Clocking in at over six minutes, “Hapi” almost sounds like a sermon delivered by four different voices telling the stories of their lives, everything they’ve seen and everything they hope to see improve.
Ampium, is an 18-year-old Australian EDM superstar and his new song, “Open Their Eyes.”
Ampium is innovative in his EDM hits and music production and always staying ahead of the trends with his work.
“I always strive to create music that feels a year ahead, and ‘Open Their Eyes’ sounds like the future. Creating inspiring progressive music is one of my true escapes from day to day life. The message is to empower my generation to do great things.” said Ampium.
“Open Their Eyes” is a House track that explores new creative musical concepts and exemplifies his musical growth over the last few months. In fact, his maturing as an artist has been quite extraordinary over the last six months. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he has led to an array of opportunities to create hits with major singer-songwriters and producers from Zhiko, Sam Martin, Sherman De Vires, and local Adelaide acts. In addition, Ampium has the support of many reputable musicians and producers, including Sam Martin, KRUNK, and Jesse James.
His sound is the embodiment of a young man facing his fears to pursue an extraordinary dream. Ampium’s mantra is evident in his music, “The powers we all possess are there for us. Throw caution to the wind, face your fears and you will find the answers.” This fearless message shines in his work ethic and music, especially “Open Their Eyes.”
George Encheff, aka Ampium, is an Electronic Dance Music house musician born and raised in Adelaide South Australia. He is well known locally having played with names such as Vyce Verso & Lunar Society. A massive contributor to George’s production is Mario Spate, Ampium’s lead sound engineer and mentor. He lends his support to the Progressive House community locally and globally and works with independent artists across all genres of music.
The new song will WOW Ampium’s core fans, and exponentially grow his following. It’s a House track that explores new creative musical concepts. His growth as an Artist has been quite extraordinary over the last 6 months. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an array of opportunities to create hits with major singer-songwriters and producers from Zhiko, Sam Martin, Sherman De Vires, local Adelaide acts and playing at Artist shows pre-COVID.
Ampium has an upcoming EP in the works with a planned release for next year. This new work evokes a feeling of connection to the music and involves the listener in an almost ethereal experience. With so much happening in the world right now, Ampium plans to continue collaborating with other musicians and songwriters. In this EP, he hopes to express how his personal challenges can be present in each song and can tell stories about the lives and difficulties faced by Gen Z.
Jacob Banks, a Nigerian-born singer based out of the U.K., released a brand new song Wednesday titled “Stranger.”
The song comes with a new music video depicting the emotions of growing apart from a loved one and putting the pieces back together once it’s over. Banks sings, “Stranger, once upon a time we were the chorus.” You can see the video by clicking right here.
Sillkey co-produced the song with Banks, and the two use R&B and progressive electronic synths to build to an eruption of strings and keys.
Banks also directed and starred in the music video himself. He places himself and the female co-lead close enough to touch, but something non-physical continues to prevent them from reaching each other.
Masego released a brand new song Wednesday from his upcoming experimental EP inspired by trapphouse jazz.
The new song is titled “Passport,” and it comes with a brand new music video that you can see by clicking right here.
Masego will use that trapphouse jazz inspiration to explore every step of a relationship, showing his evolution, both as a person and as an artist, while unable to perform for crowds.
His brand new EP will follow up his 2018 album “Lady Lady,” which propelled him into the spotlight. Listeners have streamed “Tadow,” the leading single from “Lady Lady,” over half a billion times, making it certified gold by the RIAA. It was also used in over 2 million TikTok videos.
Masego also gained traction after performing his song “Queen Tings” on the BET Awards Broadcast, which you can see by clicking right here.
The Avalanches announced a release date Monday for their latest album titled “We Will Always Love You.”
The new album will release on Dec. 11 and explores the vibrational relationship between light, sound and spirit and examines the human voice.
The announcement is accompanied by two brand new songs from the group. The first is titled “Music Makes Me High” while the second is titled “Take Care In Your Dreaming” and features Denzel Curry, Tricky and Sampa The Great.
“Take Care In Your Dreaming” is about dreams that go unrealized and the unexpected twists and turns of life. It played Monday on Zane Lowe‘s Apple Music show.
“Music Makes Me High” uses the unlikely pair techno-funk music and a gospel choir to immerse listeners completely into the upbeat track.
Though the two songs don’t come with music videos, they do come with “visualizers.” You can see the visualizer for “Take Care In Your Dreaming” by clicking right here the for “Music Makes Me High” by clicking right here.
You can also preorder the new album by clicking right here.
Today, the music and entertainment icon Tip “T.I.” Harris enlists fellow Atlantan trap music star Young Thug for the club-ready single “Ring.” “Ring” is released via Grand Hustle and the track is produced by DY Krazy and Chopsquad DJ.
Marking nearly 20 years since his debut album, T.I. is continuing to deliver hits that resonate with fans across the world while serving as president of Grand Hustle Records, which has produced multiple breakout artists. The mogul has showcased his unparalleled influence on the culture by creating the first-ever Trap Music Museum as well as starting his own highly successful podcast.
The trap music pioneer has garnered several RIAA-certified platinum and multi-platinum certifications for his previous albums, such as Trap Muzik, Urban Legend, King, T.I. vs. T.I.P and Paper Trail. Throughout his massively successful career, T.I. has proven he’s one of the most dominant forces in hip-hop with seven of his albums consecutively peaking on the Billboard Rap/R&B Charts and winning numerous Grammy Awards, Billboard Awards, BET Awards, and others.
Today, chart-topping, multi-platinum selling, Grammy-Award nominated recording artist Bryson Tiller makes his official return with the release of his new single and visual for “Inhale” which will appear on his forthcoming third studio album out this fall via Trapsoul/RCA Records. Click HEREto listen/watch.
“Inhale” which is produced by Dpat (Wiz Khalifa, Brent Faiyaz), continues with the introspective style that Tiller is known for while sampling SWV’s “All Night Long” and Mary J. Blige’s “Not Gon Cry.” The sensual and moody visual is directed by Tiller’s frequent collaborator Ro.Lexx.
After treating fans to several releases on Souncloud, “Inhale” is the first official single release from Tiller following his critically acclaimed sophomore album, True To Self (2017), which topped the Billboard 200 albums chart upon release with Variety proclaiming it “one of the biggest records of the summer, if not the year.”
Most recently Tiller has collaborated with Summer Walker for “Playing Games,” fellow Louisville native Jack Harlow for “Thru The Night,” Wale for “Love…Her Fault” and H.E.R. for “Could’ve Been” which earned the duo a Grammy nomination for R&B Performance in 2020.
Listen/watch “Inhale” and keep an eye out for more from Bryson Tiller coming soon.
Listening to this song, it’s pretty easy to see Nao’s confidence and stranglehold on her own power. Nobody can take that away from her, and she said she considers this song her anthem to empowerment.
“I want to send a message – to all women but especially to women of colour – that we can be in control, we can be leaders, we can have confidence in our minds and bodies,” Nao said. “There’s a lot of darkness in the world but also great things happening in response, many led by women and girls. For the first time in history there’s a global movement for equality, fairness and systematic change that seems to be delivering real results, both personally and politically. Me and Lianne really wanted to sing about that, support it and celebrate it.”
To listen to and see the video for Nao’s new song, you can click right here.
Tiwa Savage released her new single, “Temptation,” today, just ahead the release of her fourth studio album.
“Temptation” is the fourth song to be released from her upcoming album, which is called “Celia” and will be released Friday.
Her new song features four-time Grammy Award-winner Sam Smith, who also aided in the writing process.
Savage is known as the “Queen of Afrobeats” and is the most popular female artist in Africa. She released the first single from her album, “Dangerous Love,” last month, and fans around the globe will be treated to the whole record in less than one week.
Savage was born in Nigeria but moved to London with her family at 11 years old. She earned a degree in business administration from the University of Kent, but she remained determined to pursue music.
After attending Berklee College of Music, she moved to New York City where she secured connections in the music industry. She eventually moved back to Nigeria and is now one of the most celebrated artists in the world.
She has combined many genres of music on her way to winning the MTV Europe Music Award for Best African Act and has been nominated for four Channel O Music Video Awards and five World Music Awards.
She now uses her platform for her activism. She has her own Instagram account dedicated to giving a voice to rape victims.
You can listen to her new song by clicking right here.
Today sees widely respected Latin percussionist Pedrito Martinez release a reimagined duet version of Eric Clapton’s “My Father’s Eyes” – featuring a collaborative performance with the guitar legend himself. Having the opportunity to work closely with Eric Clapton is the fulfillment of a longtime dream for Pedrito that had its roots at New York City’s Guantanamera restaurant, where Pedrito’s group got started, and where Eric was a frequent guest.
Inspired by getting to know one another, Pedrito had the idea in early 2019 to put together a re-imagined version of Clapton’s deeply personal song “My Father’s Eyes” and send it to the three-time inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member for his thoughts. . Upon receiving the initial recording, Eric Clapton invited the innovative Cuban percussionist to London last year to work together , where he added his own vocals and guitar to My Father’s Eyes and additional guitar contributions to two more tracks that will also be included in Pedrito’s upcoming album, Acertijos, expected to be released in early 2021.
“Pedrito is a genius…working with him has been a revelation to me.” – Wynton Marsalis
“…dizzying rhythmic webs, songs within songs, and the thrill of real Cuban rumba transformed into something as hip and irresistible as great pop.” – Larry Blumenfeld, Wall Street Journal
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