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Serena Isioma "King"

Serena Isioma has released a new single called "King". The track was produced by Saint Lewis and is accompanied by Michael Del Rosario directed video below.

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Gem Tree "Make Me Wanna"

Gem Tree recently released a new single called "Make Me Wanna" via Rosebud Allday. This is her third single of 2020 and follow-up to the Psych Pop ballad "Mums" which was released over the summer.

“Good Good” will be Gem Tree's debut EP and will be dropping this Friday, October 30th.





Dylan Chambers lets loose in new single "Ya Feelin’ Good?"

With a cascading euphoria channeled via luscious falsettos and slippery guitar licks, Dylan Chambers escapes 2020 in his new single “Ya Feelin’ Good?” and does it with hot flair. Funky and free, with a bap-bap lightning beat, “Ya Feelin’ Good?” has an aim to get you dancing, and Dylan Chambers takes command with an energetic attitude that is felt both in the cream-smooth pre-choruses and in the song’s tail-end electric guitar shred. Dylan Chambers, a Los Angeles resident since 2011, allows himself a moment of celebration, during a career that keeps on blossoming through hard work, and invites you to join in: stream “Ya Feelin’ Good?” for your ticket to the party. - René Cobar

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Band name: 
Honey Made
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/HoneyMadeATX/
Venue name: 
Purple Bee TV
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A Deli Premiere: "Nasty Woman" by Chel

In such a contentious election year, with so many voices drowned in the mix, few are heard, others cut fiercely, defiantly through the noise, and that is the case with Chel’s new single “Nasty Woman.” The singer-songwriter debuts a single and accompanying video that highlights the ardent fight for women’s equality in all fields, in all spheres. With vocals that display force and grace, Chel rides a quaking beat that leads to instrumental swells and ascents that you can’t help but feel profoundly within. In the small bridges of the track, Chel’s voice floats elegantly towards a fabulous beat drop. The song title, a reference to words infamously uttered by President Donald Trump, reminds us that many women have awaited this coming election perhaps most fervently than many, ready to exact change. In “Nasty Woman,” Chel offers a slick and soulful pop single that rattles with hot emotion and frigid, piercing intent. In a year full of statements, some have a bit more bite to them; stream the music video for “Nasty Woman” premiering below. - René Cobar    

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