RnB | Watch Teenear’s Brand New “Last Night” Video

Posted by 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.”

Get familiar with Teenear’s “Last Night” single on Soundcloud, Spotify, and iTunes.

Electronic, Indie | M. Maggie brings it with MY LoVE

Posted by on December 17, 2016

If you’re new to M. Maggie, you should get familiar! This tune, MY LoVE, is super catchy, the lyrics are infectious, and within some time M. Maggie is going to be a household name. Her entire back catalog as well as her massive remixes have been catching the attention of some of the best. I expect her to keep putting out smashes, this is really a great way to end 2016. Make sure to checkout the rest of her music here and follow M. Maggie music.

Electronic | POOLCLVB dazzles in new single “Always”

Posted by on October 18, 2016

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Sydney producer POOLCLVB shares the first single, “Always”, off of his forthcoming EP ‘You + Me’. With summery, playful rhythms and samples, POOLCLVB, with the help of Carl Fox (of Porsches), has created something wonderful. From the artist, “Written and recorded in a single day, we bounced lyrics back and forth and it just came together so organically. Sometimes guys don’t express their feelings as much as girls, we wanted this track to do just that. If you find it hard to say I love you, let this track speak for you.” This track is definitely worth checking out, and if it’s any indication of POOLCLVB’s EP, it’s going to be a great one.

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Chill, Electronic | Hounded’s new track will make you “Feel So Right”

Posted by on September 7, 2016

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“Feel So Right” is the new track from Australian producer Hounded, teaming up with Californian singer/songwriter Bamiyah. This track has a chill jungle-house vibe to it, making it packed with emotions – both happy and sad. It definitely takes skill to create a tune that brings out such a wide range of feelings, and Bamiyah’s voice perfectly suits this piece. She said, “The records lyrics delve into the idea of believing that you are right for someone, and can make them happy even if they do not see it. It is almost a plea to a significant other to prove your worthiness.” Check out “Feel So Right” now!

Alternative, RnB | Heartstreets – Under My Skin (prod. by Ganja White Night)

Posted by on July 29, 2016

I am pretty blown away by the strength of this tune, and I really wanted to share this amazing duo from Canada. Heavy hip hop influence with cool soulful vocals, this is an amazing tune to just blast while you’re driving. Lets also not forget that these amazing lyrics are sitting on top of heavy hitter Ganja White Night productions. Make sure you checkout their other tunes here and give them a follow: Heartstreets! This isn’t the only smash they have, have fun enjoying their music.

Albums, Hip-Hop, Rap | Atlanta Native, Kelechi, Drops Debut Album “Before The Quarter”

Posted by on May 27, 2016

Sometimes you hear an artist and are 7-seconds into the first song, you’re on to the next. Sometimes you hear an artist for the first time and are instantly drawn in. Whether it be the beat, their flow, the lyrics or the message, sometimes you just get that feeling you found something special. A few years back I stumbled across STNDRD, a hip-hop duo out of Hotlanta. Kelechi & Phay, two very talented artists were the talent behind the label. They were clearly motivated (as I quickly confirmed after seeing and hearing “We Want It All“). They were cultured and proud of their diverse backgrounds. They were confident, fun, and full of energy. Most importantly, they could RAP.

Fast forward 2 1/2 years, both artists are still representing STNDRD, but pursuing parallel solo careers. Kelechi was the recipient of $50k after being recognized as the winner of Green Label Sound’s “Open Call” contest. Identified as one of the next talents on the brink of explosion, Kelechief invested that nickel lump right back into his debut album, Before The Quarter. Making valuable industry connections and cosigns along the way, Kelechi has been earning his key and building bridges along the way. “Before the Quarter” is Kelechi’s breakout. 10 tracks, from raw to delicate, Chief flexes appropriately, but never lacks a message. Enjoy the album stream and cop your own copy on iTunes if those first 7-seconds hit you like they hit me.

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Bass | Markus Cole Gives “Runnin’ (Lose It All)” A Fresh Pop Remix Feeling

Posted by on April 12, 2016

This one hits your right in the feels.

Markus Cole has been around for a bit, landing on numerous blogs and locking down spots on notable mainstage DJ’s podcasts/radioshows. But it’s “Naughty Boy – Runnin’ (Lose It All) Ft. Beyoncé, Arrow Benjamin (Markus Cole Remix)” and another track track he released a month ago that are attention grabbers. The former will be the focus here.

From the very start “Runnin’ (Lose It All) (Markus Cole Remix)” brings the listener to a relaxed state via the familiar voice and lyrics. The added production from Markus is noticed and enhances/refreshes the experience overall. It’s not until the drop that you get hit with this “woah” moment behind your computer screen. The rattling, roaring bassline is fresh, but fitting compared to the entirety of the remix – which is catchy in itself.

This is one not to be missed.