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Haley Brooke’s all new single “One of These Days”

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/haleybrooke618/status/1072237959175434241 Haley Brooke’s all new single “One of These Days” fuses together an organic, pulsating beat with a velvet soft vocal that even pop’s harshest critics will have a hard time resisting. After accumulating a fair share of buzz with her last release, “Where You Are,” the Louisianan singer …

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Country Class by Kaleigh

It’s nothing less than bracing to discover a young singer/songwriter and performer who doesn’t limit themselves like Kaleigh. Born Kaleigh Krause, the now twenty year old UCLA student studying English has expressed a love of music and performing since her infancy and soon demonstrated a real talent in musical theater. …

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S.J. Jananiy – Believe In You

The single “Believe in You” from India native S.J. Jananiy solidifies the growing national renown of this vocalist while positioning her to make a tangible impact on a global stage. She wears countless creative hats without betraying a hint of strain – composer, musician, live performer, music director, producer, keyboardist, …

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Dawg Gone Davis Drops New EP

Horns, synths, saxophones and furious flow that pummels us with words of wit and wisdom are all found in the hysterically whimsical I’m Here for Thee, Midwestern rapper DawgGoneDavis’ latest release. Featuring six songs that have garnered their fair share of attention from independent music buffs over the last year (including …

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Caroline Ferrante Releases Beyond EP

Although Caroline’s songs oftentimes get categorized as folk music, the tracks collected for her Beyond EP encompasses so much more than that broad generalization may suggest. These songs incorporate good, old fashioned gospel sounds, as well as traditional, old school worship elements. The project begins with “River Flow,” which is a choir-ly, …

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