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ORSON WILDS – DEBUT SINGLES, “KYOTO”

ORSON WILDS SHARE COVER OF PHOEBE BRIDGERS’ “KYOTO”

DEBUT SINGLES “STAND UP” & “MOTHERS DAUGHTERS” AVAILABLE NOW

Ahead of last week”s Grammys ceremony, Canadian duo Orson Wilds shared a performance of Phoebe Bridgers’ “Kyoto,” exclusively via Brooklyn Vegan. Today, the cover gets a wider release and is available across all streaming platforms.

“Phoebe Bridgers is the ultimate apocalypse music,” vocalist Eric Reid told Brooklyn Vegan. “It feels deeply personal and introspective but there”s also a level of nihilism and despair, which is frankly, everything I look for in an artist. “Punisher” was such a perfect soundtrack for the last year, and it helped both Brianna and myself get through some weird shit. “Kyoto” feels like the outlier on the album and felt the least voyeuristic to cover in terms of subject matter. It’s like a rock song, but super nuanced and not necessarily mixed the way you’d expect a rock song to be mixed, which is a huge part of what makes it so affecting. We approached it from a different angle and tried to keep it as live feeling as we could. We kept our takes to a minimum and sped it up a bit, I think it took like 4 hours to record.”

Orson Wilds’ debut studio singles, “Mothers Daughters” and “Stand Up,” were both recorded and produced by Will Yip (Panic! At The Disco, Turnstile, Title Fight), and will be included on the band”s forthcoming debut album expected to arrive later this year. Released in December, “Stand Up” is already closing in on one million streams globally. The track was commended by UproxxNorthern Transmissions, and The Alternative upon its release, with Uproxx declaring it “one of the most anthemic indie rock jams since Arcade Fire dropped “Wake Up.”” Both tracks are available now on all streaming platforms. Watch the official video for “Stand Up” here and “Mothers Daughters” here.

Orson Wilds, fronted by Eric Reid and Brianna Bordihn, have only played a handful of shows in the Southern Ontario area, focusing mainly on the honing of their craft and sound. This hard work paid off when Yip, an enthusiastic producer with bustling industry savvy, was so taken by the compositional strength of Orson Wilds’ songs that he took the band under his wing, helped them produce two new singles, and signed them to his imprint. Though Reid and Bordihn represent the core of Orson Wilds, an ever-evolving collective of friends and family round out the live iteration of the band with stomping, uplifting electric guitars, horns and woodwind sections, and thrashing, urgent percussion.

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Labrinth’s Cover of Ave Maria

GRAMMY-nominated multihyphenate sonic powerhouse Labrinth releases his cover of “Ave Maria.” Listen HERE. The song is featured in the newest episode of HBO’s Emmy Award-winning hit series Euphoria, which is streaming now exclusively on HBO Max ahead of the broadcast premiere on December 6 at 9PM EST.

Recently Labrinth released “No Ordinary” in partnership with XBOX SERIES X, which came shortly after his first ever Emmy Award win for Outstanding Original Music & Lyrics for his work as lead composer on the official soundtrack for Euphoria.

With over 600 million streams to date, Labrinth’s award-winning album is a standalone work of art. “Still Don’t Know My Name” is listened to more than a million times a day, amassing over 100 million streams to date, trending on Shazam and TikTok, and is rising through the charts rapidly across the world as one of this this season’s key tracks to watch.

Labrinth’s live-streamed performance of music from Euphoria has been viewed over 5 million times, showcasing his unique, creative and acclaimed artistry. Watch Labrinth’s performance of Euphoria Live HERE and “Still Don’t Know My Name” HERE.

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Skai Jackson × DWTS

Skai Jackson, the 18-year-old television and social media star, hit the cover of 360 MAGAZINE.

A competitor on the 29th season of ABC’s hit television series “Dancing with the Stars,” Jackson is mostly known for her role as Zuri Ross in the Disney Channel show “Jessie” and its spin-off series “Bunk’d,” as well as her social media presence. Her cover with 360 MAGAZINE was featured on “Dancing with the Stars,” and you can see it right here.

Now, she is partnered with Alan Bersten in the popular ballroom dancing competition.

She danced the tango with Bersten to Nicki Minaj‘s “Super Bass” in the first week of the show and scored a 21 out of 30 from the three judges.

In the second week, she danced the samba to Ne-Yo‘s “Miss Independent.” The duo scored their lowest score up to this point in the competition with a 15, but they were saved while Charles Oakley and Emma Slater were eliminated.

Jackson and Bersten then danced the jive to “Almost There” from “The Princess and the Frog.” They scored an 18 and moved on to the next round.

Week four saw the two dance the foxtrot to John Legend‘s “Ordinary People.” Jackson dedicated the dance to her “Jessie” co-star Cameron Boyce, who died at the age of 20 in 2019.

She spread the word about dedicating the dance on Twitter.

“Just got off stage…I did my thing for Cameron tonight,” she tweeted.

She also encouraged viewers to donate to the Cameron Boyce Foundation, a program that honors Boyce with a goal to end gun violence and cure epilepsy. Combining an issue that affected Boyce personally with an issue he was passionate about, the foundation aims to be the bridge for people who want to help but don’t know how.

To help, you can follow the Cameron Boyce Foundation on Instagram, donate and encourage others to get involved.

The dance scored the first ten of the year from Carrie Ann Inaba. It also received nines from Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli, giving it a total score of 28, the highest score of the season at the time.

The two danced jazz in the fifth week to “The Power of Love” by Huey Lewis & The News for the show’s 80’s night. Set to a “Back to the Future” backdrop, the costumes completed the feel of the movie and the dance scored a 24.

Week 6 will air Wednesday night on ABC, and Jackson and Bersten will dance the cha-cha-cha.

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Lennon Stella – “Fear of Being Alone”

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Today, Lennon Stella has shared two new tracks for the latest installment of Spotify Singles. Recorded at her home studio in Nashville, Lennon performed an alternate version of “Fear Of Being Alone” from her debut album Three. Two. One. as well as a cover of Paul Young’s “Every Time You Go Away” featuring Kevin Garrett, who had been slated to open for Stella on her headline tour this year. Listen to both songs HERE.
 
Earlier this month, Lennon released her “Three. Two. One. (Alternate Versions)” EP via RECORDS LLC. / Columbia Records. Listen 
HERE. She also made her Late Show debut with a #PlayAtHome performance of her song “Kissing Other People.” Watch HERE.
 
Three. Two. One. is available 
HERE, which Vulture named one of their ‘Best Albums – Spring 2020’ declaring: “Stella’s solo debut [Three. Two. One.] proves her mettle in a pop field of play.” The 13-track LP was also proclaimed “Stella’s shining moment” by American Songwriter while Earmilk coined it “a formal introduction to a blooming high-profile artist.”
 
About Lennon Stella:
Lennon Stella first rose to popularity when she was just 12 years old as part of the duo Lennon & Maisy, alongside her younger sister. The pair gained national attention with a cover of Robyn’s “Call Your Girlfriend.” Lennon went on to star in the ABC/CMT smash Nashville as Maddie Conrad for six years. Kickstarting her solo recording career, Lennon debuted with her 2018 “Love, me” EP, which bowed in the Top 5 of the Billboard “Heatseekers Albums” chart and includes single “
La Di Da” that has more than 127 million Spotify streams and counting. Lennon has been named among Refinery29’s ‘Young Celebrities to Watch,’ Teen Vogue’s ‘16 Musicians You Need to Be Listening To’ as well as Amazon Music’s ‘Artist to Watch for 2020.’ Most recently, Lennon won the 2020 JUNO Award for ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year.’

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Tori Kelly – Solitude

Today, two-time GRAMMY winner Tori Kelly drops her acoustic version of Drake’s “Time Flies” in anticipation for her upcoming EP, Solitude. Her lullaby cover precedes the five-song EP that Tori recorded during quarantine which will be released on August 14.

Tori penned three of the EP’s tracks at home. After recording acoustic demos, she worked remotely with producers Monro, Spencer Stewart and Stint to complete “Value” and “Don’t Take Me Home.” On the funky, exuberant “Unbothered” – a much-needed dose of hope, looking to the good times ahead. The EP closes with the highly personal “Glad,” a soulful ballad that Tori wrote for her husband, producing and recording the song herself. In addition to the work for her upcoming EP, Tori began collaborating with other artists online via her “QuaranTEA with Tori” series and working on new music.

“I’ve never been more thankful for my home studio than I have during this season of being quarantined,” says Tori Kelly. “In some ways, it felt like I was going back to my roots, when I would be in my room, making songs and posting covers on YouTube. A lot of change has happened since my last album, so it felt great to just freely write what was on my heart and be inspired by different stories. I had so much fun creating this EP and I’m excited to share this new chapter of my music.”

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Citizen Queen

Citizen Queen – Free Your Mind

Vocal/pop quintet Citizen Queen released their cover of En Vogue’s “Free Your Mind,” as well as the accompanying music video, today. The video shows the girls performing the cover on RCA Records’ Pride livestream, which was presented in partnership with the Human Rights Campaign. Check it out here.

“Free Your Mind” follows the group’s most recent covers, including “Slow Burn” by Kacey Musgraves, a medley of Tierra Whack’s Whack World (“Flea Market,” “Fruit Salad,” “Hungry Hippo,” “Hookers,” and “Pretty Ugly”), and Billie Eilish’s “bad guy.” The video for their take on Daniel Caesar and H.E.R.’s “Best Part” features live stage and behind-the-scenes footage from the group’s 2019 summer tour in support of Pentatonix. They performed in stadiums around the US and Canada, making stops at New York City’s Madison Square Garden and The Forum in Los Angeles. Watch Citizen Queen’s “Evolution of Girl Groups” video, which has garnered over 18 million views on YouTube.

Listen to Citizen Queen’s cover of “Free Your Mind” here.

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John Legend Reveals Track List

John Legend reveals BIGGER LOVE cover and track list

EGOT winner John Legend has revealed the cover and track list to his new album BIGGER LOVE which will release June 19 via Columbia Records.

“I’m so excited to introduce my new album Bigger Love to the world. Here’s the album cover painted by brilliant artist Charly Palmer. Swipe for the track list, including my amazing featured guests. This project has been a labor of love for me, something I’ve spent over a year conceiving and creating. I poured my heart and soul into these songs and collaborated with some incredibly gifted co-writers, producers and musicians.

The songs are inspired by the loves of my life: my wife, my family and the rich tradition of black music that has made me the artist I am.

All of these songs were created prior to the world being rocked by a pandemic, prior to the latest police killings in the U.S. that sent so many to the streets in protest. During these painful times, some of us may wonder if it’s ok to laugh or dance or be romantic. Lately, the images of black people in the media have been showing us with knees on our necks, in mourning, or expressing our collective outrage. We feel all those emotions.

But It’s important for us to continue to show the world the fullness of what it is to be black and human. Through our art, we are able to do that. This album is a celebration of love, joy, sensuality, hope, and resilience, the things that make our culture so beautiful and influential.

I’m under no illusion that music can save the world or solve the world’s problems, but I’ve always turned to music to help me through tough times and I know many of you have done the same. That’s why I couldn’t wait to release this album to the world. I debuted in 2004 with an album called Get Lifted. And now, as we enter the summer of 2020, I hope this new album can get you lifted again, fill your hearts pandemic, prior to the latest police killings in the U.S. that sent so many to the streets in protest. During these painful times, some of us may wonder if it’s ok to laugh or dance or be romantic. Lately, the images of black people in the media have been showing us with knees on our necks, in mourning, or expressing our collective outrage. We feel all those emotions.

But It’s important for us to continue to show the world the fullness of what it is to be black and human. Through our art, we are able to do that. This album is a celebration of love, joy, sensuality, hope, and resilience, the things that make our culture so beautiful and influential.

I’m under no illusion that music can save the world or solve the world’s problems, but I’ve always turned to music to help me through tough times and I know many of you have done the same. That’s why I couldn’t wait to release this album to the world. I debuted in 2004 with an album called Get Lifted. And now, as we enter the summer of 2020, I hope this new album can get you lifted again, fill your hearts with love and inspiration, give you something to dance to, something to hold hands to, something to make love to. A week from today, on June 19, I invite you to experience a Bigger Love.” BIGGER LOVE was Executive Produced by Raphael Saadiq.

For more information, please visit Legend’s website here.

About John Legend
Multiplatinum artist John Legend has garnered eleven Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, a Tony Award, and an Emmy Award, making Legend the first African-American man to earn an EGOT. Legend has released six celebrated albums including, Get Lifted (2004), Once Again (2006), Evolver (2008), Love in the Future (2013), Darkness and Light (2016), and A Legendary Christmas (2018). Legend starred in NBC’s “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” in 2018, winning an Emmy for Outstanding Variety Special and nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor (Limited Series). Legend joined “The Voice” for Season 16 (2019), winning with his mentee Maelyn Jarmon and is currently a judge on Season 18. John is a partner in Get Lifted Film Co., serving as an Executive Producer for “Southern Rites,” “United Skates,” WGN America’s “Underground,” and films “Southside with You” and “La La Land.” As a philanthropist, Legend initiated the #FREEAMERICA campaign in 2015 to change the national conversation surrounding our country’s misguided criminal justice policies and to end mass incarceration.

Machine Gun Kelly and YUNGBLUD – “Champagne Supernova”

MACHINE GUN KELLY AND YUNGBLUD RELEASE NEW COVER OF OASIS’ “CHAMPAGNE SUPERNOVA”

Machine Gun Kelly and YUNGBLUD join forces and create their own version of the 1995 Oasis single “Champagne Supernova”. Breaking up the melodies, Machine Gun Kelly and YUNGBLUD present a modern twist on a legendary British pop single. The video for the cover places MGK and YUNGBLUD singing in their bathrooms while staying at home. Watch the “Champagne Supernova” cover of the video HERE.

While gearing up for his upcoming “Tickets To My Downfall” pop/punk album release, Machine Gun Kelly has put together a playlist of songs on Spotify that have inspired him throughout the making of the album. MGK has recently released his cover of Paramore’s “Misery Business” with Travis Barker, Omar Fedi and Steve “Baze” Basil. He is also seen in Jason Orley’s comedy Big Time Adolescence which is now available on Hulu. In addition, MGK is set to star opposite Sam Worthington on the big screen in the forthcoming action western; The Last Song of Issac LeMay, which begins production this month. While spending time at home, Machine Gun Kelly has been very active on social media during his quarantine, covering some of his favorite artists. Check out his Guitar Jam Sessions HERE.

For more information, please visit www.machinegunkelly.com

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Meg The Stallion drops cover art and track listing for “Fever”

With her forthcoming project, “Fever” slated to drop May 17 via 1501 Certified / 300 Entertainment, Megan Thee Stallion is poised to be the next huge hip hop artist.

The Houston based artist has graced every one to watch list you can think of and has gotten praise from Pitchfork, FADER, Billboard, Refinery29 and more and was named First Lady of 300 Entertainment by COMPLEX Magazine.

Her hit single, “Big Ole Freak” blew up alongside her EP, Tina Snow, which debuted at number 11 on the iTunes hip-hop charts and is currently top 20 at Urban Radio. “Big Ole Freak” has accumulated 55MM streams to date with “Freak Nasty” at 14MM streams, and “Sex Talk” at 7MM streams.
With her forthcoming project, “Fever” introducing her college partying persona AKA “Hot Girl Meg”, in the words of FADER, “this summer’s about to be a smokin’ hot one.”

Tyler Jordan Covers “Don’t Fear The Reaper”

Rising singer-songwriter and Silverado Records’ artist Tyler Jordan takes a haunting spin on Blue Oyster Cult’s “Don’t Fear The Reaper” premiering exclusively with 360 Magazine.

Jordan’s cover of the 1976 classic is featured on The Silverado Cover Sessions, available this Friday April 26. For pre-order click here.

“ ‘Don’t Fear The Reaper’ has always been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. I remember singing this song at the top of lungs with my mom. When I had the chance to cover a song, I knew this would be a perfect song for me to sing and show my love for other kinds of music other than country!” said Jordan.

 

Tyler Jordan’s track on the Silverado Cover Sessions follows his latest single “Back.” Previously Jordan released a special Christmas tune on Silverado Records’, Ultimate Country Christmas, a rendition of Willie Nelson’s “Pretty Paper” which premiered on Roughstock.com.  The South Carolina native released “Why Her” on Silverado Signature Songwriter Series Vol. 3 this past year, with the video premiering exclusively on Billboard.

About Silverado Records

Silverado Records has been charting new territory as an independent record label, getting the attention of industry and media alike through their unique approach, as profiled in Billboard. The company prides itself in collaborative relationships with its artists and boasts an impressive roster of talent including Crystal Yates, Tyler Jordan, Tony Winkler, Ali Morgan and country music icon Joe Diffie. The company is a division of Exegan Media & Entertainment and recently announced their first imprint, Silverado Texas.

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