Rising Pop Icon Luke Darling Announces Second Single and Gen Z Anthem: Dreams

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Musical prodigy and rising pop icon Luke Darling announces the release of his second single, Dreams, an anthem for Gen Z that evokes the spirit of resistance to authority and a declaration of independence to the naysayers who deter them. Luke Darling’s Dreams captures the passion and determination that propels every dreamer forward, Gen Z or otherwise.

With a powerful rhythm and a chorus that begs to be chanted, Dreams perfectly captures the ownership of personal power to which we can all relate, in the spirit of Miley Cyrus’ Flowers.

Luke Darling elaborates on this by saying, Dreams is one of my most honest songs. I strive to give as much passion as I can to the music that I make in hopes that others can relate. It’s really about doing things your own way and finding your own path when things get tough.”

Being the innovative multi-instrumentalist that Darling is, he masterfully combines the precision of a modern studio with the untarnished spirit of classic records on Dreams. He grew up in the City of Philadelphia and began developing his genre-bending production, writing, and performance skills at a young age, culminating in left-of-center pop that is timeless yet immediate, ambitious yet deeply relatable. Darling is the total pop package in the tradition of the icons: his artistic genius evokes the greats in a thoroughly modern and deeply authentic way. 

When it comes to writing, producing and recording music, Luke Darling has a unique gift. Written, recorded, mixed and mastered in his small Los Angeles apartment with only the help of his older brother, Luke Darling truly embodies his message repeated throughout the chorus of the song: “I don’t want to go that way.”  With a palpable and uncommonly powerful vulnerability and generation-bridging sound, Darling will capture your heart and soul, and will have you believing in him, and yourself, with every note. 

Courtesy of Appa Entertainment, Luke Darling’s powerful second single Dreams will be available on all music streaming platforms February 23, 2024. 

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Justin Love Drops New Single: Bad Mind

Justin Love Drops New Single: Bad Mind

Justin Love has today unveiled a new song, Bad Mind, a moody R&B track and his second release of 2019. Bad Mind revolves around Love’s sensual vocals, channeling his affection and reflective attitude with sweet melodies over the dark and hazy production. The single takes an intuitive approach to ‘Bad Minds’ discussing a past relationship, and the tumultuous state he’s experienced through their endeavors. Never one to bite his tongue when it comes to expressing his feelings on wax, Love creates a sensible composition that fully embraces his vulnerability.

“My love wasn’t enough, so she decided to search for love elsewhere. She rather the night life.” – remarks Justin Love about Bad Mind

Justin Love was born and raised in New Jersey; with Puerto Rican, Cuban and Chinese roots. Having picked up a local buzz in his hometown, where he honed his performance skills by singing to onlookers at his local mall, Love has developed a rabid following since his early busking days as an adolescent. Love has since earned a Grammy nomination for a songwriting credit on H.E.R.’s smash hit Focus and has amassed millions of streams as an artist in his own right. He’s been lauded by industry heavyweights like Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys and Jermaine Dupri, propelling Love into the top tier of emerging artists to watch in 2019.

Bad Mind is one of a string of singles that Love plans to release over the coming months, gearing up for a big year ahead. Check out the music video for his previous single – Runaway.

Bad Mind was produced by Source (who has also produced for Fetty Wap, NBA Youngboy, Kirko Bangz among others).

Banx & Ranx Drop New Single “Speaker” With Olivia Holt & ZieZie

Banx & Ranx Drop New Single “Speaker” With Olivia Holt & ZieZie

April 5, 2019 (Los Angeles, CA) — Montreal production duo Banx & Ranx has dropped a fresh new early summer anthem “Speaker,” the follow up to their U.K. platinum-selling hit “Answerphone.” “Speaker” features LA-based singer/actress Olivia Holt, known for her starring role on Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger, and fast-rising UK rapper ZieZie. Showcasing a high octane explosion of African grooves, electro-pop energy, and island rhythms, “Speaker” serves as a melting pot of genres crafted by the pair, who are widely acknowledged as pioneers of the ECM (Electro Caribbean Music) movement.

The release of “Speaker” follows the duo’s massive 2018 success “Answerphone,” a U.K. platinum-certified collaboration alongside London-born singer/songwriter Ella Eyre and rapper Yxng Bane which hit the Top 5 in the UK singles chart. Since their 2017 release “LIT,” the pair have also arranged official remixes for the likes of Gorillaz, J Balvin, Jess Glynne, Khalid, Little Mix, Martin Garrix, Sean Paul, and David Guetta. Not stopping there, the duo also worked on tracks for the likes of Dua Lipa, Jonas Blue, and Olly Murs, and co-wrote and produced Nicky Jam’s “No Te Puedo Olvidar” on the “Fenix” album, which was later nominated for the prestigious ‘Album of the Year’ accolade at the Latin Grammy Awards.

Amassing over 200 million streams in their career to date, Banx & Ranx continue their meteoric rise with their unique sound of summer.

AJ Salvatore is “Coming Back To Life” in 2019

AJ Salvatore is “Coming Back To Life” in 2019

AJ Salvatore is back and setting the tone for the new year with his newest release, massive pop single “Coming Back To Life”. With Joe Sparrow on the vocals, the upbeat tempo and high energy chorus is sure to get you on your feet and moving.

AJ Salvatore’s goal with this song was to “try and infuse a solid old school pop vibe with a modern feel,” and that is exactly what he accomplishes in “Coming Back to Life.” Although having previous releases with TrackRecord AI under Universal and HERØ Records under Sony, “Coming Back To Life” is a self-released single and we are here for it.

The 22-year-old is no stranger to the big stage, having performed at EDC Orlando and opening for notable artists such as Borgeous, Carnage, Ghastly, Alvin Risk, Dirty South, Shaun Frank, and SNBRN. His high energy performances and pop twist on electronic music undoubtedly make him one to watch.

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VOILA Release New Single: “Don’t”

VOILA Release New Single: “Don’t”

If you haven’t heard of L.A.’s most promising new pop/rock duo, VOILÀ, you’re about to. Backed by a team of industry juggernauts and having opened for artists including Kesha, The Fray, X Ambassadors, Flume, and Martin Garrix, the duo is set to take over with their refreshing, relatable, and authentic sound. Today, with their brand-new single, Don’t, off their upcoming self-titled debut album, we get a glimpse of great things to come.

“Don’t” deals with subject matter we can all relate to: the bitter yearning and heartache of an unhealthy relationship that, in spite of all the warnings, neither party can escape. The power of the song comes from the personal experiences of the artists, Gus Ross and Luke Eisner.

“I can’t control who I fall for. I can only acknowledge and embrace the sensation of wanting what I know full well isn’t good for me.”
– Gus Ross

“Growing up, there was this willow tree in my front yard. I would always try to climb it, but it was tough. My parents would yell at me and say I was going to get hurt, my friends would say I was wasting my time, and I still have a scar from falling. But, what they didn’t know is that when you got to the top you could see the most beautiful view. A view that made you forget every reason you hated the climb. I fell in love with a girl that was like that willow tree.”
– Luke Eisner

Luke and Gus, who met at USC’s Thornton School of Music, bring two unique backgrounds into creative union. Hailing from London, lead singer Gus got his start in music busking in the streets, eventually rising to play gigs and festivals throughout London’s West End, even performing for the Queen. And from small-town Wisconsin, Luke found music through a passion for literature, building his voice as a lyricist and songwriter for a number of Midwest bands, while maintaining a professional modeling career in tandem with his music.

We are beyond excited for the fresh and authentic sound of VOILÀ, and can’t wait to watch them take over with more infectious hooks and catchy melodies.

Brasstracks Drop Fresh New Summer Single “Too Far Too Fast feat. Thirdstory”

Brasstracks Drop Fresh New Summer Single “Too Far Too Fast feat. Thirdstory”

NYC-based producers Brasstracks, just released a hot new single, “Too Far Too Fast feat. Thirdstory,” from their forthcoming EP, ‘For Those Who Know Part II.’

The romantic summer ballad shows a soulful side of the production duo’s style with refreshing funk and R&B influences throughout. Brasstracks bring a freshly innovated sound of minimal horn-work in, “Too Far Too Fast,” which fuses the same groovy hip hop production reminiscent of their earlier work with Chance the Rapper on his 2016 album ‘Coloring Book.’

Pop trio Thirdstory, is also featured on the track carrying the song with their feel-good lyrics and catchy vocal hooks. The group may sound familiar from also working with Chance and touring with his band back in 2017.

For Those Who Know Part II’ is expected to drop on August 24th and will feature collaborations from Robert Glasper, S’natra, and Xavier Omär.

Check out the newest single below.


SoySauce – Lunch Money (EP) (#EverybodyEats)

SoySauce – Lunch Money (EP) (#EverybodyEats)

I’m just going to leave this here and let the guys from SoSauce (Royal & SoyBoy) break down this new project. Shit is fire!!!