BELARO is a Spanish-American singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, she released a remarkable breakup banger, entitled, “Grateful,” which tells an intriguing tale about a grateful young woman. Apparently, she’s extremely happy that she is no longer in a toxic relationship with her significant other. Also, she’s thankful to be on her own and appreciates the fact that she’s single again.
“I wrote this song over a year ago now. Also, it was the last session I did before the literal apocalypse happened.” – BELARO explained
BELARO is never afraid to take risks and to be different. She takes the edgiest side of pop music and makes it hers. Also, she’s a fresh blend of today’s top musical talents and ‘70s disco legends like Donna Summer.
“Love takes many shapes and forms. This fleeting emotion emanates and transcends everything. It hits you in waves, some of them bring peace, others create storms. Love is and will always be frantic. It will always keep us alive and wanting more. Let’s explore ‘The Circle of Love’ together.” – Francis On My Mind explained
Francis On My Mind is a teenager with a heart filled with music. Also, she is a part of the Universal Music CE A&R Hub program, which chose her “Circle of Love” single as their focus track.
India Dupriez is an 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Australia. She released an emotional breakup tune not too long ago, entitled, “Ghost,” the confidence one receives when they realize they are the best that their past partners ever had and will ever get. It’s the lingering impact that your energy and presence hold over a person everywhere they go and they try to subconsciously find you in everyone they meet. The melody came to India one night when a previous part of her life—her ex—admitted that he never really got over her. This song inspires confidence and growth when things aren’t the best in your life. ‘Ghost’ is accepting who you are and ultimately putting your best foot forward at the end of the day. A fun, summer breakup song to scream in the car with your friends.
“‘Ghost’ for me is the confidence you get when you realize you were the best someone ever had. They see everything they could have had and everything they want with you wherever they go. When you realize that you are irreplaceable and your impact sticks and DOESNT go away.” – India Dupriez explained
India Dupriez is riding a steep trajectory to become a major name in pop music. Her unique voice allows her to blend and transcend genres, establishing a style that’s uniquely her own.
Miiesha (pronounced My-ee-sha) is a rising 22-year old singer-songwriter from a small Aboriginal community of Woorabinda in remote Australia. She released a stunning music video not too long ago for her “Damaged” single. The cinematic video features images of Miiesha’s real family (her brothers, sister, and aunt). Viewers are given an intimate look into her family’s struggle. Also, the video finds them wrestling with feelings of grief, each member doing so in their own unique way.
“‘Damaged’ is my most personal song yet and the most painful for me. It is a song about the broken relationship I have with my mother. And how much I have wanted it to heal. Also, how much I have tried to fix it, only to find myself hurting more.” – Miiehsa stated
‘Damaged’ is an unabashedly vulnerable take on intergenerational trauma and grief. The song showcases the depth of Miiesha’s soulful vocals and ability to convey the intricacies of the human experience. Also, “Damaged” takes listeners on a deep dive into the pain and disconnect that accompanies familial loss.
JEX is a rising singer-songwriter from New Jersey. Not too long ago, she released a lovely lyric video for her first solo single, entitled, “2AM,” her official debut for Eddie O Entertainment/Casablanca Records.
“I tried to capture the personal experience of not being able to sleep because you’re thinking about someone. You’re not in love with this person, but at that time of night, it sometimes feels like you are. This person is just on your mind.” – JEX explained
JEX recognized her calling as a kid in a small South Jersey farm town outside of Philadelphia. Her father gigged regularly, and he brought JEX out on stage at a young age. She studied piano for twelve years and gained a deep understanding of theory. At the same time, she taught herself how to compose by listening to everyone from Lady Gaga, Sia, Amy Winehouse, Boston, and Foreigner.
Chesney Claire is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter based in Las Vegas, NV. Not too long ago, she released an appealing music video for her “Come Alive” single, which tells an intriguing tale about a young woman who is on the prowl at 3 AM for someone to give her heart to. Apparently, she’s running out of options and doesn’t like being alone. Later, she meets a guy who wants to make her growl.
‘Come Alive’ contains a relationship-based narrative, ear-pleasing vocalization, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Ayelle, Sofi de la Torre, and Ella Collier. The likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with contemporary pop and dark R&B vibration. Furthermore, “Come Alive” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Chesney Claire in the near future.
Kristin Sesselja is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Reykjavík, Iceland. Not too long ago, she released an empowering girl-pop anthem, entitled, “Perfect for Me,” which finds Kristin Sesselja addressing men who don’t care about the women in their lives. Apparently, Kristin wants to form a clever girls union, entitled, Heartbroken Girl Society, where women can gather for communions. Kristin would host the reunions, where massive tea will be spilled. Later, she admits you can hate the game, but also f*** the players because they’re the ones to blame. Also, they lie and cheat, say everything is fine, but still go and f*** every girl they see.
“I wanted to write a song that was for us girls who were just sick of being treated poorly. But instead of whining about it and being sad, we’re taking back the power by rejecting those that have rejected us. My dream is for this song to be a go-to road trip song to roll down all your windows to and scream it to the world.” – Kristin Sesselja explained
We conducted an intriguing interview not too long ago with Scarlet Ayliz, an up-and-coming singer-songwriter/performer. During our wonderful conversation, she talked about life, the greatest obstacle she had to overcome, and the Internet impact on the music business.
Scarlet Ayliz: I’m from a small town in Massachusetts that I won’t name because I don’t like anyone here. Life here is pretty safe, but the town is almost stuck in the ‘50s/60s and obsessed with nuclear families. My family is blended, so my upbringing has allowed me to know many different walks of life. My family is mixed with different cultures because we’re a combination of Puerto Rican and African American people; not to mention my grandma married a Jewish man. So life in my house has always been pretty groovy and fun.
We conducted an intriguing interview not too long ago with Ladi Rosa, an up-and-coming singer-songwriter/performer. During our conversation, Rosa talked about her “Personal Space” single and the greatest obstacle she had to overcome.
Ladi Rosa: I was born in Connecticut but raised in Florida. I have a younger brother who was born in Florida and both of my parents are Puerto Rican. I really love singing. There’s nothing better than to feel the artist through their words. I believe the love I have for music was all the inspiration I needed. And many different artists played their part in how I write and what I write about. The type of music I create would be more of a soft or love type of music. The process I have for creating is based on how my day is going and how I’m feeling that day; or even what’s going on in my life.
The location is South-side Jamaica, a rough and tough neighborhood in Queens, New York, and home to Babita Harris, an uninsured single parent who falls ill after returning home from vacation. She is taken to a hospital, where Salome McBryant diagnoses her with having black fever disease, which has done a significant amount of damage to her liver. With a couple of months to live, Babita's only hope of survival is a costly liver transplant. But with no health insurance, the chance of surgery is slim. What she needs is a quarter of a million dollars in cash. And that's when Barnes, her only son, along with his best friends, Demus and Baker, spring into dangerous action to get the money. Though their road is paved with good intentions, the brothers in arms are in for a few surprises and a whole lot of heat in this supernatural thriller which tells two remarkable tales of crime and redemption.
Barnes, Demus, and Baker are back with another actioned-packed adventure. This time, they travel to Monomotapa, Alkebulan, where the king and queen were recently slain by Ego, a familiar nemesis whom the three Black boys thought they had destroyed in the afterlife. But they were deeply mistaken. Now, Ego has in his possession The Hotep Brother Manuscript, a sacred book filled with spiritual laws and enchanting spells, which he uses to turn the Monomotapan military into Egomaniacs. By his side is Deadra, a divine entity, and their goal is to rule Monomotapa and discontinue all shipments of gold to Planet Black, the home of the deities. Currently, the black planet is vulnerable, protected by a thin layer of gold that is quickly depleting. With the threat of an incoming meteoroid shower looming, there’s no telling what might happen to Planet Black if a large shipment of gold doesn’t arrive there soon.