In The Spotlight

Casii Stephan – “Trapeze Artist”

Although she grew up shy, this Tulsa-based singer and songwriter found her fierce voice when she began writing songs on the family piano aged 16. Having created an unique blend of soulful pop/rock, her vocal acrobatics have been hailed by critics worldwide. Compared to Florence Welch and Carole King and inspired by The White Stripes and H.E.R., she released her debut “Yo-Yo” in 2014.

Highlighting her exquisite songwriting skills and glowing with a colorful passion, her new single is anthemic and empowering. Starting with a sweet acoustic piano and her luscious silky voice, the song soon ascends to a cinematic orchestral extravagance. Showing the rich vibrancy of her lavish vocal skills, singing about how life’s highs and lows are visible on social media, this is a multilayered treasure.

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Music History

Bryan Adams – “Can’t Stop This Thing We Started”

From his album “Waking Up The Neighbours” (1991):

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New Music

Matilda – “Forever”

With a delicious cinematic 80s synthpop feel, this is the new single by Norwegian songbird Matilda:

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