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Shy FX Releases “Bad After We”

Legend, soundman, DJ and all-round UK pioneer Shy FX has released new track Bad After We featuring Ghetts and Kojey Radical.

Premiered simultaneously last night by Annie Mac on Radio 1 as her ‘Hottest Record In The World’ and DJ Target on Radio 1Xtra, Bad After We ft. Ghetts & Kojey Radical is lifted from Shy’s forthcoming long player project, Raggamuffin SoundTape. It follows the release of Rudeboy Lovesong ft. Sweetie Irie & Cara Delevingne and Roll The Dice ft. Stamina MC & Lily Allen.

Featuring a broad spectrum of both established and upcoming artists – including Cara Delevingne, Chronixx, Gappy Ranks, Ghetts, Kojey Radical, Lily Allen, Maverick Sabre and Sinead Harnett (to name but a few) – Raggamuffin SoundTape flawlessly switches through Hip Hop, R ‘n’ B, Dancehall, Breakbeat and Jungle to form an eclectic soundscape that melds together seamlessly into a satisfying whole.  

Raggamuffin SoundTape, released 15th March and available to pre-order now, is the first long player Shy FX has made that he feels truly represents him as an artist: 

“Everything fits together – its tight, it feels like one piece. The 15-year-old me would be overly gassed by this record – I wouldn’t have been able to imagine making all these genres, all these styles… And now I’m able to put it under the same name and it makes sense to people.” – Shy FX

To celebrate the release of Raggamuffin Soundtape, Shy FX will be hosting a one off culture night at Night Tales (London) on 15th March. Tickets available to purchase here: https://dice.fm/artist/shy-fx 

New Carly Rae Jepsen Video

CARLY RAE JEPSEN  “NOW THAT I FOUND YOU” VIDEO

Directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada and Nelson de Castro

Concept by Carly Rae Jepsen

Watch the clip HERE

Multi-platinum Grammy, Juno and Polaris Prize nominated singer/songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen releases the video “Now That  I Found You” today. “Now That I Found You” was produced by Captain Cuts and was released last month, along with the song “No Drug Like Me,”  on School Boy/Interscope Records. “Now That I Found You” and “No Drug Like Me” will appear on Jepsen’s forthcoming album which is set for release in 2019.   

Carly Rae Jepsen “Now That I Found You”

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Bria Jhane Releases “What Is Love?”

Bria Jhane releases What Is Love? via Republic Records/RadioKilla Records. Get it HERE.
 
Discovered by The-Dream, Bria Jane recently joined the iconic artist on several dates of his current tour.
 
With a big, bright, and bold voice, Bria Jhané adds a touch of timeless soul to 21st century R&B. Introduced to music at four-years-old by her mom, the Houston native grew up obsessed with the likes of Lauryn Hill, Toni Braxton, Monica, Beyoncé, Jill Scott, and other 21 Century R&B icons. In between sharing covers on YouTube and singing as much as possible, she participated in the 2017 VH1 series Signed. Capturing the hearts of millions, she emerged victorious and inked a deal with RadioKilla Records handpicked by its founder and legendary artist, songwriter, and producer The-Dream. Her debut single “Over You” clocked nearly 300K Spotify streams and earned acclaim from Rated R&B and more. Now, 2019 sees her vie for stardom with the new single “Back Bone”—released in partnership between RadioKilla and Republic Records. Its throwback production underscores a downright show-stopping vocal performance. Modern soul gets some class courtesy of Bria.

What Is Love? Tracklisting
1 Back Bone
2 Young Love
3 21 And Over
4 Too Late
5 Swear To God
 

Mark Diamond Drops “Hummingbird One” EP

Rising Seattle singer and songwriter Mark Diamond drops his debut EP Hummingbird One today via Stardog Records/Republic Records.

Listen to Hummingbird One HERE!

The EP features Diamond’s recently released tracks, “Steady” and “Road,” which have received critical acclaim from Billboard, Ones To Watch, Variance Magazine and more, as well as two additional tracks, “Promise” and “London.” Not to mention, he has amassed almost 2 million monthly listeners on Spotify and counting. 

Of the EP, Mark says, “Making Hummingbird One was such a special experience. I’ve never made music this quickly before in my life. It makes it even more special because these songs are me, right now, in this exact moment. I can say confidently say that these songs are exactly the way they want to be. I feel very connected to this universe after making this.”

At 25 years old, Mark Diamond is a Seattle native who grew up listening to Tom Petty, Hootie & The Blowfish, The Beatles, R.E.M and Robbie Williams with his dad in his 1969 Chevy Malibu. Up until recently, Mark, now based in Los Angeles, was living in Seattle and working at a coffee shop for the last four years. He has been hard at work on his upcoming project with his debut song, “Steady,” leading the way. The song is included in a very large arsenal of finished tracks that he completed in 24 days with talented writer and producer Richard Craker, writing and recording in both London and Los Angeles. With his music, Mark wants to make people feel every emotion possible. “I have never had more fun making music in my entire life. Music should make people feel good more than it makes them feel bad. Not necessarily ‘happy’ songs, but songs that make you feel better about life than when you started listening to it.” 

Conan Gray “The King”

Buzzing 20-year-old bedroom pop singer-songwriter Conan Gray shares his new track “The King” today.
 
Get it HERE via Republic Records.
 
Of the new tune, he commented, “‘The King’ is a song I wrote about this massive crush I had on someone who just wouldn’t admit they liked me back. In my case, this person would always call me up late at night, talk about me constantly to their friends, and even show up at my house unannounced. So, I wrote this song as a last straw; as a ‘Hey, you’re not fooling anyone, we’re perfect for each other, and you should choose me.’”
 
The single follows hot on the heels of Gray’s breakthrough Sunset Season EP. The 5-track set hasaccumulated 50 million streams in just 5 months. His track “Idle Town” has earned 23 million Spotifystreams alone and 12 million views while recent song “Crush Culture” has reached 10 million Spotify streams with nearly 6 million views on the official video.  on the music video on YouTube. He has also Garnered critical acclaim from The FaderBillboardOnes To Watch, and a debut performance on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
 
Following up a successful run supporting Panic! At The Disco in arenas, he launches his sold out Spring 2019 tour this Sunday.
 
Check out the full itinerary below.
 
Get tickets at: https://conangray.lnk.to/TheSunsetShows and official merch bundles here!
 
Armed with nothing more than Garageband and a cheap microphone taped to a lamp, Conan Gray released his song “Idle Town” on his YouTube channel as an ode to his hometown of Georgetown, TX. The song went viral, and together with an already written EP helped land him a deal with Republic Records. Conan joined forces in the studio with producer Dan Nigro, to finalize his Sunset Season EP, which features “Generation Why” and “Crush Culture.” The EP debuted in November, 2018 to widespread critical acclaim from The Fader, Billboard, Ones To Watch, and landed him a debut performance on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

BamSavage Releases EP “Yesterday’s Tomorrow”

Buzzing Broward County artist BamSavage releases his debut EP Yesterday’s Tomorrow today. The 11-track project features his debut single “Feelings Aside.” 

Listen to Yesterday’s Tomorrow: HERE

Yesterday’s Tomorrow is full of BamSavage’s addicting melodies and infections hooks, with gritty tracks that give a look inside the mind of BamSavage, exploring struggles, joy and love. The rapper’s debut single “Feelings Aside” has garnered over 2 million streams, with over 611K streams on SoundCloud alone.
 
Arriving with a signature concoction of woozy melodies, stark emotionality, dark imagery and tight bars, BamSavage stirred up organic buzz in 2018 as songs like “Might” and “Dancing With The Devil” clocked over 100K plays on Soundcloud. At the same time, he amassed 11K-plus followers on the platform. As his star rose, he caught the attention of Republic Records and signed to the label.

Yesterday’s Tomorrow Tracklist

Loud Pact

Going Through Some Things

Convenient

Night Now

Sip Slow

Grind Mode ft. Baby Goth

Light Show

Commotion

Wrist Lit

Hope It Hurts ft. Samaria

Feelings Aside

 

Juice WRLD “Death Race For Love” Album

Chicago artist Juice WRLD has released his second studio album Death Race For Love, out now on Grade A Productions/ Interscope Records. Death Race For Love includes the single “Robbery,” released February 13, which debuted at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and peaked at #2 on the Soundcloud chart. “Robbery” accumulated over 21 million global streams in its first week of release, and the accompanying Cole Bennet music video has over 26 million views. The album also features the single “Hear Me Calling,” which hit 6.7 million global streams within the first 3 days of its release.

Death Race for Love arrives as the follow-up to Goodbye & Good Riddance, Juice WRLD’s massively successful 2018 debut. Along with his double-platinum single “All Girls Are the Same,” the platinum-certified album features his biggest hit to date: the four-times-platinum “Lucid Dreams,” which earned over a billion total video and audio streams last year. In addition, Goodbye & Good Riddance includes Juice WRLD’s chart-climbing single “Armed and Dangerous.”

Juice WRLD will be performing at this year’s Coachella festival. He will then begin his headlining North American tour on April 25 at the PNE Forum in Vancouver, BC and wrap the tour June 8 at The Bomb Factory in Dallas, TX, with support from Ski Mask The Slump God and The Lyrical Lemonade All-Stars. Tickets are available here, along with a limited run of exclusive merch collaborations, with VLONE, Lyrical Lemonade, Half Evil, and Ransom.

Born Jarad Higgins, Juice WRLD got his start by shunning major streaming services and building a major following on Soundcloud. Within weeks of the February 2018 premiere of his video for “All Girls Are the Same,” he scored a deal with Interscope Records. Soon after the signing, Juice WRLD made his debut with Goodbye & Good Riddance and drew critical acclaim from the likes of the New York Times (who called it “one of the year’s most effective hip-hop releases”.) Juice WRLD also completed his sold-out debut headlining tour of North America in 2018 and is set to do the same again this year’s tour.

Julia Michaels Releases “Deep” Music Video

GRAMMY® Award-nominated and multi-platinum selling artist JULIA MICHAELS releases the video for “Deep” today. Watch it HERE. The video follows the recent release for Inner Monologue Part I via Republic Records. Listen HERE.

JULIA MICHAELS recently surprised fans with the release of INNER MONOLOGUE PART I, a collection of highly anticipated new music featuring collaborations with Selena Gomez on “Anxiety” and Niall Horan on “What A Time.”  Upon arrival, the EP debuted at #1 on the iTunes Pop Albums Chart and #5 Overall iTunes Albums Chart, prompting three worldwide trending hashtags on Twitter.  In addition to critical acclaim, the music also received extensive support from artists like Shawn Mendes, Sam Smith, James Bay, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Ingrid Michaelson, Selena Gomez, Niall Horan, and more.  Following the release, MICHAELS joined country superstar Keith Urban on the Australian Leg of his current world tour and will hit the road this March-May with P!NK on her “Beautiful Trauma World Tour.” 

This spring, she also embarks on her first-ever headline tour “The Inner Monologue Tour” and unveils INNER MONOLOGUE PART II.

In 2015, MICHAELS transitioned from behind-the-scenes as a top songwriter for the likes of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez into a force in her own right. As a solo act, she forged an unbreakable bond with countless fans worldwide and skyrocketed to the forefront of pop. She received two 2018 GRAMMY® Award nominations in top categories such as “Best New Artist” and “Song of the Year” for her debut single “Issues” from the 2017 mini-album Nervous System. “Issues” went triple-platinum, crossed 1 billion global streams, achieved consumption of 10 million, emerged as “the top-selling debut single of 2017,” and scored a spot as the only solo female contribution on Variety’s “30 Most Consumed Songs of 2017” list.

MICHAELS fired on all cylinders throughout 2018. Featuring on Clean Bandit’s “I Miss You,” she notched her first Top 10 on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart in addition to co-writing and lending her voice to Shawn Mendes’ “Like To Be You,” Lauv’s “There’s No Way,” and Noah Kahan’s “Hurt Somebody.” She also landed her first #1 at country radio with Keith Urban’s smash “Coming Home.” Not to mention, she wrote for everyone from Janelle Monàe and P!nk to Christina Aguilera and Jesse Ware as the year went on. Meanwhile, her solo single “Jump” [feat. Trippie Redd] cracked 100 million streams as she hit the stage at Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! and the Today Show Summer Concert Series to perform it. Along the way, she toured with the likes of Maroon 5, Keith Urban, Shawn Mendes, and Niall Horan. Most importantly though, these experiences prepared her for INNER MONOLOGUE PART I as she developed not only creatively, but personally as well.