Oana - Duro

Oana – Duro

Oana – Duro

 

 

 

 

 

Oana - Duro

Oana – Duro

 

 

 

 

Oana – Duro

 

 

 

Oana moved to Spain when she was only 13 years old. In order to help her family, she started working from an early age, while finishing up high school and discovering her passion for music along the way.

 

Her first taste of “fame” came when she was 18, after being noticed by a casting agent and offered a model job in a music video. During a trip to Ecuador, her beauty drew the attention of a national television channel that signed her right away.

 

Her one of a kind looks conquered both Ecuador and Latin America, where she was a part of TV Shows such as “Combate”, “Atrevidos” and “Soy el Mejor VIP”, helping her amass a following of almost 1 million people.

 

Deciding to put her TV career on hold for her true passion – music – Oana moved back to Spain and reached out to the Grammy-nominated producer Costi. Their musical chemistry gave birth to her debut single “Duro’’.

 

Costi Ionita has worked aside artists such as Shaggy, Kat DeLuna, Mohombi, Bob Sinclar, Faydee and more. Recently, he released the song ‘’Rumba’’ with King Blak and Flama, that has been in YouTube Trending charts for a couple of days, with over 1 million views on Roton Music’s YouTube channel.

 

‘’Duro’’ is a mix of reggaeton and new age Latino that takes you away to summertime and dancing on the sunny beaches of Ecuador.

 

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Pistol Annies - Got My Name Changed Back

Pistol Annies – Got My Name Changed Back

Pistol Annies – Got My Name Changed Back

 

 

 

 

 

Pistol Annies - Got My Name Changed Back

Pistol Annies – Got My Name Changed Back

 

 

 

Pistol Annies – Got My Name Changed Back

 

The Pistol Annies never know when a new album’s coming. Friendship and a love of strong stuff (country music, men, good times) is the currency that bonds songwriter/artists Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley; the records happen when it’s time.

 

“The universe tells us when it’s time,” offers the dark-headed Presley.

 

The ashy blond Monroe picks up, “And we all just know. Then there’ll start to be a song, something starts to swirl that sort of proves it.”

 

Swirl it did when Lambert texted her friends a verse of what became “When I Was His Wife.” Presley was on tour with Brandy Clark, and sent a verse back ten minutes later. Monroe responded with another verse almost as quick.  “Miranda got ’em, did a work tape,” Presley laughs, “and we were out of the chute.”

 

Out of the chute and straight onto the open road. Interstate Gospel is the third album from the iconoclastic keepers of a traditional country flame. And it’s not just the music – though with a band of Matt Chamberlain on drums, Glenn Worf on bass, Frank Rische and Dan Dugmore on guitar, Fats Kaplan on steel, guitar and dobro and Chuck Leavell on piano they were going deep – but the fact that Gospel unflinching attacks the real life, worn at the seams realities country music used to be about speaks volumes to the truth the Annies are seeking.

 

Whether it’s the plucky post-divorce “Got My Name Changed Back,” the adrift in what we’re supposed to want “Best Years of My Life,” or the throw down church sign redemption of the title track, the Annies are indomitable. High spirited, unflinching, throwing down a gauntlet that epitomizes modern women in their best and worst moments, a lot has happened since 2011’s gold Hell on Heels and 2013’s Annie Up – and it’s all here.

 

“We make a record when we want to,” explains Lambert unapologetically. “We sing about what we want to. It’s not, ‘Well, what’d we do last time?’ It’s, ‘Hey, what’ve you been doing?’ Okay. Let’s write about it.’

 

“Even though we are all individuals, we all have the same basic message of telling the truth and being who we are.”  There are knowing nods all around. Beyond the time between albums, there’s been a lot of life and miles beneath the tires – and they know it.

 

“There’s just the daily ins and outs of stuff, but things have happened, too,” Lambert says. “Two weddings, a divorce, a baby and a baby on the way,” Presley continues.

 

“In five years,” Monroe concludes. “And it all gets reflected in the way we write. I think we’ve always been strong women, so now we’re in an even stronger state of mind from overcoming some of the hardest – and most joyous – things you can go through. And it’s all in there.”

 

All that, and more. From the truth in advertising slow country “Leavers Lullaby” to the gleaming heartbroke once heartbreaker “Cheyenne” through regretting the life not lived tug of “Milkman” straight into the canny camaraderie of “Stop Drop and Roll One,” these are real moments, real people, real emotions.

 

So real, it’s almost just scooped up off the floor. Monroe smiles as she recounts, “We’d just finished a song out at the farm, and Miranda said, ‘Girls, we’re on fire I think…,” and then she said, ‘So stop, drop and roll one!’ And then our friend Amy, said, ‘I hope we leave this honky tonk covered in men’ when we were all out for one of my birthdays. She’s single, and she really was ready to be covered in men!”

 

“It’s just a bunch of women getting wild, letting loose,” Presley says. “They might be married, single, at the end of the night they’re not sure.”

 

Monroe picks up, “On that same trip, Ang woke up and literally said, ‘Get this thing off me! Where the hell is my bra?’”  Lambert laughs, and marvels, “These are actual conversations. All we do it write a melody to them.”

 

It’s a little more complicated than that. For the women whose harmonic influences run the gauntlet from the Indigo Girls to the Louvin Brothers, Diamond Rio and Restless Heart to The Beach Boys, it is also the frisson of a great band playing live and trying to get the magic to happen in the moment.

 

“As a songwriter, knowing a comment became a song that became this record,” Lambert begins, “it’s a beautiful thing to see come together. From her saying, ‘Where’s my bra?’ to it turning into the recording of ‘Stop, Drop & Roll One,’ it came a long way. When we hire a band, we hire people who love music as much as we do, and who want to be a part of it. They know we’re songwriters, and these are our stories, so the music needs to follow that.”

 

 

“Once we settle in,” Monroe continues, “the players are really listening, and watching. We all move together, because there’s a sense we are all – the players and us – creating this. It’s very powerful when you hear the playback.”

 

 

It’s also powerful hearing the raw vulnerable sharing of a narrator facing the worst their child/sibling/partner’s opioid incarceration causes in “Commissary.” Beyond the inevitable self-defense of disengaging, it paints a rough picture of enabling in action.

 

“She’s heartbroken,” says Presley, “and just doesn’t have any options. She’s to the point this is too much to feel, or do anymore. She just can’t. So she’s got this hard, cold-shoulder attitude, but her heart is breaking in a million pieces.”

 

“Prison might as well be a death sentence,” Lambert agrees. “You have no access to them. You can’t fix them. You can’t hide what’s going on.  The only thing you can do is give them money, but that’s enabling the problem.”

 

“Really, you could apply this to any situation that is enabling. Teaching a boundary is so hard, and I think it’s cool that we have this song, because it gives people the sense of how you do it. We’re all in different kinds of situations, and to be able to think, ‘This person know how I feel…,’ it makes them stronger going through it.”

 

Equally penetrating is the Bobbie Gentry-level mystery of “5 Acres of Turnips.” Across a track that swelters, the Annies unfurl a Southern populist gothic portrait of a family farm – and the secrets it holds – with a second verse that tips its visuals to John Prine’s iconic “Angel From Montgomery.”

 

“We were writing that while this really hot organic gardener was working at Miranda’s farm,” Monroe remembers.

 

“Literally, writing about gardening while watching someone planting a garden,” Lambert echoes. “But obviously, there’s more. The Granddaddy’s shame is just the family’s secrets. In the South, you don’t talk about that kind of stuff, because it’s too scary. We’re vague in the song, because honestly, we’re vague about this stuff with each other, because everyone knows it’s almost too scary to start digging into it.”

 

Not that fear has ever stopped the Pistol Annies, who wrote the album INTERSTATE GOSPEL on the road as well as Miranda’s farm outside Nashville. “Coming together, you get these three different artists’ perspective in one, so it has some more punch,” Monroe offers, as Presley adds, “It’s like crutches: something so personal to me, I can stand between them, and sing it.”

 

Or as Lambert continues, “We’ve all gone through all of it. At some point. We understand.”  “And,” Presley finishes, “telling the truth is easier when we’re together.”

 

That truth can embrace the heartworn relationship trapped by appearances “Masterpiece,” or the funky, frisky “Sugar Daddy,” which all three admit evokes their Hell on Hells high spirits. Monroe recognizes the knowledge that comes with experience. “I think it’s fun to play with your sexuality, and your power. It doesn’t mean you should run over people and take their money, but you can also use what you’ve got to do whatever you want to do.”

 

“Yeah,” Presley agrees. “This is a girl who knows what she wants, and she knows how to get it. There’s power in that.”

 

For Lambert, who’s coming off her biggest touring year ever, and the Platinum success of the critically acclaimed Weight of these Wings,  Monroe, who’s spent time making Sparrow and having a baby, and Presley, who’s released Wrangled and is currently expecting, there’s also strength in understanding what drives you. For the three women in various phases of their creative and personal lives, INTERSTATE GOSPEL is shot through with the power of radial tire salvation and a certain kind of freedom.

 

“There’s a freedom when you’re on the road, when you’re driving and releasing,” Monroe explains. “You’re letting yourself be alone, and just driving – and I think this is actually a good record to drive to, because it’s about getting out there and clearing your thoughts. Just behind the wheel, it’s all out there. And it’s also a cool moment for all those church signs that have a way of popping up, and saying just what you need.”

“We have so many journeys between us, that we’ve been on,” Lambert agrees. “And we all travel for a living, so it’s literally the emotional journey and the travelling on the road. I feel like those little signs come from out of nowhere, always at the right moment. That’s why when Angaleena threw out the title, I knew exactly what it was before we even started writing. I could see it, and that’s everything.”

 

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INTERSTATE GOSPEL, the third album from Pistol Annies which is released today, once again showcases the stunning harmonies of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley.

 

Moving from celebratory anthems, classic country storytelling and vibey swagger, the Grammy-nominated trio are back and sounding Annie-er than ever.

 

Pistol Annies deliver a high-spirited take on life the way real people live it. Songwriters/vocalists, the Annie collective allows the women the freedom to explore the genre (roots music) beyond their individual careers celebrating friendship, the rough patches and girl power.

 

Earlier this week, Pistol Annies released the music video for the album’s first single ‘Got My Name Changed Back.’

 

About the PISTOL ANNIES:

Combining the talents of acclaimed country forces of Miranda Lambert (Lone Star Annie), Ashley Monroe (Hippie Annie) and Angaleena Presley (Holler Annie), Pistol Annies deliver a high-spirited take on life the way real people live it.

 

Having recorded with both the Chieftains and Jewel, their music has also been featured on The Hunger Games: Songs from District 12 and Beyond. They have released two albums, 2011’s Gold-certified HELL ON HEELS, which produced the Platinum single ‘Hell On Heels’ and 2013’s ANNIE UP.

 

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Londonbeat & Traumton - I’ve Been Thinking About You (Remake)

Londonbeat & Traumton – I’ve Been Thinking About You (Remake)

Londonbeat & Traumton – I’ve Been Thinking About You (Remake)

 

 

 

 

Londonbeat & Traumton - I’ve Been Thinking About You (Remake)

Londonbeat & Traumton – I’ve Been Thinking About You (Remake)

 

 

 

Londonbeat & Traumton – I’ve Been Thinking About You (Remake)

 

 

 

The German act Traumton started remixing and producing mainly in a club related House and Deep House style, before they put hands on 2 former international hits: With the remakes of Tina Charles’ world hit ‚I Love to Love‘ from 1976 and David Christies’ smash hit ‚Saddle Up‘ from 1982, they gained international success, achieved several top 10 positions in various charts and over 10 million streamings.

 

For their new single Traumton teamed up with the British group Londonbeat for a remake of their international hit ‚I’ve Been Thinking About You‘.

 

Londonbeat was founded in 1988 and had their international breakthrough with ‚I’ve Been Thinking About You in autumn 1990. Earlier the 3 founding members from the US Jimmy Helms, George Chandler and Jimmy Chambers had success independently of each other with different projects, such as frontman of the The Olympic Runners or background singers for Paul Young.

 

Finally signed to Dave Stewart’s (Eurythmics) Anxious Label, the single peaked at No.1 in 27 countries, including a #1 in the US Billboard Charts, and all over Europe. Beside‚ I’ve Been Thinking About You, Londonbeat also scored a couple of other hits as well and reached several high chart positions, including the US billboard #20 with singles like ‚You Bring on the Sun, A Better Love or Come Back.

 

For the new version, all vocals for ‚I’ve Been Thinking About You were new recorded at the Premises Studios in London. This year the two founding members Jimmy Helms and Jimmy Chambers separated from their long-time member Myles Kayne and engaged the new member Charles Pierre.

 

Londonbeat are still playing live all over the world every week, and also performed last year in some of the most important TV shows in Europe.

 

A remix package with different mixes including an acoustic version will also be released this year.

 

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Drunky Funk - Pinkhole

Drunky Funk – Pinkhole

Drunky Funk – Pinkhole

 

 

 

 

Drunky Funk - Pinkhole

Drunky Funk – Pinkhole

 

 

 

 

Drunky Funk – Pinkhole

 

 

 

Drunky Funk is a Swiss young band founded in Lugano in 2017, featuring a modern funk sound, strongly influenced by jazz, soul and hip hop elements. In 2018 Drunky Funk won the 25th edition of the contest “Palco ai Giovani”.

 

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Jay Miners - Something Alive

Jay Miners – Something Alive

Jay Miners – Something Alive

 

 

 

 

 

Jay Miners - Something Alive

Jay Miners – Something Alive

 

 

 

Artist Name: Jay Miners

 

Song Title: Something Alive

 

Genre: Folk

 

Release Date: 9/26/18

 

 

 

 

Jay Miners – Something Alive

 

 

 

 

Jay Miners is a singer, songwriter and composer with indie/folk/pop sounds. Born and raised in New York, she grew up playing classical piano and has written wide range of songs, including pop melodies and lyrics, instrumentals, and jazz pieces. She is influenced by her parents’ CD collection of the greats (Simon & Garfunkel, Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell) in her early introductions to music, and later inspired by folk/pop singer songwriters like Sara Bareilles, Vienna Teng, and Elizabeth & The Catapult.

 

 

In December 2016, she dropped her debut EP “This Is How You Fight,” which is a work of songs reflecting observations on fading friendships and her love/hate relationship with NYC. Her new single “These Songs Have New Meaning” was released on Feb 26, 2018.

 

 

Currently, Jay is working on new music and playing shows in the NYC area.

 

 

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Folk-pop singer/songwriter Jay Miners just released the first single off of her new upcoming EP. An uplifting tune with a lush string arrangement, an augmenting cinematic feel, and emotionally constructed lyrics, “Something Alive” reflects intense and universal hope, strength and aspiration.

 

 

Jay dropped her debut EP “This Is How You Fight” in 2016 and has since played shows at venues such as Rockwood Music Hall, Silvana, and The West End Lounge. Her new EP will be out in January 2019.

 

 

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

Born and raised in New York, and I grew up playing classical piano. I started writing songs when I was about fourteen, and really loved it as a way of expressing myself. Been doing it ever since!

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Tell us your academic qualification.

Never studied music in school, but I’m a classically trained pianist.

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Elaborate on your music career, band name, experience and skills.

I started writing songs when I was a kid, but really took music seriously after college. That’s when I played open mics, shows, and decided I wanted to send the songs that I write out there and not keep it to myself. My name actually comes from a nickname my friends used to call me in high school. It was a play off my real name “Jasmine.” I always thought cool artists had stage names when I was a kid, and I guess it kind of stuck with me. I’ll deem it as symbolic.

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

I think my music is a mix of genres, but have been labelling it folk/pop or chamber folk – sometimes country or jazz filters through. My song “Something Alive” is loosely based on a book I’m working on, which is inspired by my relationship with my background and my identity as an Asian American. It’s very much reflecting a journey of “finding yourself”, which can be sometimes hard when you have ties to both the American and the Asian parts of yourself. I wanted the music video to portray that story too. I was really honoured to have worked with Erik Lu from Descendant Films and this mega team at Maestro Filmworks – many of whom are Asian American filmmakers – as well as an Asian cast, to help tell this narrative.

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

I’d want a record label to be transparent, to understand an artist’s music and what she wants to say, and work with her together to grow and build a career in the industry.

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List your various works.

This Is How You Fight – EP (2016)

 

These Songs Have New Meaning – Single (2018)

 

Something Alive – Single (2018) EP due early next year 2019.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

Social media, reaching out to Spotify playlists, press people, radio stations – just sending my stuff as much as I can out there.

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

Jerry Jean produced my new EP (due 2019), music video director is the amazing Erik Lu of Descendant Films Crew/producers are from Maestro Filmworks headquartered in Philadelphia.

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Tell us other activities you are pursuing apart from music.

Baking has become a new favourite hobby! Other than that, I just spend time with my family when I get downtime.

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Tell us how long you have been in the music business, your experience and your future goal.

I’ve been pursuing music seriously for about two years. While I’ve always been writing songs, I started sharing them through an EP and on stage in 2016. Since then, I’ve been really going for every opportunity that comes my way, some that I’ve created myself and others I was lucky enough to come across. My goal for the next few years is to release this EP, connect with listeners and other artists, and hopefully play a tour.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

The kind of music I’m always aiming to make is one that connects with you, because that’s the stuff that I really like. Music with emotional lyrics and interesting melodies and is saying something poignant. I don’t know if I always achieve that, but that’s what I hope makes my songs unique.

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List your five favourite songs including the artists.

These are it for right now (but they change all the time):

No Gringo – Vienna Teng, Alex Wong

 

Crazy – Inara George

 

Magic – Treya Lam

 

Party of One – Brandi Carlile, Sam Smith

 

Underwater – Elizabeth and The Catapult

 

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Anna Wolf – Believer

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Anna Wolf - Believer

Anna Wolf – Believer

 

 

 

 

Anna Wolf – Believer

 

 

Anna Wolf creates alternative music with lyrics that are layered with a poignancy that she uses to hypnotize audiences on a journey of self-discovery that leave you with the feeling of being heard. Wolf’s debut single BELIEVER delves into her turbulent early life and how she refused to become the victim of her circumstance.

 

Anna Wolf created the track in a bathtub and sent the recording to a world-renowned producer who cleared his schedule and summoned her to his studio. Some of the noise she made in the tub, made it into Believer’s explosive final mix.

 

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“Now I leave my past behind.” – (Believer – Anna Wolf)

 

Believer is the debut single from South African chanteuse Anna Wolf.  Believer delves into Wolf’s own turbulent early life and her refusal to become the victim of her circumstance. She wrote Believer inspired by the need to break the silence over domestic violence.

 

Wolf was born in Pretoria, South Africa to a nurturing mother and a troubled father. Her childhood was often a nomadic existence with her father’s demons forcing the family to leave town at a moment’s notice.

 

“As a child I hid away a lot, either under beds or in trees. I escaped by using my hands and body to melt and hide into my own skin. I use to listen to music then. Music became my armour, my strength. Soon enough, I realized that it was safe for my skin to come out and breath.” – (Anna Wolf)

 

In 2018, Anna left South Africa and followed her heart to London, where one night she took her guitar to the bathtub and recorded herself performing a song on her cell-phone by stomping her feet against the tub.

 

She sent the demo to producer and remixer Pete Boxta Martin, (Missy Elliot, Jessie J, Sugababes) who offered her an artist development deal on the spot and summoned her to the iconic Matrix Recording Studios (Adele, Lana Del Rey).

 

That week they recorded the track ‘Believer’ and three others that will be released as part of her debut EP in the coming months. Some of the noise Wolf made in the bath even made it into Boxta Martin’s explosive final mix.

 

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Jack & Jack - No One Compares To You

Jack & Jack – No One Compares To You

Jack & Jack – No One Compares To You

 

 

 

 

 

Jack & Jack - No One Compares To You

Jack & Jack – No One Compares To You

 

 

 

 

Jack & Jack – No One Compares To You

 

 

 

Affectionately known as the Jacks, the young pop-rap duo Jack & Jack used video-sharing sites, music-sharing sites, and other bits of social media to launch their career in 2014. Friends since kindergarten, Jack Gilinsky and Jack Johnson gained a loyal following thanks to a series of short comedic videos they uploaded to the Web in 2013. Music came a year later, first with the laid-back track “Distance” and then with the party cut “Wild Life.” The latter climbed into the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 that summer, a summer that was also the duo’s first as high-school graduates. In 2015, they released their Calibraska EP, hit the road with Katelyn Jae and Dyllan Murray on the Pop Nation Tour, and appeared as featured artists on Murray’s single “Firecracker” single. They returned in 2017 with the Gone EP.

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Emilie Brandt - Grey

Emilie Brandt – Grey

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Emilie Brandt - Grey

Emilie Brandt – Grey

 

 

 

Emilie Brandt – Grey

 

Artist Name: Emilie Brandt

 

Song Title: Grey

 

Genre: Pop

 

Release Date: October 5th 2018

 

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Emilie Brandt – Grey

 

Having racked up tens of millions of plays since 2017 through original EDM collaborations, Brandt’s 2018 debut album ‘FREEFORM’, flows with sounds of electro-pop, alt-rock, indie and a bit of everything in-between. With tracks so diverse and her astoundingly unique voice, the album undoubtedly leaves audiences wanting more and proves she’s the artist the industry has been waiting for.

 

Brandt’s hit collaboration with DJ/Producer Illenium on ‘LOST’, featured on his 2017 ‘Awake’ album, has received millions of streams with the album reaching #1 on iTunes album charts and #3 on Billboard Dance.

 

Additional collaborations include DJ/ Producer MADDS and rapper Taylor Bennett (Chance The Rapper’s brother) on ‘WALLS’ hitting Australia’s Viral Top 50 Chart.

 

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Tell us what you are doing to increase your fan base.

Consistently working. Consistently creating. Consistently engaging with fans on a personal level.

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Tell us that point in time you wanted to give up on your music career.

Never.

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Elaborate on this song.

GREY was inspired by an ex of mine who said to me “Emilie, why do you always have to be so black and white about everything?” I remember thinking, “I never thought a grey area would be so desirable.” In my struggle with my mental health this past year, I have learned a lot about myself. One of the lines is, “my brain is a blessing, my brain is a curse,” which came from a moment of realizing that we choose the light we see ourselves in. We don’t get to choose what chemical imbalances we have to deal with throughout our lives, but we do get to choose how we…

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Go on at length on what it takes to write a hit song.

Don’t try to be anything you aren’t. Be true to yourself in your writing and lyrics.

 

 

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Pattie Lin - Pressure

Pattie Lin – Pressure

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Pattie Lin - Pressure

Pattie Lin – Pressure

 

 

 

 

Pattie Lin – Pressure

 

 

Pattie Lin is a singer-songwriter and physical therapist from Maryland, currently residing in Los Angeles, California. Her style defies tidy classification, layering smoky overtones of a voice from yesteryear on top of pop, rock, jazz and soul-driven tunes. Many of her songs are about her experiences in healthcare, as she seeks to spread truth and honesty through her music.

 

At age three, Pattie began banging on the piano, imagining the grandest of concertos until her parents gave in. Although she always dreamt of becoming a singer and found every opportunity to turn school projects into musical projects, she felt the need to pursue a more stable career for her family. Even so, Pattie continued to write and sing through college, always finding ways to interweave her talents and interests.

 

Pattie has been treating patients across the U.S. as a travel physical therapist for three years and counting. She enjoys connecting with her patients and helping them return to their lives, and they have been equally supportive, encouraging her to return to her first passion.

 

In January 2018, Pattie released her debut project, Cutoff Time – EP, and has been performing regularly in Los Angeles and San Diego. Shortly after, she directed and edited her first official music video, Pressure which has only increased her thirst to create, collaborate and grow as an artist.

 

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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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