Weekend Edition – @skopemag news for March 31, 2019 @ 3 pm est

Joe Moth – ‘Only Your Love’

Independent South African Rapper & Singer/ Songwriter Joe Moth has hung up his gospel rap gloves and teamed up with producer Dave LA Decks and vocalist Calvin Meyer to bring us the beautiful “Only Your Love”. Blending tropical house and a rumba beat, Joe Moth brings you a sing-along banger with a serious message for a wounded nation, “Without love, we are nothing.”

Larger than life, Cosmo City’s golden boy, Joe Moth, oozes an irresistible energy on stage and boasts with a unique voice that is reminiscent of the Kwaito greats Mdu, KB, and Iggy Smalls.

His music is about bringing people together and forgetting the fighting, the money & who has the best swag. “Let’s just dance!!!!”

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Music Video feature – “Straight Lines” (General Crush)

“Straight Lines” is a new single from General Crush, the solo project of singer/songwriter Ray Ward. The song is about navigating expectations of society and confronting rigid patterns of routine. The song is out now via Kobalt Music/AWAL. He’s releasing an EP “Reasons of Tomorrow” in July 2019. He co-directed the music video with his sister Nico Ward.

Reel Feels – Don’t Cry

As Los Angeles-based artist Reel Feels has been making waves over the last few years. On the heels of his recently acclaimed single, “Feel It All,” which has been racking up significant streams on various platforms, he’s back with his latest album, In The Sky. The eight-track album spans several genres including alternative, rap, to dance & bass music. From the intro to the end, “In The Sky” feels like you’re in space or on the astral plane.

Bay Area Band THE HAPPYS Bring Sunshine To Dark Places on New Single/Video “Cut The Rope”

“An aggressive burst of energy, “Cut the Rope” is as infectious as it is powerful, as loud as it is heartfelt and as frightening as it is necessary. “Cut the Rope” is about leaping from the precipice and landing somewhere new and hopeful.”- PopMatters