I’ve be hearing a lot of Leandro from South Africa. When you listen to his debut single Fire With Fire, you’ll realize the buzz is legit. Other than his latest release, I haven’t heard anything, but I hear he will roll out more singles in the coming months and was recently asked to take a trek to the US. The Johannesburg producer-songwriter cites The Script, AC/DC, Michael Buble, Katy Perry, Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar as influences.
Sigrid releases the uptempo Strangers. It’s a one click lesson love it track. The 21-year-old Norwegian singer began making noise with her debut EP, Don’t Kill My Vibe. Having performed around the globe and chosen as Apple’s Up Next Artist, Sigrid could be up next for major stardom. Additionally, she will perform the SOLD OUT Academy 2 in Manchester on March 24th.
Big buzz around Dublin producer Eden following the release of GOLD. Having been just picked up by Scooter Braun (Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande etc) and with smoking social media numbers, the 21 year old singer and producer Jonathan is bound to make noise. Moreover, Eden is musically different and has a knack for crafting hooks that will stick with you for days.
The new single follows the previous ‘start//end’ which has garnered more than 1 million Spotify plays and comes off the forthcoming album that is set to drop Jan 19th. A UK/ Europe tour follow.
Indie pop songstress and KOAR favorite Sulene is back with a new single Something New that comes off the forthcoming Reimagined EP. From handling lead guitar duties for lead frontman Nate Ruess of the band .fun to Betty Who, the Berklee grad has quickly made a name for herself. For good reason, she’s amazingly talented.
Jazz Mino’s cover of the 90’s hit Crush found its way on Spotify’s ‘Chilled Pop Hits’ Playist along with several others. The London based pop artist last made waves with the pop/tropical house track Footprints which also landed Spotify’s New Music Friday. Known for her live show and having supported Lianne La Havas and The Noissettes, the electro queen has it all covered from her live sessions on BBC, and a Record of The Day feature.