Luis Ernesto drops new single “The End of the World”.

Rising singer/songwriter and producer Luis Ernesto is proud to announce the release of his latest single, “The End of the World”. Featuring his signature fusion of Latin and pop/rock sounds, the track begs the question of what life would be like if we were willing to love without fear, as if it were the end of the world. With a smooth and infectious rhythm, listeners will surely feel the passion stirring inside of them, as this dance beat is sure to move both their feet and their hearts ! Luis Ernesto is a native of Ecuador, South America. Although he has lived across the world for most of his life, his Latin roots represent a staple of his identity and culture. As a result, his music retains an authentic Latin rhythm. Still, Luis’ travels have exposed him to many other genres of music and various artists, allowing him to develop a true love and appreciation for all forms of music. In all of his productions, Luis Ernesto looks for opportunities to incorporate different sounds and genres. With the help and guidance of noteworthy musicians like Pedro Eustache, Gustavo Celis, Tom Strahle, Chris Tek O’Ryan, Pedro Alfonso, Peewee Hill, and Richard […]

Music Mirror UK on Texan, Candy’s single “You Call This Love”

Texas USA has unleashed a new pop hopeful in the form of Candy, a singer-songwriter who crafts pop songs on acoustic guitar and piano, before readying them for the world of club and radio DJs with dance arrangements and remixes. Established Candy developed her vocal performance as a studio and live backing singer for various established artists before reminding us of the delights of a pure pop tune with her first single “You Call This Love”. “You Call This Love” is an upbeat pop dance record with a witty, narrative video. Candy combines her song writing and musicianship with her inspirations from within the dance music arena to create a winning sound. Award winners “You Call This Love” is reproduced and remixed by three times Grammy Award winners Klubjumpers, who have worked with Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Madonna and many more. Preview on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/paul-di-matteo/candy-you-call-this-love-klubjumpers-new-radio-edit-master

Led Zeppelin Aiming at Numbers 8, 10 and 11 in the U.S.; Mariah Carey’s Album Plummets An Astounding 75%

Whole story on VVN Music Hits Daily Double, the chart prognostication site, has projected that Led Zeppelin will take positions 8, 10 and 11 on this week’s sales chart. Like in most countries, the band’s debut album seems to be the winner by a small margin with projected sales of 31,500 which should put them at number 8. Unlike other places, Led Zeppelin II appears to have out sold Led Zeppelin III by a margin of 29,400 to 28,800.  III had fairly consistently been coming in second in the rest of the world. If the numbers hold, it should put II and III at numbers 10 and 11. Those positions seem fairly safe as the album at 12, Michael Jackson’s Xscape, is only projected at 25,300. Mariah Carey‘s new album, Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse takes a major fall from 3 to the high 20’s with projected sales down a whopping 75%. Normal second week sales see decreases of 50% to 55%. The sales support our contention that Carey’s latest will almost certainly not even reach gold status (500,000 sales) as it will struggle to hit 100,000 by week three. Another deluxe package reissue, Soundgarden‘s Superunknown, looks to sell around 10,500 to place in […]