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‘X-Ting’ Is The Brand New Single From Ebhoni | Music News

  21-year old Canadian artist Ebhoni has released her second single of 2021. A few weeks after dropping her previous single “Hit This“, she comes back with the track named “X-Ting” produced by DP Beats and Merna in a dancehall rhythm with soft guitar vibes. According to reports, these two singles will be followed by her debut EP later this[…]

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Nyah Grace Unveils Double Single ‘My Sister Told Me’ and ‘I Don’t Really’ | Music News

  R&B Singer Nyah Grace has released a new double a-side single from her upcoming debut album Honey-Coloured. “My Sister Told Me” and “I Don’t Really” are another milestone in the career of the young artist from America.   Nyah Grace’s previous singles have been already played by radio stations and she performed live at Al Gore’s 24 Hours of[…]

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Hendrix Harris – Should I | New Music

  Half-French, Half-Jamaican rising singer and rapper Hendrix Harris releases his new track “Should I” – the first taste of his debut EP dropping in March.   “Should I” is a overt nod to Hendrix’s love for Cuban culture. Swirling exoticism assumes form with synth and evocative production, His delicate approach to the new single is a noticeable departure from[…]

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George Wilks – Better Times | New Music

  Emerging artist George Wilks released his new song “Better Times” earlier today, and it’s a certified earworm.   Fusing elements of pop, funk and whispers of jazz, George Wilks will appeal to fans of Jamie Cullum and Jon Bellion, with new track “Better Times” boasting full-flavoured riffs and a juicy bassline.   Currently in the early stages of his[…]

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Hannah Lucia – Sorry For The Mistakes | New Music

  Following her recent critically acclaimed release “Talk in Code” last year, rising UK R&B act Hannah Lucia continues strong with her first offering of 2020, the jagged and sleek “Sorry for the Mistakes“.   “Sorry for the Mistakes” sees Hannah pick up effortlessly where she left off, delivering raw, sensual vocals over a minimal electronic instrumental. Lamenting her own[…]

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