New music video from Siimba Liives Long, “Hooked?”

Ethiopian-American artist Siimba Liives Long has become equally renowned for his skills as an MC, as well as for his penchant for daredevil stunts in both a live and controlled setting. Described by NPR as “sportive yet serious, playing equal parts esoteric and quizzical,” “Hooked” is the first glimpse into a new sonic series titled SUBWAY SAFARII, which is a project based off Siimba’s New York City experiences. Coming summer 2018, the highly-anticipated SUBWAY SAFARII project will also be executive produced by Grammy-Award winning duo Brasstracks who shot to fame with the production of Chance The Rapper’s “No Problem” in 2016.

Skope Magazine: X Factor winner Ben Haenow announces second album ‘Alive’

‘Alive’ will be released independently on the 25th May and it will be Ben’s first album since parting ways with Simon Cowell. The Croydon-born singer has described the record as ‘more honest’ and ‘more autobiographical’ than his debut album.

Michigan Rock Frontman Goes It Alone With Debut Album BIG DOG DAYS

For two decades Michigan based singer songwriter Brian Carson has been best known as the vibrant frontman of RaggedyAnn and Sacred Silver.

But 2018 sees the rocker take a slightly different direction as he releases his debut solo album Big Dog Days?.

Utilizing his vast experience and network of contacts as a national recording artist, Brian has teamed up with Award winning producer Andy Reed of Reed Recording Company for the record.

Listen to Dave Matthews Band’s New Single “Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin)” Out Today

“Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin)” – the lead-off track and first single from Dave Matthews Band’s forthcoming album, Come Tomorrow – was released today by RCA Records. Hailed by Rolling Stone as an “understated plea for compassion and tolerance,” the song quickly became a fan favorite after the band debuted it live in May 2016. Written by Matthews, it was produced by Rob Cavallo and John Alagia.


“It’s playful, it’s addictive, it’s LSD.” – Billboard

Have you seen TV stars and Olympians star in Elle Exxe’s new video?

The video pulls together homemade footage from her female fans, which includes famous athletes, gold medal winning paralympians, Olympians and TV personalities such as Clare Balding, Beth Tweddle, Gabby Logan, Rebecca Adlington, Hannah Crockfort, Menna Fitzpatrick, Jennifer Keho and many more all celebrating their empowerment and success along to Elle Exxe’s triumphant pop anthem.