Boy Virgo takes classic songwriting down a contemporary creative pathway for this latest single.
“In a world of all things digital, how do you find something real?”
A gorgeously appreciative yet self-aware dedication to a significant other. It’s a refreshing contemporary take on a love song, with considerable realism in that things can be complicated, feelings can change.
Stylishly blending a jazz-cafe-style soundscape with paired vocals, harmonies, and a fine sense of structure, Greener delivers immediate good vibes instrumentally, and proceeds to weave around you a web of realism that’s strangely calming to listen to.
Atlanta’s DJ Super Will has crafted an unexpected hit with this single, effectively breaking down the walls between genres, and veering off along his own unique yet brilliantly engaging pathway.
Echoing into the room with the emotive and uplifting melody and hook that is Keep your head up, It’s Time is a single that speaks volumes on behalf of the passion and positive mindset of BIG MENIZ.
By manner of a beautifully emotive, solo-piano lead, Jennifer Jess weaves a soundscape and story around listeners that poetically and intimately connect for their deeply truthful, personal and revealing nature.
Prior to the release of his brand new album The Past (Romanticized), we were gifted the opportunity to talk in depth with long-time songwriter and artist D.K. Lyons. We discuss the new project, his journey so far as a musician, developing guitar skills, the effects of the pandemic, and plenty more. Here’s how it went. … Continued
“Growing up in a small town like Port Arthur was rough, but I made it with GOD by my side. Little known fact – Port Arthur has a history of music and it influenced me a lot, the Old School vibe.”
Driving with blissful good vibes, a smooth set-up and an equally smooth, soulful performance style, the aptly titled Love Yourself confidently reminds listeners to take good care of themselves and appreciate every new day of life.
S-E-R-E-N-A is a jam, a great rhythm and classic ambiance, natural instrumentation and easy to visualize in a live setting.
There are enough disparate rhythms, unexpected melodic developments and snatched moments of character that help set Dream Catcher apart from a lot of its rivals. It feels authentic and McMillan sells it well.