Involved in music since childhood – he was a member of “Project Peace”, the group winning an award for community services – Jerome Frank developed a love for singing and performing while travelling to gigs with his father, at which time he also began writing songs, in order to make sense of problems in his personal life. Currently working with Diamond Jam Entertainment, ‘Toxic Love’ is Jerome’s debut single.
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.
Moving from Nigeria to Canada at the age of nineteen, Sirius Wilde found his way into music by way of his love of art and graphic design, and eventually began his career in music in 2017. The RnB singer has released his mixtape, ‘Romanticism, Vol A’, and it’s now available on all digital streaming platforms.
Miami native Teenear is the latest signing to Slip-N-Slide Records, and the RnB natural has wasted no time in releasing her new single, ‘Dolla Signs’, the follow up to her previous releases – girl-power anthem ‘Friday Night’, featuring Sage The Gemini, ‘I Like That’, featuring Lil’ Baby, and 2018’s ‘Need Your Love’.
Self made Texas native Raylon has many strings to his bow, including academics, track and field, and his work in the recording studio. While maintaining an interest in country music, Raylon’s style hones in on a blend of RnB and harmony rap, which takes its inspiration from the likes of Michael Jackson, Chris Brown, and Usher.
Undeniably one of the best voices of our generation, Grammy award-winning singing sensation Gregory Porter has made his eagerly-awaited return to the studio with the uplifting new single ‘Revival’, out today on Decca Records/Blue Note. He also announces the release of his sixth studio album ‘All Rise’ on 17th April.
The first thing you notice about the music video for Justin Bieber’s latest single, ‘Yummy’, is the colour. From Bieber himself, bedecked in the faintest of pinks Drew hoodie, with candy floss coloured hair, to the rest of his crew, who could have walked straight off the pages of a Pantone colour guide.