Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber full name is Justin Drew Bieber. He was born on 1st of March in 1994 in London, Ontario. He was raised in Stratford, Ontario. Bieber is a famous canadian singer and songwriter. He was famous from his best ever song "Baby"

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen has been an established artist in Canada for several years — with a third-place finish on Canadian Idol, two gold singles, two albums, and two Juno Award nominations to her name — Jepsen was a virtual unknown in the U.S. when “Call Me Maybe” hit it big.

The Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye is a Toronto-based singer famous by named " The Weeknd " . He recorded his all songs under " The Weeknd " name , his first song leaked in late 2010, though the identity of the individual behind the project was initially unknown. " The Weeknd " released a nine-song mixtape, House of Balloons, on 21 March 2011

Addy C

Adelynn Cuevas, or Addy C as she is known, is an 8 year old Latina from metro Atlanta, Ga. Addy loves to sing, dance , and play piano...

Céline Schmink

Celine Schmink is a french singer and also writer, journalist and Associate songwriter of SACEM. She writes in french and english in a pop folk style. Her musical work is regularly praised by the regional and national press and broadcast in France, Greece, Australia and the USA, where she leads a bilingual performing career.

Sunday, 17 January 2021

Finessen - One Step

Finessen’s “One Step” is pure fire with a sound and substance that absolutely stun. Vocals here possess a tremendous soulfulness, for he delivers every single verse with such intensity. Unflinching in its exploration of relationships, the way it keeps on digging deeper and deeper into the thoughts that run through the mind have a grandeur to them. This message is done such justice by the lush, luxurious sound that has a heady flow to all of it. Like swimming underwater, the layers of sound have a hazy quality to them, ebbing and flowing with such consideration.

The song begins with mere snippets of sound. Gradually the rest of the piece comes into focus and upon the first drop of those lyrics, the song begins in earnest. His storytelling ability feels unparalleled for it deftly balances the hard and the soften. Stylistically it runs the gamut from hip-hop to ambient to R&B to pop, all while putting his own distinct imprint upon it. Bass here goes for a force of nature quality as there is a cadence to it that has such serenity. Evolution of the groove further adds to the living, breathing quality of the piece, for even the arrangement seems to hint at the difficulty of what it means to be in a relationship and how difficult choices are made. 

“One Step” shows off the impeccable skill of Finessen in exploring a life lived to the absolute fullest, with all the love, joy, and pain that come with it.


Thursday, 14 January 2021

FBMKing - Edin

The 16 year old prodigy FBMKing is a very talented young artist on the rise. While having a small but promising catalog fbmking hasn’t disappoint yet, that doesn’t change with his new single entitled “Edin”. While rapping over a slow beat and showing a more sensitive side on this song King shows a more unique style of vocals that separates him from the pack.

Lately King has been seen sampling his new project set to drop later this year which fans and critics alike cannot wait to hear. If you enjoy good music the best thing for you to do is to stay tuned to see what King does next!

Thursday, 7 January 2021

Manservant ( Papa Shango’s second Album )

Papa Shango’s second album “Manservant”. Is by far the best thing I have heard in 2021, funny, clever and with powerful rock hooks. The standout tracks for me were Buoys Ahoy, Sasha Grey and Sniff the Milk. The less said about “Dangerwank” the better (cough). It is clear these are outstanding musicians having lots fun with each other and with their fans. 

If you ‘re reading this review and know about Papa Shango’s growing cult I salute you. And if you’ve been lucky enough to have witnessed their live shows, please tell what it was like. 

If you haven’t heard Papa Shango, get on board as quickly as possible, I understand their third release “Risk Assessment”. Will send them stratospheric and there won’t be enough room for you to sniff their milk. Get it while it’s fresh. 


Monday, 21 December 2020

Fidelis - Want This

Born in Nigeria and raised in London, the singer and songwriter Fidelis uses music as a means to explore the world and his own mind. Influenced by his experiences, heritage, and reflections, Fidelis blends poetic lyrics with soothing melodies akin to the likes of Pink Sweats, Ed Sheeran, and Sam Smith. Fidelis has been writing songs, learning instruments for the better part of the last decade, on a journey to find his sound. Fidelis wants his music to reach the people that feel lost and uninspired, the people that live with the fear of the unknown, and the dreamers who get lost in stories to escape from some of the harsh realities of life.

Fidelis is releasing his debut single titled ‘Want This’. Want This is a soulful ballad about a vow Fidelis made to himself to keep pushing forward for what he desires. It’s a song inspired by his own struggles not only as an artist but as a person trying to figure things out. The song tells a story of pain that is familiar to anyone who is attempting to achieve their dreams even when the challenges seem overwhelming. The lyrics allow the listener to reflect on their own journey over a calming guitar loop. The single will be Fidelis’ first release as a recording artist which he is set to follow up with more singles and an EP during the first half of 2021.


Tuesday, 27 October 2020

If I’m Honest ( Australian DJ Producer GEM )

Australian DJ Producer GEM is best known for her medical mixes.

What is a medical mix? Alternate musical tunings to promote and enhance wellness benefits.

She has been quickly building a cult following around her blissful track Malibu.

GEM is at it again, this time with a romantic, summer fueled vintage feeling song called If I’m Honest.

It is easy to see why GEM has been named in the top two female producers in the world and why she continues to build her unique brand.

This new track is a solid vibe.


Saturday, 10 October 2020

Interview with Yajna | CEO/Artist/Founder of Rising Phoenix

Love Music: Hello Yajna, can you tell our audience a little bit about yourself?

Hi everyone, I’d love to tell you some about myself! I’m a Swedish singer, songwriter, producer, entrepreneur, businesswoman and CEO of Rising Phoenix Music Group and Rising Phoenix Entertainment.

I’m a dedicated and loving mother of two, a passionate musician, snowboarder, horseback rider and a lover of action sports. I’m also a Jewelry designer and will soon launch my own Jewelry collection with Giantto Group in Los Angeles. Currently, I’m planning the campaign for the launch of my Jewelry and music releases.

Entrepreneurship sparks my desire because new ideas constantly come to me. I have a lot of energy, I am so thankful!

My philanthropy work allows me to give back, and do work that deeply matters to me. I founded a non-profit organization called, "Women World Wide" to help women develop leadership, business ideas, and collaborate with other entrepreneurs. I want to give women the space to do what they love, and integrate that with a healthy lifestyle that works for them and their families. I'm also one of the founders of the non profit organisation "STOP GBV", where we are artists working to prevent and stop gender based violence. We are a strong and dedicated team, and right now we are focusing a lot on our work in Africa.

My goal is to inspire others through my own experience, my struggles, and my mistakes so that others can feel empowered and learn from my story.

I’m a small-town girl living in the Swedish Mountains in Sweden’s most popular Ski Resort Sälen, Dalarna. I love the feeling of community and being around others, making conversation and enjoying each other. I love to cook and throw parties with big dinners for family and friends.

Here on Earth, I do my best to take care of our planet, animals and develop my awareness. I’m a proud vegan and I keep up with my health. I do pilates and a lot of mindful exercise and I love just being out in Mother Nature to fill up my energies and boost my body with fresh air and be close to nature.

Music has always been a source of comfort and joy in my life, I grew up in a family of musicians, and my mother was a composer. I have a big family, five siblings, who I adore and admire! I’m a mindful person with an open heart so I live my life by thinking that you can do, and have whatever you truly desire, and focus on. Think about it, believe it, receive it! Life is beautiful and a blessing!

Love Music: How did you come up with the idea of the Rising Phoenix project?

I wanted to share my own true story to the world. And I see myself as a Rising Phoenix. I have been through a lot, I am a fighter and through my Rising Phoenix project I have found myself and my passion for music. And I feel that so many out there can relate to my story, and by my work with the Rising Phoenix project, I can express myself through my work and my music, and inspire others to follow their hearts and dreams. I have built my whole business on the story of the Phoenix and how I have turned my pain into my passion, and now sending out a message of self love, joy and empowerment.

I released the trilogy of the Rising Phoenix as my first music project in English.

Love Music: Where did you find so much strength for creating music full of self-love and empowerment?

After my divorce in 2016, I got really sick and fell into a deep depression. It was a very dark time. What saved me was the love for my children, music, and God. Music started coming to me during the darkest moments in life. Through music and the love for my children, I could see a light in the tunnel and that made me fight my way back to life. By the time I got better and was healing, music was my way to recover and accept myself for who I am: nothing more, nothing less. I remember thinking about people without self-love, I want to be there for all of them to inspire them, and give back all the energy that I got from healing myself.

My strength comes from surviving through such darkness and coming out of it stronger than ever with so much energy and power. I feel that it’s my mission to share this with the world, as a living proof of how much we can accomplish with the right mindset, love and the power of life.

Love Music: Describe your sound.

I call my sound atmospheric, cinematic soul/pop, R&B. I want my music to give the listener inner visuals and take them to new dimensions. My sound is very airy and I feel like I found my own tone, my unique sound as if I’m standing on a mountain when I’m singing!

Love Music: What’s your inspiration?

I get inspiration from my own experiences. I write about things that I’ve been through, about what’s going on in the world and about things that people can relate to. I’m always true to myself when I write my music, thinking, this is me, this is what I want to say in this song, and then I just go with it, all in or nothing at all.

I get inspired when I think about the power of music and the impact it has on people’s lives. I want to make a change and I want to speak for the ones that can’t get their voices heard and I want to stand strong for the ones that aren’t that strong. That keeps me inspired and motivated.

Love Music: What’s the story behind your latest single “Last Heartbeat”?

I wanted to give my audience a song with the message of true unconditional love. I know so many people out there have felt love and been in love, it is so powerful. We envoke love because it feels good to love and be loved. Love makes us stronger and vulnerable at the same time and makes us do all kinds of wacky things!

Love is universal, and we all crave it even though it can hurt us. After going through the pain of getting divorced from a long marriage, I had thoughts of never being able to feel love or fall in love again. It was difficult but slowly, love came back into my life, stronger and more powerful than ever. I allowed myself to feel love, even if it might be scary or uncertain.

When we embody true unconditional love, we are willing to sacrifice everything for the ones we love and care for. This song is very personal to me and my experience. I dedicated it to my loved ones, family, friends and of course to my fans and everyone listening!

Love Music: The track is more electro driven than your previous releases, how did you decide to switch your music approach?

Short answer, I LOVE TO DANCE! Dancing and moving to a fun beat brings people together and creates so much energy. I decided to bring that feeling into my music. I want my lyrics and harmonies to bring people out on the dance floor. My music makes you feel happy and swipe you off to a world of your own.

I’ve attended many music festivals through the years, and I love to see music capture a dancing crowd, that is massive! I want to bring my music into that scene, it resonates with me. I decided to bring more electronic sound to take my music beyond the living room or headphones. Standing still is not an option, dance your ass off!

Love Music: “Last Heartbeat” has been remixed by Bennu and Theiproducer, why did you decide to collaborate with these two producers?

I have worked with Theiproducer for a long time now, he is an amazing beatmaker, and producer. We are dynamic which makes for a great team, he was actually the first one to share my vision for The Rising Phoenix project. Since we’ve worked so closely together, I wanted him to be a part of my EDM project. He creates such catchy rhythms and beats, we found my atmospheric and cinematic pop/soul sound while working together. When you collectively create with someone who shares your vision, there’s an explosion of creativity!

Bennu and I met through our mutual friends in Los Angeles. After hearing some of his music and beats, I was completely convinced. I love how he experiments with different sounds and rhythm, it resonated with me and my vision. His creativity and the upbeat sound was something I wanted to bring to the track. I am absolutely blown away by both remixes. I feel so much gratitude for Bennu’s and Theiproducer’s help and insights!

Love Music: How do you feel in the EDM genre? How is it different from pop you have been representing so far?

I feel amazing standing in the EDM genre, I love the energetic vibe! I still have a similar audience with a lot of pop/soul/R&B fans who love hitting the dance floor. I am confident EDM lovers will fall in love with my music as well.

In my experience, the big difference with the EDM scene is that it’s like a movement where people gather around music in a spiritual way. The audience listens to more underground acts, which creates the vibe of being one with the music. It’s like a strong movement or feeling of experimental sound that actually benefits you. Being unique and authentic attracts fans and connections on another music level. The EDM audience seems very active on social media and they are dedicated to their music. That’s probably why it is growing quickly. If you make a quality beat or track, your music can spread amazingly fast!

Love Music: Are you planning any new collaborations?

I actually am! I have some amazing new releases that I am about to drop soon with great collaborations, and I am waiting for the right time to publish them. I have benefitted so much from collaborations, and I see myself as unlimited in music! I am building a lot for my music, and there is so much I want to do! I believe and see my career as completely limitless, it’s an amazing feeling!

I have some dream collaborations that I am creating, and excited to see come in my reality! I would really love to work with artists like Daft Punk, Martin Garrix, Kygo, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, Beyonce, Rihanna, Billie Eilish, Ed Sheeran, Travis Scott or Khalid in the future!

Love Music: Are you going to experiment with your sound or stay in the fields of EDM and pop?

I will probably circle back to EDM/pop/soul with new music, but I also enjoy experimenting with other genres and sounds. One of my dream goals is to perform at big arenas such as Madison Square Garden NYC, The 02 Arena London, and The Forum Inglewood. But everyone knows that in the times we are in right now, nobody knows what the future is gonna look like! I pray that the entertainment industry in one way or another will recover.

At the same time, I want my music to sound like me, and my fans to feel that they can follow and grow with me. I will always stay true to myself and my sound, but I am open to mixing it up with different genres and styles and artists.

Love Music: When can we expect another release?

I’m working on a new campaign for my next releases right now, so new music is out soon! With my latest release “Last Heartbeat” I made some remixes, "Bennu Remix", “Bennu Trapbeat Remix,” and the "Iproducer Remix". I wanted my fans to find their own favorite remix. So the next one out will be "Femenomenal Special Edit" with a new sound from me. After that I have some more singles droppin and also some amazing music videos. I have been working hard with my new project, and I promise you that you will love my next releases! I am releasing my album of The Rising Phoenix soon as well. I have a lot of unreleased music that I am excited to share! I don’t have the exact dates yet, but stay tuned and follow me on my social media and music platforms for more updates!

I am looking forward to expanding my business in new areas such as books, fashion and beauty care. My vision is to let the Rising Phoenix family grow and inspire others to follow their dreams and hearts. Welcome to the movement of the Rising Phoenix! Spread the love, joy, and empowerment!

Much love and blessings to all of you,


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Thursday, 8 October 2020

Colton Claye talks about his upcoming album- "Eponymous Debut", in candid interview

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ?? 

From the outset, I tarnished my Honor Roll student status in elementary school by having my conduct reports consistently recommend that I stop singing in class. But I didn't listen to those critics and poor reviews and I carried on singing anyway. Though I still have not determined whether my never ending compulsion to transform my inner and outer world experiences into artistic expression is a healthy way of avoiding disorder or if it is a disorder in itself.

Love Music: We been hearing a lot about you and your upcoming song, so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

Well, that is wonderful word has gotten out. Wait, what have you been hearing? Who are you hearing it from? I bet they are saying terrible things about me. No one could love me, I'm not worth being loved. But I'll show them, I'll get real buff like that guy who played Urkel did. They won't be laughing at me then. Oh, that's too much work, I'll just emotional eat my way through a Lifetime movie marathon.

Love Music: Can you please tell our readers more about your upcoming album- "Eponymous Debut"?

Not sure if he was the first to say it, but I heard director Lloyd Kaufman say "You don't make the film you want to make, you make the film you can afford to make." The pandemic has stirred a burst of creativity in me but it has gotten in the way of playing with others. Combine that with a low budget and I turned to things I recorded over the years, mostly at home in Las Vegas, a few audio loops,etc. Add a dash of advancing age, a pinch of hope as a moral baseline in historical times and you have "Eponymous Debut."

Love Music: Anything specific you want to share about this album?

It is stark naked in nearly every way; Words, composition, recording. And I'm actually very satisfied with that even though I never would have intentionally put something together this way. I find it conveys this time for me rather well. And I'm reminded how Kris Kristofferson has said he doesn't worry about creating performances, he just makes songs.

Love Music: What else have you got coming up ?

I've spent the last several weeks on spoken word, now I'll give music more focus. I've got more songs to record and I'm hoping I can work on stuff with my friend Jack again soon, I just like the sound we make together. I can see some online shows as well. And outside of music, been tossing around ideas for an animal rights podcast with another friend, Brandon, that should be launching soon.

Love Music: Who is your favorite singer?

Bob Dylan. I guess you either love his voice or hate it. He can express the full range from human potential to human vulnerability in one syllable, I'm too scared to let myself go anywhere near that far but most of us are and that's why he's BOB DYLAN.

Love Music: What motivates you to do your best work?

A desire to understand something deeper for myself and somehow share that experience with others without losing anything in translation.

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

Like most, it chose me and I have no say over what it does with me. I just surrender to it even while I punch in at a day job.

Love Music: Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

This is free time. (Laughs)

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online?

I'm loitering on most platforms, but most often at