In The Spotlight

Laura Rizzotto – “Cherry On Top”

This Brazilian songstress was born in Rio de Janeiro and started playing piano at the age of 9. By the age of 11 she had written her first song and has started to teach herself how to play guitar and ukulele. She was performing her own songs at the age of 15 and a year later she had landed her first record deal. She worked together with legend Eumir Deodato and opened for Demi Lovato, when she performed in Brazil. Now based in New York, she’s working on an EP series, the first being released soon.

Her new single is full to the brim with unbridled fun. She took a vibrant pop song, added a sprinkling of funky beats, some witty lyrics and radiated it with pure summer sunshine. This happy, upbeat song will have you bobbing along and reaching for your bathing suit in no time.

From her upcoming EP “Ruby”, to be released in the summer of 2017:

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Music History

Stephanie Mills – “Stand Back”

From her self-titled album (1985):

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New Music

Starsailor – “All This Life”

From their upcoming album “All This Life”, to be released on 1 September 2017:

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Birthday Song

Men At Work – “Who Can It Be Now”

Happy birthday to Mr. John Rees (66) and Mr. Ron Strykert (60) of Men At Work, who share their birthday today.

From their album “Business As Usual” (1981):

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Music History

James Ingram – “It’s Real”

From his album “It’s Real” (1989):

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New Music

Rachel Crow – “Dime”

This is the new single by singer and actress Rachel Crow:

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