Track Of The Day #113: SHY & DRS (feat. Janet Devlin) – Beautiful To Me

Posted by Nina Glencross


If there’s one thing we love more than good music here at Scottish Fiction, it’s good music with a cause.  New one Beautiful To Me from Aberdonian hip hop duo SHY & DRS is a hugely uplifting track, taking a strong stand against bullying in all its ugly forms.

Featuring the soothing vocals of Janet Devlin, the track was selected as the official song for National Anti-Bullying Week and, with such a strong message at its core, lending support to victims of bullying, it’s easy to see why.

It also recently beat Hotline Bling in the Top 40 charts. So, you know, there’s that.

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Posted by: Toni Spencer, 20th February 2016