In The Spotlight

Jazz Morley – “Every Moment”

Hailing from Bournemouth, this British singer and songwriter started writing songs at the piano at a young age. Initially influenced by the likes of Whitney Houston and Fleetwood Mac, she discovered a penchant for emotive lyricism and creating captivating melodies. She introduced electronic touches to her wistful sound on her 2016 single “Bad Love”, earning her international acclaim.

Her new single sounds like stepping into an enchanted, ethereal world of outstanding auditory beauty. The electronic beat and mild synths serve as a mere guide for her entrancing, melancholic vocals to lead the way to a chorus of anthemic choral harmonies. Singing about embracing life’s highs and lows, its hypnotic ambience forges an atmospheric soundscape of true luscious luster.

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Music History

Stevie Wonder – “Superstition”

From his album “Talking Book” (1972):

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New Music

Riley Clemmons – “Better For It”

This is the sophomore single of Nashville-native singer/songwriter Riley Clemmons:

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