Recent Single Releases – April 2021
LACUNA J. – Fool (For Loving You)
emits an empowering and fierce tone through its electro synths, R&B beat and infectious pop melody, all glazed in a bright, luminous atmosphere.
KiNG MALA – She Calls Me Daddy
oozes with sass and power, with the songwriter claiming her sexuality and putting expectant men in their place. The song narrates her experience of men trying to steal her girl right in front of her eyes. KiNG MALA describes this as “a sucky reality of being in a queer relationship.”
KiNG MALA has garnered acclaim from Live Nation’s Ones to Watch, Wonderland Magazine, V Magazine, Refinery 29, Flaunt Magazine, The Line of Best Fit, LADYGUNN and American Songwriter to name a few.
KiNG MALA recently went viral on TikTok on the lead up to this release, garnering hundreds of thousands of likes and views on her videos!
Tommy Newport featuring EarthGang – Stargazer
Combining the best of both worlds, “Stargazer” is a vibrant and infectious track, dripping with charisma and allure. It is sure to become many people’s 2021 anthem.
VINOK – river
“river” is about redemption and all of the pain that comes with it before one is truly set free. Their sound is an unusual mix of experimental rock and indie art-pop spiced with notes of garage punk, pulp grunge and even hip-hop.
Magic Bronson – My Baby Is An Android
Here’s a tune to make you smile – the new single from Los Angeles duo Magic Bronson. “My Baby Is An Android” emits playful tones and exuberance through its tongue-in-cheek matter. The track narrates falling in love with a robot and how as a society we have become too dependent on technology and AI.
Scott Nicholls – Heartbeat
“Heartbeat” is a pop-country track with a fiery rock edge, featuring classic twangy acoustic strums, gritty electric guitar hits, snappy, tight drums, bursting with energy and passion.
Nicholls shares, “We may not be in the springtime of our lives right now, but after a really tough year for everybody, I wanted to release something that people could remember that nostalgia is ok. Looking back is ok.”
Mason Hill – Best of You
To celebrate their continuing success, Mason Hill released a cover version of the Foo Fighters classic Best Of You, April 23rd. The track was a key part of their album campaign and due to fan requests to have the track released, it is being made available on all worldwide streaming platforms
Sleepwoka – All I Hoped For
“All I Hoped For” sees the Ukranian electronic artist questioning his existence and his place in the world.
Peter Wise – Window Dressing
From New York singer/songwriter Peter Wise and written as an anti-pop song, “Window Dressing” is about staying true to who you are and not conforming to who others want you to be.
Waiting for Smith – Hopelessness Of Love
The folk/pop single features a bright, animated guitar melody and sunny vocals, emitting a comforting tone, encompassing your body like a warm hug.
Jesse Walton – Into Light
This song calls for relatability, a love song that builds into a memorable chorus, with a steady acoustic and a twinkling piano melody that flickers in the pockets of quieter dynamics.
Bars and Melody – Henry
An honest and raw reflection of their everyday lives, the track is a combination of drill, trap and pop, reminiscent of the likes of AJ Tracey, Steel Banglez, Yung Thug and Travis Scott.
Rags and Riches – The Beast
“THE BEAST” demonstrates the duo’s versatility in their sound. Centred around mental health, the track represents the manic behaviour of trying to contain your inner demons and aims to raise awareness for a topic close to the duo’s hearts.