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I stumbled upon '2Shy' by Shura when it was featured on BBC Sound of 2015 poll and Track of the Day on BBC Radio 1. It's a magical production from the London based singer/songwriter/producer that bewitches with its lyrically enriched synths and beats. The track evokes a nostalgic '80s vibes lured by Shura's soft melodies that are backed by synthesized hand claps that disclose her shyness to confess her love for a friend. I seem to find myself replaying this track over and over again. I think it's because it brings back memories of those high school days when I would moon over my crush and contemplate the courage to confess my love.