Levi Colston

Party anthems seem to have the same narrative and visual theme when reimagined as music videos, but while some are content to do the same things their rivals and influences just did, Vineet wants to blaze forward in the new single “PFH,” shorthand for party from home. “PFH” invites us into a TikTok-style collage of
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Your music is really thoughtful. How long do you contemplate what the subject matter will be? Thank you! It feels like a very natural process. Whatever is going on in my life is usually taking up the most space in my mind, so every song I’ve written comes out as a part of the contemplation.
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Deborah Lee Fong is one of those all-around performing talents with the ability to transform anything she participates in. This is thanks to her singular skillset, personality, and background. Fong is a trained dancer with specialties in the salsa and pole dancing styles and those talents are major contributors to an over three decade long
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AV Super Sunshine are back again and this time they have an infamous character charging the way – “Frankenstein” is a bit ridiculous and a chunk of a rocking hidden gem. Mixed together with bass lines that throb well into the night and the modest vocals of a soft-spoken, but still confident voice,  “Frankenstein” has enviable
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Are you making any rounds with testing out new music on the road?  Edem: No plans for playing live just yet. We test out our music by recording it and working with the pieces for about 3 months. This is our “trial by fire.” Brett: If you consider the internet as a “Super Highway”, then yes. We have
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Virtual parade to be broadcast online and around the globe Wonderama wants you to “add some meaning to your Halloween-ing” and is proud to present the “Biggest Halloween Parade in History,” taking place in New York City’s Times Square celebrating Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF on October 30, 2021 starting at 7:00PM EDT. When we say, “big,”
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The opulence of piano couture and oracle Randy Edelman lies not only within his music compositions but also in the romance of his attitude, and the enchantment of the keys when his fingers glance at them often sounding like liquid mathematics, or perfumed smoke or operatic punk rock.   Spawned by the finale conclusion to
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Gigi Vega’s 2020 debut during a pandemic seems, at first glance, a bad time for making an entrance onto the public stage. “Mistletoe Kiss” however proved a notable commercial and critical success. Now, she’s back with another chart-topper, “Down Crazy,” that poises her to pick up where she left off. The song is further evidence
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Throbbing, pulsating, cornering us around every turn in the rhythm. When you’re listening to a song as guitar-laden as “Overwhelming” by Riku is, it can be hard to focus on anything other than the fiery fretwork holding everything together at the top of the mix; that said, with a voice like Riku’s in the song,
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It isn’t championing some social cause or advocating revolution. Vineet, instead, wants to inspire listener to see their personal freedom and explore it to the fullest. Life is short. He doesn’t get up on an aural soapbox and hector listeners with his ideas, thank god, but instead dramatizes those sentiments with an exhortative lyric. It
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Psychedelia doesn’t have to mean flower power lyrics and a lot of heavy guitar fuzz; in fact, the absence of these features often makes a cerebral piece of music all the more entrancing for the listener. Head Fake Vs Dub Fu Masters is a new eponymous EP from collaborating forces inside a burgeoning pool of talent in
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Brooke Josephson’s new single release “Rainbow” comes from her forthcoming studio EP Showin’ Up. It’s an ironic title for no other reason than it implies the bare minimum, in some uses, while Josephson goes far beyond anything resembling a token or cookie-cutter effort. “Rainbow” has an uniformly positive message running through its lyrics that never succumbs
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My number one platform currently is Instagram… I love using it to interact with different fans… But also enjoyed posting music related or fitness photos as well as behind the scenes videos.. I am also very involved with BIGO Live! It is a great way to interact with the fans and get my voice out
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What seems the most pivotal when it comes to an artist’s career? What an interesting and great question!  I guess if you stand still that can really mean the end of a career. Continuing to move and keep moving is pivotal to be relevant, interesting and show you will always strive to be better than
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When I was starting up “R.U.O.K.,” I first tried to decipher what the initialism could stand for. There wasn’t a word that it ultimately spelled so the concept of it being an acronym didn’t stick. Still, my gears were spinning. “Really Unclear Ornery Kings.” Probably not that. “Radically Unusual Octopus Kisses.” Swing and a miss.
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The sordid history of Black America has finally been scrutinized like never before this past year. One of the events that has been researched and discussed a ton is the horrific fate that befell the Black citizens of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the early 1920s. Darrell Kelley, a singer/songwriter and R&B artist,
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Pianos, synths, basslines and smooth vocals make for a sexy combo when they’re arranged just the right way, and of the young players I’ve heard taking a crack at these ingredients, Dici is one of the only pop singers I’ve heard with an actual decent recipe to them in. His new single “Five Rings” has been making
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What does the new song “Trouble” from newcomer Ashley Suppa have to do with the band KISS? It might be a stretch, but you can say that Suppa got her start singing backup on one the legendary “Detroit Rock City” and “Beth” rocker’s solo albums. That was when she was 6. Now, at 18, Suppa
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One never forgets their first love – the first time they experienced the rush and chills that go up your spine when you see your love. In the single, “All The Time” from her debut self-titled album, KECHI, singer Kechi Okwuchi bottles up that sensation and excitement. Though one of many America’s Got Talent contestants to carve
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Sam Green and the Time Machine, like many other modern performers, has made great use of the Spotify platform to expand their audiences. Green’s unique synthesis of traditional music, blues, country, and other forms has proven to be a winner among Spotify’s users with an assortment of tracks receiving the most attention. These specific performances
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