Eliza Shaddad Reveals Her Vulnerability In Video For My Body

Eliza Shaddad releases any pretention about herself in the video for her single “My Body.” The London singer candidly states the point of the indie rock tune,  “My Body” is a song More »

Gorillaz Release Hollywood Single Featuring Snoop Dogg & Jamie Principle

Gorillaz shares another unique collaboration called “Hollywood” with features from Snoop Dogg and house veteran Jamie Principle. The allure of the movie town has Snoop resisting the illusions and Principle’s low-key vocals embedded More »

Full Crate Directs Video For A Storm On A Summer’s Day With Gaidaa

Full Crate directs the video for “A Storm On A Summer’s Day” collaboration with Gaidaa. The lighting is dim but warm and Gaidaa plays the guitar while singing and hanging out in the More »

FlyingOver50 Granny Pole Dancer Makeda Smith Continues to Elevate Mature Women with New MercVille Productions Music Video Release

Grandmother, publicist and pole dancer Makeda Smith,the creator behind the blog-turned-movement, FlyingOver50, has once again teamed with Christina Villegas and Jeff Mercer, the owners of MercVille Productions, to create a mesmerizing pole dance music video. Filmed as part More »

Emiko Shares Debut Single Is It Real

West London singer Emiko brings forth his debut single “Is It Real” with South London production duo Hilts and Monks. Emiko’s voice harkens back to R&B singers from the ’90s who had More »

Eliza Shaddad Reveals Her Vulnerability In Video For My Body

Eliza Shaddad releases any pretention about herself in the video for her single “My Body.” The London singer candidly states the point of the indie rock tune, 

“My Body” is a song about “being betrayed by your body. Knowing full well that you need to be alone, but doubting it every night.”

Director Joe McCrae, who she worked on the video for “White Lines,” has the camera watch her move around restlessly in her bedroom as she tries to find comfort within her physical state. The new song will be included on her forthcoming debut album Future. “My Body” is the second single from Future which is coming out later this year. 

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Gorillaz Release Hollywood Single Featuring Snoop Dogg & Jamie Principle

Gorillaz shares another unique collaboration called “Hollywood” with features from Snoop Dogg and house veteran Jamie Principle. The allure of the movie town has Snoop resisting the illusions and Principle’s low-key vocals embedded within a deep house production. The Now Now officially releases June 29th and can be pre-ordered now. 

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Full Crate Directs Video For A Storm On A Summer’s Day With Gaidaa

Full Crate directs the video for “A Storm On A Summer’s Day” collaboration with Gaidaa. The lighting is dim but warm and Gaidaa plays the guitar while singing and hanging out in the house. The lyrics move across the screen as a model looks into the camera in between the scenes of Gaidaa. Full Crate’s Still Growing EP comes out later this year. 

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FlyingOver50 Granny Pole Dancer Makeda Smith Continues to Elevate Mature Women with New MercVille Productions Music Video Release

Grandmother, publicist and pole dancer Makeda Smith,the creator behind the blog-turned-movement, FlyingOver50, has once again teamed with Christina Villegas and Jeff Mercer, the owners of MercVille Productions, to create a mesmerizing pole dance music video. Filmed as part of the production company’s ongoing “Goddesses In Motion: A Pop Up Pole Video Shoot”series and produced by Flying Curves Dance Studio, the release catapults FlyingOver50’s continued quest to encourage ‘mature’ women to reclaim their femininity through dance, fitness and the art of simply moving their bodies. Directed by Villegas, the 57-year-old pole dancing granny fluidly rotates around a pole in nine-inch heel Pleaser Shoes while lusciously combining pole tricks with dance movement.

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Emiko Shares Debut Single Is It Real

West London singer Emiko brings forth his debut single “Is It Real” with South London production duo Hilts and Monks. Emiko’s voice harkens back to R&B singers from the ’90s who had a more minimal approach as compared to his contemporaries who don’t shy away from computerized modifications. “Is It Real” will be on his forthcoming EP and he explains how the song came about, 

“My friend Hilts had sent me the instrumental and once I heard it, something really touched me. I knew I wanted to sing about love, but I let my subconscious decide what kind, by just putting pen to paper, and writing what I felt. I’m singing to a girl, who is kind of hesitant to leave a toxic relationship behind, where love is non-existent, and I’m asking her to trust in me to show her what true love feels like – freedom.

Emiko cites Erykah Badu, Sam Cooke, Lauryn Hill and Michael Jackson among his influences and hopes that his music will bring people together. 

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