In The Spotlight

Ebony Loren – “Phone Static”

Originally from Wisconsin and now Chicago-based, this budding singer and songwriter was born with musical notes running through her veins. Singing since the age of 5 and writing songs since the age of 10, she taught herself to play guitar and piano. Inspired by artists like Daniel Caesar, Lizzy McAlpine and Bruno Major, she debuted her pop, R&B and jazz blend on “No Amount Of Tears” in 2017.

Lyrically relating her own experiences with living a life and career online, while longing for more organic, real-life moments, her new single cradles her honest words in soft jazzy tones. With a fresh guitar and a mellow rhythm accompanying her velveteen, R&B-laced voice, they meld together into an ear-stroking smooth groove. Filled with silky nostalgia, this relatable gem warms anybody’s heart.

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Music History

George Benson – “Turn Your Love Around”

From his album “The George Benson Collection” (1981):

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New Music

AJA – “Love At First Song”

Filled with feisty defiance, this catchy, high-energy pop bop is the new single by Canadian songbird AJA:

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