The chart-topping and multi-award winning group Ruff Endz, has released the summer-smash single, "Hopeless," The mid-tempo and 'get you in a summer mood' single is lifted from the recently released chart-topping album, "Rebirth."
DJ/producer Rezz releases the music video for "Taste of You" feat. multi-hyphenate recording artist and actress Dove Cameron via RCA Records. The video is directed by Felicitiy Heath.
D.C. alternative quintet Merci release their new EP, "Subtle Fiction I," via Rise Records: They also share the kaleidoscopic official video for their new single “City Haircut” The song is "about those nights when you’ve had and said too much,” the band shared about the new single.
Amy Shark has released the video for "Worst Day Of My Life" via Wonderlick Recording Company/Sony Music Entertainment Australia/RCA Records. This single is from her #1 ARIA album "Cry Forever." Co-produced by Dann Hume, M-Phazes & Amy Shark, the song is about a relationship that falls to its knees, seeing one half moving on and the other desperately holding on to the idea of them being together again. The video was directed by ARIA award winning director, James Chappell.
Samantka releases the music video for her latest single, "Redemption." Directed by the esteemed director Jack Nine, the soulful ballad takes magical flight with soaring visuals and the elegance that characterizes Samantka. "Redemption" was produced and written by "The Pushers" Antonio Olivera, Daniel Perez, Rafael Valencia, Keith Cooper, and Khristopher Hugh Rickards.
Three-piece alternative rock band Young Culture is back and ready for summer with their new feel-good track, “Hum.” Young Culture worked with Benjamin Leiber and Miguel Barbosa to bring their vibrant world to life, with animation by Matt West (Neck Deep). Filled with catchy riffs and feel-good instrumentals, “Hum” touches on how fun it feels to be in love.
Los Angeles-based pop visionary Terrell Hines releases his new single, “Radon Dungeon.” On the effortlessly smooth, funk-laced track, Hines conjures up visions of a toxic, worse-case scenario but emerges with a seductive anthem worthy of a post-apocalyptic discothèque.