Where Did We Go Wrong - Wallaby ft. Cali & PaperShapes

Where Did We Go Wrong – Wallaby ft. Cali & PaperShapes

Where Did We Go Wrong – Wallaby ft. Cali & PaperShapes

 

 

 

 

 

Where Did We Go Wrong - Wallaby ft. Cali & PaperShapes

Where Did We Go Wrong – Wallaby ft. Cali & PaperShapes

 

 

 

Where Did We Go Wrong – Wallaby ft. Cali & PaperShapes

 

 

 

Wallaby releases a top-notch and memorable song titled ‘Where Did We Go Wrong’. The song features the powerful vocals of a female singer that sings from the heart. The song is pleasing from the starting point to the ending point. The gifted singer engages the listeners with her energetic, special and fascinating vocals.

 

The instrumental of “Where Did We Go Wrong” is perfectly harmonized with the vocals while the lyrics are relatable. The remarkable performance is as a result of the excellent songwriting and vocal ability of the singer. “Where Did We Go Wrong” is a song to check.

 

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Sara Diamond - Crash

Sara Diamond – Crash

 

 

 

 

Sara Diamond - Crash

Sara Diamond – Crash

 

 

 

 

Sara Diamond – Crash

 

Montreal-based artist Sara Diamond has released her anticipated debut EP, Foreword. The EP is about crossing the barrier of fear into the unknown and includes four of her previously released singles in addition to three new tracks. Sara has spent the past year releasing music about the ups and downs of love. Those songs have amassed over 13 million plays and landed her in the Spotify Viral Top 50 Chart. She’s now following with a fully formed idea via Foreword.

 

Of the new EP, Sara says: “My brain had a lot of processing to do over the past year. When fantasy meets reality type vibes. These songs are a representation of that time – somewhat scattered in direction, very visceral and sexually driven… playing with ideas of love, loss, lust, and everything in between.”

 

Sara had been through many iterations of her musical career before the success of her recent releases. She was given the gift of song through her family lineage and sang on her mother’s record label for many years as a child. Her first album was recorded at 11 and at 14 Sara moved to L.A. to continue recording. Quickly disenchanted with the grind and lack of control over her trajectory, Sara returned home and put music on the back burner. Now she is fully committed and is releasing original music that explores the world from her own perspective without any compromises.

 

Sara has come to appreciate the healing power of music – it has been a constant that, through the trials and tribulations of her life, has stuck around in some capacity. Her goal is to inspire others to look inwards and appreciate the myriad of feelings that come along with being human. In accepting the beauty of who we are as individuals, we can learn to love each other without judgment and fear.

 

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Richard Ashcroft - Born To Be Strangers

Richard Ashcroft – Born To Be Strangers

Richard Ashcroft – Born To Be Strangers

 

 

 

 

 

Richard Ashcroft - Born To Be Strangers

Richard Ashcroft – Born To Be Strangers

 

 

 

 

Richard Ashcroft – Born To Be Strangers

 

 

As the frontman for the epic British drone-pop band the Verve, Richard Ashcroft proved himself the spiritual descendant of rock & roll icons like Mick Jagger and Jim Morrison – rivetingly charismatic, menacingly serpentine, and possessed of an almost shamanic intensity, he embraced and articulated the anthemic fervour of rock music with a power and eloquence unparalleled by any of his contemporaries. Ashcroft was born September 11, 1971, in the Wigan suburb of Billinge, attending Upholland Comprehensive School alongside future Verve mates Simon Jones, Simon Tong, and Peter Salisbury .After losing his father at age 11, he fell under the influence of his stepfather, a member of the ancient secular order of the Rosicrucians, who regularly performed experiments in mind expansion and the healing arts. While a student at Winstanley College in 1989, Ashcroft co-founded Verve with bassist Jones, drummer Salisbury, and guitarist Nick McCabe; signing to Virgin’s Hut imprint to issue their 1992 debut single, “All in the Mind,” Verve earned widespread praise for their majestic, oceanic guitar pop, with the eminently quotable Ashcroft earning the dismissive nickname “Mad Richard” from the U.K. press.

 

Despite their critical acclaim, Verve often seemed at the mercy of forces outside their control – while touring with the Lollapalooza festival in support of their 1993 debut LP, A Storm in Heaven, Ashcroft was hospitalized after suffering from severe dehydration, and within months the band also entered into a protracted legal battle with the American jazz label Verve, which resulted in an official name change to The Verve. Recorded under the influence of a massive intake of ecstasy, 1995’s brilliant A Northern Soul effectively split the band apart, although Ashcroft re-formed the line-up a few weeks later. The re-formed Verve achieved international success with 1997’s celebrated Urban Hymns, scoring a series of hits including “Bittersweet Symphony,” “The Drugs Don’t Work,” and “Lucky Man”; however, legal hassles awarded 100-percent of “Bittersweet Symphony”‘s publishing rights to ABKCO Music – the song was built on a Rolling Stones sample – and as friction between Ashcroft and McCabe resurfaced, the guitarist quit the group. Following a final tour, the Verve again disbanded, this time for good.

 

Ashcroft’s solo debut, Alone with Everybody, followed in mid-2000. Later that fall, Ashcroft celebrated his solo success with a ten – date sold-out American tour. Two days prior to kick-off in Chicago, the entire tour was postponed due to Ashcroft’s illness, and speculations were quickly linked to his previous drug – using behaviour with the Verve. Those rumours were also wiped out quickly, and the U.S. dates were rescheduled for January 2001. The following year, Ashcroft returned with his soul-searching, spiritual second album, Human Conditions. Over the next few years, Ashcroft returned to living a quiet life with his family. He also inked a recording contract with Parlophone after his long-time label home, Hut, went bankrupt in mid-2004. Ashcroft’s long-awaited third album, Keys to the World, was released in March 2006.

 

Shortly after the release of Keys to the World, rumours started circulating that the Verve were set to reunite. The band confirmed these rumours in 2007, playing a brief tour at the end of the year and then setting to work on a new album. Punningly entitled Forth, the record appeared in the summer of 2008 and was a reasonable success, yet the band members didn’t weather their reunion well, splitting once more in the summer of 2009. Ashcroft then formed the solo project RPA & the United Nations of Sound, whose debut appeared in the summer of 2010 in every territory but the U.S., where it was released in early 2011. Ashcroft followed this up six years later with his fifth studio album, These People in 2016. The release was recorded in Ashcroft’s home studio in London and features orchestration from erstwhile collaborator Wil Malone. Lyrically focused on conflict and bereavement and composed of lush strings and delicate textures, the record was preceded by the single “This Is How It Feels.”

~ Jason Ankeny

 

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Boat Man featuring Breana Marin - Radar

Boat Man featuring Breana Marin – Radar

Boat Man featuring Breana Marin – Radar

 

 

 

 

Boat Man featuring Breana Marin - Radar

Boat Man featuring Breana Marin – Radar

 

 

 

Artist Name: Boat Man featuring Breana Marin

 

Song Title: Radar

 

Genre: Hip Hop

 

Release Date: 01/15/2018

 

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Boat Man featuring Breana Marin – Radar

 

Born and raised in Milford, Delaware artist/producer Boat Man has stamped his indelible imprint on the underground music scene. Besides producing tracks Boat Man also works with other producers to bring out the artistic side of delivering words with a solid platform. As an independent artist/producer Boat Man only looks moving towards the future creating his own unique sound that will make everyone’s ear tune in. He is the Best Of All Time.

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Brief us on how to impress fans during a live performance.

Interacting with the fans directly and making them feel as though they are part of the show. Let the fans win merchandise at your shows.

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Explain what has motivated you so far in your music career.

The things that motivated me so far in my music career are family and my supporters. Just knowing I’m making great music for everyone to listen to is a thrill for me.

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Discuss your experience as an artist.

My experience as an artist has its ups and downs. It’s a mixed emotion kind of thing. Some days you feel motivated and some days you feel like giving it all up. Overall it taught me how to become the artist/producer I needed to become whether through good experience or bad. Just keep pushing and never forget the “BIGGER PICTURE”.

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Tell us the biggest mistake you have ever made in your music career.

The biggest mistake I had ever made was trying to let people sell me dreams and trying to depend on someone else to control the business side of my career. Do your own research and learn the industry, from negotiating contracts to mechanical royalties.

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Discuss the story behind the song.

When I heard the beat (shout out to Dreamlife Beats) and Breana Marin was already on the hook. When I actually listened to what she was saying it gave me Goosebumps. Instantly I knew that was It. Everything she was saying was describing my whole character at the moment. It’s the way I was really moving “Ünder The Radar”. I felt like the more I stayed to myself and conceal my intentions the further I got. Not just in music but LIFE.

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Discuss your opinion on the safety of fans during shows and live performances.

Plain and simple; just make sure everyone makes it back home to their family in a safe manner.

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Tell us the greatest piece of advice someone has given you as an artist.

Listen, take control, be yourself and never lose yourself.

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Tell us what you will improve or change in your music.

Working on deep concepts; I want to paint a picture that’s vivid with my music.

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Discuss vocal training and how you protect your vocal.

Drink water and apple juice.

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Discuss your best mood during performance.

When the music stops and the fans continue to know every lyric to your song.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Boat Man B.O.A.T (BEST OF ALL TIME) – Boat Man is just my company name; Boat came from a childhood name here I grew up.

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List your best artists with reasons.

Nas – Educated and street smart.

 

Big L – Wordplay and delivery.

 

Jay-Z – Motivating.

 

J.Cole – Deep concepts.

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Discuss your existence as an artist.

Timeless – My existence will always be present through my music.

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Tell us the greatest problem you think is facing the society and the solution.

Climate change / destruction of nature – There’s really no solution to this factor since it is beyond our control but it is still a big problem for the society.

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Discuss your songwriting and recording.

I just let the good spirits take control and direct me while I’m writing or recording.

 

 

 

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