Following a fortune reading from a psychic medium who told her she was meant to be a singer, London-based artist Jade Moss accepted the calling to pursue a career in music. Now an up-and-coming retro pop sensation, whose music is best described as a sultry, eclectic mix that spans the 40s to the 80s, Jade Moss makes a fearless declaration with her latest single “Hey Babe.” Although all is not fair in love and war, she holds the ace in the game of love.
Captivating audiences with equal doses of nostalgia and glam, Jade Moss combines her love of music with a background in fashion and textiles. With influences ranging from Etta James, to Grace Jones, to Lauryn Hill, Jade Moss follows in the trajectory of renowned greats while offering something completely her own. Her vintage-inspired art pays homage to the past, but she’s clearly not stuck there. Her fresh sounds are bringing retro pop to new audiences daily, including features on Jazz FM and Music Crowns.
“Hey Babe” finds Jade Moss at the top of her game, and she makes it clear she won’t let anyone stand in her way. “You’re barking up the wrong tree,” one of the single’s many tastefully catchy lines, reminds listeners that the song centers around a universal concept: the complicated search for true love. And if anyone has the tenacity to come back swinging every time, you’d better place your bet on Jade Moss.
Check out “Hey Babe” available on all major platforms.
Maryland-based singer-songwriter Cynthia Gross seeks to inspire an awakening to all we are and all we can become. With a passion for language in all of its forms and more than a decade of experience as a professional ghostwriter, she is a light seeker who understands the power of each individual’s voice to create positive, meaningful change.
Kaelab Riyan Folks is a singer/songwriter from Staunton, VA. Short and sweet, his genre consists of a pop-like R&B sound. He is known as a hopeless romantic, and he likes to make his music about the realistic emotional encounters he has faced. We are just beginning to learn about him, but we see a ton of potential going forward!
His newest track is called, “Save Your Love” it definitely fits into his genre range. The piano chords that are the center piece of the instrumental are simple, but has that pop-element we look for that keeps your head bopping. His vocals are impressive, as he sings, “Save Your Love” during the hook which will easily get stuck in the listener’s head. One of our favorite parts of the track are his ability to vocally harmonize in areas. Check out the track below.