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Look out for singer-songwriter Delacey.  She signed with LA Reid’s HITCO indie label.  Collaborating with producer Ido Zmishlany, The LA based singer released a batch of songs. Her first two releases My Man and The Subway Song have generated over 1 million Spotify streams. She first grabbed attention as a songwriting landing a cut with The Chainsmokers and co-writing Halsey’s smash hit Without Me. Her song My Man is currently #39 at Top 40 Radio. Check out her new released track Emily.

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Fly By Midnight releases the track Toy.  The track premiered on Apple Music’s Breaking Pop + Hot Tracks. The NY Duo has been rolling out track after track for the last year or so.
Press: Billboard, Buzzfeed, NYLON, Huffington Post, and Ones To Watch.
Live: 40 school college tour, Firefly & Panorama festival, Sold Out show in Irving Plaza (NYC)
Playlist: Spotify’s New Music Friday, Apple Music’s Breaking Pop & A-List Pop, and Soundcloud’s Fresh Pressed.

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17 year old Mavenne releases the new track Faraway Far.  As time goes on she is solidifying herself as a solid songwriter. Pulling influences from Lana Del Rey, Halsey, and Marina & The Diamonds, the singer-songwriter & producer started writing at the age of 9. She is currently working on a forthcoming album. Check out the video here.

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Indie pop artist Ryan Edmond releases ‘From The Start‘. The song sounds like a indie smash. The singer-songwriter hails from Australia who now lives Sweden. The debut single was produced by Craig Harnath (Motor Ace, Jet) and Jez Giddings (Paul Dempsey, The Living End).
Press: Clash Magazine, Pilerats, Somethingyousaid and Forte Mag
Radio: Added to triple j Unearthed rotation
Live: Performing club shows and festivals across the UK and Europe.

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Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ has become the oldest music video to top 1 billion YouTube views. Queen’s most popular song was never supposed to be released. Their music label at the time thought it was too long and couldn’t make out the song. Queen took it upon themselves to get the song heard.

“We are honoured that ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ has just hit one billion views on YouTube,” says Brian May and Roger Taylor.

The band just released a new remastered version of the original song, which premiered on “Top of the Pops” in England in November 1975.

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