Artist Jahbrae has embraced the anger and despair he felt witnessing violence targeting People of Color, in his EP ‘The Black Lives Matter Collection’

Artist Jahbrae has embraced the anger and despair he felt witnessingviolence targeting People of Color, in his EP ‘The Black Lives Matter Collection’ With a Cape Verdean Heritage and a SoCal Uncensored upbringing, musical artist Jahbrae never genuinely fit in. That lack of tribal identity mirrors a musical sound that Read more…

Max M Teams Up With Chris Willis & Della Ciprian To Release Dance/Pop ‘If This Is What It Feels Like’ From Renaissance EP

Max M starts 2021 on the right foot as he releases his most recent EP, “Renaissance.” The five-track EP contains some of Max’s previous releases that have had massive success as singles such as “Imaginary Problems.” To top off the EP, Max M released a radio-friendly yet anthemic track, “If Read more…

The Sometimes Island has just released a new single ‘Hannah Banana’ as a taste of what’s to come ahead of the release of their up and coming EP in March

Leave the audience wanting more. For entertainers these are words to live by. “Hannah Banana”, the latest single from Los Angeles based indie pop group The Sometimes Island, is a masterclass in the art of leaving the audience wanting more, the song contains a subtle elegance that can only truly Read more…

Q the Music shares the light and dark side of life in his music and has released a credible repertoire of songs to date

Michael Q. Trucks, also known as “Q” and “Q the Music” grew up listening to Otis Redding, Frankie Lymon, The Temptations, and Prince. Some of his earliest memories involved him performing, joining dance competitions, and moving around a lot. Around the age of 14 years, he began writing music and Read more…