* If you want to update the article please login/register
New YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / February 5 2020 / Music continues to be a language that unites everyone across the world, regardless of race, origin, or creed. That is why it is important to continue to listen to good music, which can help boost morale and prepare the US to face NEW days and NEW challenge. Nowadays, with the democratization of music and it being more accessible than ever, there are more and more artists showing up every Here are the best 10 out there right now: Gianni Blu is a DJ and producer from Chicago, who has released multiple songs on Spinnin Records and just finished tour throughout midwest that end at EDC Orlando. Gianni released 10 records this year with artists from all over the world including Patoranking, Serani, and Ibranovski. His multicultural background has exposed him to music from all around the world, which sculpts his eclectic style prevalent in his music today. After 10 years of producing music, he has been featured on Global Viral 50 and US Viral 50 playlists on Spotify, and has been supported by some of the biggest artists in the world, including: Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Diplo, Hardwell and many more. Myazwe wrote his first rap band in high school when he was part of a short - live group called Fantastic 5. After he graduate, he released his first solo song called Mathematics under the name Oz Jackson. In February 2017, Myazwe released his debut Album E: My Experiences on Empty, then moved to Atlanta for four months to work with NEW talent and develop his skills. After coming back home to Winnipeg in January 2018, he started working on his second Album, Things I Never say, which dropped in May 2019 and was featured in Lyrical Lemonade as well as Exclaim Magazine, which helped bring a lot more attention to Me and My Music. Throughout his career, he has opened shows for Tyga, YG, Tory Lanez, Boogie wit da Hoodie, Young MA, and Ace Hood. Moreover, his single Blue Lights off of Things I Never say has over 300 000 streams. Yola is an English musician, recently nominated for a Grammy for Best NEW Artist. She was lead singer of the band Phantom Limb and has sung backing vocals for artists such as Iggy Azalea and Chemical Brothers. She describes herself as Queen of Country Soul. Although she is British, she composes songs in genres commonly associated with the US, such as Americana and Country, but she also adds her own touch of Soul and Roots Rock. Her debut Album Walk Through Fire comes out in 2019, and led to her accolades in Music Awards. Jelani Aryeh is year - old musician from San Diego who started releasing music while he was still in high school back in 2017, when songs like Lavender Love and Where We Go were born into World.
Tyler, Creator makes his debut on the GRAMMY stage to performing Earfquake and New Magic Wand alongside R & B luminaries Charlie Wilson and Boyz II Men. Wilson and Boyz II Men open the performance like a barbershop quartet: Wilson sings typically potent lead vocals while Boyz II Men harmonize prettily to Earfquake in the background. But the smooth, soft opening was feint. Moments later, Tyler, Creator was shrieking into microphone, moving jerkily to New Magic Wand. Soon, an army of identically dressed dancers join the rapper onstage to dance frantically as the set appears to burst into flames. Tyler, creator, ends his performance by falling backwards out of sight, seemingly plunging into fire behind him. Tyler, Creator is up for Best Rap Album for IGOR at the 2020 Gram mys. The rapper has two previous nominations, 2017 Best Rap Album nod for Flower Boy as well as Album of Year recognition in 2012 for his work on Frank Oceans Channel Orange. Igor will face Meek Mills Championships, Dreamvilles Revenge of Dreamers III, 21 Savages I Am > I Was and YBN Cordaes lose Boy in the Best Rap Album category at 62 GRAMMY Awards. Igor, Tylers ' fifth Album outside of Odd Future, places Number Five on Rolling Stone's 20 Best Hip - Hop Albums of 2019 list and Number 12 on our list of 50 Best Albums of 2019. The rapper also recently dropped a pair of new singles, Best Interest and Group B. Wilson is known for his hits in Gap Band as well as his solo career, recently released new single, Forever Valentine. Bruno Mar serves as co - writer, co - producer and background singer on the track, which was written when Wilson appeared among special guests on the Mars tour in support of 24K Magic. We talked about songs vibe for a while, put chorus down and then didnt see each other for a while, Wilson said of Forever Valentine. Then we end up on the road together. Wed sing every day at lunch time as we further hash out song, he add. The former Gap Band singer has been nominated for 13 GRAMMYs over the course of his career; remarkably, he has never won. His most recent nomination was in 2019 for Best Traditional R & B Performance for Make for Love. Forever Valentine marks Wilsons first bit of new solo music since the release of his 2017 album, in It to Win It. Over the past few years, Wilson has collaborated with an array of artists, including Snoop Dogg, Kanye West and Tyler, Creator.
Lil Baby is the only big name that matters among seasons ' top albums, it sometimes seem. His My Turn take Turn at the top of the album chart yet again this week, with 69 600 album units. Although there were no new releases debuting in Rolling Stone album chart's Top 10, Haim s Women in Music Pt. Iii just missed it, coming in at No. 11 With 26 700 album units. When it comes to pure album sales, though, Haim was the clear leader with 17 600 full albums sell, more than three times the amount of the nearest contender. Beyond Lil Baby, album Top 10 was filled out by returnees Lil Durk, DaBaby, Post Malone, Harry Styles, Polo G, Weeknd, Drake, Future and Gunna. Lady Gaga dropped out of the Top 10 in the fifth week of Chromatica, landing at No. 12. Besides Haim, only other new entry to bow in the Top 20 was 6lack at No. 13. Hamilton cast album saw rise to No. 14, even with the charting period ending prior to filmed versions streaming debut. Expect a significantly bigger bump in the next chart. Last week No. 2 album, Bob Dylans Rough and Rowdy Ways, saw big decline in its second week, falling to No. 92 With 9 500 album units. On the songs chart, Rockstar by DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch spent its fifth week at No. 1 position, out of 11 weeks on chart total, with 26. 2 million streams. Dababy can at least partially claim both of the top two spots. Moving up to No. 2 is Whats Poppin by Jack Harlow, which has DaBaby as featured artist along with Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne. Song was not so far from taking the lead spot, with a momentum of 25. 6 million streams in its 23 weeks on chart. The only new song debuting in the Top 10 was Megan Thee Stallion's Girls in Hood, at No. 9 With 10. 5 million streams. That gives her two Top 10 spots, as her long - running hit Savage moves down to No. 4 this week. Blackpinks How You Like That, which had a splashy media bow, is the only other song debuting in the Top 20. K - pop groups comeback single debuts at No. 17 With 6. 3 million streams. The song was reported to have set a 24 - hour YouTube viewing record with 82 million out - of - box views, but it would appear from less staggering US chart figures that the vast majority of those views take place outside America.
In way, her music is simple and unadorned. Her voice is unparalleled star, and her discography grapples with themes of heartbreak, romance, and change. Her 2011 VMAs performance of someone Like You was most notable for being quiet, reflective moment amid a set of chaotic performances, and she got the best reviews of the night for it from fans and critics alike. Someone Like You was Adele's follow - up single to rolling in Deep, and when it hit number one, it became the first vocal - and - piano ballad ever in the Nielsen Soundscan era to do so. Since then, artists like Bruno Mars and Rihanna followed suit with their own hit piano ballads. It's difficult to imagine when I Was Your Man or stay thriving in the pre - Adele era; there d be deep cuts on the album, if not removed entirely. But instead, they were allowed to flourish and become new standards all on their own. Adele performs on stage at Manchester Arena on March 7 2016 in Manchester, England. Gareth Cattermole / Getty image Notably, at 25, Adele didn't stretch to sound any more pop than she did before, despite the increasingly pop - heavy radio market. There Was Send My Love, produced by Max Martin, but that remains as vocals - focused as rolling in Deep Was. And biggest songs on the album, Hello, when We Were Young, and All I Ask, are all big, belty tracks.
Arcade Fire claimed its third straight No. 1 Album on the Billboard 200 chart, as Everything Now arrives atop tally. The album, which was released on July 28 through Columbia Records, earned 100 000 equivalent album units in the week ending Aug. 3, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 94 000 were in traditional album sales. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the US based on multi - metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums and streaming equivalent albums. The new Aug. 19 - date chart will be posted in full on Billboard's websites on Tuesday, Aug. 8. Arcade Fire previously led the chart with Reflektor in 2013 and Suburbs in 2010 - both albums debuted at No. 1. Everything Now is just the second rock album to lead the Billboard 200 in 2017, following Linkin Park's One More Light. Further, Arcade Fire is now the second rock band of this decade with three No. 1s. Linkin Park also has three leaders in the 2010s. Three other groups and bands have also log three No. 1s in 2010s: pop vocal quintet - turn - quartet One Direction, with four; country trio Lady Antebellum, with three; country group Zac Brown Band, with three. Everything Nows sales started at 94 000 was aid by concert ticket / Album bundle sale redemption promotion with acts ' upcoming tour. Other albums that have benefited from such an offer this year include Linkin Park One More Light, Chainsmokers Memories Do not Open and Katy Perry's Witness. Arcade Fire lead very quiet chart, as Everything Now is only debut within top 25 of the chart. Comparatively, week ago, there were eight debuts in the top 25, including five in the top 10. At No. 2 on new Billboard 200 is Kendrick Lamar's former No. 1 DAMN., Which climbs 5 - 2 with 47 000 units. Meek Mill's Wins and Losses hold steady at No. 3 in its second frame, with 37 000 units. Dj Khaled's Grateful, which earlier spent two weeks on list, ascended 9 - 4 with 34 000 units. Jay - Zs ' 4: 44, which also led the tally for a pair of weeks, climbed to 7 - 5 in its fourth week on the chart. 21 Savage s Issa Album rebound back into the top 10, as former No. The 2 - peaking set rose 12 - 6 with 31 000 units. Issa Album, like many titles on the chart, ascended despite a decline in units. Imagine Dragons Evolve also climbs back into the top 10, as it vault 15 - 7 with little more than 30 000 units. Ed Sheeran's former No. 1 additionally returns to the region, moving 14 - 8 with 30 000 units. Rounding out the top 10 is the soundtrack to Descendants 2, which slipped to 6 - 9 in its second week and Lana Del Rey's Lust for Life, which fell from No. 1 to No. 10 in its second week.
The rising international popularity of K - pop and Latin music signals a shift in music consumption - namely, deviation away from English as the dominant language in music. Korean house, or K - house, sit at the forefront of this landmark shift, lead by artists like Peggy Gou and Yaeji. K - house newcomer Park Hye Jin, who made her major streaming debut in 2018, is quickly ascending to the apex of movement as well. Producer, singer, and rapper Park Hye Jin released her debut EP IF U WANT IT in late 2018 to widespread critical acclaim. The K - house artist capitalize on her newfound popularity in the wake of IF U WANT IT, performing several notable gigs in 2019, including Sweden's Way Out West and Lose Village in the UK. Park's musical inspirations range from electronic staples like Jamie xx and Disclosure, Korean rapper Beenzino, to 70s psychedelic rock pioneer Shin Joong Hyun. London - based producers ' music can be characterized by flippant vocal delivery paired with catchy house instrumentals. The effect is trance - inducing. Park's vocals glide effortlessly across dreamy, dancefloor soundscapes of songs like CALL ME and industrial CLOSE EYES. She often adds elements of ephemeral to her music, whether IT be in pensive chants that make up the majority of her lyrics or the fleeting sense of urgency that is scattered throughout IF U WANT IT. Characteristics that define Park's debut EP come to life in her latest single, like This. In Ninja Tune - release like this, Park raps in her native Korean over jangling wind chimes and compelling backbeat. The rising DJ repeats one refrain over and over in a hypnotizing mantra, evoking the spellbinding, meditative nature of IF U WANT IT's I don't CARE and ABC. Like This is the first single from Park Hye Jin's sophomore EP, How Can I, out June 26 via Ninja Tune.
From: Los Angeles, CA Related Artists: Dominic Fike, Yeek, Bane's World Junior Varsity has yet to release any music, but the hype surrounding the Los Angeles - based duo is palpable. With no demos, B - sides, or even tracks on SoundCloud - their only music available for human consumption appears as background audio for few Instagram videos - Junior Varsity is already attracting major label attention and planning shows in Japan. So, is it all hype for the sake of hype? Well, F $* KING WEEKEND, series of pop - up ragers masquerading as DIY shows in LA and NY that has attracted audiences solely by word of mouth, says otherwise.
Plex.page is an Online Knowledge, where all the summaries are written by a machine. We aim to collect all the knowledge the World Wide Web has to offer.
© All rights reserved
2021 made by Algoritmi Vision Inc.
If you believe that any of the summaries on our website lead to misinformation, don't hesitate to contact us. We will immediately review it and remove the summaries if necessary.
If your domain is listed as one of the sources on any summary, you can consider participating in the "Online Knowledge" program, if you want to proceed, please follow these instructions to apply.
However, if you still want us to remove all links leading to your domain from Plex.page and never use your website as a source, please follow these instructions.