In The Spotlight

Maya Ghose – “How He Looks At Her”

Hailing from the suburbs outside of Boston, this creative singer and songwriter has been writing and playing music since she was 6. She’s written for school productions as wel as over 50 rock, funk and country songs for herself. Inspired by artists such as Lauryn Hill, Macy Gray and Katy Perry, as well as by working with her producer brother Brayden Ghose, she’s created a soulful sound of her own.

Originally written when she was only 12 years old, she revised the lyrics of her debut single to reflect more mature experiences. With a slight Alanis Morissette vibe, she marries a smooth rhythm and a mellow electric guitar with her crisp, authentic vocals, singing about struggling to find unrealistic love. Empowering and skillfully crafted, this rising songbird sure knows how to make an entrance.

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Music History

Con Funk Shun – “Chase Me”

From their album “Candy” (1979):

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New Music

Yorke – “Window Shopping”

With swanky disco strings and an infectious bass line, this is the new single by Australian songbird Yorke:

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