“All We Know” by The Chainsmokers feat. Phoebe Ryan

Enigmatic duo The Chainsmokers have several irons in the fire and have no plans of hedging their bets by dispatching one hit after the other. Two of their singles are currently enjoying placements and heavy streaming with the ubiquitous Halsey-collab “Closer” climbing all the way to the top since it cracked the global charts and…

“I’m Gone” by RJ Word

You don’t have to believe what emerging pop R&B artist RJ Word is saying because it looks like he is in it for a long haul as he colors outside his lines with earthy texture and forthright lyrics about one-night couplings in his latest single “I’m Gone”. The 19-year old singer-songwriter eschews his boyish charms…

“Don’t Be a Fool” by Shawn Mendes

Gravel-throated Canadian singer Shawn Mendes proffers another fool-proof construct that showcases his vocal range in a rapturously magnificent way. Fans who have whetted their appetite for his sophomore album “Illuminate” are in for a treat with comp of cuts that truly cements the 18-year old crooner’s place in the forefront of contemporary popcraft after his…

“Heartbeat” by Christopher

This stunning Danish singer-songwriter who goes by one name has moved past constructing pop ditties around words ey and oh as he digs deeper into his third album, “Closer”. Christopher doubles down on excesses and sharpens the edges of its slate of songs that range from pop to R&B fare cementing his place in the…

“Acid Rain” by Cimorelli

It only takes one Cimorelli sister to reduce you to tears. Six of them (Christina,  Katherine,  Lisa, Amy,  Lauren, and Dani) belting an emotionally cathartic song can already turn drought to deluge. The all-sisters girl group are at their blistering best with their latest cut, “Acid Rain” from their debut full length “Up at Night”. Written…

“Perfect Illusion” by Lady Gaga

Only Lady Gaga can outdo Lady Gaga. The Monster Mother is back after 3 years with her latest single, “Perfect Illusion”, a rambunctious palate-cleansing homage to the 80’s rock propulsion upgrading the soundscapes with her own style and spirit. The song is Gaga’s lead single from her fifth studio album, “Joanne” bringing in top gun…

“Turn Me On” by Sean Smith

Maybe you remember him as 1/2 of the Same Difference brother-sister duo from The X-Factor, well forget it. Sean Smith has moved past his wholesome image and now bulking up his proceedings with trifecta of palpable pop playfulness, sexy swagger, and even 50 shades of lines in his tellingly titled solo outing, “Turn Me On”….

“Worst Way” by Chris Collins

In the musical sense, it is definitely not a turn for the worst. If he wills it, RNB singer-songwriter and social media superstar Chris Collins can step out of the shadows of slaying covers already and push play his own brand of music that has long been his stock in trade. Speaking of stepping out,…

“Anything” by Frank Pole feat. Greyson Chance

Whatever Greyson Chance is thinking somewhere over his head is anything but drastic as he carefully dips his toes into the deep house music melding his throaty passion atop the soundboard wizardry of Frank Pole. After Pole craftily reworked Chance’s comeback track “Afterlife” upending it with the right elements of chunky grooves and floor-tom basslines,…

“Living for Tonight” by Joey Devries

Real Me? More like the real deal. This 22-year-old rising pop artist from Port Talbot is finally earning his keep after a successful front act for Little Mix’s Get Weird Tour and moving past his boy-band phase from now-defunct Overload. Bouncing between his youthful stance, dusty drawl, and lyrical preoccupations that track the emotions of failing…

“I Believe in You” by Michael Bublé

Change is a good thing. Even for Canadian jazz crooner-songwriter Michael Bublé. And the more he tries on avant-garde excursions, the more he becomes irresistible. In his ninth full-length, “Nobody But Me”, Bublé takes his croony repertoire of 1950 pop standards to a whole new level of musical experience. Check out the middle 8 of…

“Candy” by Mitchell Rose

Hitting the sweet spot won’t be far out for this 22-year old falsetto-piped American singer-songwriter. After racking up over 1 million views on YT with his cool collab of Charlie Puth’s “One Call Away” cover with young American producer and multi-instrumentalist Kurt Hugo Schneider in the proceedings, Mitchell Rose dips his own goodie bag with…