Multicultural Songstress Renay Unveils New Album, “Pure Love”
Rising Pop Artist Promises Genre-Blending Songs Examining Love from All Angles
Los Angeles, CA — San Francisco-based Dutch/Bolivian pop artist Renay has released her debut album, Pure Love, a melting pot of her singular songwriting, production and meditations on love. The album is now available for download and streaming on digital platforms worldwide.
Up-and-coming New Vocalist Mahalia Fontaine Releases New Single “Empires” on Feb. 21st, 2020.
Hailing from West London, powerhouse Mahalia Fontaine debuts as a solo artist, with a gift far beyond her years. Her music is an extension of her bold personality drawing influences from Fela Kuti, Bob Marley and D’angelo and vocal influences by Mahalia Jackson and Sarah Vaughn.
Newcomer Maurice Smith Inspires Through Soulful New Single
“I Still Believe” Produced By Hitmaker Doobie Powell
Singer Maurice “Reggie” Smith speaks in a quiet tone that conceals his vibrant singing voice. The skilled singer can deliver lush ballads, unconstrained worship, and inspirational urban songs with ease which comes straight from the depths of his heart.
Jonathan Emile releases debut reggae album Spaces-in-Between (MindPeaceLove / Tuff Gong International) and new video for “Try A Likkle More”
Jamaican-Canadian singer-songwriter and cancer survivor Jonathan Emile takes a deep dive into his roots with the release of his debut reggae album Spaces-In-Between (January 24, 2020).
Rising R&B Singer-Songwriter J. Brown Releases New Debut EP, “FOREVER YOURS.”
“Forever Yours” will be released this Friday, January 24th, on all steaming platforms via the MoCha Music label imprint. Writers and Producers for “Forever Yours” EP, include; J. Brown, Steve James, Charles Farrar, Maurice Harley, GC and Quaid. Last week, J. BROWN released his new single, “MOON” to rave reviews. “Moon” was written by J. Brown and Steve James and produced by G.C.
Check out the Hot New Single From The New Artist “Eye Candy” By MeMe Yashal
MeMe Yahsal was born and raised in the small town of Blackville, SC where she started singing in the church choir at the young age. She grew up in a multi-talented, musical environment with her parents and siblings singing soul, blues and gospel.