EP Review: ‘Coolie Bwoy VI’ – Coolie Bwoy

Coolie Bwoy

Ready for some British pop R’n’B with a new flavour? Coolie Bwoy brings just that on his new EP ‘Coolie Bwoy VI’.

The London singer-songwriter got his singing voice from his early years as a part of gospel choirs. Coolie Bwoy was part of his gospel singing family band where he learned the ropes of controlling his vocals. Coolie Bwoy spent many years growing up in the studio with his eldest brother Clinton Jordan, a member of The Kingdom Choir, learning his craft and developing his sound. 

And you can hear that influence in his solo work. He only started releasing music in 2020 but he’s came far since then and this new EP shows his how much progression he’s made in such a short space of time in the industry.

Describing the journey to this EP as “painful”, ‘Coolie Bwoy VI’ is based on Coolie Bwoy’s determination to provide the best for his son and fiancé, and his desire to be able to do this through his music. 

Coolie Bwoy had to overcome many obstacles to complete this EP. From a computer malfunction, to a separation that resulted in him not being able to see his son, not to mention the global pandemic. Despite all of that, he’s still managed to release 6 of his best tracks to date on this project, showing his ability to tackle a multitude of different beats and vibes.

He’s really got some incredible ear-worm melodies on this EP, coming with an old school Craig David vibe. If you’re a fan of real smooth melodic pop R’n’B then this project is a must listen.

Coolie Bwoy comes with six tracks of pure melodic bliss on his new EP ‘Coolie Bwoy VI’, he’s no doubt about to make a huge splash on the UK scene. Don’t sleep on this one…