Tay Money Delivers Attitude And Spunk On Blockedt

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Emerging rapper, Tay Money’s latest release, Blockedt packs a punch with turn-up worthy beats and bold bars. The Texas native places her distinct accent on display with sass and charisma with every verse. The ten-track project features her breakout hit, “Bussin 2.0” featuring Saweetie along with her collaboration with Mulatto on “Brat.” Despite the repetitive nature of each song’s chorus, …

New Music Alert: Emma Charles “Fog”

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Emma Charles has the sweetest voice, and her haunting melodies really stick with you. She just bleeds vulnerability and authenticity in a way that the music scene desperately needs. Her new song “Fog” embodies everything we love about her, poetic lyrics, ethereal vocals, with soft pianos but a dynamic chorus. It’s effortlessly cathartic—the perfect soundtrack for the moment. The new …

Liz Huett: You’re Never Too Flawed To Start Over

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We’ve been Liz Huett fans for a long time. She’s like your best friend that’s going to tell it to you straight. She doesn’t gloss over the hard truths, but it’s all about love and growth. Her new song, “That’s What You Get” is about how she had to rebuild herself after she hurt someone she loved. It’s raw and honest …

Ben Hazlewood’s “Grave Relief” Is A Song For Healing

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Ben Hazlewood’s gorgeous voice has always stood on its own, but with “Grave Relief” he brings a new layer to his music. The song is deeply personal but important for his fans, and everyone, to hear. Tell me about your song “Grave Relief” what’s the story behind it? Ben: Grave Relief is a song about my journey with mental health, …

New Music Alert: Lemaitre

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Lemaitre is comprised of Norwegian duo Ketil Jansen and Urik Denizou. Their latest, “Big” is following “Rocket Girl” with a Betty Who feature and if you know anything about me, you know I love Betty. Ketil says, “We were all on a Beatles vibe that day and wanted to try something that kind of sounded like that, but also sounded electronic and fresh. There are a lot of weird, out-of-tune sounds in the song, but big electronic drums playing the backbeat. For the outro, we played our own brass instruments (we can’t really play), to get a fun vibe going.