Sampha Songs

Indecision (Remix)
Indecision (Remix)
CeeJ Feat. Sampha
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"Indecision" is a great song. It appeared on Sampha's 2013 EP Dual and introduced many listeners to the British singer prodigious songwriting talents. It is completely acoustic, so Two-9 member Su$h! Ceej decided he'd add some layers of percussion in his new "Indecision" remix.
No One Knows Me (Like The Piano)
No One Knows Me (Like The Piano)
Sampha
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Sampha is gearing up for the release of his debut album Process later this year. After dropping his single "Blood on Me" last week, he debuted a second song, "No One Knows Me (Like The Piano)," on Santa Monica's NPR affiliate KCRW. The song, originally titled "Mother's Home," is an ode to the piano he began playing at the age of 3.
Blood On Me
Blood On Me
Sampha
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You may know Sampha through his vocal contributions to Drake's "Too Much," Kanye West's "Saint Pablo," or his many collaborations with SBTRKT, but now the UK singer and producer is getting ready to do things his way with his upcoming debut album, Process. Following up the lead single, "Timmy's Prayer," Sampha has now released "Blood On Me," a self-produced (with co-production from Rodaidh McDonald) track that features a driving drum track and a mesmerizingly simple piano line, as well as one of his more intense vocal performances to date.
Saint Pablo (WondaGurl & Daxz Remix)
Saint Pablo (WondaGurl & Daxz Remix)
Kanye West
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Kanye West recently extended the shelf-life of February's The Life of Pablo by making one more amendment -- perhaps the last -- to the album. He added the new song "Saint Pablo," which had leaked at the end of March, to the bottom of the tracklist. It provided a fitting conclusion to the album, as the song is dedicated to the heir of Pablo's throne, Saint West.
Saint Pablo (CDQ/Final)
Saint Pablo (CDQ/Final)
Kanye West Feat. Sampha
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Back in March, Kanye West debuted a new record, "Saint Pablo," which was partially named after his new-born son (at the time), Saint West. The song reflected on Kanye's portrayal in the media (and beyond), with a chilling hook from r'n'b singer Sampha.
Timmy's Prayer
Timmy's Prayer
Sampha
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Sampha featured on an incredible-sounding leak of Kanye West's "Saint Pablo," but otherwise, it's been over a year and a half since he appeared on an official release -- guesting on a few tracks on SBTRKT's Wonder Where We Land -- and almost three years since he put out anything under his own name. It seemed like he was on the verge of stardom after collaborating with Drake on two tracks off Nothing Was the Same, but the British electronic artist and vocalist has since rescinded the spotlight.
Saint Pablo
Saint Pablo
Kanye West Feat. Sampha
VERY HOTTTTT
A new Yeezy leak has hit the web, and it comes in stunning quality, sounding like what has to be the CDQ. Named after his three-month-old son, Kanye performed "Saint Pablo" last month at Yo Gotti's release party for The Art of Hustle. The track features British singer Sampha, who lends his fragile vocals to a particularly gorgeous Mike Dean production. Knowing Ye, there are likely a couple of other heads behind the mix as well. 
Temporary View
Temporary View
SBTRKT Feat. Sampha
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SBTRKT makes a connection with Sampha today to provide vocals on the new record "Temporary View." SBTRKT let go a new EP in March, Transitions, which contained cuts like "Hold The Line." The EP works as a warm-up to SBTRKT's sophomore album (he's only dropped one, and it was in 2011) on the Young Turks label.
Slow Lights
Slow Lights
Sampha
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Sampha is working on his debut album, and while we're yet to get a proper single from the project, today the singer has shared a new instrumental teaser from the upcoming effort. While seemingly incomplete, "Slow Lights" is likely an indication of things to come for Sampha. The track begins as a glitched-out tapestry of samples, while it later begins to breathe in its second half-- as the singer's falsetto appears in the background, and some stretching synth chords take center stage.
Too Much (Solo Version)
Too Much (Solo Version)
Sampha
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Check out Too Much (Solo Version), the latest from Sampha. The track was released on Wednesday, November 6th, 2013. Sampha's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Too Much (Solo Version) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Sampha has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
Too Much (Live On Fallon)
Too Much (Live On Fallon)
Drake Feat. Sampha
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Give Too Much (Live On Fallon) a listen - it's a new offering from Drake, featuring Sampha. It was dropped on Saturday, September 14th, 2013. Drake's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Too Much (Live On Fallon) will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Drake has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Drake has in store.
The Motion (Sango Remix)
The Motion (Sango Remix)
Drake Feat. Sampha
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Stream The Motion (Sango Remix), the newest drop from Drake which features Sampha. The cut was released on Wednesday, August 28th, 2013. Drake continues to impress with each new leak, and The Motion (Sango Remix) is no exception. It's strengthens Drake's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Drake's next offering. Have you heard Drake's Intro? Check out Drake's profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
The Motion
The Motion
Drake Feat. Sampha
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Things are looking better for Drake with each new release, which The Motion has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Drake has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next. Have you heard Drake's Jodeci Freestyle, featuring J. Cole? Check out Drake's profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes. Is this a good combination? What do y'all think of this joint?