"Creole Love Pt.2" was written by Josh X and produced by BMC Beats and Jean Max Valcourt and the visuals were directed by Wildrey. The track features Haitian music-industry star Mickael Guirand (Carimi, Vayb) and upcoming songstress Saskya and was truly a family affair when recording.
Eric Dash wrote, performed, produced and engineered "Killin' Your Lies." Mixed by Adam Hawkins (Twenty One Pilots, K.Flay, Alanis Morissette) and mastered by Randy Merrill (Taylor Swift, John Mayer, Harry Styles) - this song is a hybrid between a pop/rock anthem and a western. Dash explains, "I don't know how to follow trends. That's not inspiring to me whatsoever. But to do something different and still be accepted...that's what I want. To be accepted as I am".
Jordan Suaste shares the bittersweet but beautifully feel-good video for his new single “Patience.” An intimate look at unrequited love, “Patience” showcases the pure vulnerability and effortless charisma that audiences have come to expect from the 19-year-old singer/songwriter, who first made waves with his breakthrough hit “Body.”
Egypt has a new video and song, "Mood," that sizzles has raw lyricism and striking vulnerability yet swagger, she easily swims through emotions that highlights her ability to showcase weakness yet strength and even sometimes confusion swinging to on-point self-awareness.You may recognize this Pop/R&B fast-rising star from her television roles in Amazon's Music & Murder, Lifetime Network's My Crazy Ex and TV One's Fatal Attraction.
Eighty Ninety — the NYC based alt-pop project of brothers Abner (vocals, production) and Harper (guitar, production) James — will release the official music video for their new single, "Better As Friends." In keeping with the band's musical style, the new music video is both cinematic and minimalist, juxtaposing the picturesque New York City skyline with intimate studio shots.
Purple Disco Machine remains at the forefront of world dance music. With his most recent release, "Exotica," Purple Disco Machine has explored an indie take on nu disco music with the help of rising British act Sophie and the Giants. This sophisticated track has quickly become the producer's biggest hit to date.