Posted by BIGLIFE on April 17, 2017
In the midst of her Travis Scott “Goosebumps” cover giving us all the feels and slaying Soundcloud, Teenear releases her brand new “Something Else” single on Slip-N-Slide Records. Produced by Grammy nominated producer Velous (who’s productions you’ve heard on Kanye West and Drake records) “Something Else” is an infectious up-tempo R&B smash that takes takes the listener on a roller coaster of emotions. Premiered by notable Youtube channel Stereohearts RnB, “Something Else” is a single that we smashing playlists for weeks to come. Be sure to catch Teenear on the Rolling Loud tour alongside acts like Kendrick Lamar (who crushed Coachella), Future, and Lil Yachty.
Posted by JT on April 3, 2017
Out on Sony’s disco:wax label, Dan Bravo has continued providing fans of this new r&b inspired future sounds with hot record after record. His latest production, “Closure” is the definition of swag… I feel like I need to suit and boot every time it comes on. Jarrod Michael Cooke doesn’t hold back either and together the two have composed a solid record as we roll into the summer season. Keep your eyes on this one.
Posted by BIGLIFE on March 21, 2017
Slip-N-Slide’s Teenear takes us on a journey through Miami in her brand new Travis Scott and Kendrick Lamar “Goosebumps” cover. Directed by Rob Portal, the video takes the viewer on a fun journey through the city of Miami. From the graffiti-ridden Miami Marine Stadium to Virginia Key Beach Teenear makes a strong case for Miami being one of the most beautiful cities in the world. “Goosebumps” comes on the heels of her “Last Night” single released in January. Teenear is currently on tour as a part of iHeart Radio’s The Juice High School Tour. In May, Teenear will perform at the 2017 Rolling Loud Festival, joining the likes of “Goosebumps” collaborators Travis Scott and Kendrick Lamar, Lil Yachty and more.
Posted by JT on March 15, 2017
Hailing from Croydon, South London, Kemi Ade adds another neo-soul vibing track to her catalogue with the release of “Third.” Take a journey with her as her vocals lead you down a path of love and life. There’s a lot of swag behind this tune and it’s sure to make anyone’s jammin’ playlists. Lay back, hit play, close your eyes, and enjoy.
Posted by JT on February 7, 2017
Signed to Disco Wax / Sony Music we’re really curious to see where Dan Bravo is headed. With this sexy reformation of classic future bass cuts and beats and the beautifully tuned Svnah, this is an amazing take on PARTYNEXTDOOR and Drake’s “Come And See Me.” No doubt, a refreshing addition to his diverse catalogue.
Posted by BIGLIFE on January 17, 2017
When No Requests sends us music, we listen. It’s rare that we hear an artist that immediately grabs our attention. Dear Jane (also known as Tammy Infusino) accomplished that, and then some. Her brand new “Dear Jane” EP produced by Nico Cary and Rafael Casal is six tracks of atmospheric, dark, and mysterious RnB that we can’t get enough of. A honest rendition of someone who can’t stop making bad decisions (we’ve all been there) Dear Jane’s “EP” and title track is a refreshingly raw project, exploring failed relationships, heartbreak, and instability. Did we mention you’ll have it on play for weeks to come?
Grab the free download courtesy of Dear Jane, here.
Dear Jane is a FNT artist to watch.
Posted by BIGLIFE on January 10, 2017
When ItsNoRequests sends you music, you stop and listen. Building on a slew of singles and covers, Teenear is poised to take 2017 with her infectious brand new “Last Night” video. Produced by emerging Miami based producer, Sipping Sake, “Last Night” tells the story of a girl fed up with the short-comings of a broken relationship, and promises. The song is a female empowerment anthem, written for every girl that’s gone through a tough breakup.
Of her brand new “Last Night” single Teenear said:
“Most people can tell you a story about an on and off relationship, it happens to a lot of us. This song just tells the story of when you realize that you really don’t need them because with or without them you still have your own and know your worth. You can still be a QUEEN without a king.”