Last month, Kero Kero Bonito’s Sarah Midori Perry revealed a new solo project called Cryalot with “Hell Is Here.” She’s releasing her debut EP, Icarus, next month, and today she’s back with another new song from it, “Touch The Sun,” which is brighter and sweeter than its predecessor. “Touch The Sun is about the feeling of being invincible and the unshakable belief that you can overcome any difficulties,” Perry said of the track. “It depicts the beginning of the Icarus story;
Rina Sawayama will release her sophomore album, Hold The Girl on September 16 (moved up from its previous drop date of September 2), and we’ve already heard a few singles, starting with “This Hell” and a follow-up, “Catch Me In The Air.” Now, Sawayama has shared the album’s title track, and it’s nothing short of a monster-sized club banger.
Queens rapper Meyhem Lauren is best-known for teaming up with his friend Action Bronson, both on record and on television. But Lauren also has a long career of his own, and he’s released collaborative albums that he recorded with producers like DJ Muggs, Harry Fraud, and Buckwild. Next month, we’ll get another one of those. Lauren teamed up with Daringer, the producer best known as the main in-house guy at Griselda Records, for the new LP Black Vladimir.
Foreign Skrilla is a popular Belizean/Garifuna Recording Artist best known for her studio album “Skrillatic”. Skrilla was born in Los Angeles, CA. Her mother and father moved to California from Belize seeking a better life. Skrilla was raised in a house were culture was important so traditional music, food and language was apart of the daily routine. Foreign Skrilla is a Global Recording Artist she isn’t limited on what she can do. She has songs with Major Recording Artist su
“‘Hell Is Here’ is about defeat; it depicts the part of the Icarus story after he descends into the sea,” Perry shared in a statement. “It explores this feeling of despair and powerlessness. Our world can twist so suddenly into a place where our reasons to live bring us no joy anymore. Nothing is the same… and it won’t be the same again. Hell is not below us, it’s here.” Check out a video for the track below.
Based in New York City, Klaya is fast making a name for herself as an exciting Nordic-Baltic artist to watch within the alternative pop music landscape in the city. She fell in love with music from a very early age thanks to her mother and grandma, and she started playing the piano at the age of 5, before going on to dance ballet at the local opera and ballet theatre, while performing in local UNESCO heritage festivals and choir competitions, where she honed her performance s