You can listen to King Anne‘s own version of Britney Spears’ “Toxic” if you’re into acoustic-oriented songs. The 24-year-old Haitian Afrolatina singer provides a whole new energy to this classic hit we all love. Firstly, she embraces her soulful vocals over delicate guitar tones. Therefore, I would dare to say this cover sounds more like a ballad rather than an upbeat dance composition as in the case of the original. With that in mind, the emblematic violin solos, high pitched strings, and synths are a thing of the past. Instead, she creates something slower and more emotional with the only help of one single instrument. Hungry for chill vibes? Then give this fresh rendition to the Princess of Pop a spin down here!
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Watch Sadie Cannon’s Music Video For New Empowering Song
“Healed Girl Summer” by Sadie Cannon pulls listeners to take action against societal pressure. Sooner or later, her new empowering song will become the season’s liberation anthem.
During this time of the year, the sun is at its highest path through the sky and there’s no way to escape the shiny rays. Likewise, Sadie Cannon’s voice shines so bright to inspire other women to live the life they’ve always wanted.
Obviously, she isn’t afraid to shift paradigms, and thanks to her courage she unveils lyrics to remind you of your light and your worth.
Add to this, Pop-Rock beats that take you back to the early 2000s. And best of all, the tune is filled with a catchy chorus.
As a matter of fact, there’s a great team of artists behind this special cut. “Healed Girl Summer” was written by Eva Indigo, Stefani Mather, and Saide herself.
No doubt, when it comes to radio-friendly songs, the rhythm, the arrangements, and the dynamism are essentially easy to remember. Well, on this occasion, she meets those specific parameters.
Over and above these characteristics, I think the message she sends to her audience defines what is really important. Such a confidence-boosting composition is much needed today.
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INDIGO Drops New Single “Rock The Boat,” Watch The Video Here
INDIGO draws everyone’s attention through her sultry vocals that are layered on top of a perfect blend of RnB and Afrobeats. Right off the bat, you can feel the Caribbean-influenced sounds on “Rock The Boat,” which is paired with summery visuals.
After a breakup, the Florida-based singer-songwriter is continuously in the healing process. Surprisingly, this catchy song is the result of it.
Likewise, “Rock The Boat” is a special tribute to the Queen of Urban Pop, Aaliyah, who sadly passed away in a plane crash back in 2001.
With this new single, it seems love has always been in the air, as lyrics evoke romanticism in its purest form. Additionally, the chorus makes this track an instant singalong.
World-renowned talents such as Mary J. Bilge, Prince, and Paramore are a constant source of inspiration artistically.
She’s planning to drop another gem later this year in collaboration alongside Haze Banks and possibly a mixtape in August.
On a side note, her desire to help independent artists in her hometown led her to create her own label, INDiGo Digital Records. That being said, she’s not only a visionary woman but also brings her compassionate heart into her work.
Without further ado, INDIGO should be on your radar. Period.
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Dillon Releases “Cry Bebe” — Available Everywhere Via Stream
Full of warmth and lightness, Dillon’s second single, “Cry Bebe” from the accompanying album ‘6abotage,‘ could easily be perceived as her most Pop release. Following the oscillating lead single “<3core,” with which the Brazilian-born artist opened the new album cycle, Dillon presents another aspect of the uncompromising Klangwelt she and producer Alexis Troy have designed for the upcoming album.
Listening closely, the second harbinger appears lyrically ambivalent and stunned: “What goes up crashes down, for every high a comedown“, sings Dillon calmly in her usual brittle voice before asking, “Cry Bebe” to take away the depth of her pain. Dillon’s second single also deals with pain and despair, but instead of fostering this, Troy’s production offers relief and serenity through contradictory driving beats and warm synths. It is precisely this emotional interplay that makes this artistic collaboration so contemporary and complex, for everything can and may coexist. The accompanying album ‘6abotage,’ her first album statement since 2017, which Dillon describes as “a love letter, call for help and consequence all in one,” will be released in October.