EM Shares Mystical Yet Pop-Friendly Single, ‘Say What You Mean’

Singer/songwriter EM‘s latest single, ‘Say What You Mean,’ weds pointed lyrics about forthrightness in a relationship to an otherworldly yet pop-friendly musical sound-scape. Produced by Chris Young, the song is the centerpiece of the her self-titled seven -song EP, ‘EM’

Directed by Parris Mayhew, the mesmerizing video prominently shows off Em’s (short for Emily) sensually and supernaturally. The New Jersey-native is dressed in a provocative gown, her raven hair streaked in white, deep red lipstick setting off bewitching green eyes and mystical elements such as ghostly clones, tarot cards and raindrops that turn to tears.

EM is already in the midst of completing another EP by the end of this year, working with famed Motown producer Michael B. Sutton (Sound of Los Angeles Records) and Gregor Stobie of Glasgow, Scotland.

‘Say What You Mean’ is now available on all DSPs…check out the video for the single below…

Asha Gold Shares Single Oscar, Calling Out Liars And Cheaters

In spite of the increasing pressures of covid-19 on the whole music industry, rising R&B artist ASHA GOLD has managed to establish her fledgling music career with swan-like success. Her journey began in December 2019 with the release of her first single ‘Too Good’, followed by more high-vibrational R&B and pop inspired tracks ‘Passenger’ and ‘Debut’.

Coming almost full circle, Asha’s fourth single ‘Oscar’ arrives in this increasingly chillier time of year to brings us some warmth vocals, old-school R&B melodies and a fresh pop production, all of which has a lot to say about liars and cheats who deserve to be called out.

The press and radio highlights for Asha Gold over the past year have been extensive – she has received repeated support from BBC Radio 1, Playlist Support from BBC Asian Network, BBC Radio 1 Xtra, BBC Introducing London, Selector Radio, Amazing Radio and the Student Radio Network.

Over in the world of music press, Asha Gold has been featured on Colors, Clash Magazine, Earmilk, The Line Of Best Fit, Elevator, Variance, Gal-dem, CloudKid, Get In Her Ears, Stereofox, LIQUID, Fred Perry Subculture, Acid Stag and many more.

Asha Gold’s debut EP will arrive early 2021…but for now, check out the video for ‘Oscar’…

Check out Terreur Nocturne Latest Track, ‘The Other Side’ + Video

Following from their debut appearance on the blog with track, ‘Necropole’ (which claimed the Song of the Week title earlier this month), MC Phylis and BeatMaker-rapper Max T – aka  TERREUR NOCTURNE –  bounces right back, teaming up with SquashComp.com for latest joint, ‘The Other Side’.

Featuring boisterous flaming trap vibes with pop sensibilities, ‘The Other Side’ is accompanied by a clip from Big Eyes Production, evoking the abysmal grandeur of Quebec landscapes….Check it out below…

AJ Mamba Sheds Light on Black Issues With New Single

With over a decade of experience in theatrical arts, Philly-born lyricist,  AJ MAMBA aims to push the boundaries of hip-hop and R&B with creative wordplay and fearless honesty that’s entertaining.

His first single release on Estabrook Road Records, ‘Black People’, was actually written and produced prior to the current moments occurring in America. The single chronicles the historical and reflective view of the trials and tribulations of African Americans as a whole and is intentioned to make the audience think about different perceptions of reality.

 Check out the official video for single below…

Middle Part Shares Brand New Single, ‘Busy’

Andrew Selkōw, who goes under the moniker, MIDDLE PART, shares his brand new  single, ‘Busy’, inspired by early millennium alt pop artists like Michelle Branch and Natalie Imbruglia, with a modernised sonic twist to the likes of Clairo.

Speaking of his latest offering, Selkōw says: “A lot of this record is about ego, vulnerability, and dealing with loss. It’s also about finding a balance with your mental well being. Busy touches on that theme of letting go of your ego and being more vulnerable with the people around you. That’s the message I’m trying to get across, and I feel that ties in with the EP’s title, which is all about being more present rather than mentally checked out.”

‘Busy’ is the third single off Middle Part’s upcoming six-track EP, ‘I Wish I Was Alive’ which is heavily driven by his personal experiences, his shortcomings, his struggle with depression, dissociation and overall loss.

Have a listen below…