We are back with our Wild Wednesday playlist. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Estella Kirk | “17 Hours”
Estella Kirk’s music career began at the tender age of 14. Now at 17 years old, Kirk continues to deliver strong vocals with mature messaging. She just released a new track, “17 Hours.” The latest release is a remarkable piece of work. Estella’s vocals take the forefront of the track, which is a wise choice considering the commanding presence of her voice. The song is undeniably stunning and deserves your undivided attention. Be sure to add this track to your playlist.
Timmy Trumpet x Naeleck x R3HAB | “Dom Dom Yes Yes”
Once again, the seasoned astists Timmy Trumpet and R3HAB collaborate to produce an unexpected new club track titled “Dom Dom Yes Yes,” in association with French producer and TikTok sensation Naeleck. This track is now available through Sony Music’s dance and electronic label Signatune. The distinctive style of the record is crafted using a vocal sample of the popular song with the same name that went viral last year, which was released by a previously obscure Bulgarian artist named Biser King. The producers used their expertise to create a dynamic house track with an energetic, bouncing bassline and a plethora of rhythmic kickdrums to ensure that the end result is an exciting and unexpected crowd-pleaser. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
STARRY EYES | “Jet Lag”
STARRY EYES just released a new track, “Jet Lag.” The writing in this piece is exquisitely delightful, and the timeless structure and sound of the music seem to transcend various musical eras, yet the final product still feels fresh and contemporary. The vocals are presented in a seamless and expressive manner, compelling the listener to lose themselves in the music as the emotions and meaning of the lyrics deeply resonate with them. Definitely a standout this week. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.
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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.