In The Spotlight

Georgia Dutton – “Shut It Down”

This Brisbane-based Australian singer and songwriter has built her young life around an unbridled passion for music. Inspired by the music of artists like Asha Jeffries, Emma Louise and Missy Higgins, she wrote her first song at the tender age of 9. In 2018, she released her debut single “Bittersweet Love” at the youthful age of 16, which reached a mouthwatering 70,000 streams in only three months.

With an innocent arrangement and a teasingly infectious vibe, her new single exposes her auditory playful side. With a bouncy beat, a simply smooth synth and childlike backing vocalists adding a taunting edge, the track still manages to emit a delightful sparkle, while remaining fun and unpretentious. And with her refreshing vocals telling the lyrical story, you don’t want to shut this tune down.

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Music History

Tom Jones – “If I Only Knew”

From his album “The Lead And How To Swing It” (1994):

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New Music

Ava Max – “On Somebody”

Mixing infectious R&B and upbeat pop, this is the new single by L.A.-based artist Ava Max:

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