Earlier this year, Amalia released her new single “Easily”. The 19 years old is committed to achieving gender equality in the UK music industry.Read More
Catégorie : women in music
Sharlene-Monique will be back on tour in November 2021! Until then, she may release some new music. She already presented “Human”, her brand new single, which shows us how attention and kindness towards others can change an entire day.Read More
Delilah Montagu released her new EP, “This Is Not a Love Song”, in which she expresses how she feels about different experiences in her life, including heartbreak.Read More
Kimberose offre un deuxième opus, « Out », sorti le vendredi 29 janvier. Une ode à la renaissance et au self-love après une période douloureuse.Read More
Jazmine Sullivan ends her 5 years break with her brand new album “Heaux Tales”. Music helps her create a safe place for women to express themselves freely and speak their truth.Read More
Sometimes, women can feel like prisoners of their image or what others assume they should be. In her new music video, Amalie Bryde frees herself from those ropes. “Lay Down” is about taking back control over her own life.Read More
En ce mois de janvier 2020, Sôra présente son tout premier album, « Long Life To Phil ». La jeune artiste y rend hommage à son père mélomane et y exprime le chemin qu’elle a parcouru pour embrasser pleinement une carrière d’artiste.Read More
If the discography of Sabriel is a whole other universe, then her latest single Love Again is a galaxy within it. Released this month, Love Again envelops the listener in a shimmering sound that sparkles with psychedelic beats and deep synths. Like the artist’s other work, it is as much a sensory experience as a song, submersing you in color and light.Read More
Stelle Amor wants to make us understand that it’s okay not to be okay, and it’s okay to call out for help. It will make you stronger after all.
Bad things will happen, but the most important is to learn from it, so you will not make the same mistake twice. Everything in life teach you something, good or bad, it’s the goal actually, and Stelle Amor brilliantly remind us that with SOS.Read More
The Tension Acoustic EP represented a re-centering of attention on Malika as a solo artist, for much of her work in the last few years has been collaborativeRead More
Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Nique has emerged onto the RnB scene with her debut single The First, which dropped on November 19th. While she may bring a fresh face to the industry, her voice holds a maturity and expressiveness that belie her youth.Read More
Now that we told you a little bit more about Gillian Heidi, let’s focus on Moonlight, which is for us, her most vulnerable and powerful song.
Moonlight in itself is about a relationship, which feel different to her because it’s an healthy one, on the opposite of the one she is describing in fray, our latest review about her.
“Better Than She Did” is Dasha newest single. The California-based artist overcomes heartbreak by choosing herself and regaining strength.Read More
Indie-pop singer and songwriter Shenna released a video on November 12 for her latest single Try Another Taste. The song is pure, vibrant fun. It delightfully showcases Shenna’s music style, which is characterized by contagious energy and sparkly electronic beats. The accompanying video is like letting rainbow candy melt on your tongue.Read More
Coronavirus inspired the blues singer Georgia Black. Her single « Invisible Enemy » is about superheroes staying home to protect other people. A good reminder that we’re stronger when we’re together.Read More
Maureen Angot, ancienne élève de la Star Academy et collaboratrice de MC Solaar, présente ce vendredi 13 novembre un aperçu de son premier EP, à paraître en 2021. Le premier single, « Alerte Rouge », tire la sonnette d’alarme pour des sujets environnementaux et sociétaux.Read More
Album No. 8 is a lovely soundtrack for autumn because it is mature, graceful, and a bit bewitching. Like the changing leaves of fall this album too marks a change for Melua: a transition to a period of newfound singleness, as she recently separated from her husband of seven years, and also a period of artistic autonomy.Read More
While her first two albums are decidedly reggae, Elevate marks a turn in a new direction. It overflows with energy and hip hop beats. The tracks still have reggae and neo-soul influences, but their composition is super playful. The result is a charming, electric, groovy listen.Read More
Pip Millett re-releases her second EP, « Lost In June ». These 8 tracks (+ bonus track « Stupid People ») show how much family, love and landmarks are important to Pip Millett.Read More