R&B/Soul singer L.D., a native of Tampa, Florida, releases a music video for ‘That Way’, a Top 100 single off his forthcoming ‘The Crossover’ EP, which is a conjunction of multiple styles and transition of artistry.
Young M.A, a hardcore female emcee from Brooklyn, New York, is one of the dopest MCs out right now. Her approach to life, “It’s a cold world, so f*ck it, I’m a cold girl.” Her music video for ‘EAT’ is straight-forward, no gimmicks, just bars and realism.
Celebrated Australian-singer Deni Hines, first discovered while singing to the radio in a friend’s kitchen, releases a motion-picture like music video for ‘What About Love’, the lead single off her new album, ‘The Soul Sessions’, which captures a glimpse into some of the artists who have influenced and shaped Hines’ musical pallet. The album features her interpretations of songs from King Curtis, Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Jill Scott, Aretha Franklin and Whitney Houston among others.
Former Universal Music Group/Eagle Rock Entertainment intern Denzel Mooney is a marketing A&R that’s setting the bar high with his weekly playlist. A recent graduate from Briarcliff College, Denzel has a good ear for music, and he helped to manage international rapper Heems. With Denzel’s weekly playlist, listeners can expect to hear the hottest music from artists/bands of different genres and cultures.
Critics and fans are crazed about Gary Clark, Jr.’s ‘Take Me Down’, a death-inspired song off Steve Jablonsky’s Deepwater Horizon Original Motion Picture Soundtrack’, an album to Peter Berg’s ‘Deepwater Horizon’, a film based on the true events that occurred on an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010.
Aboriginal-singer Marcus Corowa, one of Australia’s brightest-emerging entertainers, returns to his roots on ‘Water & Air’ EP, an intimate project that highlights Corowa’s live persona, and the profound sound of his guitar. This simple acoustic approach feels natural, proving that all we need to survive is ‘Water & Air’.