Genre defying multi instrumentalist; Ogranya has been on our radars ever since he graced us with sultry vocals in a feature from the Olma Records compilation project; Push Good Music and his breakout single; Higher released less than a year ago which he followed with more vocal brandishing tracks including Suffocate which should have been clear enough indicators that the young artiste didn’t come to test the waters but to immerse himself completely in mellow jazz inspired soul musicality powered by rich vocals and moving lyrics.

This month, he returns trotting the same elements that put him on our radar in Serenade; a floating tempo one sided conversation he has with the track main’s muse which finds him switching between subjects in a bid to to make himself worthy of her magical devotion and as he fuses his entirety with Wondamagik’s tempered keys, saxophones and tightened bass/snare strikes, we’re conditioned to “let the groove get in“.

As usual, we’re impressed by his diverse artistry and we look forward to more offerings from him.