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Monthly Archives: February 2023

Hizway Says “It’s Not Over” With New Song

Hizway, who is from Kansas City, identifies himself as a REAL Hip-Hop artist that is unashamed to be authentic and wants to share real-life experiences such as his faith in Jesus, his mistakes, his growth, as well as his pain and joy. And with his new song “It’s Not Over,” …

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Janelle Monae Got Bars On “Float” Ft. Seun Kuti & Egypt 80

Listen to Janelle Monae’s new single, “Float.” Janelle Monae has been busy in recent times but, unfortunately, she hasn’t dropped a ton of music. However, she hasn’t been in the cut, either. Last year, she appeared in the film, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, which led to mass critical acclaim. …

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Review Of Joku’s “Infatuation”

Certain tunes are too infectious and addicting to resist. Such tunes are handled with amazing harmonies and send chills down your spine from the first note of the song. They are beautifully presented, exactly like “Infatuation,” the new song from Nashville-based John Wilcox, an Asian American singer/songwriter/producer who combines old …

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Review Of Easymess’ “Fireworks and Foxes”

Easymess, a French musician presently residing in London, is an incredible artist who produces creative, emotionally driven lyrics for his songs. And since making his solo debut in 2015, he’s been rapidly ascending the ranks with his gorgeous songs. Now, he’s back with his latest track, “Fireworks and Foxes,” a …

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Review Of Chucky Trading Co’s “Sleepwalking Through History”

This time, it’s a wonderful surprise to come upon the musical trio Chucky Trading Co, which includes songwriter CS Taber and producer Everett Young. Hailing from Manhattan, New York, they demonstrate polished and exquisite lyricism in their tunes, highlighting their contemporary approach to their genre. Their music is modest, outstanding, …

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Review Of Sano Hill’s “Dancer”

After hearing “Sing Out Loud” by Irish singer Sano Hill, my admiration for his artistry grew exponentially. I later investigated his library and was pleased to have discovered another excellent musician with gorgeous compositions and irresistible vibes. And in anticipation of the release of his next album, “If Not Now, …

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Review Of Angelina Luzi’s “Silent Moon”

Angelina Luzi, a London-based independent musician, has released “Silent Moon,” an emotionally intense and contemplative composition. This song is a strong reflection on the issue of loss of direction and the internal battle that frequently comes with it, and it highlights her distinct singing style and lyrical skill. “Silent Moon” …

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Review Of Jay Roecker’s “Pour On Me”

Jay Roecker, from Austin, Texas, began recording and collaborating with other artists under the band moniker “Members Only” in January 2012, which began as an 80’s cover band but swiftly developed into an original music band. He’s an artist who truly turns heads with his crafts and entices you into …

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Review Of Intercontinen7al’s “Some Thousand Feet High”

The talented music group Intercontinen7al has returned with “Some Thousand Feet High,” the 10th track on their 14-track album “Volume 3,” to continue their trend of producing music that is both innovative and engaging. They were the first band to record music on each of the seven continents (using BandLab), …

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