In The Spotlight

Jaclyn Manfredi – “Lost Me”

Having already performed at the acclaimed Apollo Theater and the legendary Carnegie Hall by the time she was 17, this New York-based R&B songstress went on to audition for The Voice and reached the second round. Influenced by singers like Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys and Jorja Smith, she ties classic soul and old-school R&B together with a contemporary twist. She debuted with “Poet” in 2017.

Her delicious auditory fusion truly brews to perfection on her latest single. The smooth and suave melodic soul is a testament to the 80s greats such as Luther Vandross, while the purity of her impressive silken vocals add a touch of modernity. A mellow beat, velvety synths and catchy hooks are adding lavish flavors to her bewitching and honest voice, blending into the perfect soulful melange.

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Music History

Matt Bianco – “Sneaking Out The Back Door”

From their album “Whose Side Are You On?” (1984):

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New Music

Phoebe Katis – “It’s OK To Cry”

Brimming with sweet, soulful pop vibes, this is the new single by songstress Phoebe Katis:

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