Some people always seem to have the best advice for situations that are none of their concern. Chloé teamed up with Joel Q to put those people in their place for her latest release “Don’t Fix.”
Chicago based singer and songwriter, Chloé takes aim at that one person always keeping tabs on a relationship that isn’t their own with “Don’t Fix.” The lyrics reiterate that what may not work for some works for others and it’s no one’s place to judge, no matter how quirky the relationship seems.
Paired perfectly with Joel Q, even more shots are fired at the lonely nosey souls always soliciting their opinions where they’re unwanted. The rapper specifically calls out the single, gold digger struggling to find a relationship of her own and pretending to be satisfied with her situation.
The visual is perfect for the spring time that Chicago is struggling to see. Colorful and creative, filmed in grassy areas “Don’t Fix” is somewhat reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland. Whimsical and fun, Don’t Fix features parasols, bubbles and a kimono clad Chloé singing in a row boat in the grass.
Often when a person is highly academic, others complain that they lack soul and creativity. That is not the case for Kay Soul. The vocalist and practicing attorney proves that she is the total package with her new single “Blood In My Veins.”
The Chicago based singer, songwriter, poet and model is everything you never knew you needed. Kay Soul’s unique voice is absolutely captivating and “Blood In My Veins” is the perfect platform for it.
“Blood In My Veins” is deep and soulful. A creative combination of what best described as rock and soul, “Blood In My Veins” is a tale of victory. Despite fear and pain, the result is redemption.
“Blood In My Veins” is the first single from Kay Soul’s upcoming album In My Mind. Kay Soul hopes her album will “encourage others to find beauty in their broken spaces.”
It’s important to reassure yourself. Eddie Jones reassured himself that he’s a star with his latest “I’m On.”
Eddie Jones is all about music. From the time he was 13 years old he knew he’d be a singer. Jones’s passion and talent have carried him and now he’s hoping his fan base will do the same.
After taking a few months away from music Eddie Jones is reinvested one his craft and more confident than ever. That’s apparent on his latest single “I’m On.”
“I’m On” is short, sweet, and to the point. Eddie Jones puts the world on notice that he is the vocal sensation he thinks he is.
The visual is simple. Just Jones with a couple of friends some pizza and some beer. Essentially, a collage of performance scenes, the “I’m On” video was filmed by Naphti Productions and directed by Jones.
2020 has been a hell of a year and it’s only March. With some places in the world on complete lockdown, nothing is more necessary than an escape. For those who aren’t interested in risking contracting Covid-19 for an escape Gerry P The DJ has the answer with Not Meant For Radio.
Not Meant For Radio is a compilation of artists that listeners won’t find anywhere else. The mixtape is a combination a male and female hip-hop and r’n’b artists. Not Meant For Radio provides a variety of sounds from predominantly Chicago based artists who Gerry P Tha DJ felt deserved the platform.
The Stack or Starve approved mixtape certainly won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s sure to be someone’s Hennessy straight. While all the nonessential workers are chilling at club “The Crib” Not Meant For Radio can serve as the soundtrack.