New York artist Kira Rizavi brings soaring vocals along with warmth and positivity in her debut single, ‘Breathe Down’. The young singer-songwriter, who has been favourably compared to Diana Ross, and Rihanna, has already performed at Madison Square Garden, The Metropolitan Opera, and The Bitter End.
Rick Dorn sees himself as the bearer of good news, and with his music he lifts spirits with a message that’s been doing the same for over two thousand years. His latest single, ‘Great Things’, draws from RnB, classic pop, and of course, fiery gospel, and his verses of devotion and praise are sung with a voice which carries in itself the courage of his convictions.
The music video for Niramsin’s latest single, ‘How You Like’, featuring Dell-P, is a gorgeous feast of the beauty of Australia, both natural and manmade. As he sings, “Meet me where the sea meets the sky”, we see a dancer moving from a lighthouse, to the shore, with each move carefully on the beat, perfectly matched to Niramsin’s voice. As he sings, “it into deeper water”, the next dancer does exactly that, moving underwater fully dressed.
daFinchi draws his name from the Renaissance master Leonardo da Vinci, and calls himself The Renaissance Rapper. It’s not just a play on words, even though it’s some mighty fine alliteration; but it also draws attention to the dry, dark sense of humour da Vinci had – taking his art and inventions seriously – but himself…not so much. daFinchi, from Bridgeport, Connecticut, shares that easy wit and tongue-in-cheek self-deprecation in his debut single, ‘The Burbs’.