The project consists of 6 tracks, most of which are evocative of the R&B sound of the early 2000s that fans of the genre of Miraa May’s generation grew up listening to. And although Salaam Remi is credited with an influence on every track, James Poysner is also credited on 2.
The change in sonic direction is an interesting one when compared to her 2014 EP, The Beginning (which is essentially an acoustic album), as N15 contains influences from multiple genres.
Miraa takes this as an chance to display her versatility, performing at a consistent level throughout the project, making the tantalizing wait for new music very much worth it.
Listen to N15 below.