Up and coming singer/song-writer Maya Law delivers her new song “Full Circle” for 2018 after spending most of 2017 focused on her education. “Full Circle” is a mellow, soulful cut that showcases Maya’s passionate vocals and solid song writing skills over the Gabriel Gifford (aka Allergy Kid) produced song. The track also features UK rapper Deacon (Future Rebel Records).  Together the trio gift us a smooth, calming track for the cold winter nights.

“Full Circle” is one of 3 tracks that she’s self releasing to establish her independence


Bio: Maya has been performing and writing since she was 15, she’s 18 now . After her early self recorded demos got some support from BBC Introducing she released the Her and Him EP with beatmaker Allergy Kid. . She has supported Loyle Carner, Mullally, Natty, Liam Bailey and Akala whilst still at school. Maya took most of 2017 off to finish her A Levels (she got an ‘ology) and to enjoy her summer holidays (she got tattooed). She has recently signed a management deal with Magikal/Townboi and signed with CODA. *She also owns 61 stripey tops if you want to treat her Deacon Deacon ( or Young Deacon as he was once known) is a member of the Hip Hop Shakespeare Company, an ex-apprentice of Akala and collaborator with WOWH Squad/ Stereo Stickman and now Maya Law. Deacon has recently signed to new label Future Rebel Records and is releasing his debut single in the spring. Gabriel Gifford Gabs (aka Allergy Kid) started producing beats as one half of Cabrakid alongside the rapper/poet High Priest Cabrakan. After the Cabrakid track New Year, New Nothing featuring Maya got some attention on 1xtra and Introducing, Gabs and Maya then collaborated on the Her and Him E.P. which also got love from 1xtra/Introducing/Radio 1 and a live bbc radio session from Cheltenham Jazz Fest. More recently under his own name, he’s been working with up and coming act Harvey Causon and they’ve recently recorded a session at the BBC’s Maida Vale


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