Phil Good has created, and excuse the pun, feel-good pop music. His latest, “Put It All On Me” is the perfect upbeat melody to help get you through the toughest week of your life. It’s having your favorite comfort food on a single track. In the world of pop music, Good is creating his own lane with the electric punk and indie vocals.
Bishop Briggs Releases New Song “Baby”
We love Bishop Briggs and she just released her new song “Baby” and it’s absolutely perfect. The song is catchy but still has that edge we expect from Bishop. She says, “My new single, ‘Baby’ is about my love life. I am learning that in order to love someone else you have to love yourself. I feel that imperfections have …
New Music Alert: Kris Angelis Stained Glass
Kris Angelis has the most perfect way of telling stories. Her lyrics just hit really hard, her new song “Stained Glass” is about being broken but coming back stronger. We talked to Kris about the new song and her upcoming EP.
New Song Alert: Fleurie’s Constellate
Fleurie’s music is unlike anything I’ve heard, and her new song “Constellate” is a dreamy pop masterpiece that uses her signature lush soundscapes. We’re so excited to listen to a clip of the song that comes out tomorrow.
New Music Alert: Sydney Ray’s ‘Big’ Is Your New Motivational Anthem
Here at The New Nine, we’re so excited to find up-and-coming artists, especially young women. When we first heard Sydney Ray’s “Big” we couldn’t help but be inspired. We talked to Sydney about what keeps her motivated.
Female Musicians Are Not Prostitutes
This week when I saw Little Mix trending on Facebook I assumed it was about Perrie Edwards slamming Zayn in their new song “Shout Out To My Ex”. A song the whole girl-gang of New Nine contributors was excited to hear. I was shocked and confused when instead they were trending because of their outfits. The Mirror, is not a reputable journalism source, they mostly write trash articles about trashy things, but having the power to make an article trend is nothing to shake your head at. Just so you don’t give them the benefit of your link clicks, I’ll quote them for you.