In The Spotlight

MÁDAM – “Rise Up”

Currently residing in New York, this Brazilian singer/songwriter wants to inject some much needed positivity through her music and with a bachelor degree in music therapy she knows just how to use her sound to make you feel good. Combining uplifting electro-pop, motivational lyrics and a touch of soul, her songs are as much therapeutic as they are fun.

Her debut single is bursting at the seams with those positive vibes and will put an instant and lasting smile on your face. It’s a very catchy pop song with an addictive beat, but it’s her warm, silky smooth voice and her zeal for making the world a happier place that makes this song special and will make you want to rise up and breathe that positivity.

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Music History

The Deele – “Body Talk”

From their album “Street Beat” (1983):

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New Music

Jess & The Bandits – “Sister”

From their upcoming album “Smoke & Mirrors”, to be released 15 September 2017:

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Birthday Song

The Pretenders – “Don’t Get Me Wrong”

Happy birthday to Miss Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders, who is 66 today.

From their album “Get Close” (1986):

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Music History

Taja Sevelle – “Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me?”

From her self-titled debut album (1987):

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New Music

The Fedz – “Urban Tales”

This is the new single by London-based UK/US music collective The Fedz:

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