Having just finished touring with Eric Benét and Marsha Ambrosius on the M.E. Tour, rising pop artist Jessica Jolia released Want You that comes off the upcoming album Hearts & Daggers. Citing Stevie Wonder, Prince, Chaka Khan, Miles Davis as influences, Jolia has peformed alongside Dr. Dre, Rita Ora, Meghan Trainor, The Chainsmokers, Goapele, Eric Benet, New Edition and Kelly Price.
UK’s Melisa Whiskey reveals her vocal chops in the latest feel good track Sweetest Cake. The Hackney born singer means serious business as she cites Lauryn Hill, Sade and Pasty Cline as influences. The track which comes off her forthcoming debut EP Moon & The Sky has already received love from BBC Radio 1Xtra and follows the successful single Played which garnered 100k+ YouTube views.
19 year old pop artist-songwriter Kat Saul released the radio-ready Body Language. Influences ranging from Gwen Stefani, James Taylor, and Lana Del Ray, the Nashville pop artist is making a name for herself with her signature sound of urban pop melodies. Having been dubbed as the “One to Watch” and recognized by the Grammy Foundation for her work in music production, Kat is writing with artists and will release her own singles throughout 2017.
Kings favorite Secret Weapons have released a new track Comeback Season. The previous track Ghost reached #1 on the Hype Machine charts. The upbeat track comes off their upcoming debut album due out Aug. 18 through Epic Records.
The Brooklyn duo has toured with Weezer, Fall Out Boy, and Panic! At the Disco and first made waves with the release of Something New which landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday.
I first stumbled across Bravestation upon their 80’s influence track 13th Floor. Immediately falling in love, the name of the band comes from the novel Brave New World and Robert J. Hasting’s essay The Station.
Having songs land on Apple Hot Tracks and Spotify’s New Music, the latest release Up For You from the Toronto indie act made Spotify’s Indie All Stars’ playlist.