Electro, Pop | AMERIA IS CHAINED TO YOU

Posted by on April 19, 2016

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If you’ve thought you have had a rough night out in the past, allow Ameria’s new music video to put that into perspective for you. Watch as a guy gets thrown out of a bar for being too drunk, and the Hungarian songstress steals a cop car, gets in a car chase, has a drug deal go wrong, and a minor shootout with the police. And if that isn’t really enough of a selling point for you, maybe her stealing a dog and tossing it in the back seat of the cop car will win you over. Maybe not? Either way, though, her lush vocals alone are enough to win anyone over. Just to be safe, let’s just say that you should not try any of this at home.


Albums, Artists, Pop | Leah Haxhi Drops Emotional Single, FOREVER

Posted by on March 15, 2016

Forever is an original song written by NYC Singer/Songwriter Leah Haxhi, produced & mixed by Mike Irish in Brookyln, NY. This is a pop smash with flares of r&B and hip-hop elements, written for anyone who’s doubted the longevity of love. Forever is a very long time away….


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Albums | B.Love — Who Says? [Mixtape]

Posted by on April 28, 2014

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One of the great teases in our society of late is the ease with which many assume they’ll attain rap stardom. With the growing diversity of emcees’ backgrounds, and, more importantly, the lowering bar of the skill necessary to receive that long-coveted record deal, we’ve entered a time when many think it’s totally plausible they’ll make it big with their rhymes. And that scares me. I’m all for artistic expression, but when an artist is after fame and not necessarily making music for expression’s sake or as a result of their love for the craft, it’s clear. And because the former happens to be the vast majority of what makes up my inbox, here’s a chance for you to learn what the alternative sounds like.

B.Love (one-third of the FNT favorite Suns of Society), is a Cali-based rapper/songwriter/producer with a tremendous amount of versatility, and a desire to keep his sound authentic and unaffected by the industry’s love to keep artist’s boxed in and conformed to a specific sound. On his latest mixtape, Who Says?, B.Love produced the entire thing (with the help of some close friends and colleagues, including Benny Blanco and One Love) and tried to keep the record hard to describe and as broad in sound as possible. The result is a project that—while less unified by consistency in sound—is certainly consistent in terms of its experimentation and the fact that every track sounds like it was made exactly how B.Love intended. It’s a reminder that music is a passion for all of us, first and foremost, and whether or not you come out at the other end as marketable and easily packaged as would be ideal for making that shot at the big time shouldn’t be why you’re doing it. If you’re making records like this, then I have no reason to be scared at all. You can find Who Says? in full for free right here, or support the movement and make the financial gesture here.

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