#Jedward Reschedule Voice Of A Rebel U.K. Tour Dates To February 2021 Due To Covid-19 And Announce New Music Video

With no dates set yet for the re-opening of music venues in the U.K. due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, artists are having to reschedule concert dates and work around the health and safety regulations put in place by the U.K. government. Jedward are also affected by this, the Irish duo having to move their three show tour from August to February. It had originally been planned for May.

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Natasha Heschélle Releases Video For Latest Single ‘Without Your Love’

The second single from actress Natasha Heschélle, ‘Without Your Love’ is a love ballad that is at the same time a full on dance groove. The track is the follow up to ‘Can’t Nobody Bring Me Down’, which she released earlier this year. ‘Without Your Love’ was written as a part of the Canadian TV series, ‘Zahara: The Return’, which can be seen on Amazon Prime.

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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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Lauren Crosby, ft. Griffin Sherry – ‘Biloxi’

Set for release this Friday, July 3, ‘Biloxi’ is the latest track from Maine singer songwriter Lauren Crosby, and features guest vocals from Griffin Sherry of fellow Maine band, The Ghost Of Paul Revere.

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Human Barbie – ‘Get A Life’

Christopher Leopold has been producing and playing music in bands around Los Angeles for a while now, and he currently fronts Human Barbie, from which he’s released his solo bedroom indie-pop album, ‘Get A Life’. The title track is, in the words of Leopold himself, a “snapshot of one person’s experience of confusion, sadness, and resolve.”

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The Imaginaries – ‘Revival’ And ‘Thinking ‘Bout You’

In the video for ‘Revival’, from duo The Imaginaries, Maggie McClure and Shane Henry play a pair of bank robbers in the Old West, who’ve tired of the nomadic lifestyle. They try and settle down to make an honest living, but nobody believes they can do it – especially not their constantly cigar chomping boss. Nonetheless, with quiet determination and a whole lot of talent, they manage to do it.

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TripleYoThreat – ‘Always Lookin’ Fly As Fuck’

TripleYoThreat is a lucky man. He survived being rear-ended by a semi while he was riding his motorcycle, and shouldn’t even be walking, let alone releasing a new single. He also got in to study at UCLA, then dropped out – not once, but twice. On top of all that, he’s an Indian rapper – pretty unique! He’s certainly a “triple yo threat”, and the name is a good fit.

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Tris McCall – ‘The Unmapped Man’

Tris McCall’s ‘Almanac’ is a record of his voyage of discovery to find America. He is of the belief that everyone needs to discover it for themselves, he began in 2015, creating the songs and stories that are the results of his journey.

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Pastor Jamaal – ‘Different’ 

Pastor Jamaal stands at the crossroads between trap music and street preaching: he’s a voice in the wilderness proclaiming the way and tells his deeply personal tale from sin to salvation in his latest single, ‘Different’.

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Shiadanni – ‘Kitty Mama’ And ‘Turn On My Brain’

Born and raised in Guadalajara, Mexico, but currently based in Montreal, Canada, Shiadanni brings Mexican pop-rock sensibilities to the centre of the dream-pop revolution, and by incorporating a slinky blend of late-night RnB and moody hip-hop, she ensures her music has a world audience.

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Trav Torch – ‘Give It To Me Baby’ 

Trav Torch returns with his new single, ‘Give It To Me Baby’, alongside a music video which takes full advantage of his butter-smooth vocal talents and magnetic screen presence. The clip is certainly one for the times, demonstrating that Trav too has perfected his hand-washing technique. It’s love in the time of Covid-19.

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Jekalyn Carr – ‘Changing Your Story’

Jekalyn Carr is a highly respected Gospel artist, who won a Stellar Award as a teenager, and has since topped Billboard’s Gospel Album chart with ‘One Nation Under God’, and ‘The Life Project’. Beyond that she’s won Dove Awards, and been nominated for three Gospel Grammys. She’s listed as one of the most influential people in the world, in EBONYcounts’ “Power 100″‘. With her music ministry, Jekalyn has touched the hearts of thousands of listeners, and now she’s hoping to make a difference in the lives of everyone else.

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Makes My Blood Dance – ‘Power Of The Lightside’

Makes My Blood Dance’s latest single, ‘Power Of The Lightside’, is nearly 5 minutes of full on power metal, paying homage to those heroes of the 70s and 80s, with thrashing guitars and throbbing drums, and enthusiastically emoted lyrics which serve to empower the listener.

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Voice Of A Rebel: Jedward’s Fourth Album Still Stands Out One Year Since Release

Jedward’s fourth album, ‘Voice Of A Rebel’ was released one year ago today, 27 June 2019. Their first with their new label Universal Music Singapore, the release comprises 22 tracks, all written and produced by John and Edward themselves.

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‘Underwater’ Is A Good Old Fashioned Monster Movie

‘Underwater’ came to our cinema screens at the start of the year, and this William Eubank directed movie follows a group of scientists who travel seven miles to the bottom of the ocean and encounter some particularly nasty underwater creatures.

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iinvad3 – ‘Mix It Up’ 

iinvad3’s latest single, ‘Mix It Up’ feels like a popping club tune, but the clip, directed by Charlie Sky, takes place at a car show, filled to the brim with vintage classic cars, alongside finely polished modern vehicles.

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Kamilah Shani – ‘Certified’ 

Kamilah Shani’s video for her latest single, ‘Certified’, sees her flexing on the New York City subway, getting her point across, dressed in neon Puma gear.

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Good Fella Uno – ‘Lemonade’

The latest signing to 360 Records, Good Fella Uno is the absolute epitome of Florida’s hip-hop scene. Uno – the first born and only male among his siblings – is a born storyteller and has studied both OG hip-hop and the up and coming underground styles shaping the modern sound.

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A.T.L.D.V. – ‘Hotel’

When you listen to ‘Hotel’, by A.T.L.D.V. you might find yourself thinking that you’ve gone back in time, that the track couldn’t possibly be a modern one; there’s a distinct 9os vibe to its RnB sound, with its seamless merging of hip hop rhythms and soulful vocals. But it’s a modern track indeed, and it’s captured the classic feel of the heyday of RnB, while at the same time feeling every bit a part of the now.

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Blondia – ‘Do The Damn Thing’

Blondia swaggers through her native New Jersey with style, and oozes a confidence that others can only dream about. ‘Do The Damn Thing’, her latest single, sees her laying down bars like they’re going out of style, and she certainly shows who’s boss in the accompanying music video.

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