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Interview: Princess Goes To the Butterfly Museum discusses formative years, debut EP, current goals

Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum is a New York-based supergroup led by actor Michael C. Hall, best known for his roles on television (HBO’s Six Feet Under, Showtime’s Dexter) as well as his longstanding presence on Broadway (Skylight, Chicago, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, et al). Formed in 2017, …

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Single Review: 10Apart – “Blossom”

10Apart is an up-and-coming R&B/hip hop duo from Washington, DC. Sporting the respective aliases of Six and Sixteen, the group’s name signifies two factors: their birth 10 days apart from one another, and, ultimately, their enduring friendship since childhood. Currently, the two strive for consistent output of one single every …

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Album Review: Elmark Music – Power of Praise Volume 1 (2020)

Earlier this month, Elmark Music released the 2020 edition of Power of Praise Volume 1. Following the album’s debut, it rose to a modest #79 on the DRT Global Top 150 Independent Airplay chart, while fairing more respectably at #14 on the top 50 Gospel/Inspirational Airplay chart. Throughout, this compilation …

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Multi-Talented, Multi-Platinum Singer/Songwriter T.R.O.Y Drops New Single “Leave Wit Me” Feat Bryson Tiller

LOS ANGELES (MARCH 2020) – T.R.O.Y.  Wembley, a multi-platinum singer/songwriter from the west side of Chicago, drops his latest single, “Leave Wit Me,” feat. Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Bryson Tiller. “Leave Wit Me” a prelude to T.R.O.Y.’s highly-anticipated mixtape titled “Musical Gumbo,” set to drop this summer.  Musical Gumbo will feature varies genres, …

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Interview: Nikki Yanofsky discusses her upcoming album, Black Sheep

Nikki Yanofsky is a Canadian singer/songwriter based in Montreal, Quebec. Nicknamed ‘big mouth’ in her formative years, her environment was characterized by the music of soul singers with fittingly big voices, notably Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin, and Stevie Wonder. During the release of her 2013 debut album, Nikki, Yanofsky was …

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Album Review: Annabelle – XI:XI

Denver, Colorado R&B/neo-soul artist Anna Orsborn, who records and performs under the mononym Annabelle, is kicking off 2020 right. In the two weeks since her full-length album, XI:XI, was released, it has been continually well-received among various musical outlets and streaming sites. Prior to that, Annabelle achieved initial success with …

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Album Review: RPxSB – AudioPorn

San Francisco’s RPxSB (an abbreviation of the stage names Roddy Picante and Stay-Bizzy) initially laid the blueprints for their project during their college days, creating an unreleased demo album titled The Cutty Online Mixtape. From there, the hip hop duo’s efforts would carry over into two additional splinter albums, TMP …

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Single Review: BILL – “From the Soul”

Born in Humbolt County and bred in Southern California, multigenre Native American artist BILL has crafted a sound all his own. He has assumed several monikers over the course of his career, including Wild BILL, Young BILL, and Chief BILL, all of which encompass a respective hybrid of R&B, trap, …

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Multi-platinum Producer And Canadian Pop Phenom Combine For Irresistible New Single

Award-winning teen r&b/pop singer Sofia Evangelina will release “Smile” on December 6th. It was produced by Roy Hamilton III (Britney Spears, Michael Jackson.) Already a multiple award-winning artist, Canadian teen pop/r&b singer Sofia Evangelina is carving her path into the music world, with her commanding stage presence, powerhouse vocals and …

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EP Review: RIIV – All Night

Joseph Riverson is an up-and-coming singer/songwriter, originally from Haiti and based in Connecticut. Under the artist name RIIV, Riverson has overcome numerous odds to make it in music, an effort that has steadily paid off since his initial pursuit back in 2015. Following the success of last year’s single, “Beautiful,” …

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