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La Shana Latrice says, “I Choose You”

British R&B artist, Lashana La Trice, taps back into her Jamaican roots with her latest single, “I Choose You”. This song serves as the first single off of her upcoming project, “Everything Is Changing”. This project depicts all the personal obstacles and life changes she has experienced over the last year.

This track has a bouncy drake-esque feel that you can hear the influence of her Jamaican roots in the track. Her vocals stick out, as she opens up by singing, “All of the times I hated you, you always wanted more, time after time I prayed for you, I hope you don’t fall.” Her lyricism is very impressive, and we feel this is a great track for reminiscing on some of the best times of your life with that special someone. Check out the track below.

CCA Jones Rides Like “Drizzy”

17-year-old CCA Jonas from Bergen, Norway fell in love with the sound of music only two years ago, though it may be hard to believe that after listening to his music. Starting out with making music for fun with his crew, Wuntake, he gradually started gaining attention of his fellow peers and started to get more serious about his music.

After the young talent released his debut single Pretty Pretty on August 30, through the label Get FAT., and reached over 200,000 streams on Spotify, he quickly caught the attention of the music industry. The song received a lot of press nationally and internationally and was also listed on Norwegian radio stations and played several times both nationally and internationally. CCA Jonas followed up his successful debut with the singles Hiah and Autobots the growth and popularity expanded a lot for the teenager, and he has now signed a management agreement with Made Management.

The Creaky Bones Give Us All “The Last Ride Home”

More to Watch The Creaky Bones were founded in 2020 outside Washington, DC in Northern Virginia. Founding members Mike Jones and Rich Russman bring a 15 year history of writing and performing with one of DCs longest running Rock bands, The Jones, followed by a 4-year outing as The Virginia Southpaws. They have also released […]

Glass Animals Take Us To “Dreamland”

More to Watch Releasing their first studio album since 2016’s How To Be A Human Being, Glass Animals are presenting a more autobiographical album, Dreamland, written and produced almost entirely by frontman Dave Bayle. Below is the title track from the album, which won’t see touring support due to COVID-19. Glass Animals is making up […]