Normani – Motivation

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Normani – Motivation

Normani – Motivation

 

Artist Name: Normani

 

Song Title: Motivation

 

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Normani drops a lively music video for the song entitled ‘Motivation.’

 

‘Motivation’ is a blend of the angelic vocal of Normani and a driving beat.

 

The song is tuneful while the vocal is compelling.

 

Normani enlivens the video with her dance moves.

 

She entices with her energetic performance.

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Today, multi-platinum selling and chart-topping recording artist Normani releases her new single, “Motivation.”

 

Normani’s sultry yet ethereal vocals soar as she sings, “lemme be your motivation to stay and get it tonight” on the upbeat single featuring driving bass and robust horns, inspired by the sounds of her New Orleans roots.

Normani worked with some of the biggest names in pop music today to create “Motivation,” including Ilya (Jennifer Lopez), Max Martin (The Weeknd), Savan Kotecha (Usher) and her former touring mate Ariana Grande, which Normani revealed earlier this month in an interview for Rolling Stone’s “Morning Sessions” series following her Lollapalooza performance in Chicago.

 

Normani shared the official video for “Motivation” directed by Dave Meyers (Janet Jackson, Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish) and Daniel Russell (Offset & Cardi B).

The video opens with a young Normani at her grandmother’s home in New Orleans watching BET’s “106 & Park” in 2008 and dreaming about what it would be like to one day be a performing artist like her idols.

Featured as MTV’s First Look this morning, the official video has already been played on MTVU and MTV Live.

The video has also been featured on BET Jams and BET Soul and will be played on the iconic Times Square Viacom billboards in New York City later today.

“Motivation” follows Normani’s two #1 smash hit collaborations “Love Lies” with Khalid and “Dancing with a Stranger” with Sam Smith.

 

Last year Normani also collaborated with an array of artists including Calvin Harris, 6lack, Kehlani, Jessie Reyez, Quavo and more.

 

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AWA + Ebenezer - F**kin' Love Songs

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AWA + Ebenezer - F**kin' Love Songs

AWA + Ebenezer – F**kin’ Love Songs

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name: AWA + Ebenezer

 

Song Title: F**kin’ Love Songs

 

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AWA teams up with Ebenezer on F**kin’ Love Songs with an amazing music video.

 

AWA impresses with her symphonic vocal seconded by Ebenezer with a tuneful rap verse.

 

The song is catchy while the lyrics are rich.

 

The performances of the two artists are noteworthy.

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AWA’s story is about resilience. It’s about determination. It’s about taking the experience of early success and alchemizing it into something everlasting. It’s also about raw talent.

 

Now aged 22, she releases her debut single ‘F**kin’ Love Songs’ produced by and featuring Ebenezer for Columbia Records.

 

‘F**kin’ Love Songs’ is a low-slung future break-up classic, all scratchy guitars and classic R&B melodies.

 

I AWA remembers. “it is about an ex situation that made me wanna channel the sadness and hurt into a song, to use that emotion in some useful way. Also, he’ll hopefully hear it on the radio and be reminded of me haha.”

 

Growing up in Stockholm, Awa Santesson-Sey, like all good future pop stars, loved to entertain. While it wasn’t a hugely musical family, there were definite examples of performing in her blood – her Swedish mother was a ballerina, while her Senegalese father would often take the family to music-filled parties. An early sign of that ingrained determination arrived early, at age 12. Deciding she wanted to study classical music, she applied for the prestigious Adolf Fredrik’s Music School not once, not twice, but three times.

 

The first time they said ‘no’, the second she was placed on a waiting and the third she got in! AWA then saw an advert on TV for the soon-to-start X Factor. She passed the first audition (singing You Can’t Hurry Love by The Supremes), then the next, dominated the live shows and eventually won the whole thing aged just 15!

 

“Fans were sleeping outside of my hotel room, it was crazy.”

 

A tour was followed by a single and a record contract, but something wasn’t right. The workload was oppressive, with bouts of exhaustion eventually followed by AWA taking a break from music and enrolling in college to study Economic Entrepreneurship.

 

In-between she started to use her platform in other ways, becoming an ‘influencer’ (“I hate that word,” she sighs) using the money she earned to fund writing trips to L.A. and London.

 

Having taken the mature decision not to rush her early success and instead wait until the time was right and she could be fully in charge, renewal is something AWA knows a lot about.

 

“I’ve always known this is my career for life so for me I didn’t want it to be a one-hit-wonder situation,” she says.

 

“I was comfortable in knowing that if you worked hard and believed in yourself you can achieve anything”

 

She eventually made the decision to leave Stockholm and move to London permanently and started throwing herself into more sessions with the likes of Ebenezer (Stefflon Don, Duke Dumont), Aston Rudi (Mahalia, Anaïs) and Show N Prove (Ann-Marie, Tinie Tempah).

 

“Something clicked and I got into rooms with people who just understood me,” Awa says.

 

One of the first sessions she did with Ebenezer resulted in s ‘F**kin’ Love Songs’, which together with three more tracks will make up AWA’s debut 5 track EP which will be released later this year on Columbia Records.

 

AWA’s resilience and determination have finally paid off. 2019 is just the beginning for this raw talent, whose powerful voice and sharp songwriting will surely make her one to watch this year.

 

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Sam Tompkins - You Broke My Heart So Gently

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Sam Tompkins - You Broke My Heart So Gently

Sam Tompkins – You Broke My Heart So Gently

 

Artist Name: Sam Tompkins

 

Song Title – You Broke My Heart So Gently

 

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Sam Tompkins drops a fascinating video for the song entitled ‘You Broke My Heart So Gently.’

 

Level of musicality is high and Sam in nothing but a gifted artist.

 

His delivery of words is excellent while the song is appealing.

 

Sam is a multi-genre artist with a unique style.

 

The audience will be impressed with his great performance.

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At only 21 years old singer/songwriter Sam Tompkins has performed alongside the likes of Krept and Konan, recorded with MNEK, gained attention from Bebe Rexha, Bastille and Passenger and had his original song ‘Chains’ feature in Noel Clarke’s smash hit ‘Brotherhood.’

 

Sam’s music is nostalgic of 90’s R&B with a 2019 fresh production.

He has a wide range of influences, from Ray Charles to Justin Timberlake, Usher, Ed Sheeran, and Drake.

 

He is a talented songwriter and has a unique ability to pen lyrics that touch people emotionally.

 

His vocal range is amazing, as Bebe Rexha herself said: “Sam’s voice is so incredible, he makes music you can make love to and he gives me goosebumps!”

 

Very much in tune with his fans, Sam is relentless and personable on his social platforms, always engaged in talking with his social media fan base (now well over the 100k mark collectively).

 

In Jan 2017 Sam went on to win MTV International’s ‘Cover of the Month’ campaign, for a unique cover version of Bebe Rexha’s ‘I Got You.’

 

With International support from MTV, Sam is being promoted across their network in over 150 territories worldwide, via Snapchat Discover, Facebook and on-air on MTV News.

 

This is all just the start of a very special journey for this exciting new artist so keep your eyes peeled and your ears open as we can assure you that you’ll be hearing a lot more from Sam this year!

 

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I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME - Social Climb

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I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME - Social Climb

I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME – Social Climb

 

Artist Name: I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME

 

Song Title: Social Climb

 

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Dallon Weekes’ I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME (iDKHOW) takes aim at the many toxic aspects of the Los Angeles entertainment business culture in its new music video, Social Climb.

 

The video takes an acerbic look at the beautiful people, the very well-to-do, the truly decadent, the purely bored, and the social climbers where everything is grand, so grand it’s a wonder anyone can stand it.

 

“Social Climb is about my experiences living in L.A. for almost a decade, orbiting this world of celebrity and money,” said Weekes.

 

“The parties that must be attended, the behaviours that must be adopted, and just not feeling part of that sphere. It’s what it feels like to be alone in a crowded room.”

 

Presented along the lines of a mandatory corporate retreat-style training video, Social Climb was directed by musician/writer/TV producer Christian Jacobs and shot in Salt Lake City at the McCune Mansion, an opulent estate built in 1900 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

 

 

Weekes, and iDKHOW touring drummer Ryan Seaman performed the song in various rooms of the manor amongst an oh-so-refined yet glitzy gathering of the living dead.

 

iDKHOW is the brainchild of Dallon Weekes, former long-time bassist for Panic! At The Disco and co-writer of that band’s Platinum album Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!.

 

With iDKHOW, Weekes creates a catchy concoction of art rock, space rock and alternative with magnetic pop vocals and some seriously dark, but witty lyrics, as evident in Social Climb. Having enlisted long-time friend drummer Ryan Seaman, the live show is deliriously audacious and thoroughly engaging.

 

iDKHOW just wrapped the Spring/Summer portion of its North American ‘Night Heat’ Tour and will hit Europe for a series of major outdoor festivals including Reading & Leeds, as well as a one-off headline show at London’s Electric Ballroom.

 

All dates are below:

AUGUST

9 94.7FM’s An Unforgettable August, McMenamins Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR

 

10 107.7FM’s The End Summer Camp, Marymoor Park, Redmond, WA

 

15 Openair Hampel, Gampel-bratsch, Switzerland

 

16 Frequency Festival, St. Aegidius, Austria

 

17 Lowlands Festival, Biddinghuizen, Netherlands

 

18 Pukkelpop, Hasselt, Belgium

 

20 Luxor, Cologne, Germany

 

22 Electric Ballroom, London, UK

 

23 Reading Festival, Reading, UK

 

24 Leeds Festival, Leeds, UK

 

SEPTEMBER

13 Riot Fest, Chicago, IL

 

The debut 1981 Extended Play is out now.

 

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Hellcutter – Data Consciousness

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Hellcutter – Data Consciousness

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Artist Name:  Hellcutter

 

Song Title: Data Consciousness

 

Release Date: 8/2/2019

 

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Hellcutter is a multi-instrumentalist, producer and DJ from Quebec, Canada, also a newcomer in the drum and bass music scene.

 

With already over twenty thousand fans on Facebook since his first release Light and Dark in mid-2018.

 

His music brings an obscure ambiance like The Prodigy with a touch of rapid electricity and loud bassline from the dark drum and bass genres like AKOV, Chase, and Status…

 

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