Since coming to Nashville, one thing we’ve always been able to count on is Kara Frazier‘s knack for delivering soulful R&B cuts that are modern, yet timeless. Frazier’s world-class vocal abilities always seem to shine, adding depth and feeling to any track on which she is featured.
Her new single, “I Love You,” continues this glorious tradition.
Hear it First!
About five years ago, Toronto native Chxrry22 could have never imagined turning music into a career… until she began using social media to showcase her talents.
Her cover videos began going viral. From there, she dropped out of school, moved to Atlanta, and began pursuing music full-time. Eventually, she landed a deal with XO Records – co-founded by fellow Toronto native, The Weeknd – as the label’s first female artist.
Those with diverse sonic palettes should rejoice at this week’s Songs You Should Hear!
These tunes, each distinct in its own sound and subject matter, have layers worth peeling back. Listen closely, and you might hear some intriguing — and even unexpected — influences make their way into a couple of these soundscapes.
Hear What You Should
If 2022 has fun and interesting releases in store for us like the latest single from D.U.M.B. Luck, we’re about to have an incredible year!
Hear ‘Banana Buckets’
Sydney, as in Australia? Yup!
You’ll hear music from across the world below in a moment. You’ll also hear from a couple of talents grown closer to home. You might just fall in love, and you may even resolve to do so without the aid of the swipey apps after you get done listening to these…
Songs You Should Hear: Nov. 5, 2021
Hear What You Should
It’s official: Max Swan needs nothing more than his silky smooth voice, a few trombones, and some compelling visuals to capture our imaginations.
Watch ‘Slow Jail’
Here we are, at the end of another five-playlist March. The first four, of course, were all unique in their own right. This fifth one — the Best Of — is difficult to construct by nature.
Hear the Best of March
“He loves me, he loves me not.”
“She loves me, she loves me not.”
We’ve all had that internal debate in our lives, haven’t we?
Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
“Tell me what to do, so I can see the sun again.”
How did you process the complex emotions brought about by 2020? brushstroke wrote a song about it.
Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
We have a beautiful mix of old and new on this week’s UMC20.
Maybe not “old,” per se. “Already featured,” and “not featured yet” is probably more accurate.
Listen to UMC20