Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Brent Faiyaz, 6lack, PartyNextDoor, The Weeknd


band members

Jeida Woods


Influences

Goldlink, Erykah Badu, Gallant


Unearthed artists we like

MANU CROOK$, Tkay Maidza, Travy P, RAZORLILY


Bio

A mixture of Dirty Soul, rhythmic slow jams and heavy bass are the primal sound basis of Sydney-based contemporary R&B/Rap artist, singer-songwriter and producer Jeida Woods.

Australian based, Southeastern African born artist - Jeida Woods, begun solo music production at the age of fifteen. Influenced by church gospel and contemporary R&B along with fast paced and distorted bass influence of artists such as Kanye West and Travis Scott. through these influences, begun the creation of his own sound. A transition between love ballads contrasted against high energetic trap sounds.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

09 Jul 2019

Triple J
40

there's a darkness to this romance filled rnb and jeida and lucianblomkamp is a combo that needs to make more music together.

there's a darkness to this romance filled rnb and jeida and lucianblomkamp is a combo that needs to make more music together.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

09 Jul 2019

Triple J
40

If you want the relation resonance of an artist like The Weeknd without some of the more graphical lyrical moments, then this is for you. Beautiful vocal and a great chorus.

If you want the relation resonance of an artist like The Weeknd without some of the more graphical lyrical moments, then this is for you. Beautiful vocal and a great chorus.

Review

Hourglass (feat. Jessica Jade)

Jeida Woods

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

23 Apr 2019

Triple J
40

Very late to this one but having heard it for the first time now I can't but throw some stars at it. Hearing the same smoothness that makes The Weeknd and Miguel so appealing and Declan is dead right that this feels like a well thought out duet.

Very late to this one but having heard it for the first time now I can't but throw some stars at it. Hearing the same smoothness that makes The Weeknd and Miguel so appealing and Declan is dead right that this feels like a well thought out duet.