Miami native Trina has been an iconic rapper for twenty years, and has done this by always seeking out innovative and creative ways to promote her career, setting herself apart from other female lyricists. Her latest track, ‘I Just Wanna’, featuring City Girls and Arie, marks for her fans the beginning of an entirely new Trina era.
Rebecca Blasband is an American singer-songwriter and screenwriter. Known as a first season cast member of MTV reality show, ‘The Real World: New York’, she released her debut album, ‘RAPT’, in 1997. This was recorded with a full band, and produced by Warren Bruleigh, known for his work with Lou Reed, and the Violent Femmes. The album, which featured Gordon Gano on electric guitars, was met with great reviews from the press, as well as saw play on college radio.
Compared to Chaka Khan, Prince, and Stevie Wonder, LA native Raquel Rodriguez is making a name for herself in the UK, with her latest track, ‘Night’s Over’. The singer songwriter is in London this month for a weekly residency at The Troubadour, Old Brompton Road, Earl’s Court, for her debut shows in the UK, as well as to celebrate the release of her new EP.
Dublin singer songwriter ELLYD is set to finish off the year with a bang, by releasing her new single, ‘Sorge’. The highly anticipated track follows on from her successful track, ‘Close’, released over the summer, which saw massive airplay on Irish national radio. ‘Sorge’ is out on Monday November 5.
Carly Rae Jepsen, the multi-platinum seller, Grammy, Juno, and Polaris Prize nominated, singer-songwriter, has today released her latest song, ‘Party For One’, through 604/School Boy/Interscope Records. Co-written by Jepsen, and produced by Captain Cuts, and HIGHTOWER, ‘Party For One’ is now available to stream and download through all digital retailers, and will appear on Jepsen’s forthcoming album, set for release in 2019.
Wiyaala, one of the world’s most charismatic artists has released her new single, a mash-up mix of ‘Better Treat Me Right’, a song written as a rallying cry to women around the world to stand up against tradition and convention. Known to her legions of fans as “The Young Lioness of Africa”, Wiyaala has been an advocate for women’s rights throughout her career, having herself narrowly escaped the horror of FGM and standing up to the notoriously conservative Ghanaian music industry, where any challenge to the norm is frowned upon.