Ella Eyre - Mama

Ella Eyre – Mama

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Ella Eyre - Mama

Ella Eyre – Mama

 

 

 

 

 

Ella Eyre + Banx & Ranx + Kiana Ledé – Mama

 

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Ella Eyre drops a spectacular video for the symphonic song entitled ‘Mama’ featuring Banx & Ranx and Kiana Ledé.

 

Colourful scenes enhance the video of ‘Mama’ while the lighting is magnificent.

 

The audience will be enticed by the eye-catching choreography while the production is top-notch.

 

Vocals are compelling while the instrumentation is driving.

 

‘Mama’ is a beautiful song to watch!

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By the age of 19, the powerfully voiced, BRIT School-educated Ella Eyre had already been featured on a U.K. number one single.

 

“Waiting All Night” combined an intense performance from Eyre with the inventive production skills of fellow Londoners Rudimental. Issued to coincide with the drum’n’bass act’s debut album Home – also an instant number one record – the success of both releases was reinforced by Eyre’s involvement in a spring 2013 Rudimental U.K. tour.

 

While “Waiting All Night” wasn’t her first appearance on record, it raised Eyre’s profile and also helped to vindicate Universal’s decision to sign her to their newly established Virgin EMI label. Those who were in anticipation of her debut solo material in the meantime sought out Other People’s Heartache, Pt. 2; a 2012 download-only mixtape by rising London alt-rock act Bastille that featured Eyre on two tracks: “No Angels” and “Free.”

 

Her own singles soon began to hit the charts, including 2013’s “Deeper” and a pair of Top 20 hits in 2014, “If I Go” and “Comeback.”

 

By the end of the year, Eyre had finished work on her debut full-length Feline, featuring an array of producers (Ilya, DJ Fresh, Sigma, Sigala). The album appeared in February 2015, peaking at number four in the British chart; soon after, the single “Together” became her third Top 20 hit in less than a year. A 2017 collaborative single with Sigala called “We Came Here for Love” arrived in early 2017, reaching number six on the U.K. charts. “Ego” later followed which featured Ty Dolla $ign.

 

Also in 2017, Eyre took part on the Artists for Grenfell charity recording of “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”

~ James Wilkinson

 

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Kiana Ledé + Offset - Bouncin

Kiana Ledé + Offset – Bouncin

Kiana Ledé + Offset - Bouncin

Kiana Ledé + Offset – Bouncin

 

Kiana Ledé + Offset – Bouncin

 

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Kiana Ledé – Born to a Mexican and Native American Self-raised mother, and an African American and Native American father, raised by the streets of Philly, the Arizona native spent her early years with little to no money throughout her early years, developing a sense of identity that fuels her art to this day.

 

Distracted at school, songs would play in her head as she spent countless hours honing her voice and learning guitar and piano.

 

She moved to Los Angeles by herself and fought hard to keep that career going.

Republic Records Co-Founder and Chief Executive Monte Lipman signed Kiana. Joining the roster, she released the 2018 debut EP, Selfless featuring her single “Ex.”

 

“I hope people feel the vulnerability and truth in my music and see it as something strong, I hope they find self-awareness and self-worth in my music.

 

I hope they hear my story and my struggles and find something to take away from it that makes them feel powerful. I want women to know that you can be vulnerable and strong—that you can be in control and not be taken advantage of.

 

Most importantly, I want everyone who hears my music to know that I am no victim. I am in control of my own destiny and path and I embrace all the flaws and mistakes I have made because they make up who I am.”

 

Offset

One-third of rap outfit Migos, Offset is a rapper whose speedy rhymes and love of interjections and clever wordplay made him a fan favourite as the trap trio ascended the hip-hop charts.

 

After breaking through with Migos, he branched off as a solo artist, collaborating with multiple artists and reaching chart highs with Tyga “Taste” and Kodak Black “Zeze” in 2018.

 

In early 2019, he issued his debut full-length, Father of 4.

Born Kiari Kendrell Cephus in Lawrenceville, Georgia, he formed a collective called Polo Club in 2009.

 

The following year, he formed Migos alongside Takeoff and his cousin Quavo.

 

The trio broke out of the underground when their track “Versace,” from the 2013 mixtape Young Rich N*ggas, became a widespread hit.

 

Offset released chart-topping studio albums with Migos, including 2017’s Culture and its follow-up, Culture II.

 

Without Warning, a collaboration with 21 Savage and Metro Boomin, appeared on Halloween of 2017 and hit the Top Five of the Billboard 200 album chart. The set featured his triple-platinum hit “Ric Flair Drip.”

Following a slew of guest appearances – including the multi-platinum Top Ten singles “Taste” with Tyga and “Zeze” with Kodak Black – Offset issued the single “Red Room,” which landed on his solo debut, Father of 4.

 

The album debuted at number four in the top 200 Billboard charts and spent another week in the Top Ten.

~ Rob Wacey & Neil Z. Yeung, Rovi

 

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