Helen Reddy- the ‘I Am Woman’ singer recently died at 78

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

On the 29th of September, Helen Reddy, the 'I Am Woman' singer and feminist icon, died at the age of 78. The Australian-American singer, songwriter, and activist was one of the best selling artists of the early 1970s. Her 1972 hit 'I Am Woman' peaked at no. 1 on the Billboard charts in 1972, instantly ...

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Sam Smith Is Unapologetically Themself In Striking Album Trailer

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

“As we go through life and get older, we all want to feel closer to who we are”. Sam Smith's voice accompanied by the sound of a vintage projector make up the backdrop of the album trailer. As vibrant snaps of myriad moments from their life begin to pop up against a black screen, they ...

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Sally Boy drops new freespirited single “Sippy Cup”

Sunday, September 27, 2020

SEPTEMBER 15, 2020 - Rising artist and songwriter, Sally Boy, releases the music video for his third single "Sippy Cup," out now via Ourros. Following the success of his first two singles, the self-titled "Sally Boy" and "Stormy," "Sippy Cup" received Zane Lowe's seal of approval and was premiered on his Beats 1 Radio show last week. In ...

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Julian Lamadrid Reminds us to Trust in the Universe with New Single “Patience”

Sunday, September 20, 2020

ARISTA RECORDS ARTIST  JULIAN LAMADRID RELEASES NEW SINGLE “PATIENCE”   “The 21-year-old grew up on Elvis, Pink Floyd, Bowie, Iggy Pop, and Lou Reed, inspiring an eclectic mix of his artistry.”   – FLAUNT  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDoZOQSQ85Y (New York, NY – September 18, 2020) 22-year-old Mexican singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Julian Lamadrid, is primed for the release of his newest single, ‘Patience” along with the official music ...

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Holland is redefining Queer Representation in Kpop

Friday, September 11, 2020

Time and time again, the Hallyu wave has taken the world by storm. Kpop is just one strand of this vast cultural phenomenon. With a potent presence on international music charts, Kpop is an ever-evolving genre of music. Idol, a word that is no stranger to fans of Kpop, might need a little contextualizing outside ...

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Gigi Dia: Introducing an Amazing French Actress

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Gigi Dia is a name we recommend you get familiar with. The French actress is becoming one of Hollywood’s go-to’s and she is just getting started!  Gigi Dia, Rising Star Gigi Dia’s career skyrocketed when she was cast in the film The Daily Dreamer, a psychedelic short film about the transformative power of sleep. The release of ...

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Top 5 Binge-Worthy Shows to Get You Through Quarantine

Monday, May 4, 2020

For most of us, the last few weeks have consisted of adjusting to the new normal of social distancing and quarantine. While staying informed by the news is important, it can be easy to succumb to the 24-hour news cycle and allow it to drain us. We all need a good distraction, now more than ...

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Jacob Hopkins is Building His Own Dragon Army on “Dragons: Rescue Riders”

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Having already made his mark in the voice acting world as Gumball Watterson in The Amazing World of Gumball, Jacob Hopkins was ready for his next animated adventure. He now plays Axel Finke in Dragons: Rescue Riders, which follows the Rescue Riders, a group of humans and dragons who work together to protect the town ...

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Gwen Hollander is Just “Kidding” Around

Saturday, November 16, 2019

Gwen Hollander probably never envisioned a role that would have her in a giant astronaut otter fursuit (much less acting opposite Jim Carrey in said fursuit), but...here we are! Gwen plays Sheryl aka Astron-Otter in Kidding, about a children's puppet show host desperately trying to keep it together after the death of his son. The show masterfully blends ...

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Julia Bhatt Works Through Her Feelings In Two New Singles

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

To Julia Bhatt, music is a space to vent. The 17-year-old Miami native never shies away from expressing herself. Exposed to an eclectic musical diet from a young age, she soon began thinking about her own sound and performance as an aspiring artist. Despite her talent and big dreams, Julia struggles with the same problems ...

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The Grahams Blow Off Steam in Defiant New Single “Bite My Tongue”

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Musical and romantic partners Alyssa and Doug Graham have always had each other‘s backs. This camaraderie has weathered them through several tense situations during a motorcycle ride along route 66 at the height of the 2016 election. One of these confrontations was the kindling for their raucous new single, “Bite My Tongue,” inspired by a ...

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Vinny Chhibber Talks “The Red Line” and Encouraging Empathy

Friday, May 17, 2019

The often rocky road to becoming an actor did little to deter Vinny Chhibber – in fact, it only made him more dogged in his pursuit. The New York native credits his hometown for being a perpetual source of creative inspiration. His new show, The Red Line, navigates issues of racial profiling and implicit biases ...

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