Merci-Lisa Releases Debut Single ‘Sweet Boi’

‘Sweet Boi’ is the debut single from Nigerian Afrobeat artist, Merci-Lisa. The inspirational track is available now to stream and download from all digital media platforms.

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Sal The Musician – ‘Strawberry’

Dropping out of business school and heading to Ireland in 2018, Sal the Musician went in search of his artistic and musical dream. Less than a year on, he is now well on the way to carving out a unique sound ahead of his debut EP, ‘Art is Creation’, in 2020.

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Denis Coleman Is Soaring To New Heights With ‘All I Wanna Know’

The future is certainly looking bright for 16-year-old pop star Denis Coleman. He has been described by 1883 Magazine as ‘a true pop star in the making’. The USA-born singer has supported The Vamps on their tour and has announced that he will be joining New Hope Club on their Autumn Tour too.

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Talon – ‘Unique’

Talon decided to give music a shot after watching a studio video of Travis Scott and Metro Boomin. He discovered he had a knack for it, and ‘Unique’ is his manifesto.

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Swimming With Bears – ‘Keep Smiling’

Swimming With Bears call their sound, “pop’n’roll” a high energy vibe infused with a Motown flavour. Their new single, ‘Keep Smiling’, reflects the struggle to stay positive when all those around you seem to lack consideration and kindness.

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Mychael Gabriel – ‘Ghost In The Midnight’

Mychael Gabriel might be familiar to you as the musical collaborator and lead guitarist for legendary percussionist Sheila E: his performance skills and stage presence are beyond argument on that count. Now he brings his vivid imagination to the forefront, with his first official solo single and video, ‘Ghost In The Midnight’.

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Triple Island – ‘FÊTE’

Vocalists Neysa, Cuppa, and Yola each represent a different island, and collectively they carry the sound of the tropics with them.

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Neko Deshawn – ‘Too Much’

Neko Deshawn is set to make a huge impact on the rap scene with his debut single and video, ‘Too Much’. He channels a jazz ethos through brass-tinged instrumentals, while harnessing an unapologetic realism via direct delivery.

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Zaritza – ‘Slot Machine’

Zaritza’s latest release, ‘Slot Machine’ is an empowering affirmation from a woman who knows exactly what she wants and isn’t afraid to do what it takes to get it.

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One Two Ten – ‘Heathers’

‘Heathers’, from Oklahoma City band One Two Ten, isn’t about a snobby clique of high school girls, but rather about a girl who’s living a bit too much of her best life. It’s an upbeat song – but there’s a sombre message.

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Judah Holiday – ‘All That I Got Tonight’

Judah Holiday’s new single, ‘All That I Got Tonight’ is a perfect example of his honest, life-affirming lyrics, with the verses a showcase of his sentimental heartfelt songwriting style, and the chorus a testimony to the influence of the Miami dance beats.

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Sophie Colette – ‘Would You Like It?’

A worthy contender for summer anthem of the year, Sophie Colette’s ‘Would You Like It?’ celebrates the realisation of falling in love in a refreshing, atmospheric new video.

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Robbie Dylan’s Releases Debut 4-track EP ‘Was It Easier’

Robert Dylan Plecher, known professionally as Robbie Dylan, has released his debut EP, ‘Was It Easier’.

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Singer Songwriter ND Releases Latest Album, ‘At First Sight’

Set for release this Saturday 14 September, soul singer NDs new album, ‘At First Sight’ is a compendium of emotionally charged tracks, which take their inspiration from love, and all its ups and downs. Lead single, ‘This Is Love’, was released on August 2.

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Kay Da Ace Releases Brand New Single ‘Daily’

‘Daily’ is the second release this year from Kay Da Ace, and follows on from his single, ‘Laye Mi’, which came out in March.

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Lesibu Grand – ‘Miranda’

The video for ‘Miranda’, by Lesibu Grand, looks like it was a lot of fun to make. It’s got costumes which shift from 1950s suburbia to space suits which look as though they’ve come straight out of ‘Lost In Space’, or ‘Star Trek’. Filming locations are lush as well, opening on a beautiful mid-century modern house I’d not say no to, there’s also a fair bit of green screen as well, with the couple in the clip flashing between their average American dream to travelling in time and space – complete with rayguns.

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