We are back with some new releases for Turntable Tuesday. Check out the new tracks and reviews below!
India Dupriez | “14”
Australian artist, India Dupriez is back with a new track, “14.” The new single is upbeat and puts India’s vocals at the forefront of the track. She does a great job at keeping up the energy of the track, all while showing off her vocals. A memorable artist is one that can move someone with their music, all while telling the story of the song. That is exactly what she does here. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
Songwriter, DJ and recording artist Damon Sharpe is best known for his creativity behind the scenes as a producer working alongside artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, Pitbull, and Alesso. He teamed up with Alexis Lynn for their track, “Make U Happy.” There is so much energy in this track, which is infectious. The vocals are really well done but the standout here is the production. The vocal mix is super tight and does a great job at blending in with the backing track. Definitely a stand out this week. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
Bazzi | “Miss America”
With over 13 million monthly listeners on Spotify alone, Bazzi is back with a new track, “Miss America.” He said in a statement, “It’s the first piece of music I’m putting out in years that really represents where I am in this moment… There’s an optimism in this song that encourages us to take the broken pieces of the things we once stood on and put them back together in a way that makes sense to us.” He does a great job at keeping up the energy of the song, all while showing off his signature vocals. He has such a strong voice, which is evident throughout the track. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
RedrumSociety | “I Like You,You Like Him”
RedrumSociety just released their new track, “I Like You, You Like Him.” It is about a love triangle of sorts, where things get tangled but eventually works out in the long run. This track resembles an alt version of Mumford and Sons. It is such a well done track. The instrumentals are compelling and do a great job at setting up the vocals. Vocally, it is absolutely stunning. All in all, it is a strong track that deserves to be added to your playlists.
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