The first thing that Pop fans enjoy about Ivoree Xavier is the way he pours his soul, life, and heart into singing. ‘Prince Of Sorrow,’ the title of his most recent EP is undeniable proof of that. Inspired by the eighties icon of Soul, Sade Adu, and the legendary Prince is what gave birth to the name of this project.
Here Ivoree Xavier lends a sophisticated touch in mellow tunes like “Seasons,” “Scorpio,” “Anchor On My Heart,” “Jealous (ft. Heather Riffel),” and “Foundation.” In other words, these tracks are great for curling up on the sofa. By comparison, the party-ready jam “Wish You Well” sounds quite the opposite from the rest, and it will make you feel like dancing. Indeed, the colorful music video for this specific song screams Calvin Harris/Rihanna/Ariana Grande vibes to me.
Overall, his alluring vocals deliver emotions of unrequited love, jealousy, pain, grief, yearning, confidence, and much more. Just relax and explore the intriguing storytelling in the lyrics. Stream in full ‘Prince Of Sorrow’ via Spotify down here.
Naturally, he shows no signs of stopping. The artist born in Akron, Ohio, and based out in LA is ready to drop new music videos and fantastic compositions throughout the year.
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Javen Jackson Shines On Contemporary RnB Single “ALL IN”
This offering marks Javen Jackson‘s continuous steps towards a more modern and contemporary RnB sound while betting on electronic synths. “ALL IN” offers an enthralling juxtaposition of emotions that revolve around love, money, and sex. When I say it’s a must-listen, I truly mean it.
The former college athlete from Pensacola, Florida showcases his captivating vocal dexterity that suits the slow-paced and chill vibes. Of course, this release was possible thanks to the joint effort with Lu Kang.
Besides that, I believe he owes some debt to Chris Brown, Sam Smith, and The Weeknd’s artistic vision, which translates into his cutting-edge innovation.
“ALL IN” is his first appetizer for his upcoming debut album to be released in February 2023. Take a listen below!
Undoubtedly, such a great tune illuminates his sparkling ascending talent. Also, you will love the way he delivers every lyric of his intimate narrative wrapped in passion.
Javen Jackson is able to convey his feelings through his voice as he pours his heart out with a lot of energy. In other words, this is enough proof that he’s no longer holding himself back from making the music he loves.
You can expect more relatable stories via his songs pretty soon. Just keep an eye on his socials for more updates.
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Pachanta Releases Spanglish Cover Of Roxette’s Most Popular Hit
One of the most exciting duos currently coming out of Germany, Pachanta just released the first-ever Spanglish cover of Roxette’s “It Must Have Been Love.”
You’re about to hear a mind-blowing reinterpretation that is 180 degrees different from the popular 1987 hit. Starting with the Spanish lyrics which positively represent a break from the norm, while keeping the emotional side of the original version intact.
Furthermore, night turns into the perfect scenario for the music video, in which pure romance is in the air.
Together both artists complement their talents inside out.
So, I wonder what’s the point of being completely enamored of someone if you don’t sing “It Must Have Been Love” out loud?
No doubt, these guys offer a fascinating new slice of Pop filled with contemporary arrangements and spicy Latin music. That is not to forget Pachanta is driven by passion which is the secret ingredient to this successful single.
On the other hand, Roxette’s Per Gessle approves this Spanglish cover, describing it as nice and authentic. Likewise, the song has already garnered much credibility via important music outlets.
“It Must Have Been Love” is a radio-friendly classic that never goes out of style. Nevertheless, bending genres and playing around with different aspects of it appears to be the right formula too.
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Vivi Hu Shares Animated Video For Lo-Fi/Bedroom Pop Single
Having been featured in All About Jazz, Sino Vision, Sino TV, and BronxNet TV, Vivi Hu now brings us a gentle tale and heartfelt reminder about the importance of staying true to oneself. This song paints a picture of how she found the confidence to be herself and make a difference, despite what others think. The lyrics are inspired by Vivi’s Chinese first name “雪薇（Xuewei), meaning “snow” and ”rose.”
The song talks about how she began to understand who she is, how to embrace herself and made a choice to be herself, regardless of other people’s opinions. To blossom wherever she is, even in the snow, even when people doubted her.
With beats reminiscent of Lo-Fi and Bedroom Pop, Hu brings us on a lyrical and sensually smooth journey through language and emotion. “Vivi, Hu?” is sure to be your next most played song as you stare out the window watching falling snow or rain and sipping on something warm and sweet.