British-Argentinian Pop Artist Victoria May Releases Debut Single, ‘Electricity’

‘Electricity’ is the debut single from British-Argentinian singer Victoria May. The track was released on June 28 via Capo Music UK, and is available to stream and download on all major digital streaming media.

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Singer/Songwriter Gekesha Johnson Releases Latest Single ‘My Baby’

‘My Baby’, by Gekeska Johnson, set for release on 23 June, had its genesis when the singer couldn’t get a beat and lyric out of her head. She was singing the song non-stop around her apartment, and consequently, ‘My Baby’ found its way to the studio.

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Afropop Artist Young Jay Releases Latest Single, ‘Eziokwu’

Iwuh Ifeanyi Justice is an Afro pop artist from Nigeria who performs under the name Young Jay. Young Jay’s latest single, ‘Eziokwu’ is a song of heartbreak, despite the upbeat and summery nature of the music.

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Pop Artist Jon Davis Releases Latest Single, ‘Goodbye’

Jon Davis channels the spirit of Motown with his new single, ‘Goodbye’, which is released today.

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Donny Anderson Releases Latest Single ‘Lovin’You’ ft. Divine Brown

Donny Anderson goes it alone, releasing his first single, ‘Lovin’ You’, featuring vocals from Canadian icon, Divine Brown. The track was written in a songwriting camp, and has received backing from the  Songwriter’s Association of Canada.

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Pop Rap Artist Dwain Miller Releases Debut EP ‘Dark Times Can Be Brighter’

Birmingham pop rapper Dwain Miller has channelled his own life experiences, including those of suffering with mental health issues, into his music. He set out with the idea of releasing a project which would both inspire and assist his audiences, and his debut EP, ‘Dark Times Can Be Brighter’, is available now.

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Afro-Pop Artist Nome Releases Latest Single ‘Cheque Out’

Afro-pop artist Nome has announced the release of his new single, ‘Cheque Out’. The track is set to introduce the singer to the world, and comes with an animated music video, which you can watch below:

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Jean-Paul Makes his Mark In Pop Music With Self Titled Debut Album

Originally from New York but now based in Atlanta, Jean-Paul is a musical artist who takes his inspiration from the likes of Britney Spears, Madonna, and Sevdaliza. His self-titled album follows on from his debut EP, ‘Reflections’, and is available now to stream and download.

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Lola Young Shares New Original Song, ‘None For You’

Capitol Records have this week released a candid new song from Lola Young, ‘None For You’. With its stripped-back beats, lilting keys and warmly soulful mix of R&B and jazz, the track offers additional insight into Young’s artistry. Produced by Manuka, her frequent collaborator, “None For You” is from Young’s forthcoming EP, Renaissance, which will be released on April 28.

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PINEWOOD – ‘Riverbank’

Close your eyes while you’re listening to ‘Riverbank’, by Pinewood, and perhaps like me you’ll find yourself by the river, laying back on the red and black checked wool blanket, sated by a much too large yet incredibly delicious picnic lunch. You soon find yourself floating along, whether it be in a boat or somehow along a light summer breeze; you speed up, some rapids below you – but nothing will mar this perfect day. The atmospheric folk tune is filled to capacity with a plethora of ethereal vocals, strings plucked tenderly, and a rhythm that mimics the ebb of the water.

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Wendy Halo – ‘Fire And Ice’ Out 16 March Ahead Of Debut EP

Set for release tomorrow, March 16, Wendy Halo’s latest single, ‘Fire And Ice’ tells the story of a relationship where one partner is distancing themselves, and the other is trying to bring the passion back, and restore the spark. The track follows on directly from her most recent single, ‘Compromise’.

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LORENNA Releases Her New Track ‘Wasn’t Made For Love’

Throwback to Valentines Day, talented singer Lorenna released her brand new animated pop-soul track ‘Wasn’t Made For Love’.

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Singer Songwriter Shojon Releases Latest R&B Pop Single ‘Theorem’

London-based artist Shojon is no music industry novice, having worked as a producer and engineer for the likes of Wiley, and Lady Leshurr. He is however only now putting his own name to the music, with his latest single and second release, ‘Theorem’, out now.

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Lila Blue – ‘Half Of It’

New York based artist Lila Blue doesn’t try to be different – she just is. She’s already released two albums and an EP, and latest single, ‘Half Of It’, along with its music video, is about as different as can be.

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Singer Songwriter Keenan Willard Releases Video For Debut Single ‘Like You Do’

It’s hard to believe, but Keenan Willard only started writing songs at the start of 2019. His debut single, ‘Like You Do’, released ahead of an EP set to come out in the summer, sees him drawing on his North Carolina roots, and infusing his sound with the inspirations served by his surroundings in El Paso, where he is based, and works as a TV reporter.

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Q And A: Amy Meets Chase Blake

Introducing our newest writer, Amy Bell. Amy is a prolific blogger on her own website, and we reproduce a few of her posts here today. First, her interview with Birmingham artist, Chase Blayke.

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Teenear Sees ‘Dolla Signs’ feat. Aliya Janell & Tallie Dance

Now signed to Slip-N-Slide Records, Miami’s Teenear has been honing her craft since the age of 3, when she started participating in pageants, talent shows, and singing in Church. She started uploading covers to YouTube at the age of 15, and she released her debut single, ‘Friday Night’, featuring rapper Sage The Gemini, in 2015. She’s kept up the rhythm with more singles since then, and with trailblazers like Mariah Carey, Brandy, Aaliyah, and Beyoncé as influences, there’s no doubt this star is shooting for the moon.

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MSC Jay feat Rell – ‘Take You There’

Saint Helena Island in South Carolina has a population of slightly more than 8000 people. Growing up, MSC Jay therefore had to find hobbies to occupy his time, and these always centred around music and sports. When he wasn’t on the field or the ball courts, he was writing raps, and taking on any feedback he got. MSC Jay used constructive criticism to hone his lyrical format and musical style, and actively studied his rap influences, became a businessman, and never gave up.

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Pop Fusion Duo President Street Releases Lyric Video For Autumnal Anthem ‘I Found Me’

As the days get shorter and the evenings grow colder, it’s that cosy time of year when cuddling up to the person that you love sounds like the perfect plan – especially when that person is yourself. Pop fusion duo, President Street, have your musical accompaniment for those autumnal evenings covered with the new lyric video for self-love autumnal anthem, ‘I Found Me’.

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James Cole – ‘Type Of Guy’

James Cole takes us back to our high school days when we were too shy to tell our crush how we felt – his latest single and music video, ‘Type Of Guy’, tells the tale of a teen who finds their affections aren’t returned, and we have all kinds of feels about it.

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