Halloway Road – Get The Girl

Holloway Road – Get The Girl

 

 

 

 

 

 

Halloway Road – Get The Girl

Halloway Road – Get The Girl

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holloway Road (Jack Cooper and Rob Gulston) are one of the most amazing new duos in country-pop music.

 

Having had extensive radio support from the BBC, Chris Country and Downtown Radio in the UK, and WSM-AM in the USA; over half a million streams for their music to date; and sharing stages with the likes of The Shires, Lindsay Ell, American Young and more, and many major festival appearances including AEG’s high profile Country to Country & Country Music Week events and the first ever The Long Road Festival.

 

National media coverage to date has included Vice, Country Music Magazine, Maverick, and The Daily Mail…

 

With support from fans worldwide and three iTunes Top Five EPs to date, success in a growing international country scene looks like an inevitable part of the Holloway Road story.

 

Late in 2017 the duo completed their first full band headline tour, documented in the video for standalone single ‘Under Cover’ and in part inspiring the follow up track ‘No Place’ about the experience of being an artist on the road; and during the summer of 2018 they came back to Nashville to record their third EP ‘Broke’, which is available to stream / download now, with a huge response from fans and over 100k streams within the first few weeks of release.

 

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Ambition - Haters on Deck

Ambition – Haters on Deck

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ambition - Haters on Deck

Ambition – Haters on Deck

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name: Ambition

 

Song Title: Haters On Deck

 

Genre: Hip-Hop

 

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Discuss the processing involved in creating a song.

I create songs based on my mood often times I’m going through something or I’m coming out of something so my music stays well balanced because in life you have ups and downs period.

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Elaborate on the theme of most of your songs.

My themes seem to change with the current song “Haters On Deck” – it’s self-explanatory because just going by the title you know, the subject is haters and how I conquer my fears and enemies but other than that I don’t necessarily have a theme unless I’m making an album like I’m currently working on now.

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Tell us your greatest musical works up to date.

I would say my new track “It Is Written” because it’s the essence of Hip-Hop defined.

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Tell us your source of inspiration.

People are my inspiration; usually I get ideas from a movie I’m watching or just everyday living that inspires me to write what I feel.

 

Life experiences mostly and things I relate to or empathize with.

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Tell us how you are handling the distribution of your music.

Recently, I put my music on Distrokid which allowed me to be on Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora etc.

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Tell us the secret to success.

The secret to success is to love what you do and have the courage to pursue it and let all other things follow it!

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Tell us what you think has changed in the music industry.

Honestly, I feel music has been diluted to a place of stats and figures but for me music has to be felt often times.

 

The people who run it can’t show you anything besides the things they know to sell.

 

If we took the time to really put effort towards genuine artists who don’t duplicate a sound but create their own sound to make relevance to a pure art itself can free others from trying to be something they’re not.

 

For me; music has turned into fantasy and not reality which confuses the message in a whole sense of it.

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Tell the greatest mistake to avoid while making a song.

Basically to tell someone else’s story that is not your own or water down the truth about yours.

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Tell us how you boost your performance.

When I’m nervous because the crowd has increased as it should I completely zone out to a place of bravery where the music speaks for itself.

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Discuss how you get involved in music.

To say it simply; it comes naturally and it’s in my blood, my grandfather created a family of musicians, so we do it without thought.

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State your musical skills.

I’m a songwriter, producer, singer, and hip-hop artist.

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Tell if you consider acting in a movie.

I’m open-minded to the opportunity to do it.

 

But if it’s not natural once I do it then I won’t pursue it unless I grow a passion for it then I would take acting lessons and give it my all.

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List the name of artists you cherish most.

Some of my favorite artists are in many genres like Nasir, Heavy-D, Lecrae, Glo, Mary J. Blige, and Keith Sweat are some of my favorite.

 

In R&B also some of my favorite gospel artists are The Clark Sisters and J. Moss.

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Elaborate on the song.

“Haters On Deck” was inspired by everyday life experiences most people are not “woke” as they say because often times people hate what they don’t understand.

 

So when others hate you I feel like they are truly mad because they couldn’t do what you’ve done or they don’t know who they are and they need to love themselves more and if they did they wouldn’t envy you or try to put you at a disadvantage because they wouldn’t want to put themselves in the same position.

 

Because of all the hatred that I see it made me see things clearly and it also gave me a message for my haters through this particular song.

 

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Rachel Lynn – Didn’t I

Rachel Lynn – Didn’t I

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rachel Lynn – Didn’t I

Rachel Lynn – Didn’t I

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rachel Lynn – Didn’t I

 

 

ARTIST NAME: Rachel Lynn

 

 

SONG TITLE:  Didn’t I

 

 

RELEASE DATE: 3/1/2019

 

 

GENRE: Pop / Indie

 

 

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“Rachel Lynn is a New York-based vocalist who creates music with style and substance.”

– The Huffington Post

 

Coming from an abundantly musical family, Rachel Lynn had her sights set on singing from a young age.

 

The New York City based chanteuse is a classically-trainer vocalist whose original soulful pop music is entwined with her signature evocative lyrics.

 

Her sound resonates with the passion of a singer / songwriter raised on 90’s pop and Motown masterpieces.

 

Having studied music at The University of Maryland, College Park; Lynn had performed throughout the DMV area, as well as at numerous NYC venues, including Mercury Lounge and Webster Hall.

 

She has also toured regionally throughout the east coast.

 

Rachel Lynn’s EP project, To Street & Transfer, boasts “a powerful voice, top-notch writing ability and now a full band,” (Arena.com).

 

The project has been praised by publications such as The Huffington Post, Pop Matters, and Baeble Music, stating: “There’s nothing apologetic about Rachel Lynn’s voice; with booming soul and charismatic charm, she conquers space fervently and without restraint,” (Baeble Music).

 

It spun on radio stations nationwide, garnering attention from numerous college audiences.

 

Lynn was named one of New Music Seminar’s Top 100 Artists on the Verge and was selected to officially showcase at CMJ and NACA Mid-Atlantic.

 

She has opened for acts such as AJR (Warner Bros), played several shows during SXSW 2017, and signed multiple sync licenses at the end of 2017 (Discovery, E!, Bravo, Netflix, TLC, Oxygen).

 

Rachel Lynn released a single titled “Seeing Red” in 2015 and is donating all proceeds to the animal rights organization Mercy For Animals.

 

Since its release, the single and lyric video have been mentioned by various publications and Internet personalities such as Global Vegans and Confront Magazine.

 

Lynn’s latest single, “Didn’t I” premiered on The Women’s International Music Network on February 28, 2019, and dropped March 1. It has been featured in Affinity Magazine, Talk Nerdy With Us, and more. “Didn’t I” is available everywhere now.

 

“Rachel Lynn, a powerhouse vocalist out of New York City, bolsters her take on pop with her classical training as a singer, something quite uncommon in the modern pop landscape.”

– PopMatters

 

 

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Lorena Robles + Marcela Ro – La Bruja

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Lorena Robles + Marcela Ro – La Bruja

Lorena Robles + Marcela Ro – La Bruja

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME:  Lorena Robles + Marcela Ro

SONG TITLE:  La Bruja

 

ALBUM TITLE: Lorena Robles

 

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Lorena Robles and Marcela Ro are native born sisters living and working in Mexico.

 

The album contains eight songs, half sung in English and half in Spanish.

 

Six of these songs are originals and two are covers, one of these covers being La Bruja.

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Tell us your names, country of birth and childhood experience.

A native of Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, she trained in Classical Guitar and Operatic singing in the ’80’s at the House of Culture of the State of Sonora followed by Singing and Classical guitar studies at the Autonomous University of Nuevo León.

 

She is highly accomplished in acoustical guitar playing in the styles of Trova, Ballad, Bolero and Ranchera.

 

She has performed extensively throughout Mexico City & Sonora and especially in San Carlos as well as a stints at French Restaurant “Coup des Tartes” in Phoenix, Arizona.

 

A highlight of Lorena’s career was performances in the main theater of The Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City along with her sister Marcela Ro at such events as The Duoma Loma and with the Ballet of Amalia Hernandez and Tehua in 1998.

 

Lorena is on the StarburstRecords label.  Lorena’s music video La Bruja has been viewed over 53,000 times on Facebook.

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Tell us your genre and idea behind your music video or song.

La Bruja is an ancient Mexican folk song (over 200 years old) that has been sung for centuries throughout Mexico as well as in other countries.  The lyrics (in both Spanish and English) tell the folklore story of a witch.

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Tell us how to run a record label based on your experience as an artist.

Lorena Robles has released four albums on the Starburst Records label which have all been distributed worldwide digitally to virtually all digital media platforms on the planet.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

Lorena performs extensively throughout Mexico and most especially in San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico during the winter season where a significant volume of American and Canadian vacationers and ex-pats are big fans at her live shows which often are 3 – 5 nights per week.

 

She also performs during the summer months in Arizona and California.  Her performances are promoted on social media.

 

Lorena has also been live streaming free performances weekly to her fan base on her Facebook page for years with a strong following.

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Explain the story behind the song. 

The story and video by MexicoNews does an excellent job explaining the meaning and history of this Mexican song of folklore called La Bruja:

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State the names of other members of your band, music producer, crew or music video director.

 

Video Credits:

 

Artist:  Lorena Robles featuring Marcela Ro

 

Title:  La Bruja

 

Release Date:  April 4, 2017

 

Record Label:  Starburst Records

 

Composer:  Public Domain

 

Published by:  Starburst Records

 

Performer:  Lorena Robles & Marcela Ro (sisters)

 

Video Producer:  Abraham Castro Bazua

 

Music Producer, Recording, Mixing, Mastering:

Martin Young and Leslie Sahlen

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

Lorena Robles has been wowing her loyal audiences for years singing in seven languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese, Italian, French, Latin and even Japanese!

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Tell us your position on “Do It Yourself” and signing to a major label.

Lorena has always been very much a “hands on” performing musician and vocalists.

 

In three of the four albums she has released through Starburst Records, she did her own recording, mixing and mastering.

 

Her CDs sold well at live concerts in Mexico, Arizona and California.

 

Lorena relishes her status as a strong independent woman, artist, and performer.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Lorena performs as Lorena Robles but her full name is Norma Lorena Robles Arredondo.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

La Bruja (Spanish) which means The Witch in English.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

The title of the album is Lorena Robles and this was chosen because it is the first worldwide release of Lorena Robles, released on digital media stores worldwide on Starburst Records.

 

 

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