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Caleb Hyles Tells All ‘In One Breath’

If you’re a fan of watching cover songs on YouTube like I am, then you may be familiar with the name Caleb Hyles. Most known for his cover song of “Let It Go” from Disney’s “Frozen” in 2014 (which currently has over 14 million views on YouTube), Caleb Hyles has captivated the hearts of many […]

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It’s Cold This “December”

Slow jams can reveal a lot about a player, and it’s hard to argue with this when listening to a track like Star2’s brooding “December.” Despite its wintry title, “December” has a warmth to its main harmonies that is something to marvel at from the get-go, driven by Star2’s surprisingly melodic take on every verse […]

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Sharon Hendrix Says “Hold Me Tight”

A jazzy swing precludes the sultry melodic action soon to come pouring out of our speakers in the new single from Sharon Hendrix, “Hold Me Tight,” but while the beat in this track and its eroticized video is enough to draw us into the music, it’s not the sole source of catharsis in this mix […]

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Linda Peaches Tavani Shares “My Grown Up Christmas List”

A lot of music videos for Christmas songs take us to a familiar scene – a cabin in the woods, covered in snow, with a singer trying to warm by the fireplace – but in her video for “My Grown Up Christmas List,” vocalist Linda Peaches Tavani is keeping things simple by centering the visual […]

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Radio Fly Is Here To Say “I’m The Best”

Jonathon Brannon is no stranger to the hip hop world. He’s got a keen ear for talent and a deep sense for collaboration that allows him to create enticing music with other people. Through that collaboration, Brannon has formed the hip hop group, Radio Fly. With Radio Fly, he and a rotating cast of rappers […]

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Millionz of Bar$ Shares “Her Favorite”

Fusing together aesthetics from both the past and the present isn’t always an easy task, but one would never be able to guess as much just by listening to the new single “Her Favorite” by Millionz of Bar$. “Her Favorite” has a very new school lyrical presence executed by Millionz of Bar$ himself, but while […]

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Cade Hoppe Shares “Hurts”

Cade Hoppe is originally from Sacramento California, until he packed up his belongings and headed east. The move to NYU was to pursue basketball and academics but then music took over. In life we all encounter that proverbial fork in the road, where decisions are made, and new paths are forged. The need to create […]

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Elion V Shows He Can “Provide”

Taking yourself too seriously is one of the most common mistakes a see a lot of young artists making right out of the gate. It’s easy to get wrapped up in a relationship with music, but if you’re going to get anywhere in this game, humility is everything, and Elion V clearly knew this when […]