady Suleiman, has collaborated with George the Poet to produce the acoustic styled demo ‘Don’t Need You’. Signed to Pemba Records (via Sony Music) and having recently released his debut EP ‘This Is My EP’, Ady brings a unique sound to music through his distinct lyrics and gripping vocals, with a soul-tinged R&B sound. The talented 22 year old has also supported artists such as Laura Mvula, Leon Bridges and Lianne Le Havas, as well as performing at festivals such as Glastonbury and Bestival.

‘Don’t Need You’ proves that Ady is one to look out for. The smooth instrumentals, assisted by a clapping cadence throughout the track, creates a calm easy listening vibe. With George’s short and sweet spoken word piece featured on the track connecting with Ady’s authentic lyrics, the soulful song conveys a merge of talent.

Take a listen to the track here.

To download Ady Suleiman’s EP click here.

By Maxine Harrison

The Verse Staff

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