New Music Friday: Elisa Savoca, Juliana, Muni Long, Cravity, Stefflon Don, Cyn & Kären McCormick

Rising singer-songwriter Elisa Savoca has announced today’s premiere of her mesmerizing new single. “Falling” “ is available now via all DSPs and streaming services. The track is joined by an official video, self-directed and edited by Savoca at her Los Angeles home during quarantine and streaming now via YouTube.

Following her debut last month, emerging pop singer and songwriter Juliana, has released her new single "Burn." Written after a bout of depression, "Burn" served as a breakthrough moment for Juliana. in both her mental health and her songwriting. The song allowed the Los Angeles-born and based artist to release negative emotions she'd been dealing with for years, take control of her life, and grow into a positive and powerful woman. Juliana. has also released a symbolic visual for the liberating pop song.

Singer, songwriter and sonic anomaly Muni Long returns with the highly anticipated release of her second single "Breakin Up" – a soft, sultry, mid-tempo ode to ending a relationship that has seemingly ran its course. The Phillip R. Lopez directed video travels with Muni Long through evolving scenes exploring depth, tone and a moody texture – a perfect compliment to her already expressive yet intentional fashion prowess.

K-Pop Rookie boy band, Cravity, have released a bright and fun choreography video for their funk-based song "Ohh Ahh." The song comes off their 2nd album, "Cravity Season2."

Today critically acclaimed British rapper, singer and songwriter Stefflon Don releases the video for her new single “Can’t Let You Go” (Quality Control Music/Motown).The video, directed by Adriaan Louw (Major Lazer, Mabel), see Stefflon and her Dons dancing and making glamour look cool.
Rising artist, Cyn returns with a love letter to the city that never sleeps, "New York," which is out today via Unsub Records. Written by Cyn and British award-winning singer-songwriter-producer Jack Garratt, "New York" is a beautiful ode to the city and to those who dream.
On the heels of her debut EP release, Kären McCormick unveils the music video for the title track, "Retro." Premiered exclusively by the Nashville Scene and also featured on, the music video spotlights vintage throwbacks including "the rotary telephone and the circle-skirted McCormick making eyes at her letterman-jacket-clad beau" (Nashville Scene). Directed by Oceanna Colgan, the "Retro" video also captures a handful of timeless records from country artists including Reba McEntire, Charley Pride and Johnny Cash.

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