After rising through the music-industry ranks as an indie artist, then signing to major label Interscope, Nigerian-British crooner Jacob Banks' booming voice has made it's way onto the soundtrack to The Equalizer 2, starring Denzel Washington. "In the Name of Love" is another one of Banks' anthemic ballads which fits his booming voice, the end result being quite the epic [More]
Jacob Banks continues to stir conversations with the release of his new music video for “Unknown (To You),” the first single from his forthcoming album, The Village (Darkroom/Interscope Records).
The video, recorded live, showcases Jacob's gritty, enthralling voice and further cements his profile as one of the industry's favorite breakout acts of 2017.
The clip sees Banks and other marginalized people getting pushed down and brutalized by police officers militarized riot gear, but the victims eventually rise and raise their fists in the faces of oppression.
The EP features both vintage and modern elements in sound; Banks’ soulful vocal delivery provides the vintage soul while the tracks offer contemporary vibes.
Much like his previous release "Unholy War," “Chainsmoking" features both vintage and modern element in sound; Banks' vocal delivery provides the vintage soul while the track offers modern electric sounds.
Rising London singer/songwriter Jacob Banks has released the video for his newest song “Unholy War.” The song is the first single taken from his forthcoming EP titled The Boy Who Cried Freedom which will be out this April on Interscope Records.
With old-school blues vibes found in the driving piano and Banks' soulful wails, the "electric" element is present with a fiery electric guitar on the hook, adding a rock'n'roll flair.
After landing a major record deal with Atlantic Records, 22-year-old UK singer/songwriter Jacob Banks ends July on a funky, footloose note with "Move With Me," an up-tempo ditty produced by Knox Brown
Birmingham, Englandâs Jacob Banks releases this stirring live performance of his new song from his upcoming album called âI Was Made For You.â Ladies, melt away to Banksâ romantic revelation.