[@BeatsNikhil] and [@mezthehun] Make Music For Your Soul with ‘Face Your Demons’

Nikhil Beats creates a sonic safe-space of healing through which Meron T’s delphic tones guide us.
by SOPHIA HILL Jul 11, 2022

A beguiling track which moves effortlessly from jazz through to alternative R&B and soul – Nikhil Beats creates a sonic safe-space of healing through which Meron T’s delphic tones guide us. Lyrically transcending the layers of emotions our egos might have shielded from our forethought and reminding us to dig deeper within ourselves in order to ‘face our demons’. 

The song’s elastic guitar melody and saxophone performed by Solaaris adds a sunny instrumentation, underpinning Melon T’s chant-like chorus. “I move, I move past all of your lies again / I’m taking time to read your mind again / I move, I move past all of the stuff you said…”

Nikhil has crystalised his sound by becoming one of the most soul-stirring artists amongst the UK’s rising acts over the last couple of years. Listen to more from Nikhil Beats below.

Featured image credits: Ella Niles