Que 9 feat Nani Goins – ‘4 Life’

Up-and-coming rapper Que 9 is a born storyteller, and he has been doing it with his music since 2016. The Detroit native, who was born Quarrion Philips, has never been afraid to put himself out there and tell the world what he feels. He started at the age of four, playing instruments in his basement, which evolved into making and creating ringtones. Since then, Que has been filled with the urge to create the best music possible while still being relatable and honest with his listeners.

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Que 9 – ‘No Such Thing As A Real One’

The latest single from Que 9, ‘No Such Thing As A Real One’, comes from his newest album, ‘Testimony’, which sees him taking a more serious approach to his music.

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Que 9 – ‘Be Long’

Still only 15, Quarrion “Que 9” Phillips has already proven to be a fantastic rapper, with over 32 million hits on his YouTube alone, as well as a dance craze, the #QueSplashChallenge. Taking his inspiration from East Coast rapper Nas, Que 9 took up rap when he was 4, and uses his music to advocate for a better, safer, Detroit – his home town. His latest single, ‘Be Long’, shows him admitting that chasing success can be hard.

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Que 9 Is Always There For ‘FaceTime’ With New Single

13 year old emcee Que 9 – real name Quarrion Phillips – is doing what most young people his age would only ever dream about. From Detroit, the young singer’s new release, ‘FaceTime’ is a fine example of his extraordinary talent.

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On Sale Now: SQUEEZE Announce ‘The Difford And Tilbrook Songbook 2019’ USA Tour

Squeeze have announced the American leg of ‘The Difford And Tilbrook Songbook 2019’ tour that will see the UK legends play their extensive list of hits as well as rare, lesser-known gems from their back catalogue and solo careers. Tickets for most shows are available from 10am, March 22. The Washington, DC show will be on sale on March 29. For tickets and further information, visit Squeeze’s official website.

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Netflix Launches 90s Themed Pop-Up Stores In London, Brighton & Newcastle Inspired By Horror Film Trilogy ‘FEAR STREET’

To celebrate the today launch of ‘Fear Street Part 1: 1994’, the first instalment in the Fear Street Trilogy, Netflix will open three UK branches of Shadyside Videos;  nostalgic 90s horror-themed pop-up stores in London, Brighton and Newcastle offering visitors a fear-inducing interactive experience.

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90s Fever: D:Ream Returns With ‘Meet Me At Midnight’

It feels like we’ve been waiting for years to return to the D:Ream world, but the wait is over as one of the biggest dance bands of the 90s return with a killer album and a hot new single with a slick sing-along video to go with it.

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StreetSmartz101 – ‘Queen’s Anthem’

Hailing from Ocala, Florida, StreetSmartz101 are back with their new single, ‘Queen’s Anthem’. The track is hot on the heels of their singles, ‘Trap Stay Open’, and ‘That’s My Dog’ in their ode to female empowerment.

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Angel Moy Releases Video For Latest Single, ‘Que Les Den’

‘Que Les Dens’ is the latest single from Spanish artist, Angel Moy. Inspired by the sounds of techno, the dynamic track is the first release from his upcoming EP.

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Hi Love – ‘Queen and Slim’

Taking her influence from Minnie Riperton, Aaliyah, and Stevie, Chicago’s Hi Love’s vocals will fill you with fire and leave you with chills. Speaking with Hip Hop Weekly, she condensed her approach to making music in just one line: “Get busy and work like any day could be my last day.”

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Lotusbliss Could Be Your New Favourite Band If The New Song ‘Horror’ Is Anything To Go By. Essentially Pop Caught Up With The Brothers With A Few Questions.

A lifetime of creation, experimentation, making noise and camaraderie has come to fruition with the Kent band Lotusbliss; literally a band of brothers who are starting to make waves in the indie rock music scene.

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Nick Mohura Releases Latest Single ‘Bellaqueando’

Out today, from Colombian artist Nick Mohura, ‘Bellaqueando’ is bringing the sound of summer to us just when we need it most.

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Sy Smith ft. DominiqueXavier – ‘Feeling Good’

Pioneering Los Angeles nu-soul scene artist Sy Smith has been doing her thing for more than a decade, with five solo albums and collaborations with icons like Zo!, The Foreign Exchange, and Phonte. She’s also turned her talents to acting, with spots on ‘How I Met Your Mother’, and ‘American Dad’, treating these with the same passion as she does with her music. Everything she touches turns to gold, no less so than her new single and video, ‘Feeling Good’, which features DominiqueXavier, who’s tickled the ivories for Prince, MonoNeon, and Snoh Aalegra, among others.

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The Kinks Announce ‘The Moneygoround’ – One Man Show Live Stream Available As One-Time Broadcast On YouTube January 29th At 8:00PM GMT

‘The Kinks ‘The Moneygoround’ – One Man Show Live Stream’ will be available to watch as a one-time broadcast on YouTube on January 29th @ 8.00pm GMT.

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Ones To Watch 2021: Allegra Is Queen Of Pop

It’s the end of the year, which means it’s time for some lists. Best albums of 2020, the songs that got us through this awful year – but how about looking forward? We’d like to leave this year behind us and look forward to the future, to an artist who has begun making waves on the pop scene, and is looking to be one of the essential names on the UK pop scene, very very soon…

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Rising Star Katie Kittermaster Releases ‘ Every Breath You Take’ And Answers A Few Questions For Essentially Pop

Katie Kittermaster is a singer songwriter from Kent who has recently been making real waves. This year would have been a very busy one with live dates a plenty in her own right and as a supporting act for some substantiated names in the industry. She toured with a recent interviewee of mine, Lucy Spraggan, and is about to release her new single, a cover of the classic ‘Every Breath You Take’. I was lucky enough to be able to ask her a few questions about what she’s been up to, the single and the sumptuous backdrop of the video to accompany it. Katie’s version of the song comes from a different place to the original and works beautifully. 

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Six Quick Questions With Dublin Band Wild Youth

Wild Youth are, in their own words, “one of the hottest Irish bands to emerge in recent times” and they’ve certainly established themselves as a name in their homeland, and are making great strides across the globe, with a view to world domination. Their most recent single, ‘Through The Phone’, was released earlier this month, and comes with a pastel-coloured music video, where they get creative with paint on an 80s era rotary phone.

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CONJURING THE SPIRIT OF THE PAST- Professor And The Madman’s Sean Elliott On The Quartet’s New 1970s-Inspired Concept Album ‘Seance’

Though mostly written and recorded before the waking nightmare we’ve come to know as 2020, Professor and the Madman’s new album seems oddly prescient….

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K R A F T W E R K Announce New Coloured Vinyl LP Reissues of the 2009 Remasters: Available From 9 October On Parlophone Records

Following the recent announcement of Kraftwerk’s 3-D The Catalogue (Dolby Atmos Surround Mix) and 5 German language studio albums (Trans Europa Express, Die Mensch-Maschine, Computerwelt, Techno Pop and The Mix) being made available to stream for the very first time, Parlophone Records have confirmed that the 2009 UK and German vinyl 12345678 Catalogue remasters are to be made available as limited edition, individual heavyweight LPs, most of which have never been pressed on coloured vinyl before.

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The Forevers – ‘Frederique’ And ‘Rockets Fly’

With the promise of making “some damn good music to rock out to, score a date to & chill to after”, sibling duo The Forevers have a lot to live up to, but thankfully they’re good on their word. Comprising brother and sister Mikolaj Mick Jaroszyk and Natalia Safran, the pair got their start while growing up in Communist Poland, back in the 1980s, where their starving ears feasted on the music broadcast by pirate radio, and they were exposed to the Western rock and roll rebellion of the likes of Bruce Springsteen.

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