We are back with our Sunday Funday Roundup. Check out the full tracks and review below!
Gold Mozae | “Never Say Goodbye”
Gold Mozae just released a new track, “Never Say Goodbye.” This track is incredibly impressive. Its high energy levels are simply electrifying, and the vocals are beautifully showcased while still maintaining the song’s momentum. Undoubtedly, this week’s standout performance. Don’t forget to add it to your playlist.
Zach Hood | “30”
Alabama native Zach Hood found his passion for music in his home state and has since created a unique blend of punk-infused pop that features catchy hooks and memorable lyrics. In 2021, he introduced himself to the world with his debut single “Flashbacks,” which explored his fractured family through emotional vocals and delicate acoustic guitar. The track resonated with listeners, amassing 4.8 million Spotify streams. Following its success, “Isabelle” was released and quickly garnered 12.2 million streams on the platform, earning praise from OnesToWatch as a “pop punk influenced banger.” Zach recently released his newest track, “30,” which showcases his soaring vocals and maintains an energetic pace throughout. This song is a standout and deserves a spot on your playlist.
Kid Travis | “PRETTY EYES”
KID TRAVIS is a versatile musician with a style that blends melodic indie punk and trap influences. With over 150 million streams on Spotify, he has proven himself to be a force in the music industry. His YouTube channel boasts more than 480k subscribers, while he has also amassed a following of 60k on Instagram. He showcases both original music and covers on his social media platforms, earning recognition from well-known artists such as Post Malone, Bryson Tiller, Rich Brian, and Dominic Fike. KID TRAVIS is a gifted singer-songwriter-producer who refuses to be limited by any particular genre. His latest track, “PRETTY EYES,” is a lively and upbeat tune that perfectly showcases his vocal talents. It’s definitely one of our favorites this week and deserves a spot on your playlist.
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Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town. He moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.