Folabee Releases Latest Single, ‘Power Of Dolapo’

Folabee has released his latest Afrobeat single, ‘Power Of Dolapo’. A Nigerian native now living in the United States, Folabee pays homage to his heritage in the song title, which comes from Nigerian slang for “Power of the US Dollar”, as well as “acquiring wealth”.

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VISSIA’s ‘With Pleasure’ Is Finally Here!

Coming from the frozen lands of Canada comes a new kind of popstar who’s ready to thaw out that winter chill. In time for spring and summer it’s VISSIA, with her sophomore effort With Pleasure.

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CBENOTTE Releases Debut EP ‘Between The Lines’

CBENOTTE makes his electronic debut with his EP, ‘Between The Lines’. The musician and producer was born and raised in the former Czechoslovakia, but is now based in the US.

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This Mellow Releases Touching Debut Single ‘I’m With You’

Christian contemporary artist This Mellow is based in Perth, Western Australia. His debut single, ‘I’m With You’ was inspired by the lockdowns of the Covid-19 pandemic, and being separated from family members in the UK. It’s a sentiment we can all relate to, as we’ve all been through tough times in the past year or so – a song we can find solace in regardless of our beliefs or lack thereof. This Mellow is able to fuse the love he has for his family, with the love he feels in his Christian faith.

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Twonique Releases Latest Album ‘Factory Seconds’

Released on April 26, ‘Factory Seconds’ is the latest album from German artist Twonique. The singer, who calls to mind Rick Astley in appearance, he wrote, recorded and produced every song in his bedroom, and based them on his feelings at the time of writing.

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Afropop Artist Obdyk Releases Latest Single, ‘So Long’

Afropop artist Obdyk takes the positivity associated with the genre to the next level with his new single, ‘So Long’. The catchy melodies and lyrics of the track represents the singer’s journey through life, which he shares with honest and compelling vocals.

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Spanish Folk Artist Oscar Peris Releases Latest Album ‘Break The Attitude’

Spanish folk artist Oscar Peris is already known in his home country, and with his new album, ‘Break the Attitude’, he hopes to break the language barrier and has re-written some of his most popular songs in English, as well as two brand new songs.

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Keelie Walker – ‘Runaway’

Keelie Walker is like so many other teens, and is still figuring herself out; trying to work out who she is while dealing with the increasing pressures of growing up. Her new single, ‘Runaway’, the follow up to March’s ‘Girls Night’, is another single from the ‘Girls Night’ EP, and as usual, we see her as herself, being an uplifting inspiration for her friends, as well as those around her.

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Raphaël Angelini – ‘Revolutionary Étude, Op. 10, No. 12’

Raphaël Angelini doesn’t limit his talents to being exclusively a classical musician – he’s played all kinds of different compositions – but no matter what genre of music he plays, when he sits down at the piano to play a piece, he does so with the confidence of a virtuoso and the energy and presence of a rock star.

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Grey DeLisle – ‘Tonight You Belong To Me’

Grey DeLisle’s album, ‘Borrowed’ has the audacity to cover songs from T. Rex to Willie Nelson and from Pink Floyd to Hank Williams, and features string arrangements by Eric Gorfain (Radiohead, Coldplay) and Tammy Rogers (The Steeldrivers, Victoria Williams). You’ll have to wait to hear it in full however, as the album won’t be released until later in 2021. Meanwhile, you can check out the second single and video, ‘Tonight You Belong to Me’, which was previously recorded by The Honeys in 1969, and produced by Brian Wilson, of The Beach Boys.

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sad alex – ‘california queen’

The name “sad alex” was given to her by her close friend Justin Pagano, as Alex was looking for a performance name. Her new single, ‘california queen’, is a little bit sad too.

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Jane N’ The Jungle – ‘Trouble’

‘Trouble’, the new song from Jane N’ The Jungle, is an absolute killer rock waltz. With stop-start guitars and blistering leads setting the stage for Jordan White’s incredibly versatile voice, along with Brian Dellis on guitar and Bryan Dague on bass, it’s a massively cathartic hook.

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Michael Lanza – ‘Friend’

Michael Lanza last hit our page back in January, with his collab with rapid-fire rapper, Chow Mane, ‘Islands’. Now he returns with ‘Friend’, an incredibly upbeat and catchy new pop song.

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Wé McDonald – ‘Head up High’

Wé McDonald’s independently-released single, ‘Head Up High’, is a song that could well be about her home town of Paterson, New Jersey, and the video she’s paired it with could be about Paterson too.

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Star 2 – ‘Give Me Your Heart’ Ft YSN Flow

We first wrote about Star 2 back in February with his single, ‘If U Want To’. Now he returns with his latest single, ‘Give Me Your Heart’, featuring YSN Flow.

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Feriano JX – ‘Night Fall’

Los Angeles plays host to an incredible array of musical artists, and the latest one we’d like to introduce to you is Feriano JX, the stage name of Jacob, who came to the USA from Cameroon, Africa, 11 years ago. After attending high school and college, in Maryland, he went to Montgomery College to study business, before moving to California, where he currently works in Cyber Security. His real passion of course, is music, and Feriano JX takes inspiration from the likes of Michael Jackson, Nas, and Jay-Z among others. His good friend Jeremiah Bland pushed him relentlessly, and we thank him, because now we get to hear his first ever single ‘Night Fall’ – and there’s plenty more where that came from.

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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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Ugotaya – ‘No Dey Lie’

Born in Lagos, Nigeria, but now living in Atlanta, Georgia, Ugotaya raps and sings with authority and the air of a statesman. His music is a lot of fun, as he skilfully blends into his music the perspective of an African, and an African-American. His new single, ‘No Dey Lie’, lets his voice go full throttle, and the track is the perfect example of his style: drawn from Dirty South rap, deep-rooted gospel soul, and dancehall that’ll melt your socks off with its island heat.

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Kooly Bros ft Young Thug – ‘Drunk Mess’

Young Thug’s vocals are instantly recognisable: with their laser-like precision they hit their mark fast, while at the same time their otherworldly quality ensures that there’s no mistaking whose voice it is. It’s what’s made not only his own releases best sellers, but also why he’s been in such demand as the secret ingredient in hits by the likes of Camila Cabello, Calvin Harris, Post Malone, and many other pop stars. So given all that, it’s clear just what importance been added to ‘Drunk Mess’, the mesmerising single by pop-rap duo Kooly Bros, when Young Thug provided his vocals. Speaking of his fellow Georgians, he said,  “it’s their time.”

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Kelsey Coleman – ‘Break Mine’

Daniela Federici is a master of the black and white portrait, and together with pop singer Kelsey Coleman they’ve made a video that’s compelling right from the word go, with Coleman filling out every line and every syllable of her new single, ‘Break Mine’, while Federici captures every aspect of the performance. The clip is so watchable is the clip that you might might miss that it’s entirely footage of Coleman’s face, set against a black background.

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