Heretixx Releases Video For Latest Single ‘Calling’

EDM producer Heretixx teams up with director Daniel Roger on the music video for his new single, ‘Calling’. The artist, who was born and raised in Los Angeles, spent a year making the video, working with an editor based in Africa.

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Draaco Aventura Releases Latest Single, ‘Just Shutup And Dance’

‘Just Shutup And Dance’ is a high energy Latin infused track from Draaco Aventura. Straight out of the blocks Draaco compels the listener to, well…just shut up and dance – and who are we to protest?

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Damian Releases Debut EP, ‘Split’

Set for release tomorrow, 8 April, ‘Split’ is the debut EP from Sydney-based singer songwriter, Damian. The four track EP showcases the artist’s considerable vocal talent while he shares personal experiences from the heart.

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Jag Bentley Returns With Latest Single, ‘Stress’

Australian singer songwriter, musician, producer, and actor Jag Bentley first gained attention in 2014 at the age of 12 when he co-wrote ‘Internet Love’ with Italian DJ ‘Dayans’. His new single and music video, ‘Stress’, was self-written and produced, and sees him encouraging his listeners by saying, “Stress, go away”.

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Danya Vodovoz Releases Video For Latest Single, ‘The Dealer’

Danya Vodovoz is a producer from Hannover, Germany, and his latest single, ‘The Dealer’, is an 80s/new wave inspired song, with music video to match. Shot in rural Australia by young director Braden McDonald, the clip makes good use of foggy streets and gloomy fields, late at night, in order to evoke a ghostly feeling.

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The Dead Daisies – ‘Chosen and Justified’

‘Chosen And Justified’ is the latest single from The Dead Daisies, and their lyric video takes us to the very edge of space and back again, doing it mostly through the power of words.

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Casey Ahern – ‘Bradley’

Casey Ahern’s latest single, ‘Bradley’, is a love song. It’s not about a man named Bradley however; rather it’s a love song to a tiny town in California, whose size is less than a quarter mile, with a population fewer than 200, but with an exquisite beauty.

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Koosh Saxena – ‘Trying My Best’

Singer songwriter and guitarist Koosh Saxena hails from the seaside town of Capitola in Santa Cruz, California, and uses the ocean and beach to inspire him. He’s played in several bands over the past decade and a half, but now he’s a solo artist, and his life is filled with art and leisure like surfing, yoga, and sitar, which flow into his work and evoke a career that encourages listeners to take risks, follow their dreams, and practice humility. His latest single is called ‘Trying My Best’, and we have no doubt that he is.

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Snypa & Lil Duke – ‘No Kizzy’

We’ve written about Snypa before, a man who can’t seem to drop a single without making a hit. He says, “Real Music comes from the soul, and it comes from the South”, and that southern hip-hop sound and mentality runs strong in Snypa’s blood. His new single, ‘No Kizzy’, sees him in collaboration with Lil Duke, who with the same southern no-nonsense approach lets his flow take over the second verse. Produced by WRAITHTALK Entertainment’s very own 31, who’s not yet 20 but is caring a path for himself for others to follow, ‘No Kizzy’ is masterful and pulls no punches.

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Jameel Mason – ‘Black Queens’

Jameel Mason knows that Queens walk among us every day, and we need to recognise their struggles, and honour their courage and achievements in whatever way we can. His latest single, ‘Black Queens’, was released during Women’s History Month, and is a heartfelt tribute, delivered  with poetic verse over a soulful beat that is both old-skool and contemporary at the same time.

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Greg Hoy – ‘Here Comes The Light’

Greg Hoy has worn many different hats, working under many different names over the past 15 years. The singer songwriter, multi instrumentalist, recording producer and engineer, has had a hand in more than 30 albums over that time, but now he’s just performing under his own name. His first of 3 EPs, ‘Cacophony 1’, deep dives into the creativity of various life extremes like births, deaths, fires, and riots, which works well with a word that is defined as a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds: we’re certainly surrounded by a lot of overwhelming noise in this current climate; but music, as always, is our salvation and way free.

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John Reilly – ‘LA LA LA (Bulletproof)’ 

In John Reilly’s latest single, the anthemic ‘LA LA LA (Bulletproof)’, he sings, “All we need is a telephone / a satellite beaming me to your home.” It’s the perfect example of just one way many of us have tried to maintain some sense of normality during this long pandemic. Musicians are no different, they need that means by which to stay connected. And so, to a rocker who is desperate and determined to stay in connection, he uses any method at his fingertips, be it phones, satellites, the Internet, or smoke signals.

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Shonte Renee – ‘Pretty Girlz’

Atlanta native Shonte Renee radiates infectious girl power and with her powerful voice she’s been going against the grain ever since she first arrived in the music industry. Drawing influences from other powerful women, this unstoppable woman’s sound has been heavily influenced by her own grandmother’s voice, along with the fierceness of Tori Braxton and Janet Jackson. Shonte Renee’s latest single, is just one more example of how fearless she actually is.

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Sin For Saints – ‘Sad Songs’

Atlanta producer, songwriter, and studio owner Christian Cantello of Sin For Saints has certainly done his share of hard thinking about sinning and salvation and the inexorable slide from good to bad behavior. With his latest single, ‘Sad Songs’, he takes an emotionally uncompromising look at his own journey to the dark side, giving a candid report about what he found there.

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Cheri Moon – ‘Ain’t I A Woman’

In the video for Cheri Moon’s latest single, ‘Ain’t I A Woman’, she channels former slave Sojourner Truth, who became a passionate speaker on behalf of equality and humanity. In the video she is seen wearing a period costume, and she delivers Sojourner Truth’s most famous speech. Using language that is both stinging, and righteous, she insists on her prerogatives and her rights and reminds us that there’s nothing a man can do that a woman can’t match.

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Xavier Toscano – ‘The Remedy (Feel Alright)’, ‘Made It Look Easy’ and ‘You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) vs Vogue’

We’ve not heard from Xavier Toscano for a while, but like buses, three videos have come all at once! There is nothing the San Francisco native can’t do; he’s a master of all genres, and quickly adapts to the mood of the room, or the vibe of the people, whether it be an intimate gathering or a festival; he knows automatically how to speak to the heart of each person. Spicing his musical style with EDM, rap, rock, reggae, and R&B, while imbuing it with a massive amount of pop energy, his sound is equally relevant in the club, the shopping centre, and on the soundtrack of a tv show.

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Jake Inzerra – ‘WHATCHUGOT’

Jake Inzerra strode out of the negative and toxic home environment in his native Connecticut, and sashayed his way to New York City on his six-inch-stilettos. Finding comfort, acceptance, and passion in local theatre production, the homophobic attacks of his school classmates were cast away like a forgotten memory. Jake isn’t just a singer or a songwriter, he’s a performer, who strives to please and entertain his audience, and he certainly does this with his new single and music video, ‘WHATCHUGOT’.

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Kristina Murrell – ‘Got Me Dreaming’

Kristina Murrell has her stepfather to thank, for reaching out to music producer Sonny King, thus ensuring her talent wasn’t wasted. The R&B songstress relocated to the US in 2015 for school, from her hometown of Bridgetown Barbados, and this eventually served to get her a record deal with Music For Love International, and a production deal with Music By King Inc.

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Camera2 – ‘Natalie’

The music video for NYC rock band Camera2’s latest single, ‘Natalie’, is as much a story in itself as a clip to accompany the song. Opening with a young boy riding his bicycle down a deserted country rode, there’s a deep sinister-ness about it all, despite his angelic face and the verdant forest. The boy drops his bike and runs into the forest, in such a sudden and deliberate moment that it’s immediately obvious that there’s something serious about to happen.

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Alex Woodard – ‘Halfway’ 

Acclaimed singer songwriter Alex Woodard is as much at home with a pen in his hand as he is when he’s standing strumming behind a guitar. A storyteller at heart whose songs are right up there with Springsteen and Mellencamp, Woodard is also a published author, so when he reaches his limit lyrically, he’s able to step in with his books, with each reinforcing the other. His latest series of essays, ‘Living Halfway’, finds its musical equivalent in his song, ‘Halfway’, a fan favourite that the artist has been singing on tour for several years now. Paired with ‘Living Halfway’, the song takes on a deeper meaning.

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