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Hi Caroline McQuaig! Great to speak with you today! You as well! Thank you so much for having me.  You are getting ready to release new music! Will you tell us about the song?  Yes! Main Character is a single all about empowerment and harnessing the “main character energy” we all have waiting to break through. It was
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In the vein of “Zoot Suit Riot” and “Friend Like Me” (Disney’s Aladdin), and the American jazz and ska genres, children’s music singer and songwriter Marla Lewis comes up aces with the Halloween-themed “The Boogey Woogey Man”. It’s not necessarily a Halloween song, though, if you jive to the beat and are hip to the dizzying
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Pittsburgh born and Orlando, Florida based writer Mary Kay LaBrie is blazing her own path throughout the modern entertainment world. She’s taken her twenty-two years of experience in leadership and staff development and channeled its lessons into screenwriting, food blogging, and television scripts. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/mklscreenwriter/ LaBrie, in some ways, seems like she’s trying to make
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India is a country that has experienced something of a restorative and revitalized period in recent years. The region continues to see growth in a variety of ways. In Kiara Chettri, we may have found one of India’s best kept secrets, until now. With an Ariana Grande/Christina Aguilera like vocal range, Kiara Chettri is only
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Marla Lewis is anything but predictable. The idea that someone with an established reputation as a performer of children’s material would take an one hundred eighty degree turn into smooth jazz would likely produce an incredulous reaction from any sane listener. Lewis, nonetheless, proves she is a bit of a stylistic chameleon with the ability
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As much as a beat can convey on its own, big rhythm tends to respond even more to a powerhouse vocal than it does something on the softer side, and it’s hard to argue with that in the new single “Down Crazy” by Gigi Vega. Stylistically resembling hip-hop’s poppier side whilst borrowing melodic frills from
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Just listening to Brooke Josephson’s singing can introduce you to the angelic qualities she has as an artist, but in the video for her new single “Rainbow,” these qualities are realized visually in a way that only complements the emotion in the song. While not quite as elaborate a document as the composition is on
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If you’re as gifted a singer as Enjolee is, all you really need to win over the audience is the sort of bright, bubbly vocal performance she submits in her debut single “Forever Man.” Although structurally on the simple side of the spectrum, “Forever Man” doesn’t feel like a track that underutilizes the capabilities of
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In no uncertain terms, Kechi is a star. Her single “All the Time” from her album of the same name has all the makings of a classic pop tune from a distinct voice, from her astounding vocals to the razor-sharp production and a surprising subversion of the melody on the hook. I really couldn’t get
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While it certainly isn’t true that lyrics act as our only bridge into IndiaImani’s heart in the new single “Tell Me,” they’re undeniably one of the greatest aspects of communication this track has to offer us this spring. IndiaImani doesn’t waste a second of her time at center stage in this single setting up a
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