Rooted in R&B, singer-songwriter Sabrina Claudio released her latest project, “No Rain, No Flowers”, in August this year. The album was led by singles “Numb” and “Messages From Her” that the artist released weeks leading up to the full album that consists of 8 songs and surprisingly does not include her collab with Khalid, “Don’t Let Me Down”. The singer has faced heavy backlash earlier this year due to a racist tweet that surfaced but has since apologised twice and is making an attempt to push forward after learning from her mistake. Claudio favours low key, aching ballads and was drawn to pop-oriented contemporary R&B after developing a love for the dance music of her native, Miami as a youngster. She made her first major steps towards her music career in 2016 when she appeared on songs by the Classmatez (“No Titles”) and Duckwrth (“I’m Dead”) and uploaded an EP titled Confidently Lost.