It’s no secret that Instagram is one of the most popular platforms for people to make a career out of. So much so that just about every person has an idea of what an Instagrammer is. Whether it’s the world of modelling, art, music, or anything for that matter, there is a place for it on Instagram, causing many to venture onto the platform to grow their specific niche.
If you’re a pet owner, and you love how much your pet has enriched your life, creating a social media account dedicated to them can be a great thing to do. It can help to document your relationship with your pet, and give yourself a timeline of how far the two of you have come together, and you can share that joy with the rest of the world.
Duffy returns with a moving new song, ‘River In The Sky’. The first music from the Welsh singer since 2015s, ‘Whole Lot Of Love’, it is a deeply personal and emotion-charged piano-led track. Captioned with, “For the better days to come”, the song will only be available across her social media channels.
Cameron Sanderson started out on YouTube, posting original content and covers. Building his fanbase up from scratch he now has over 100,000 subscribers across the world, thanks to his regular appearances and performances at Video Creator conventions such as Playlist, and London’s own, Summer In The City.
Rapper, singer, and dancer has used the internet to reach new fans, and to follow his dreams. The Texas based artist made a name for himself posting his dance compilations on (the sadly missed) Vine, showing off his skill and reaching and influencing a massive following. Now his latest single, ‘Focus’, highlights his singing talents, while a music video is a showcase of his dancing prowess.
Jedward spent much of the first half of 2018 in Los Angeles recording their fourth studio record, the first since the concept album ‘Young Love’, which they released in 2012. The first album from the Dublin twins since they broke away and became independent artists in 2013, it follows on from the nine singles they’ve released since 2014 – including ‘Oh Hell No’, which featured in promotions for Syfy’s ‘Sharknado 3’, back in 2015.
Here at Essentially Pop we don’t do a lot of tooting our own trumpets, rather we just get on with it, writing about all your faves and highlighting a lot of artists that you might never have otherwise come across. But from time to time, something amazing happens that makes us really very very proud, and today is the occasion of one of those things.
Singer songwriter and social media phenomenon Samantha Harvey is certainly taking 2018 by storm. After topping the iTunes pre-order chart and shooting straight in at #2 on the iTunes singles chart, Samantha returns today with the release of her major-label debut EP ‘Please’. The EP is out via Virgin EMI Records in the UK and Capitol Records in the USA.