Friday, August 18, 2017

Josey Wellz Releases I Can’t Help Myself Album

New York City recording artist Josey Wellz announced the release of his debut record titled “I Can’t Help Myself”. Six slick songs about love and life that fit snugly into the Top 40 radio category are included in the track list of “I Can’t Help Myself” (released on the Josey Wellz Productions label). Josey is a versatile vocalist who is equally comfortable performing club bangers to dance to as he is to crooning slow jams for when it’s time to get busy with the one you love.

A North American radio and press campaign has been launched to promote “I Can’t Help Myself”. This freshman offering from Josey Wellz is anticipated to not only hit regional radio charts throughout the USA and Canada but to also appear as well on national radio airplay Mainstream Top 40 charts as it steadily climbs to the top of broadcaster’s play lists. The single, which is also the title track from the “I Can’t Help Myself” album, officially begins to impact mainstream radio rotation play lists the week of September 4th.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Berwick Singer Named Finalist in Unsigned Only Competition

At just 12 years old, Rose Ostrowski of Berwick, PA has a variety of accomplishments to be proud of. Using her singing and musical talents, over the last five years the preteen helped raise thousands of dollars for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. On a whim a few months back, the young recording artist submitted her latest single called “Your Words” to the worldwide Unsigned Only Music Competition. Last month she was named as one of the 750 semi finalists out of 6,000 entries and today it was announced that she was named as one of the competition finalists.

The Unsigned Only Music Competition is geared toward musical artists who are unsigned to a major record label or its affiliates. The competition recognizes the best in up-and-coming artists worldwide and represents musical genres in contemporary music.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Prada Gino Interview

Earlier this month, we caught up with Hightyme Entertainment recording artist Prada Gino for a brief interview and here's what he had to say...

Muzique Magazine. Do you feel Like the industry needs more artists like yourself? why?
Prada Gino. Yes, I believe that the labels like to over-saturate a certain sound to ride the coat tails of other artist till the trend is not hot anymore. Right now the trend is to be a mumble rapper who spits about absolutely nothing sustainable. I think we need more conscious rappers who understand current events and how to incorporate them into the mainstream market like Jay Z or Kendrick Lamar. I like to rap about situations that can happen to everyday people for example: love gone wrong, fake friends, greed, etc. I would personally buy albums that speak volumes not these side B tape artist today!

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Carnival Cruise Singer, Kyng Bea, Releases First Single

Kyng Bea, Local artist and Fly-On Entertainer for Carnival Cruise Lines, has just returned home to Shannon, NC from Sydney, Australia preparing to release his debut single, “Typical Lover”. On April 7th, he will be debuting the single from 8-11pm at the Wing Co. in Fayetteville NC, at 7071 Raeford Rd.

Along with debuting his Single, Kyng Bea, also known as King Beautiful, will be singing songs he has performed on the Cruise Lines as a Showband Singer, Piano Bar Entertainer, and Fly-On.

Alicia Keys, Luther Vandross, and John Legend are only a few of the artist on his Song list. He also covered a Lady Gaga song, “Million Reasons” on Facebook which reached over 100,000 people online.

Ethereal Pop Band Halie and The Moon Celebrates Its CD Release

Bluntly put, halie and the moon is a band comprising five crackerjack musicians whose creativity, chops and sophistication would be breathtaking to encounter in any setting, much less little old Eugene. Tapping a tradition of intricately orchestrated and yet infectiously catchy pop music — think Beach Boys, R.E.M., The Jayhawks — the band composes music that is at once earthy and disarmingly cosmic.

To fully immerse yourself in the delicate beauty that is halie and the moon, skip forward to “Balloon,” the final track on the Eugene band’s upcoming debut album, Blue Transmissions: vol 1 & 2. Lifting aloft on a breath and gently strummed guitar, the song is a whisper of gossamer pop that envelopes the listener in an atmosphere forever threatening to evaporate. “Hey, did you get the