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Meet alxxa & Her Hot New Debut, ‘Body’

Her songs, “Hung Up” and “Nobody” made us pay attention, the debut EP, Body by the Los Angeles singer/songwriter alxxa will prove that the culture is witnessing the future of Pop music. Making the introductory debut has been a well-deserved accomplished moment in the up-and-coming recording artist career to-date. Body is a tasty appetizing 4-track body of work infused with great electronic-meets-pop melodies. Sharing her emotions and personal side to newfound fans, alxxa gives listeners an experience they haven’t seen in Pop music since the introduction of Halsey. alxxa describes the process of making her debut EP with the following more »

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Watch Cleveland’s Slim Slater’s New Video, “Robin Hood”

Cleveland-bred and Strictly Get Doe Entertainment recording artist Slim Slater returns with the first single and visual for, “Robin Hood,” off his upcoming mixtape Tiny Rick due out this Spring. When asked about the making of this single Slim said, “everybody was just having fun and getting high while I was making it, it just felt right.” In his first release off the project, Slim let’s his fans know he holds it down for his hood and spreads the wealth. The video invites you to come say high and experience what Slim likes to call his “Crypto Trap.” Press play on more »

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Meet alxxa & Her Hot New Debut, ‘Body’

Her songs, “Hung Up” and “Nobody” made us pay attention, the debut EP, Body by the Los Angeles singer/songwriter alxxa will prove that the culture is witnessing the future of Pop music. Making the introductory debut has been a well-deserved accomplished moment in the up-and-coming recording artist career to-date. Body is a tasty appetizing 4-track body of work infused with great electronic-meets-pop melodies. Sharing her emotions and personal side to newfound fans, alxxa gives listeners an experience they haven’t seen in Pop music since the introduction of Halsey. alxxa describes the process of making her debut EP with the following more »

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Osquello and Maxd Team up for “Don’t Close Your Eyes”

Debuting on internet record label juggernaut, Majestic Casual, 18-year old London singer, Osquello, partners with Canadian melodic electronica veteran, Maxd, to craft a warm, sonically vintage, and emotionally resonant tune (inspired by the film Donnie Darko) that listeners will have on repeat. With a palette of crisp drums and colorful 808 patterns, listeners will become attached to the strong percussive production that drives the song’s pulse. In addition, Maxd’s ethereal synths give the track brightness and soul beyond its percussive counterpart. Furthermore, Osquello’s approachable and warm vocal contribution adds another dimension to the track. Osquello’s verses deal with confronting fear more »

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South Carolina’s Curtis Lamonz Got Next As Super Producer

From VH1, MTV, XXL, to Hot New Hip Hop, this year, everyone is checking for fast rising South Carolina producer Curtis Lamonz. The RCA’s King Los go-to producer developed a most-sought after catalog of music that transcends genres. Rock, R&B, Classical, and of course Hip-Hop, Curtis Lamonz is an intriguing producer that today’s music is really excited to work with. Born 1988 in Anderson, South Carolina. the 28-year-old producer practice paino at seven, at 13, Curtis trained in Classical. Finding his passion for production at 16, Curtis has always pushed the envelop with his music thanks to his infusion of more »

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Caulfield Lashes Out On “No F*cks Given”

“Atlanta’s Trap scene called, Caulfield answered.” Caulfield is an American Hip Hop artist from Athens, Georgia whose recent EP, “Under the Influence” has taken social media by storm. Grabbing the attentions of fans nationwide, Caulfield’s independent rise has afforded him opportunities to perform at renowned venues such as Georgia Theater in his hometown. Local music journalists have shown their support early on as well: “Atlanta’s Trap scene called and Caulfield answered. The rapper has carved out his own space.” – Adam Barton (Flagpole Magazine, Athens GA) Before the first quarter of the new year wraps up, Caulfield is ready to more »

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