Onism E - Love You More

Onism E – Love You More

 

Onism E - Love You More

Onism E – Love You More

 

ARTIST NAME: Onism E

 

SONG TITLE: Love You More

 

RELEASE DATE: 8/29/2019

 

GENRE: Indie Rock/Rock

 

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Onism E is New York City’s newest indie rock band. From singer/songwriter Eline Chavez, this new project comes after an extended hiatus from the tour scene to further craft and develop her production skills.

 

After a few years of embedding herself in the production side of the music scene, she is finally back and ready to tell the story of those years out of the public eye.

 

Known for being a workhorse in the indie music scene, Eline continues to develop her unique and ever-evolving style with Onism E. Rooted in rock music; this is a combination of her alt-rock style and newfound love of moody and often dark melodies.

 

This straightforward rock project is headed by the always-evolving Eline Chavez. A rocker strapped with a guitar, she plans on taking Onism E to new heights with the release of “Love You More” on August 29, 2019.

 

Similar to the alternative wave that ushered in the likes of Liz Phair during the early ’90s, Onism E presents a wonderful blend of that and modern rock that results in a stellar rock track that could fare well on a playlist nestled in between Sharon Van Etten and 1975.

 

“Love You More” is just the latest from Onism E. Working on all new singles throughout 2019, Onism E has already dropped three (“Stay,” “Let You Go,” and “Fairytales”) with “Love You More” being the fourth on August 29. Along with the single comes a new video as well.

 

On top of new music, fans can also get to know Onism E a little better with a new series inspired by questions that kept coming in via Instagram. Fans can be on the lookout for the Onism E “Ask Me Anything” series to start in early September.

 

New York City-based rocker Onism E combines grit and soul on new single and video for “Love You More.”

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Tell us what your fans are saying about your music.

Well, I have gotten everything from “it made me cry but thank you” to “it’s the kind of song that pulls you in and you have to hear it loudly because you hear something new every single time.” It’s all been really positive.

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Tell us the factors you consider in choosing a song as your favourite.

It has to make me feel something or take me back somewhere; good or bad, it has to leave a mark.

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Tell us the names of producers you will collaborate with if you have the chance.

That’s easy! I would love to get a chance to work with Linda Perry and Rick Rubin.

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Tell us the names of the songwriters you will collaborate with if you have the chance.

Sharon Van Etten, Jade Bird, Bishop Briggs, Dave Grohl, LP, Sia, Chrissie Hynde and we are total opposites but we are both Cali kids so I would love to work with Sara Bareilles. I’d love to see what kind of music would come of sitting in a studio with her for a couple of days.

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Tell us your favourite TV show and state your reason.

Right now, I love Million Dollar listing. I love NYC and I love seeing the city that way. I’m a huge foodie and they are always eating on the show so I take notes. Ha.

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Tell us your best mood to create a song.

It’s not so much a mood as it is a reason. I tend to write about people and events so I write when something really hits me for a good or bad reason.

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Tell us your interpretation of fame or success.

Well, success is more important to me than fame. Success is having the ability to play, record while making a good living doing it. Success is having that solid following that will download the music and go to the shows.

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Tell us the names of artists you will collaborate with if you have the chance.

Sharon Van Etten, Jade Bird, Bishop Briggs, Dave Grohl, LP, Sia, Chrissie Hynde, and Sara Bareilles.

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Tell us about your experience performing on stage for the first time or recording in the studio for the first time.

One of my first shows with a band was at a place called Ruta Maya Coffee House in Austin, Texas. It was located on 4th street at the time and I was primarily an acoustic guitar player at the time.

 

I was still really shy back then but determined to get out there and play.  I remember that I didn’t look up much while I played.

 

 

I just remember that when we started, there were a handful of people there and a couple of friends. Then about two songs into a 5-songs set, my drummer said, “Hey, look up.” That’s when I knew that I was right and that I needed to keep playing and writing.

 

I looked up and found that it was standing room only and people were standing outside looking and listening to us. It was pretty crazy.

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Tell us how you approach songwriting.

I typically write from a very personal place. I try to be honest. I find that in being somewhat “exposed” people relate. Hurt, joy, and sorrow…They are all universal so as long as I stay real in my writing, I’m good.

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Tell us your opinion on blending genres or experimenting with sound.

I think any time you open yourself to different genres; you are more likely to find that little something that sets you or a song apart.

 

I have come to love loops for instance and you can hear some of it in the song “Stay” that came out earlier this year. They are all forms of expression and have merit so bring it on! What I will say though, is that regardless of what genre you are playing…If you can’t strip it back to an acoustic set, you probably won’t find me playing it…

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Tell us how you deal with rejection.

It’s life. It’s part of the music industry. You just have to keep going. There will always be people who don’t like what you do but you can’t make everyone happy so keep on keeping on.

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Elaborate on what compels you to sing.

I hope that I am able to do what songwriters I listen to, do for me. If I can make just one person feel less lonely or scared, then I did a good thing. Music is powerful that way.

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Tell us the comparison between digital recording and analog recording.

I have done both and what I will say is there are benefits to both and I have blended the two but ultimately, it’s what you do with those tracks that matters. You could have the best tracks with the best groove and ruin them in the mix.

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Tell us how you record your vocals.

Well, I am super picky. Ha. Typically, I run through the entire song and try to get it all in one take. That’s my preferred method; 20-25 takes for a song was really commonplace when I first started working by myself. It has to be from the heart otherwise you can tell.

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Tell us the software you used mostly for recording.

Pro Tools and Logic – I will draft a song on Logic and if two days later I still like it, I’ll go back and really spend some time on it with my Pro Tools rig.

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Discuss the selling of CDs and selling of digital files through digital stores.

CDs are good for signing so I try to always have something on hand to sell at shows.

 

 

The greatness of digital is that it makes music accessible to everyone. For indie artists, that’s great because a person in Arizona can instantly tell their friend in Toronto that they just heard the coolest band. It’s good and bad. Good because they know you now, bad because streaming isn’t as profitable as CD sales. Ultimately all plays are good plays regardless of how.

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Elaborate on the song.

It’s about a friend I lost not long ago. I started writing it when he was still alive. I wanted him to have it available on the bad days. Bad days I knew occurred more often than good ones because of who he was to others.

 

To me, he was smart, funny, talented, and just a beautiful soul but the entire world seem to see was that he was transgender. His family disowned him so when I found out that he had taken his life, I wasn’t surprised. I wish I could say I was but I wasn’t. He tried to hide his pain but I could see it in his eyes. In the end, the ugly of the world took his beautiful smile and the joy he brought to so many including me. I miss him every day.

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Elaborate on your artist name and the title of the album.

Onism is the frustration of being stuck in one place knowing that you could be anywhere else. That’s me in a nutshell. I love to travel and I wish I could be everywhere for some days.

 

Love You More is the title of the song and it’s one of two songs that I recorded with a full band in Texas.

 

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Munky – Megaton

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Artist Name: Munky

 

Song Title: Megaton

 

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Munky – Megaton

 

For Release September 27th, 2019

 

Munky are four Irish musicians who find labels difficult. Their music flows from trashy funk to psych-punk.

 

Following quick on the heels of their debut EP, released in April, which saw them tour Europe with the Meat Puppets, Dublin Disco-punks Munky have comeback with a new single entitled “Megaton” – An eerie epic with an irresistible groove.

 

The track, produced by Dan Doherty (Fontaines D.C, Somebody’s Child) features hypnotic drums and bass combined with fretboard-warping guitars and a harrowing story of murder, mystery set in near future where the landscape has been ravishing by our impending ecological collapse.

 

“Carcasses are piling up, you already know, is this enough to prove? How much you need?”

 

The band have this to say about the track:

 

“We really embraced the studio on this track. After our first release this year we were excited to get back in and further carve out our sound to tape. This track was built off the drum and bass groove.

 

We threw any semblance of music theory out the window and just wrote what felt write. The lyrics came from the music, I was singing a lot of non-sequiturs when we’d jam, and certain themes emerged.

 

Sam says it sounds like earth but not earth. Like we teleported into the future and found the remnants of a world that looks like earth but dead.

 

Conor started throwing down some wild ‘far out maaaaaan’ sounds from his guitar which perfectly fit the mood. Don’t ask us how he made the airplane sounds at the end of the track.

 

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Professor Green + Alice Chater - Got It All

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Professor Green + Alice Chater - Got It All

Professor Green + Alice Chater – Got It All

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name:  Professor Green + Alice Chater

 

Song Title: Got It All

 

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Professor Green teams up with Alice Chater to unveil an amazing music video for the song entitled ‘Got It All.’

 

Got It All features rap verses from Professor Green with powerful hooks from Alice Chater.

The hooks are tuneful while Alice Chater bewitches with her compelling vocals.

 

Professor Green takes the song to another level with an extraordinary lyrical flow.

 

‘Got It All’ is a great song that is appealing.

 

The video features the two artists sitting together on a sofa at the start of the song while the beat is playing both artists are exchanging words.

 

The beat is driving and inspiring.

 

Alice drops the first tuneful hook while Professor Green seconds with a striking rap verse while the trend flows into the following hooks and verses.

 

The video is rich in visible pictures and eye-catching backgrounds.

We look forward to more great songs from these brilliant artists.

 

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Professor Green is neither, but he is an MC – born Stephen Paul Manderson – who hails from Hackney, London, England.

 

The irreverent storyteller got his start when he competed in a freestyle battle at a Camden bar. He not only emerged victorious, but went on to win several other competitions and was witnessed by Mike Skinner (also known as the Streets) at Brixton’s B-Boy Championships. Skinner subsequently provided a production to Green, who turned it into “Stereotypical Man” and included it on the 2006 mixtape Lecture #1. Skinner also signed the MC to The Beats, though nothing more than a promotional EP materialized prior to the label’s 2007 demise.

 

After self-releasing an EP in 2008, Green was attacked at a London club, stabbed in the neck, and nearly died, but the event did nothing to slow him down.

 

Virgin signed him, and his first two singles with the label, 2010’s “I Need You Tonight” (which sampled the INXS song of the same title) and “Just Be Good to Green” (which featured Lily Allen and made use of the S.O.S. Band’s “Just Be Good to Me” and Beats International’s “Dub Be Good to Me”) reached the Top Ten of the U.K. singles chart. Alive Till I’m Dead, Green’s first proper album, featured both songs and was released on July 2010. A year later his “Read All About It” single appeared along with his sophomore album, At Your Inconvenience.

 

In 2013 he released the single “Are You Getting Enough?” and announced that his album Growing Up in Public would arrive in 2014.

~ Andy Kellman, Rovi

 

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Arlissa – Running

Arlissa – Running

 

Arlissa – Running

Arlissa – Running

 

Artist Name:  Arlissa

 

Song Title: Running

 

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Arlissa releases a stunning music video for the symphonic song entitled Running.

 

Arlissa impresses with her compelling vocals.

 

Running is a mix of a female vocal with diverse instrumentation.

 

It has a catchy vocal melody while the instrumentation is spinning and cheering.

 

Running is a well-composed song that is inviting.

 

The colour-grading of the video is excellent.

 

High-class production of the video is glaring.

 

Good lighting upgrades the quality of the video.

 

The storyline is straightforward while the simple video narrative.

 

Switching of plots goes well as Arlissa sings from the heart.

 

Arlissa is a talented singer that will never let down her fans.

 

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Born in Germany and raised in south London, viral sensation Arlissa is inspired by Prince and likened to vocalists from Florence Welch to Whitney Houston, Arlissa’s powerhouse voice won fans early on; an appearance on the BBC Sound Of 2013 poll alongside Laura Mvula, Haim, AlunaGeorge, The Weeknd and Chvrches seemed likely to make her an overnight star.

 

But Arlissa did the unexpected and didn’t rush into stardom.

 

After collaborating with the iconic rapper Nas on ‘Hard To Love Somebody’ and writing ‘Spring Day’ for BTS, the song that helped the K-Pop group break into the US charts, Arlissa was ready to rebuild on her own terms.

 

Wanting longtime fans to be able to engage with her new music, Arlissa posted an acoustic version of her heartfelt song ‘Hearts Ain’t Gonna Lie’ to Facebook. Melodically rich, lyrically direct, vocally mighty – Arlissa strikes a chord in the purest form, and to date, it has racked up an astounding 45 million views on Facebook alone, along with a further three million streams on Spotify and four million views on YouTube.

 

2018 has seen Arlissa release a Jonas Blue remix of ‘Hearts Ain’t Gonna Lie’ and now ‘We Won’t Move’, taken from the original motion picture soundtrack The Hate U Give.

 

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Maestracci – Bisaïeul

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Artist Name:  Maestracci

 

Song Title: Bisaïeul

 

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Maestracci drops an amazing song entitled Bisaïeul taken from the Restless Illusions EP.

 

Bisaïeul is a mix of a female vocal, male vocal and chilly instrumentation.

 

The vocal melody is tuneful while the vocals are compelling.

 

Harmony exists between the vocals and the instrumentation.

 

Bisaïeul is about the memories of the holidays of one’s childhood.

 

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Jana - Gift

Jana – Gift

 

Jana - Gift

Jana – Gift

 

ARTIST NAME: Jana

 

SONG TITLE: Gift

 

ALBUM TITLE: Lanterns

 

RELEASE DATE: 6th September 2019

 

GENRE: Folk-Rock, Alternative, Singer-Songwriter

 

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Jana is a classically trained musician, a multi-instrumentalist with a wide spectrum of genres.

 

 

In her native Slovakia, she was a member of ‘Persona Grata’ – a prog-rock band that was invited to perform at ‘Progressive Nation at Sea 2014’ in Miami, organized by Mike Portnoy (Dream Theatre).

 

In the same year, she moved to London and started writing her own songs.

 

Inspired by the music of Sting, 70’s folk-rock greats, country and classical – she developed her very own writing and singing style.

 

Jana assembled a band of accomplished genre-crossing musicians with a background in jazz.

 

They regularly perform at London’s leading venues that include The Bedford, PizzaExpress Live, Ritzy Cinema and The Hospital Club (opening for GypsyFingers).

 

Jana draws inspiration from personal events in her life and poetry.

 

She is currently in a studio recording her debut album.

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Tell us your opinion on creativity and originality.

It’s important to be creative and to stay creative. If you manage to be original, that’s great, but having it as a goal can sometimes put a strain on the creative process.

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Tell us the beginning of your passion for music.

I come from a musical family and my dad was playing and showing me music from a very early age. It was clear to me what I was going to do in life.

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Elaborate on how you make sure the quality of your sound is high.

Well, I make sure the recording studio is of a high standard and of course, the musicians I play with are of a great level. Every step of the chain, recording, mixing, mastering has to be done with maximum quality – That’s why making records is expensive.

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Tell us how you get ideas to develop your songs.

Sometimes it starts with a melody or a riff on a guitar. Sometimes I’ve got a line of words or a phrase that I’ve heard or read or just came to me.

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Discuss your music background.

I come from a musical family; I studied classical piano and flute. I was in various ensembles and groups, as a session vocalist, flute player, pianist…I was always singing but the songwriting is fairly new, that started about five years ago when I moved to London.

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Discuss your music process.

If you mean composing – it starts with a bit of melody, a couple of words or a chord progression on guitar/piano. Then I think about where the music wants to go, what is the mood of it. Then, words start coming and it slowly develops into thought, it’s like a puzzle. You sort of have a picture, you know roughly what you’re trying to say but you have to find the missing pieces.

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State five hit songs and name the artists.

Lonely Teardrops – Jackie Wilson

 

A Natural Woman – Aretha Franklin

 

Sweet Baby James – James Taylor

 

Forget – Lianne La Havas

 

Pure Comedy – Father John Misty

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Tell us how you entertain the audience during a live performance.

I don’t entertain. It’s about words and music; I don’t have dancers or flashy costumes.

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List the name of artists that have a similar sound to yours.

I really respect the tradition of 70’s singer-songwriters, but I believe I have my contemporary spin on it. My voice has been compared to Karen Carpenter and Aimee Mann but I don’t think my music is similar to theirs.

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Discuss how you think your music is impacting your fans.

People tend to compliment my voice and they enjoy my songs that sometimes don’t follow the expected route.

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Tell us what inspires you to sing.

Other singers when I was a child. Just being mesmerized by how much you can express by singing. How much pain, love, compassion, urge and happiness you can put into your voice…Lyrics wise there are so many topics that are relevant today, I don’t think I’ll ever stop singing.

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Discuss this song.

‘Gift’ is inspired by a Greek myth of Prometheus – bringing fire to the people. I used that as a metaphor for bringing ‘knowledge’, ‘wisdom’ or ’special light’ – basically something that should be reserved for the elite (the gods) to the people.

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Discuss how you develop your melody.

What feels good for my voice and complements the lyrics in the right way will end up being the final melody for the song.

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Music Republic Magazine

 

Beehive Candy

 

Music Musings and Such

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Tell us how you master your songs after production. 

Songs are mastered as part of the production. I’ve got a mastering engineer that does it. The studio is called TruPeak Audio.

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Discuss how you get your songs to digital stores.

I use DistroKid, it’s a very good and affordable platform to help independent musicians get their music out.

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Discuss how to generate income through music. 

That is a big topic nowadays as the traditional recording deal isn’t really working for the artist.

 

There are several DIY ways to do it. There’s crowdfunding. The best seems to be to set up a mailing list and build up an audience that follows you and keep at it.

 

Basically; be your own manager/promoter/booking agent. Which is time-consuming and stressful and doesn’t leave much time for the actual music part…I’m still figuring what’s best for me.

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Tell us your piece of advice to a new artist.

Make music you love, experiment and don’t try to shape it in a way you think it’s expected or ‘marketable.’ Be honest with yourself and don’t get into music because of fame or money. None of those can be easily achieved nowadays, so you have to be in it for the passion of music. Study the greats.

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Go into details on this song. 

GIFT is inspired by the myth of Prometheus and David Lynch’s Twin Peaks series. The intro features a ‘marching’ beat to create a sense of urgency, maybe danger; something daring…Rhodes gives it a bit of light and mystery. Chorus is dreamy, melodic, very pop kind of melody and chords. It’s a tune to get lost in.

 

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DEX EXPERIENCE - Don't Underestimate Me

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DEX EXPERIENCE - Don't Underestimate Me

DEX EXPERIENCE – Don’t Underestimate Me

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name: DEX EXPERIENCE + Dawn Tallman

 

Song Title: Don’t Underestimate Me

 

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Singer/Songwriter Dex Experience unleashes a powerfully bold, new soulful pop ballad, “Don’t Underestimate Me.”

 

The song tells the story of the life and struggles of a man who feels imprisoned by the norms that society has placed on him.

 

“You may think I’m crazy, or just a fool to you/ Baby you don’t know me, I’ve got news for you/ No matter what they make, they won’t get in my way/ Neither judge or jury, will silence what I say” sings Dex as he solidifies the belief in his own self-worth over a flowing and triumphant instrumental.

 

“Don’t Underestimate Me,” tells the story of an outcast imprisoned by society’s belief system who, finding courage in his own perfection, manages to break free and fulfill his destiny inspiring other humans to follow the light and free themselves from bondage.

 

Among the outcasts are transgenders, homosexuals, the handicapped, the obese, and people of colour – all considered misfits, all outside the accepted “norms” of society.

 

Dex’s powerful message, augmented by a supernal angelic presence portrayed by Dawn Tallman, awakens them from their lethargy and transforms despair into hope and perfection.

 

The Quantum Digital Music-released music video further drives home the point the New York native aims to make of embracing your own imperfections by showing groups of oppressed people, mainly the disabled, obese and members of the LGBTQIA+ communities locked up in cages.

 

With this groundbreaking song, Dex aims to inspire and empower humans like himself to never give up dreaming and to live life as it was intended to be lived, freely and fearlessly.

 

Dex adds, “I’m not looking to change the entire world just yet, but if I can be a positive and encouraging influence and bring hope to just a few folks then I feel like I’m fulfilling my purpose.

 

Dex Experience is a newcomer on the pop music scene who surprised the music industry with his first hit single, “Internash”, debuting on Billboard Music’s Top-50 Dance Club singles chart late last year.

 

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Tate McRae - tear myself apart

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Tate McRae – tear myself apart

 

 

 

 

 

Artist Name: Tate McRae

 

Song Title: tear myself apart

 

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Sixteen-year-old Canadian singer Tate McRae drops a marvelous music video for the song entitled ‘tear myself apart.’

 

Tate is a gifted singer and a dancer.

 

The video of ‘tear myself apart’ features Tate performing some dance moves that will thrill the audience while singing at the same time.

 

Her symphonic voice complements the melody of the song.

 

The vocal melody of the song is extraordinary and her performance is dramatic.

 

Good lighting and beautiful backgrounds boost to the value of the video.

 

We look forward to more hit songs from this young and gifted vocalist.

 

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Camila Cabello – Shameless

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Camila Cabello – Shameless

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Artist Name:  Camila Cabello

 

Song Title: Shameless

 

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Two-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated multi-platinum and chart-topping singer/songwriter Camila Cabello shares two new singles entitled “Shameless” and “Liar.”

 

Making for a momentous return by the songstress, the new songs start the era of her mega-anticipated second album, Romance.

 

It represents her most personal music to date, drawing directly from autobiographical experiences and translating them into unforgettable songs.

 

“These songs are basically the story of my life the past couple years and the stories I’ve accumulated – I knew for a long time I wanted my album to be called Romance because these stories are about falling in love.” – Camila Cabello

 

After changing her online platforms following a powerhouse turn at the MTV VMAs, Camila invited listeners into this world through a series of intensely personal social media posts.

 

She unveiled the title in this video, unlocking her heart quite literally.

 

In the follow-up clip, she went even deeper. Next up, she dropped a clip with the song titles, another with the artwork, and finally a teaser for the “Shameless” music video. Thus far, these teasers generated over 31 million total views and 36 million likes.

 

The songs similarly mirror this evolution. The emotionally charged “Shameless” showcases a seismic vocal performance from the superstar, stretching from intimate verses into an overpowering refrain over a hypnotic guitar, thick bass line, and propulsive percussion.

 

On the other end of the spectrum, swaggering horns kick off the boisterous and bold “Liar” as it channels Latin vibes underneath the irresistible hook, “Oh no, there you go, making me a liar, I kinda like it though.”

 

To accompany “Shameless,” she revealed a sexy and stunning music video directed by Henry Scholfield [Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa & Rosalia].

 

Next up, she performs for Saturday Night Live for the very first time on October 12.

 

Plus, she received a total of three nominations in top categories at the People’s Choice Awards on November 10 broadcast on E!. These include “Female Artist of 2019,” “Song of 2019  – ‘Señorita’,” and “Music Video of 2019 – ‘Señorita’.”

 

Also, she was just revealed as Elle’s October Music Issue cover girl.

 

These new solo anthems land on the heels of a summer highlighted by stratospheric success.

 

Recently, Cabello smashed a series of records. She broke the record for “most monthly listeners for a female artist in Spotify history” with 61.2 million.

 

Meanwhile, her GRAMMY® Award-nominated multiplatinum Billboard Hot 100 #1 megahit “Havana” [featuring Young Thug] became “the world’s most streamed song of all-time by a female lead artist.”

 

Just last week, Cabello shut down the MTV VMAs with the debut performance of “Señorita” with Shawn Mendes. Not only did the song soar to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, but it also stands out as “the most-streamed song of the summer on Spotify,” “second fastest song in history to surpass 100 million streams on Spotify,” and “the biggest single-day debut for a male-female duet in Spotify history.” Additionally, it took home “Best Collaboration” and “Best Cinematography” at the VMAs and “Choice Summer Song” at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards.

 

At 22-years-old, Camila is the youngest person to earn two #1s on the Hot 100 since Justin Bieber in 2017 and the youngest woman since Rihanna in 2010. “Señorita” marks her fourth #1 at Pop Radio and her second Hot 100 #1.

 

Speaking to the artist’s international dominance, her full-length debut, Camila, soared to #1 on iTunes in 109 markets. It also went Top 5 in 113 markets and Top 10 in 115 markets. Not to mention, it ascended to #1 worldwide in Canada, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, Norway, and the Netherlands and to the Top 3 in the UK, Finland, Australia, Ireland, Belgium, and Switzerland.

 

To date, her cumulative audio streams exceed 8.8 billion and video views surpass 3.5 billion.

 

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About Camila Cabello

Multi Grammy nominated Cuban born singer/songwriter Camila Cabello (Epic Records / SYCO) released her debut solo album, CAMILA in January 2018 to rave reviews.

 

It debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart at the same time as her single “Havana” Reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making Camila the first solo artist in nearly 15 years to reach the #1 spot on the Hot 100, Billboard 200 and Artist 100 charts in the same week.

 

The RIAA platinum-certified album, CAMILA, launched its debut at #1 on 110 iTunes charts around the world, breaking the record for most #1 positions for a debut album in iTunes history. Camila also became the #1 artist on global Spotify.

 

At the end of 2018, Camila was nominated for two Grammy awards, “Best Pop Vocal Album” for her album, CAMILA, and “Best Pop Solo Performance” for “Havana” (Live).

 

She took home awards for Artist of the Year and Video of the Year for her hit “Havana” at the 2018 Video Music Awards.

 

Beginning her official solo career after four years in Fifth Harmony, Camila released her RIAA 9x platinum smash hit “Havana,” in August 2017 where it obtained the #1 spot on the pop radio chart, marking her second top 40 #1 as a solo artist.

 

Furthermore, “Havana” hit #1 on iTunes overall top songs chart, #2 on the Spotify Global chart and hit #1 in 80 countries around the world.

 

“Havana” is the first song by a female artist to reach No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary, Pop Songs and Rhythmic Songs charts in 22 years, it has earned over 1.1 billion on-demand U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music, and attained the longest run at No. 1 on Pop Songs for any song by a female artist since 2013.

 

Havana became the most-streamed song of all time by a female artist and was the number one song of 2018 globally.

 

Her triple-platinum single “Never Be The Same,” was released on January 2018 and peaked in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

 

Camila became the first artist in history to have two multi-format number one singles as the first two singles from their debut album.

 

Camila had previously earned a chart-topping smash with her double platinum-certified hit “Bad Things” with MGK. The track generated over 400 million on-demand streams. As a result of its success, she became the fifth female artist to hit #1 on the Pop Songs chart with and without a group.

 

Most recently, Camila released the global smash single “Señorita,” with Shawn Mendes, which debuted at #1 on iTunes worldwide and broke Spotify’s record for the biggest debut from a male/female duet in its history.

 

“Señorita” marks Camila’s second #1 at Hot 100 and fourth #1 at Pop Radio.

 

Camila is currently the most listened to female artist in the world on Spotify and broke the record for the most monthly listeners for a female artist in Spotify history.

 

She is the first female artist since Adele to triple up atop Billboard’s Hot 100, Billboard 200 & Artist 100 charts.

 

In November 2018, Camila was named the new ambassador for Save the Children.

 

She is set to make her acting debut starring in Sony Pictures’ CINDERELLA, to be released February 5th, 2021. The film will be directed by Kay Cannon and produced by James Corden and Leo Pearlman.

 

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Adam Lambert – Superpower

 

Adam Lambert - Superpower

Adam Lambert – Superpower

 

Artist Name:  Adam Lambert

 

Song Title:  Superpower

 

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International superstar Adam Lambert has released new single ‘Superpower,’ the opening track from his upcoming EP ‘VELVET: Side A’ (available September 27th, 2019).

 

Written by Adam Lambert, Ilsey Juber and Tommy English (produced by Tommy English), the track encompasses everything we might expect from the acclaimed artist – a message of personal redemption, funk-rock fuelled, with a big powerhouse vocal.

 

The accompanying video, directed by Millicent Hailes, is a visual celebration brimming with zest and colour.

 

Shot on the streets of Brooklyn, a playful Adam struts with friends, grooving between kaleidoscopic shots in a fun retro spectacle which compliments this colossal track from the star.

 

Adam recently finished a huge sold-out North American tour with Queen, who are set to headline Global Citizen Festival September 28th fresh from the release of Adam’s upcoming EP ‘VELVET: Side A’ September 27th.

 

The first side of the new record comes four years after the release of Adam Lambert’s last album ‘The Original High’, which reached the Top 3 in the US and Top 10 in the UK and took his overall worldwide sales to over 3 million units.

 

His previous album ‘Trespassing’ was the first album by an OUT artist to hit number 1 on the US Billboard chart.

 

Adam has been touring as the lead singer of Queen (Queen + Adam Lambert) since 2012, including two huge world arena tours which sold out in minutes and gained critical acclaim.

 

In between touring the world with Queen, Adam has been exploring the world of film and TV with a cameo in Oscar-winning film Bohemian Rhapsody as well as voicing character ‘Emperor Maximus’ in animated-live action hybrid movie ‘Playmobil: The Movie’.

 

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