Back in July, Bristolian singer/songwriter Javeon unveiled the Blackstreet-sampling 'Crazy', which was the first taste of things to come from his forthcoming Formation EP. It also signalled a slight change in musical direction, stepping away from the more dance-friendly sound he had launched with on earlier singles such as the MNEK-produced 'Lovesong' and the Julio Bashmore cut 'Intoxicated' and developing into a darker, grittier but still very much R&B-inspired sound.

This continues with the release of 'Show Me Something', which is produced once again by frequent collaborator Zack The Lad. It has a slight Garage edge to it and echoes something that perhaps Craig David should be doing in 2016 but there's also an underlying pop edge amongst the mix that ultimately brings it all together. "I've never felt like I quite nailed the sound I was searching for," he told Earmilk. "I always wanted my sound to lie in between R&B and underground bass music with a nod to pop which for me is my foundation. Where I started. 'Show me Something' for me, is the closest that I've come to checking all those boxes."