In The Spotlight

Sonny – “Yesterday’s Gone”

The youth of this charismatic 18 year old singer/songwriter makes his vocal and musical abilities all the more impressive. Hailing from South Shields in the UK, he not only sings and writes his own material, but he also plays guitar and keys. His debut EP “Hopeless Romantic” was released earlier this year, which was received with rave reviews. Recently he supported Gabrielle Aplin on her UK tour.

With his mesmerizing, soul-drenched voice, which sounds experienced, professional and emotional well beyond his years, his latest single sets a new standard of excellence. Guided by an acoustic guitar he sings about the struggle of moving on after the end of a relationship with warmth and passion. Stylish strings and sleek percussion complete this enchanting, lush and heartfelt ballad.

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Music History

Deniece Williams – “I Found Love”

From her album “When Love Comes Calling” (1979):

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New Music

Freia – “Hypnotised

From her EP “Hey You” (2017):

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In The Spotlight

Andy Allo – “This Christmas”

Born in Cameroon and now residing in Sacramento, USA, this singer, songwriter, actress and model is no stranger to the funky side of R&B. After releasing her debut album “UnFresh” in 2009, she became a member of Prince‘s band The New Power Generation in 2011 and collaborated with him on three songs which appear on her second album “Superconductor” from 2012. Recently she released her festive EP “This Christmas”.

The title-track of the EP is filled with electro-R&B Christmas spirit. Stepping away from the traditional carol sound, it has a smooth groovy rhythm, funky synths and her delicate, silky vocals giving it a relaxing, serene vibe. Perfect for playing by twinkling tree lights or a crackling fireplace, you don’t have to write Santa to get it, as she’s giving it away absolutely free! Merry Christmas!

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Music History

The Weather Girls – “Dear Santa (Bring Me A Man This Christmas)”

From their album “Success” (1983):

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New Music

Bebe Rexha – “Count On Christmas”

From the soundtrack of the TV-event “A Christmas Story Live!” (2017):

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