Oritsé Williams - “Language” press photo

Discover the Afro-Island Sound of Oritsé Williams’ “Language” Single

Oritsé Williams (@oritsemusic) is a singer-songwriter from West London, England. Not too long ago, he released a new Afro-Island single, “Language,” produced by Jhn Alxs (Central Cee). The song re-connects Williams to his culture and brings him back to his roots with this global essence sound.

Oritsé Williams – “Language” music video

“No pressure but your letters spell out desire, pure definition of fire. No pressure, still, you’re a diamond. So beautiful it’s hard for me to even try to explain. The little things you do that show me you’re in a different league. Even when I’m lost for words, you know just what to say.” – lyrics

“Language” is an undeniable modern love anthem that steers away from generic love-themed songs. It connects people as human beings incorporating the universal expression of ‘now you’re talking my language’ as an infectious hook. “Language” takes listeners on a feel-good journey filled with unique vocal styling, hypnotic grooves, and rhythmic flavors.

“Now you’re talking my language.”

Oritsé Williams - “Language” press photo

Oritsé Williams has been through episodes in life that many have said would one day merit a prolific autobiographical film. Growing up between the UK, the Caribbean, and Africa, Oritsé absorbed music in a very different way from the norm.

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Oritsé Williams - “Language” press photo

Williams achieved longevity in the music industry as the founding member of the multi-award winning band, JLS, with whom he sold over 15 million records, achieved five no.1s, two BRIT Awards, and five MOBO awards, along with many other notable achievements. He took a leap of faith, broke away from the corporate major record label system, and ventured as an independent artist. Since then, he has created a solo sound for himself which he describes as Afro-Island, stemming from the merging of sonic grooves reflective of his cultural upbringing and unfiltered lyrics, delivered with his rhythmic soulful, gritty vocal style.

Oritsé Williams – “Language” single

Oritsé Williams - "Language" cover art

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