Accompanied by captivating visuals shot in Georgia, Heal D World explores Patoranking’s musical creativity and also doubles as a call to action, addressing the current social issues and general socio political issues faced in the world making emphasis to his home country, Nigeria.
Multi-award winning African artist, Patoranking has today released an empowering and redemptive anthem, Heal D World to remind his fans that their presence and actions, can make a difference to the world.
Patoranking has always stood for positivity which is very evident in his music. When asked about the song, the singer said “Heal D World is more than a song, it’s a movement. I wanted to use my voice and platform to spread love and heal the world through my music.”
Phil The Voice
a.k.a. the “Voice Scout,” drops a fun, boom-bap-trap, single for summertime. The record has a playful vibe, but a meaningful message. The basic moral behind his song, Crickets
, is: “care enough to tell people the truth; even if the only thing you receive in response is silence and hate.” While many artists are currently releasing music that gives listeners a "vacation from reality," Phil the Voice is providing musical "medication for reality" with his new single titled, Crickets!
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida
-bred singer RAE presents the IAM-directed music video for "The One
", her new single produced by Australian producer T-Man. Born to musician parents, Rebecca Anne Esptein (whose initials stand for "Remain Always Empowered") was in voice lessons before she could read, and was performing regularly in south Florida by age fifteen.
She honed her studio chops working for several months at Engine Room Audio in New York before hopping on a MegaBus to move to Los Angeles a year ago, where she currently resides. "The instrumental was labeled 'The One' when I got it in my email and I kind of went with that as the theme of the song," RAE says about the track's genesis. "All the lyrics were written pretty quickly because it just flows out of me. I sent the vocal back within a couple days, and everyone loved it! It was stuck in our heads for weeks.