In The Spotlight

Kelsy Karter ft. Hudson Thames – “Easy Tiger”

Growing up as a rather mischievous teenager in Australia, this blue eyed soul singer considered herself an old soul with a young heart. She immersed herself in 50s and 60s soul of legends such as James Brown, Sam Cooke and The Ronettes and clothed herself accordingly. Now based in Los Angeles, she blends those nostalgic soul vibes with modern pop to create an unique, decade-spanning sound.

Dipped in the recalcitrant streak of the 1960s, her latest single shows her to be a true rebel with a voice. With a bracing beat, infectious guitars and catchy keys, it’s dripping with sexy 60s soul sensibilities. The powerful, seductive vocals of Kelsy and Hudson are a dueling duet of sensuous new lovers and add a playful, charismatic charm to an invigorating musical romance with vintage vitality.

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Music History

Michael Jackson – “Off The Wall”

From his album “Off The Wall” (1979):

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New Music

Backstreet Boys – “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”

In their 25th anniversary year, this is the new single by the Backstreet Boys:

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