With an exotic and mysterious synth pop sound, ‘Diamond Lounge’ burst out of Paris with the seductive single ‘Dangerous’

‘Dangerous’ Fuses RnB With 80s Retro Vibes In The Most Perfect Way Possible Parisian Electro Pop/Synthwave duo Diamond Lounge have been building up a reputation for being able to creatively fuse addictive Pop sensibilities with 80’s retro vibes. Their latest track sees them apply their cross-genre interbreeding tendencies once again, with their signature lush chord progressions and intricately detailed synth programming. This time, however, with RnB flavours thrown into the mix. With the sensual yet confident vocal stylings of Seattle-based singer Scarlet Jei Saoirse, Diamond Lounge takes the Electro Pop format and carves out a song that pays homage to all the women who like to live dangerously. With an exotic and mysterious synth pop sound, ‘Diamond Lounge’ burst out of Paris with the seductive single ‘Dangerous’  – Muzicmirror UK ‘Dangerous’ was released on April 2nd 2020, on Cassowary Prod. For bookings and all media related enquiries, email loungediamond19@gmail.com. ONLINE: Website : https://www.diamondlounge.fr/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Diamondloungecore/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/DiamondLounge6 Insta :https://www.instagram.com/diamond.lounge76/ Youtube :https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa2WurrJufRwLYwfkL9XJWA Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/artist/3GoqvGUih77Q03m7CkusNb

Inspired in the Valley of the Gods, ‘Santo and the People’ takes us on a brand ‘New Ride’

A new ride is a new way. When your heart feels pulled in every direction, looking in + making new choices. A new ride is changing what you can + letting go of what you can’t. A new ride is being better to yourself + (thus!) to others. New Ride is an old beat I found on my computer that turned into a spontaneous collaboration with my brother, Julian. A new ride is shining your(!) light + loving all this precious time we have together. Every day. Make your way. In the Valley of the Gods, Utah, SANTO was born. 25-year-old songwriter, producer, artist Jacob Klein rambled from one side of the United States to the other and back again on a journey of self-discovery. While driving back, 200 miles into the Utah-desert, Jacob pulled over to set up camp in the Valley of the Gods. That night, with midnight-howling-winds and stars piercing the sky, risen from the ashes, Jacob died and SANTO emerged. In his various projects, Jacob had performed with the likes of Maroon 5 and Selena Gomez, worked with Elliot Smith-producer Larry Crane, received guidance from Kanye West and Beyonce-collaborator Malik Yusef, and mentored in song writing […]

FR3SHGANG let loose the up-tempo, vibrant, twerking smash hit ‘Tori Don Change’

FR3SHGANG let loose the up-tempo, vibrant, twerking smash hit ‘Tori Don Change’ – Muzicmirror FR3SHGANG is an original music group based in Cameroon. They have a focus on blurring the lines between a wide range of musical style and creative ideas. Their songs are rooted in genres as diverse as Afro-beat, Hip-Hop and even Afro-Trap, going for a very innovative feel. They often combine different languages in their songs as well, showcasing lyrics in French and English, and giving their songs an even broader appeal, setting the bar higher and reaching out to a worldwide audience. With such a fresh combination of influences, it is not at all surprising to see that FR3SHGANG is quickly building a strong audience for themselves, and they are quickly becoming rising stars on the international music scene. One of the first things that you will notice when listening to the group’s music is definitely the high quality of the production in their songs. It is not always easy to blend a wide variety of musical styles together so successfully, but it is really a seamless process for FR3SHGANG. Their tracks are particularly notable for the intricacy and punch of their beats. On one hand, […]

‘Presto X’ knows how to produce a catchy smooth pop hit as he releases ‘My Way’

”Presto X’ knows how to produce a catchy smooth pop hit as he releases ‘My Way” – Muzicmirror UK What do Political Science and Music have in common? Bet you didn’t see that one coming, but I promise you it’s an exciting answer. Can’t guess it? That’s alright. It’s Presto X. That’s right, Presto X, also known as Prince Young, is an up-and-coming young musician, hailing from the very heart of the wonderfully musical city of Chicago, and he’s coming at us with his latest pop track, “My Way”. Twenty-two-year-old Presto’s excitement and passion for making quality music can be heard in every beat of the song. With its’ catchy nature and its’ smooth, simplistic lyrics, “My Way” is the sort of track that just gets stuck in your head that goes heavy on the auto-tune. And while for some songs, that can mean instant failure, for Presto’s recent hit, it works wonders, complimenting his flowing, melodic voice and the repetitive nature of the song itself. “My Way” makes you think of the sound of waves breaking on the shore, and like the waves of the sea or the ocean, it manages to put you at ease, and helps you […]

Famous for his wicked flows on the Spanish Hip-hop/Latin Trap scene, Salazar “El Tabaquero” drops the powerful ‘Gangsta Lean on my Block’

It’s official the new face of the trap scene in Miami, FL has hit the U.K. Salazar “El Tabaquero” is a Cuban American bilingual artist/songwriter who is able to lace his vocals on anything ranging in multiple genres of music from Trap, Hiphop, Pop, R&B, & Gangsta Rap leaving audiences wowed in the process. His voice and tone are unlike any other which makes him a real nice deep breath of fresh air. Today we’re coming to you live from the 305, Carol City, Florida, to be exact. Currently, the #1 artist on Reverbnation out of Miami, Florida Salazar, is known to deliver wicked flows in the Spanish Hip-hop/Latin Trap scene. Now it looks like Salazar is at it again, folks! Only this time with a different approach as he debuts his English single “Gangsta Lean on my Block” produced by 305Los directed by Sofla for BST Media. The song is about a real dude running his block, and in that block, anything is possible. This action-packed, vivid clip is nothing short of a storied action thriller. The concept is quite refreshing, as Salazar plays three different characters in the video. A supplier, a dope boy, and a cop. The […]

One of Africa’s most popular performers ‘Supastar Gaby drops new single ‘ You So Wow

One of Africa’s most popular performers is pleased to announce the release of his new single ‘You So Wow’. Supastar Gaby a.k.a Gabriel Bathuure is a Ghanaian born musician, singer and rapper who was born on 7th March 1990 in Accra, the Capital city of Ghana. Supastar Gaby started rapping at the age of 15 and with encouragement from his big brother went into the studio to record his first demo. He says “ I started music after my big brother Fabian who was already into music encouraged me and took me into the studio”.  Throughout High school Supastar Gaby was regarded as one of the finest rappers in his school and after starting college in Accra he released his debut single ‘Dance for me’, which received strong airplay from local FM Radio stations, TV stations and  international media. The brand new single from Supastar Gaby is entitled ‘You So Wow’ and is a fun, entertaining and exciting track that everyone can turn up to, dance to, relax to and enjoy the great vibe. Supastar Gaby is Influenced by artists like Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, Eminem, Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Akon, Drake, Kendrick Lamar and J Cole. The brand new […]

Music Mirror reflects on My Place in the Sun by Reevox

Reevox is a multifaceted band lead by composer Umberto de Martino accompanied by a team of friends including musicians, singers, graphic designers and producers known as Purple Age. Mainly influenced by 70’s rock, America’s West Coast radio sound and the 80 ‘s new wave sound from the UK, Reevox music combines a retro feel with contemporary electro pop. Reevox’s multi-faceted sound inherits a soulful and elegant pop inspired by greats such as Bowie, Pink Floyd, Prefab Sprout, Beck, ELO and Roxy Music, Neil Young, Steely Dan and Depeche Mode, which they infuse with a modern vision, inspired by MGMT, Phoenix, Boz Scaggs, Air, Archive, Radiohead, Fink and Air. Umberto was born in Belgium to a Russian mother and an Italian father. He grew up in Paris and as a teenager, he starts moving between NY and L.A, where he has lived for the last two years. The vast musical culture of the United States of America has led to Umberto to becoming a cosmopolitan musician and composer who adds his own brand of multi-cultural soul to his love of Anglo-Saxon pop. My Place In The Sun is out now in the U.K with distribution from Universal Music Operations. See the […]

Music Mirror reflects on Rene Byrd’s Never Never Never featuring John Holt

Rene Byrd started her musical career as a singer songwriter by participating in numerous talent contests inter-college competition based in London, which nurtured stars including Daniel and Natasha Bedingfield. Then, aged 14, she joined a band as a backup vocalist. Rene is third generation West Indian and she comes from a religious and musical background. Her father was a music producer and her uncle is a Gospel singer known as Bishop John Francis who had a gospel TV show broadcasted on Channel 4 called People Get Ready. Francis’ choir sang once for Queen Elizabeth at the Royal Variety Show. Rene recalls: ‘it was a regular occurrence to see my uncle on TV and he inspired me to sing. His voice is amazing!’ Her most vivid memory as a young child was being side-stage at an open-air concert in London watching Sade, Sting and Tracey Chapman perform which blew her away. So inspired was Rene that she ran on stage, grabbed the mic and spoke to the crowd. Rene has performed at Elstree Film Studios, at a TG Foundation’s charity event featuring Lady Gaga’s designer Vera Thordardottir, at Paris Fashion Week and on Live at The Forge, Delancey Street in Camden, […]

Music Mirror reflects on preview of Saika’s upcoming single Chemical Ex

Saika is a 24-year-old first generation Haitian-American female singer-songwriter, who conveys the humility of her Haitian roots with the street savvy from her childhood in Brooklyn, New York. Saika now lives in Atlanta, Georgia in the USA. In 2010, Saika says she wanted to learn how to, “express myself after having all these feelings bottled up inside me,” and recorded her first single in a studio, falling in love with the process. Saika went to high school with her keyboard player Jonathan Williams who is also her manager. By watching Beyoncé and Michael Jackson she saw how live instrumentation brought songs to life and played live regularly with Jonathan at venues including Brooklyn College. With siblings called Steven and Alexis, Saika didn’t like her unusual given name until she discovered Saika means a colourful flower. Then, she says, “I just grew into it.” Saika’s latest single Chemical eX was inspired by an embarrassing moment when she saw an ex-boyfriend at a party a year after splitting up, drank too much and vomited on the dance floor. Influenced by Disney, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson and she particularly admires Beyoncé. Saika says “I aspire to be an entertainer like […]