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Lay Up

Some days you just feel like sleeping in all day with that special someone and forgetting about life’s problems only focusing on each others energy. Not only does Ella Mia relate but she made a song for such days with her latest release “lay Up” in which she soaks up sun vibes by the poolside enjoying dinner and life with her love. This single comes at the perfect time setting the tone for valentines day make sure you stream the video below and as always…

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‘Rise Up’

Toronto-based Soul/Pop artist Liz Loughrey drops an inspiring visual for her new single ‘Rise Up’. With over 2 million views on her Youtube channel, Loughrey has managed to create a devoted and growing fanbase by winning their hearts with her soulful sound blended with uplifting lyrics. Greatly influenced by Etta James and Sade, Loughrey is a genuinely old soul who creates a brand of pop that speaks to the past and signals a bright future.

Written and produced in Miami by Liz Loughrey, Adrian X (The Weeknd, Drake, Kylie Minogue) and Supa Dups (Drake, Party Next Door, Mary J Blige) Rise Up! is a catchy and refreshing song which stands for positive change. It is a call to action that says it’s time to stop living a life of complacency or in the words of the song, it’s time for us to ‘take less and give a little more’. Loughrey adds ‘Rise Up! is more than a song, it’s a movement. The #RiseUpMovement is all about telling the stories of people who are positively impacting the world and encouraging people of all ages and walks of life to Rise Up in their communities. We turn on the news and are constantly bombarded with negativity and so it’s easy to feel powerless, but the #RiseUpMovement is spreading the message that we can do amazing things when we work together.. when we make LOVE our theme, and PEACE our goal’. 

 With that objective in mind, Liz Loughrey has created the Rise Up Workshops. She is currently visiting schools across the country to encourage youth to think outside the box and start making their own positive impact on their community. The stories collected throughout her workshops will be shared on her website. Anyone can take part in the movement by submitting their own story on Social Media using the #RiseUpMovement hashtag.

Rise Up! is the debut single taken from her upcoming EP which is set to be released sometime next year.

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Street Corner Poet

Today’s post comes from the street wordsmith Siri as she expresses her raw emotions and spills her soul through poem. Speaking with passion about political and cultural problems with honesty rather than defense and providing a platform of discussion for her listeners. Raising awareness about generational problems that plagues all humans. Using her words as a mirror, writing about her surroundings and personal experiences to create growth.  Framing her opinions through language and imagery creating a picture that brings her words to life. Make sure you check out her latest below and stay tuned for more material in the near future!

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How You Want It

The new self-proclaimed West coast queen Kamiyah blesses our page with her latest single “How you Want It”. Kamiyah exudes a smooth gangsta vibe, paving her own lane with confidence. Explaining how she prides herself in being different as well as the obstacles she has to overcome being a female emcee. Using that negative energy to become artist and turning it into motivation. Make sure you stream the video below and as always….

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BOOM

Nadia Rose a 23-year-old MC from south London was tired of feeling like a robot. She felt like she needed to do something different to feel like herself. Realizing her passion for music she quit her day job and invested into her musical career. Nadia is no stranger to music, she began writing her own rhymes as a teenager with her father who was a local DJ. Since then she has honed her own style and contributes her own versatile flow to a developing genre in British rap.  She brags about her skills on the single “BOOM” in which she states: “I kill rap beats then I kill techno. Not to mention, she’s got punch lines for days.”  With her witty lyrics and no holds bar attitude, Nadia finds ways of turning any rhythm into a fun hook, making any song she blesses magical. Make sure you are on the lookout for her EP dropping in September, as well as stream her latest single :BOOM: below, and as always….

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