@skopemag news for December 11, 2018 @ 9 am est

FLIPP DINERO Releases New Music Video For “FEELIN LIKE”

Z Berg and Ryan Ross premiere video for dark Christmas ballad, “The Bad List,”

Today Z Berg shares “The Bad List,” her new holiday single featuring Ryan Ross (formerly of Panic! At The Disco) – the music video premieres via Alternative Press – watch it here. Z and Ross also spoke to AP about the song / video and their history together. The single will be available everywhere on 12/18 via Metropolitan Indian.

Ryan Ross, Z Berg team up on Christmas song, “The Bad List”—watch

Video: Benny – “Not Gone Jaws”

Equally adept at melodic flights of fancy and mean East Bay-style street talk, Vallejo, CA’s Benny is the total package. Wilding out at a warehouse party with a pet snake around his neck, Benny kicks it with his crew in “Not Gone Jaws,” his latest video. Dropping the auto-tune for a glistening, tough-talking mob track, Benny pulls no punches on the new single, confident in the ability to walk away from any case because of his gang’s steadfast loyalty: “Tell em throw out my case, I got no priors/At least that what they think.” Premiered by Dirty-Glove Bastard, who described the video as “like the 2018 Bay Area version of Michael Jackson’s legendary ‘Thriller,’ video, but without the choreography and with Glock 22s and a living, breathing python,” “Not Gone Jaws” is the latest video from Different, Benny’s new project, following the emotional clip for “You Don’t Know.”

Band of Silver // Release new music video “El Magnifico”

Martin Jensen Releases “Somebody I’m Not” Official Video Today!

Today, Martin Jensen released his official video for “Somebody I’m Not.” Starring Jensen and collaborator Bjørnskov, the video opens to Bjornskov performing in an ominous warehouse, while Jensen pensively makes his way across a scenic beach – filled with flares, drones, and gorgeous views. The two eventually find one another in the dark, hazy warehouse. The “Somebody I’m Not” video premiered with Idolator this morning.

Yungeen Ace Seethes Against His Enemies in the Hook-Filled “I Can’t” ?

Using his music to vent his feelings and make sense of his violent life in Jacksonville, Yungeen Ace is the new voice of Southern rap emotionalism. Returning with a poignant and simmering new banger, Yungeen Ace shares “I Can’t.” Speaking out against the justice system and faithless friends who sold him out, Ace dwells on his pain on the new single: “Never love again, can’t trust a soul they all want fame/I’m on probation, why’m I stayin’ in lock up with them changes.” Rhyming above dramatic keys and booming bass, Ace seethes with anger, lashing out at anyone who might get in his way: “I can’t let you live.” In the video, a masked Ace stands in chains, as he rages against his unseen oppressors. “I Can’t” is Ace’s first new single since September’s “Don’t Know Why,” which has over 3.3 million views on YouTube, and follows the video for “Hold Me Down,” which has over 1.1 million views since its week-of-Thanksgiving release.

MALUM SKY Release New Official Video For ‘Diatribe’ And Announce Album Pre-Order


Greg Jacquin Shares “Time Again” Via PopMatters | Announces New LP Out 2/15

New York-based, indie folk artist, Greg Jacquin, shares the lead single and announces his new album, Clocks Slow Down, due out 2/15. Last week, PopMatters premiered the single with praise, stating, “The mournful track maintains a wistful sentiment as Jacquin looks back on the difficulties that his past has offered him, flourishing in an ebullient, roots-centric swirl of instrumentation paired beside his own captivating, subtle grit.”


Country music’s rising up-and-comer, Sandra Lynn, has debuted the music video for her latest single, “My Christmas Wish for You” on CMT Music, CMT.com and Country Rebel. The encouraging and hopeful track was written by Grammy Award-winning, hit songwriters, Linda Thompson and Richard Marx as well as produced by Grammy Award-winning engineer and producer, Ben Fowler.

In the video, directed by husband and wife duo, Brandon Hess and Tara Tucker (Tucker/Hess Productions), we follow the singer/songwriter as she delivers the song’s timeless lyric along the reflective beaches of the Southern California coast and a cozy living room fireside, all interwoven with nostalgic home videos from throughout Lynn’s childhood.

'My Christmas Wish for You' by Sandra Lynn

'My Christmas Wish for You' by Sandra Lynn Music

Posted by Country Rebel on Friday, December 7, 2018

Mitchell Tenpenny Achieves First #1 Hit with “Drunk Me”

Five days before the release of his Riser House/Columbia Nashville debut album Telling All My Secrets on Friday, December 14, Mitchell Tenpenny’s lead single, “Drunk Me,” takes the No. 1 position on this week’s Mediabase/Country Airplay chart. Co-produced by Tenpenny and Jordan M. Schmidt and co-written by Tenpenny, Schmidt and Justin Wilson, the Gold-certified “Drunk Me” reaches the summit of the country radio airplay chart while concurrently amassing over 120 million streams.

Skope Magazine x KID KOALA releases new visuals for “All For You”

Visionary scratch DJ and producer Kid Koala (aka Eric San) shares the visuals for latest single “All For You” featuring Trixie Whitley.



UK based Irish singer and songwriter Maverick Sabre has announced his third album When I Wake Up slated for release on
March 22nd and is now available for pre-order. The new album is a personal and poignant body of work and includes powerful features from Grammy nominated artists Jorja Smith and Chronixx. In addition to the album news, Sabre has shared his new video for “Her Grace” feat. Chronixx and directed by Shaun Grace.

New LP // theAngelcy (Tel Aviv indie folk)

“I always was kind of self-conscious to play my songs to native English speakers, because I don’t have that sensibility, you know. It’s a language, an organism. I’m sure I’m very crude,” says Rotem Bar Or.

He says it humbly, and with a smile, and in virtually perfect English.

The lead singer and songwriter of the Tel Aviv based-band theAngelcy, Rotem and his bandmates (Maya Lee Roman, Maayan Zimry, Uri Marom, and Udi Naor) have spent the better part of six years traveling and playing shows throughout Europe and in their native Israel. And it’s been challenging; due to a lack of music establishments and conventional “rules” in the Tel Aviv music scene, the band has adopted an entrepreneurial spirit – a DIY ethic that has led them to pioneer a scene wherein creativity and individuality reign above all else. The side effect? Lots of time on the road.

Chris Garneau Shares “Torpedo” Video On HuffPost

Chris Garneau has shared the video for his single “Torpedo” on HuffPost. Billboard streamed his new LP Yours ahead of its 11/9 release date. Prior to the album stream, he released three singles, Cool Hunting announced Chris’ new LP, as well as the first single entitled “Torpedo” featuring Shannon Funchess of Light Asylum and PopMatters/BlackBook shared his track “Choices”. Chris also released the track “Ambush”. His fourth full-length LP Yours will be out 11/9 via The Orchard. Chris just got done touring across the globe including dates in the U.S., Europe, and China.

Iakopo Releases New Music Video Off Upcoming Album ‘Waves’!

A true citizen of the world, Iakopo’s feel ties his vast influences together to create a hypnotic reggae sound. His highly anticipated upcoming album Waves is set to release on February 1st, 2019 off tastemaker label Mensch House Records! The album was recorded and produced by Chaz Rox in Carson, California, and features Bo Napoleon, Yaccahmoe, and Jemere Morgan. Iakopo has also just released a saucy music video for his new single “In the Back,” premiering on Ghettoblaster now!