Preyah oozes pop princess perfection with her latest single ‘On The Line’

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Preyah delivers pure pop prowess with her newest single, ‘On The Line’. The track, released on April 9th, is a blend of pop and electronic elements tied together with a soulful vocal performance that showcases Preyah’s talent and her glamourous style, especially present in the accompanying music video.

On The Line Music Video

‘On The Line’ is a perfect floor filler. With a dramatic chorus highlighted with disco-Esq strings and an addictive instrumental that carries Preyah’s smooth voice to fruition whilst she makes relatable jabs at modern dating culture. The track is full of energy fit for a diva (“a quirky diva” in Preyah’s own words), and this energy is more than present in the music video, which is full of untouchable stage presence and a gorgeous lilac centric colour palette.

With style reminiscent of eccentric dance hall vibes and modern pop-rap tracks (see Doja Cat), Preyah has created an anthem perfect for a night out sing-along that screams empowerment and purpose. It’s sleek, professional and full of flair, marking Preyah as someone to watch as she shapes the pop landscape around her.

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Apple: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/preyah/1061548923

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Words by Ellen Oakley

Fresh Hit Radar is back to soundtrack your weekend

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We’re back to showcase some of the very best new music released this week.

This week’s edit is full of grooving tracks to get you and moving and motivated ahead of another lockdown weekend.

Let’s kick off with Friends From Enemies from Arcade Skies. This utterly funky track has an old-school feel, electro infused and full of movement Friends From Enemies has an 80s Electro-Pop style to it. Punchy percussion, rhythmic synths and some innovative vocal samples make for a truly atmospheric track from Arcade Skies. This one is guaranteed to give you that weekend feel, energetic and bouncy Friends From Enemies has us feeling like we could conquer the world.

Next up it’s Time Machine from Riley Whittaker. At just 16 years old Riley might just be the youngest artist EVER to make it on to our Fresh Hit Radar list. Time Machine is a grooving Alt-Pop track, heavenly vocals complimented perfectly by sharp guitars and rising synths make for a hell of a track. Riley Whittaker is a singer-songwriter bursting with talent, her smooth vocal delivery of emotive lyricism making for power packed singles. The talent of Riley Whittaker is comparable to a huge name in music, Taylor Swift. Keep your eye on the rising star that is Riley Whittaker.

Third on the line-up is guitar driven track ‘Monsters’ from Andrew Bradley. This track has a truly feel-good vibe, bright guitars, gentle percussion and some effortlessly smooth vocals from talented Andrew. ‘Monsters‘ has a soothing and soft sense of groove, moving fluidly like a lullaby to the listener. With heartwarming word-smithery ‘Monsters’ is a truly perfect and subtly beautiful Acoustic-Pop single.

Rounding up the list it’s Annie Elise with single Open Eyes. Ambient and charming, Open Eyes is a truly anthemic Electro-Pop single. Something about Annie Elise is intriguing, her deeply texture and layered instrumentality is contrasted perfectly by her stripped back yet stunning vocals. Open Eyes is a genre-bending track combining elements of Pop, Electro and even a hint of R&B. The single draws us into the curious musical world of Anna Elise, and we never want to leave.

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Written By: Jessica Rowe

Demi Lovato suffered three strokes and a heart attack after her 2018 overdose

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Demi Lovatos near-fatal 2018 drug overdose caused her to suffer three strokes and a heart attack as doctors fought to save her life.

The Confident hitmaker will lay out her personal struggles in the new YouTube docuseries Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil, and in the trailer, which was released on Wednesday, the singer revealed just how close she came to death after suffering a setback in her battle with sobriety.

In the teaser, Demi suggested keeping her issues bottled up caused her to act out and put her life at risk.

“Any time that you suppress a part of yourself, it’s gonna overflow,” she said, later confessing: “I crossed a line that I had never crossed… I snapped.”

Recalling her near-death experience, Demi shared: “I had three strokes, I had a heart attack. My doctors said that I had five to 10 more minutes (to live).”

The footage is soundtracked by an as-yet-unreleased song, which the lyrics suggest shares the same title as the docuseries.

“I’m rebirthing, I’m starting over,” Demi declared.

“I’ve had a lot of lives, like my cat; I’m on my ninth life. I’m ready to get back to doing what I love, which is making music. I’m not living my life for other people, or their headlines, or their Twitter comments,” she went on.

The hard-hitting four-part series, which chronicles the events which led up to her medical emergency, will also feature appearances by her family and close friends, as well as Christina Aguilera and Sir Elton John, who admitted: “When you’re young and you’re famous, my god, it’s tough.”

Best of luck to the star in her sobriety, and a brave move to share her story to publicly.

Reported By: Jessica Rowe

New Music Mondays, let’s kick off the week with some fresh hits

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Lacking that Monday motivation? We’re here to bring you some new music guaranteed to get you moving this morning!

We’ve got a line-up of fresh hits and new releases from across the boundaries of genres. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter to never miss a post!

Kicking off the list it’s Raihanna Estrada with track June. Summer may feel far away but this track brings with it a sense of sunshine; bright and flowing June is a freeing Indie-Country track. Rolling drums, lively guitars and some soft yet powerful vocals make for an accomplished single. June has real movement to it, an energetic feel that will bring a little light into your day. Raihanna brings with her that feel-good vibe, radiant and glowing we truly can’t get enough of this track.

Next up it’s new single from duo Gefahrgeist titled Nukular. This track is dark and atmospheric, with some hauntingly beautiful vocals, sweetly sad lyricism and intricate production. Scottish duo Gefahrgeist are the definition of unique, their innovative instrumentals, experimental electronic elements and mysterious, melodic harmonies make the group a real stand out. Not to be limited by genre, Gefahrgeist create dark Ballads that have a strangely comforting feel, like a warm hug that brings tears to your eyes. The duo pull you in with their soundscapes, taking you into a musical space you won’t want to leave.

Third on our list is single Sunshine from Shawn Mathews. Just like its title this single is bright, warm and care-free. Sunshine is a grooving Alt-Pop single from multi-instrumentalist Shawn Mathews. Punchy beats, smooth harmonies and softly driving guitars make for one STUNNING track. Produced to perfection Sunshine is full of good vibes, a sense of freedom and the promise of better days. A real mood booster, Sunshine is one of the best tracks we’ve heard so far this year.

Rounding up our list it’s Indie Rockers Waiting for Winry with their outstanding track Find That Feeling. The south Wales duo have a soulful feel to their music, infusing raw emotion into lamenting lyricism to create vivid stories through sound. Some wonderfully soft harmonies coupled with nimble guitars make Find That Feeling a polished single. Waiting for Winry have really captured our attention.

Happy Listening!

Written By: Jessica Rowe

Billie Eilish almost ready to release new album

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The 19-year-old megastar revealed to fans this week that her follow-up to her record-breaking 2019 debut LP ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ will likely boast 16 tracks.

And now, the ‘Therefore I Am’ hitmaker has shared a studio snap on Instagram, as she nears the end of the process.

She simply captioned the grainy photograph: “almost done.”

The Grammy-winner recently teased: “There isn’t one song, or one part of one song, that I wish was this or that I wish it was that.”

Billie told fans that she’ll be beginning a “new era” this year.

She said on her Instagram story in December: “It will be the end of an era. I’m gonna give you a new era. I have announcements to make, I’ve got some s*** to put out.”

At the start of the clip, she joked that she won’t give her fans her new album if they keep poking fun at her green hair.

We can’t wait for new Billie!

Reported By: Jessica Rowe

Vintage-pop diva Jade Moss brings us sultry new single ‘Hey Babe’

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Smooth yet sharp, talented songstress Jade Moss has released her latest single ‘Hey Babe’.

The moody yet alluring track is all about finding love in a disposable age; a cutting criticism on the shallow nature of the world and a warped take on a love song.

Jade Moss‘ signature sound is a seamless blend of modern and old-school influences; taking inspiration from Jazz, Pop and Trip-Hop genres, Jade Moss has a deeply unique quality to her artistry.

‘Hey Babe’ features some gritty-good vocals, a rolling beat and catchy melodies. The track is defiant, with Jade’s lyricism packed full of wit, force and fire.

If there’s one thing that strikes you about Jade Moss it’s her attitude. Fearless and intense, Jade’s personality packs a real punch that listeners won’t forget anytime soon.

Jade’s creative talents are by no means limited to music, having made her name as an innovating entrepreneur in the world of fashion and textiles.

Just like her sound, Jade’s designs have a retro feel, combining contemporary fashions with trends of the distant past to create pieces that have landed her in huge online retailers.

Jade’s addictive melodies and defiant energy will have you feeling fearless and ready to take on the world. Creating a unique blend of genres both old and new, Jade Moss’ sound oozes quality and potential.

“The music that I write is about my experiences with love, joy, strength and the importance of self-worth.”

Jade Moss

Ready to make her mark on music, Jade Moss is set to bring us a full EP in April this year titled ‘Only You’.

With plenty more magical music in the works there’s no better time to get to know Jade Moss.

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Written By: Jessica Rowe

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Fresh, fiery and fantastic- All the Fresh Hits you need to fill your weekend

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Happy Friday readers! We’re back to round off the week with a collection of stunning tracks that are HOT off the press.

With an insane number of great releases to choose from we were truly spoiled this week, and delighted to be sharing another Fresh Hit Radar lineup with you.

Let’s kick off with the wonderful Vicky Trantou and single All About Me. Smooth and sultry All About Me is an accomplished R&B track from the young songstress. Ethereal vocals, bouncing percussion and some gorgeous runs make for a stunning single from Vicky Trantou. All About Me comes off latest release and debut EP from Vicky titled ‘Seventeen’, a collection of four stunning tracks that establish Vicky as a rising star in UK R&B. Stream All About Me below-

Next up is Electro-Pop ballad I Can’t Get Away from Scottish artist Konner. Packed full of bright synth pads and Konner’s deeply rich vocals I Can’t Get Away is an ambient single. Melodic and glossy this track is true Synth-Pop brilliance. With just a hint of sorrow hidden behind those sparkling synths, don’t blame us when this track has you shedding a tear or two.

Third on the line-up are Sad-Pop masters Audrey’s Dance with emotive track ‘Internet Queen’. Heart-wrenching and icy, Internet Queen is a softly sad tune from the duo. Gentle vocals sit effortlessly over warm piano chords to create an atmospheric track. Moody and melancholy, Audrey’s Dance emanate a sad yet sweet tone, depressing yet heavenly they find a perfect musical blend between light and dark.

Next up it’s SoulClap with track Val, featuring Illa Jjo & Verb Turner. Soulful and grooving, Val is a kinetic and smooth Alt-Rap track from the talented trio. Packed full with witty bars, jazz influence and subtle bounce the track carries genuine flow and movement. Produced to perfection, Val is a faultless track. Listen to Val to add some groove to your weekend.

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Written By: Jessica Rowe

Back and better than ever, it’s the very first Fresh Hit Radar lineup of 2021!

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Happy New Year one and all! We’re so excited to be back in the saddle and bringing you another instalment of our beloved Fresh Hit Radar.

We’ve line-up a few of the best tracks we’ve heard this week, bringing you nothing but tunes. Buckle up and let’s dive into the music!

First up it’s Pop Playlister’s fave Lohrd Snohw back with another single titled Call Me Deadly. This one comes in collaboration with fellow talent Kate Brunotts, and the two of them make for one hell of a duo. Haunting and atmospheric, this Alt-Pop single is packed full of intriguing synths, innovative percussion and icy lyricism. Curious yet wistful Call Me Deadly is a cinematic track from the duo, with glossy vocals and nimble runs we truly couldn’t wish for more. Listen Below.

Next up it’s Mattiechi with the aptly titled single ‘Smooth’. This grooving single is classic old-school R&B goodness, with an easy sitting beat some sultry vocals and understated harmonies. Mattiechi’s sound has an openly nostalgic feel, reminiscent of 90’s/00’s style R&B this track will take you back to your younger days. Laid back and peaceful Smooth is the definition of an easy listening tune, pop this one on your playlist and feel truly tranquil.

Next up is psych-rock single Cafe from band Bad Chemicals. Driving and heavy this track is back full of punchy drums, gritty guitars and impenetrable vocals. Gloomy instrumental with a strangely cheery vibe make for the perfect equilibrium between light and dark. This track will have you up and moving in no time.

Rounding off the list is a stunning single and music video from the talented Araya titled Color Palette. Vibrant and animated this single is full of bright guitars, smooth beats and some gooey vocals. Araya is an artist that transcends genre, bringing a curious yet polished sense of style to the scene. Color Palette is a feel good track, accompanied by a music video that is nothing but good vibes, take a look below.

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Written By: Jessica Rowe

S Club 7 in talks to reunite and make new music…

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S Club 7 are in talks to reunite and make new music as a seven-piece after being inspired by Steps’ successful comeback.

Band member Tina Barrett – who was joined by Jon Lee, Rachel Stevens, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearitt, Bradley McIntosh and Paul Cattermole in the classic lineup – has revealed she has discussed writing new music together with her former bandmates, 17 years after they split.

The reunion talks, she says, were inspired by their 90s rivals, who recently reached No2 in the Official UK Chart with their album, ‘What The Future Holds’.

Tina told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre column: “We ­definitely want to do something new together.

“We’re all older now so we could do something that reflects how we are now — not such a teeny-bopper sound, something more credible.

“Looking at a band like Steps who are quite ­similar, they’ve done new music and they’ve done incredibly well. We’d be silly not to.

“Everyone really enjoyed the last reunion so this time around everyone’s more up for it.

“I’ve chatted to pretty much everyone and I think we’re all up for it. So it’s just about getting it in the diary. I’m pretty sure it will happen.”

The ‘Reach’ hitmakers last reunited in 2015 for their ‘Bring It All Back’ tour.

And despite Hannah and Paul previously being in a relationship together, Tina insisted that won’t cause any issues.
Tina added: “Obviously it’s life — you’re with someone and then you break up and some people still have to work with them.

Could a 90s band see success in a modern market? Let’s hope they give it a shot!

Reported By: Jessica Rowe

Packed full with fearless talent, Antonia Grace brings us stunning EP ‘London Grace’

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One of Pop’s most exciting young talents Antonia Grace is back with more stunning music.

Ten year old phenomenon Antonia Grace brings us her first ever EP titled London Grace. The five track wonder-project demonstrates Antonia’s diverse style, vocal ability and songwriting prowess well beyond her years.

Having already received radio play across the globe, and acquired celebrity fans such as Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan, Antonia is one of the youngest and most promising pop acts emerging on to the scene.

Latest release, London Grace, is Antonia’s biggest project to date. Astoundingly, every single track was written by Antonia herself, mixed by Marc Williams and produced by the talented Lemoyne ‘LA’ Smith.

Highlights from the London Grace project include Hideaway, a soft pop ballad full of bright guitars and Antonia’s purely brilliant vocals; Something He Said, a more electro infused track packed full of flowing synths, some driving electric guitars and a grooving beat; as well as Bad Story, a slightly darker Pop track with Antonia’s hauntingly beautiful vocals and some vivid story-telling. Overall, the debut album illustrates that Antonia is a versatile Pop talent who excels in many genres, styles and musicalities.

French-born and London-based, Antonia Grace is no stranger to stage and creativity, having ventured into musical theatre at the tender age of 5 and already performed in front of thousands.

Adaptable and multi-talented, songstress and actress Antonia Grace is full to the brim of creativity, talent and potential.

Recent ventures have seen Antonia Grace take vocal lessons from none other than Dave Gahan (Depeche Mode). Amazingly Depeche Mode are credited for inspiring the young Antonia to pursue music, having been taken to a gig at just seven years old that lit a fire in Antonia Grace to go out and make her own sound.

Exciting young talents such as Antonia Grace bring hope in dark times. Like a light shining through dark clouds, Antonia’s talent and potential is a true pleasure to watch blossom. We for one can’t wait to see what she does next.

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