Kid Pullen – ‘Shine From My Casket’, And ‘Can’t Help’

This may be the first time we’ve heard a rapper rhyme about fast cars and fly jewellery and NOT be bragging on it.

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PM – ‘Touch It’ And ‘Get It’

Once you hear ‘Touch It’, and ‘Get It’, we think you’ll agree that the bond between Phi and Meisha is a powerful one indeed. If these two rappers are uncommonly frank, raw, and uncompromising, there’s a good reason for their confidence and their swagger. They know they’ve got each other’s backs.

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Broke Royals Release Visuals For ‘Saint Luxury’ And ‘Born To Break’

It’s a double bonus Monday as Broke Royals release not one but two visuals for their singles, ‘Saint Luxury’, the title track from their latest album, and ‘Born To Break’, an homage to classic tour videos.

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SAYONNE ft. K-Starr – ‘6 (Ignited)’ And ‘2 Worlds (Remember)’

Sayonne’s Caribbean infused RnB is a hot and festive party starter; deeply personal, and at the same time, beautifully graceful. Her voice evokes both the beaches of Trinidad, and the clubs of Los Angeles. All of this is amply demonstrated in her singles, ‘6 (Ignited)’, and ‘2 Worlds (Remember)’.

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Dan Says – Week Twenty One

Dan’s had a really nice week actually…

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Biting Elbows Give Us What We Want With ‘Heartache’ And ‘Control’

It’s an interesting name, Biting Elbows. We thought that last year when we introduced the Moscow-based band to our readers: our opinion hasn’t changed. We’re pleased to bring two more songs from the indie band whose music is notable for its dark undertones – ‘Heartache’, and ‘Control’. Naturally, there’s videos as well.

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Will Young Releases Two Performance Videos With VEVO

To celebrate the release of Will Young’s new album, ‘Lexicon’, VEVO announces the release of Will Young’s live performance of ‘Jealousy’ and ‘All The Songs’.

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Dan Says – Week Nineteen

Any hints for Dan about making his cactus grow? This is not a euphemism. He’s also been listening to Austin Mahone, Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello, Zara Larsson, Kesha, and Brandon Rivers this week.

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Dan Says – Week Sixteen

Dan is back after his hiatus and he’s been listening to some absolute bangers!

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Tritonal ‘Hard Pass’ (ft. Ryann) and ‘Diamonds’ (ft. Rosie Darling)

Progressive House, Electro House, and Trance Future Bass are all styles that David Reed and Chad Cisneros have experimented with in over a decade of working together as Tritonal. They’ve won the respect and recognition of some of the biggest names in electronic music, including Armin van Buuren, Steve Aoki, Nicky Romero, Above & Beyond, to name a few. They’ve taken Tritonal to the Electric Daisy Carnival, the Electric Zoo, Creamfields in Australia, Ultra Music Festival, and other top notch EDM events. On top of all that, with ‘Air Up There’, and their new Tritonia show on Sirius XM, they show themselves to be both skilled and discerning radio hosts.

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Dan Says – Week Twelve

I’m just so excited about the future. I don’t want to give away too much about certain things in my personal life as I don’t want to seem like I’m bragging but I’m 100% in love with this year thus far & I’m really excited to see the rest of it unfold.

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Dan Says – Week Seven

Music is such a universal language that brings people all of different races, ages and backgrounds together…it’s amazing that you can be in a venue of 40,000 people or 2,000 people and everyone has their own story of why they’re there.

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Shadow Puppet Theatre – ‘Mystery Girl’, And ‘John Doe’

Shadow Puppet Theatre hail from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and the four trained musicians somehow found each other and came together to make their raw, yet refined, sounds of alternative rock and pop.

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Glorybots – ‘Dream About Nothing’, And ‘Afterlife’

They call their sound “dark alien pop”, and it suits them as snugly as a flying saucer fits a little green alien. Glorybots make music that feels extraterrestrial, and their songs strongly suggest that the planet they’re coming from may not be the nicest place in the galaxy.

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Angela Josephine – ‘Go Easy’, And ’40 Days’

Angela Josephine began her musical career back in 2002 when she appeared at a Border’s Open Mic in Northern Michigan. She weaves motifs and melodies with a celtic theme throughout her songs, and her latest tracks, ‘Go Easy’ and ’40 Days’, reflect this, and the videos were shot in Northern Ireland.

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Dar.Ra – ‘Heart Shape Pill’, And ‘Night-Stepper’

Dar.Ra first started in London back in the 1990s, and has been steadily evolving his craft, inspired by experimentation. but is now ready to start making waves in the US. The artist has worked in multiple bands in the past, but now has decided it’s time to go solo, with his latest EP, ‘Dirty Lil Secrets’. We present the videos for two singles from the EP – ‘Heart Shape Pill’, and ‘Night-Stepper’.

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