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Matt Wills – Just Us | New Music

  Burgeoning UK pop artist Matt Wills is ready to leave a lasting impression with his first release of the year “Just Us”.   This new single is warm to the ears. It’s pop in all the right and honest ways. Simple and spacious production, It lets Matt’s sincere lyrics and thoughtfully controlled vocals shine. Matt is in a better[…]

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Ed Sheeran + Justin Bieber – I Don’t Care | New Music

  British singer Ed Sheeran is back with a new song with Justin Bieber named “I Don’t Care“. It’s been two years since the red-haired singer released his last album Divide.   This catchy track will probably dominate nightclubs and parties all through this summer. Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran share about the weird feelings faced when you don’t fit[…]

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Kwaku Asante – Say Goodbye / A Piece Of Mine | New Music

  Following his attention-grabbing, critically acclaimed two releases last year “Worth” and “Fantasy” underlining the breadth of his appeal, rising London R&B star Kwaku Asante follows on with another quietly powerful study on moving on from a bad chapter in life with a his new double release “Say Goodbye” and “A Piece of Mine”.   Both “Say Goodbye” and “A Piece of[…]

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Evangeline – The Strangest Thing | New Music

  After serving up a fiery performance on Donatachi‘s lively new single “Do What I Want“, Australian songstress Evangeline provides an exciting performance of her own. With her first release of the year, she greets the year with lush new pop track “The Strangest Thing“.   From the surface “The Strangest Thing” feels like a joyfully warm treat. It’s uplifting,[…]

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Col3trane – Problems With Us | New Music

  Riding off strong performances at Coachella weekend alongside SG Lewis and FKJ, 20-year-old musician, rapper and R&B up-and-comer Col3trane shares his latest track “Problems In Us“.   Armed with slick production by notable London electronic artist Sega Bodega, “Problems In Us” is deliciously succinct. It showcases Cole at his most impressive, gracing a future R&B canvas as good as[…]

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