Jae Mansa and Young Marco find their inspiration wherever they are, in their surroundings, grinding it hard in their local area of North Carolina. Jae Mansa is a duo of cousins comprising Daron “Jae” Johnson and Brandon “B” Boone, and they’ve worked together for a while now. We’ve covered their previous releases this year, and we’re happy to bring you yet another, their new single, ‘Gryndin’.
Freya Ridings made a huge breakthrough when her Platinum-selling hit ‘Lost Without You’ became a regular fixture in the Top 10 towards the end of 2018, as it hit a total of 200 million streams. And Freya’s career has remained stratospheric throughout 2019. She scored a second sizeable hit with the Silver-certified ‘Castles’ ahead of her self-titled debut album which shot into the charts at #3.
For her previous release, ‘Meant To Be’, pop singer Alexa Friedman was a mermaid in the music video. With the video for her latest single, ‘Take Me Down’, she’s chosen to address a different fantasy altogether, this time of a martial arts master and deadly swords-woman. With first a mermaid – the siren of the sea luring unwary seamen to their doom – and now a kick-ass ninja, you get the feeling that Friedman doesn’t suffer fools gladly.
Bradford singer songwriter Premaura has established herself on the local pop music scene, with performances at Live At Leeds, and Pub In The Park among her accolades. Now she’s released her debut EP, ‘Ascension Pt 1’, which a four-track record which came about after the artist had a spiritual awakening.
Today, Kesha has dropped both the song and video for ‘My Own Dance’, the latest release from her upcoming album ‘High Road’ (out January 10 on Kemosabe/RCA Records), and it continues the wave of addictively fun and perfectly crafted pop started by the album’s first single, ‘Raising Hell’ (feat. Big Freedia).
‘Twenty Two’ is essentially a pleading message to the people of the US military that they are loved and wanted in this world. Although the road of life may have been unforgiving and unjust, Griego and Fitz want veterans to know that their sacrifice has not gone unappreciated and that it should be the duty of all Americans to tell their brave few that they are here for them.