Marina Massanova’s New Single, ‘Normality’ Will Stop You Dead in Your Tracks

Untamed and brimming with raw rap energy, MARINA MASSANOVA‘s latest smash track takes us on an adrenaline-drenched thrill ride through a furious flurry of genres. From the hard-hitting hip-hop bars to the drastic flip into hardbass, here’s one song that’s bold, daring and impossible to ignore.

When she pitched the idea to her beatmaker he thought she was crazy to mix together such a whimsical selection of genres. Marina persevered though and they are both elated with the end result. It all started when she conjured up an idea for a song that questions what “normal” really is. She called up her rapper friend Chris Jenkins straight away and they wrote the song together over video call. The duo really dug deep into the darker side of themselves to pull together something that really bares her soul for all the world to see.

The Ukrainian singer-songwriter also directed the video. Dripped in cool, calm charisma, it shows her with her two friends from first grade getting into all kinds of mischief. From visuals of intercourse with an imaginary guy, to the slapping of buttocks, it really grabs your attention and stops you dead in your tracks.

So if you can handle it, why not press play on ‘Normality’ below…

Total Brutal Spreads Positivity Through New Single, ‘Egypt’

TOTAL BRUTAL is the new indie pop solo project from Los Angeles based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Emily Moore, who has a goal of spreading positivity and self-empowerment.

Her latest single ‘Egypt’ is an 80’s funk-fueled tinged song, oozing with soaring harmonies and warm, muted vocals, ‘Egypt’ narrates trying to get the feeling back of being a kid and the excitement of what the future holds. Moore confides, “I constantly need to remind myself to play more and lighten up. It’s easy to get lost in the seriousness of life but I want to go through life having fun and viewing everything with curiosity.”

Inspired by strong female artists, Total Brutal is determined to help other young women make their worth known and their voices heard. She shares, “It took me a really long time to understand that I am allowed to speak up, have opinions and speak directly. I’m starting to realize that I can be myself and be liked and professional all the same. I want to help foster that adventurous spirit and confidence in young women!”

Have a listen to ‘Egypt’ below…