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GRAMMY® AWARD-WINNING ARTIST LONR RELEASES NEW SINGLE “MAKE THE MOST” FEATURING H.E.R.

April 03, 2020

OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO OUT NOW DEBUT EP LAND OF NOTHING REAL ARRIVES APRIL 24 LONR. CROSSES 32 MILLION STREAMS OFF DEBUT SINGLES […]

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GRAMMY® AWARD-WINNING ARTIST LONR RELEASES NEW SINGLE “MAKE THE MOST” FEATURING H.E.R.

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GRAMMY® AWARD-WINNING ARTIST LONR RELEASES NEW SINGLE “MAKE THE MOST” FEATURING H.E.R.

(April 3, 2020 – New York, NY) – Today, rising genre-bursting multi-hyphenate artist Lonr. uncovers his new single “Make the Most” featuring H.E.R. Get it HERE via Epic Records.

The California-born and Cape Cod, MA-raised GRAMMY® Award-winning singer, rapper, songwriter and producer teamed up with The FADER to exclusively premiere the official music video earlier this morning. Watch the video HERE.

In between a tight groove and fluttering guitar, he delivers vulnerable verses before carrying an eternal pledge on the hook, “I wanna grow old with you, make the most with you, that’s the goal. H.E.R. offers a sweetly soulful counterpoint punctuated by delicate emotion. Meanwhile, the visual depicts tender scenes of romance betweenLonr. and a female companion.  However, after of moments of bliss, the story takes a very intense and topical turn…

He tells The FADER that “the idea behind ‘Make the Most’ was simply that we only have one life to live, so with whatever or whoever it is that you love, make sure you make it known…make sure you chase it, because tomorrow isn’t promised.”

Lonr. introduced himself at the end of 2019 with his first-ever single, “A.M. Inspiring the “A.M.” Challenge, the single ignited a flurry of activity on Tik Tok, with over 2 million user-generated videos in a short time span. This phenomenon translated to Spotify where the song soared to the Top 5 of the US Viral Chart and top 10 of the Global Viral Chart, alongside looks on the Most Necessary and Pop Rising playlists. Together with follow-up trackSafe Zone,” Lonr.s music has since tallied over 32 million total streams and counting. Garnering critical praise early on, XXL called him “multifaceted” while Elevator Magazine called him a “star in the making.”HotNewHipHop mirrored those sentiments, calling him a “rising star” and exclaiming that “Safe Zone” “builds on the momentum [of ‘A.M.’].”  Rap-Up may have put it best: “Now music’s secret weapon is stepping into his own.” 

He recently concluded a sold-out tour supporting YBN Cordae, entrancing crowds across North America. VEVOalso selected him for its coveted DSCVR program. As part of the initiative, he turned up with cathartic live performances of “A.M.” and “Safe Zone” accompanied by a lone guitarist.

Now, he reveals his debut EP, Land of Nothing Real, set for release on April 242020.

About Lonr.

Emerging from under a quiet shroud of mystery, Lonr. arrives as a singular and cinematic talent whose vital and vibrant vision piques fascination as it blurs the lines between soul, soundtracks, and simmering Hip-Hop. After being uprooted from Los Angeles as a child and moving to Cape Cod, MA, Lonr. grew up feeling like the odd one out. Upon installing music software in high school, heentrenched himself in beat-making, creating his own universe to exist in. Inspired by the likes of PharrellOutKast, and Tyler, The Creator as well as film scores for Star Wars, Interstellar, and The Pursuit of Happyness, he developed his production chops and songwriting talents through countless hours by himself in front of the computer. On his way up, he became a sought-after songwriter, crafting hits and building worlds alongside other artists. By 2019, he found himself up for multiple GRAMMY® Awards for contributions to H.E.R.’s discography, winning two. At the same time, he began to quietly assemble what would become Lonr.’s own project, Land of Nothing Real.

“I always zone out and go into my own little world,” Lonr. explains. “That’s the Land of Nothing Real. If you don’t like where you are, you can escape into another realm. This project is really about love, longing, and desire. Those topics are always on people’s minds. I’m examining them with melodic and dreamy songs.”

Capturing palpable and relatable emotion, Lonr. might just make you feel a little less alone: “I want listeners to feel like this is something new,” he says. “Most of all, I hope they resonate with me and feel like they’re being heard and not so alone in this world.” Welcome to Lonr.’s world.

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BIA DROPS NEW SINGLE & VISUALIZER “COVERGIRL”

April 03, 2020

(April 3, 2020 – Los Angeles, CA) – Today, gold-certified Boston-born and Los Angeles-based rapper BIA shares a brand new single and music […]

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BIA DROPS NEW SINGLE & VISUALIZER “COVERGIRL”

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BIA DROPS NEW SINGLE & VISUALIZER “COVERGIRL”

(April 3, 2020 – Los Angeles, CA) – Today, gold-certified Boston-born and Los Angeles-based rapper BIA shares a brand new single and music video entitled “COVERGIRL.

Get it HERE via Epic Records

Once again, BIA’s clever and catchy wordplay takes second stage as she turns heads in the accompanying video by donning various looks while still rapping. “COVER GIRL” showcases her bars and style on point.

Watch it HERE.

Just a week ago, she returned with “Free BIA (1st Day Out). In addition to plugs from RESPECT Magazine and Revolt TVHotNewHipHop described the track as “a statement” and predicted, “All signs are pointing to a big year ahead for BIA.

Spitting with agile aggression, dropping clever observations, and pouncing like a panther on every beat, BIA rips through rap with a feral intensity. She uncovered this beast inside.

Following her breakout mixtape #CHOLASEASON, she joined J BalvinPharrell Williams, and Sky on the international banger “Safari” in 2016. Between solo singles like “Whip It” and “Gucci Comin’ Home, she hit the road on blockbuster tours with Ariana GrandePusha T, and J Balvin in addition to gracing the stages of CoachellaSXSWAC3, and Revolt Music Summit. 2019 saw her make waves with the Nice Girls Finish Last: Cuidado EP powered by “YAKWTFGO” [feat. Kali Uchis] and “VIBES ON ME” [feat. Kodak Black]. Chantal Jeffries tapped her for “Facts” alongside YG and Rich The Kid as Sam Spiegel enlisted her to soundtrack a Chanel campaign, which aired during the GRAMMY® Awards broadcast. Closing out the year, she teamed up with Russ for “Best On Earth. Not only did the song achieve a gold certification and reach #69 on the Billboard Hot 100, but Rihanna also posted a video with “Best On Earth” playing in the background and declared it, “my new fav song.” Now, Bia ignites her new chapter with Epic by dropping the bold declaration “Free Bia (1stDay Out)”and hypnotic anthem “COVERGIRL.

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INTRODUCING: MILES MORRISON DEBUT EP HOLLYWOODLAND OUT NOW

April 03, 2020

FEATURING COLLABORATION WITH YO GOTTI & STUNNA GIRL HOLLYWOODLAND VISUAL TRIPTYCH COMING SOON (April 3, 2020 – New York, NY) – Michigan-born and Los Angeles-based […]

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INTRODUCING: MILES MORRISON DEBUT EP HOLLYWOODLAND OUT NOW

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INTRODUCING: MILES MORRISON   DEBUT EP HOLLYWOODLAND OUT NOW

(April 3, 2020 – New York, NY) – Michigan-born and Los Angeles-based artist, rapper, and creative maverick Miles Morrison unleashes his debut Hollywoodland EP today. 

Get it HERE via Epic Records.

A mosaic of raw rap, alternative experimentation, confessional lyrics, subversive pop, and cinematic vision, the eight-track project introduces him as an eruptive force. On tracks like the infectious opener “Bad For My Health, he assures, “I break the mold,” before going on to just do that on every subsequent track. Everything culminates on the emotionally charged vigil “Take Me Away. Over ominous bells and a hi-hat skitter, he admits, “So I tried to go and blame it on my fucking past, now I know that these addictions are my better half.” It proves equally chilling and catchy.

Check out the full tracklisting below.

Soon, he will share a unique triptych of music videos from the project with a nod to A Clockwork Orange. It’s a dose of good old-fashioned sonic ultra-violence, kicking things off with the final video of the series “Bad for My Health” on Monday, April 6.

“I’ve always had a passion for film, I’ve always had a passion for directors like Stanley Kubrick and Quentin Tarantino, among others…” says Miles. “Hollywood was my thing, even before music. So, I knew once I had an opportunity to get into music videos, I really wanted to implement all of that.

As I was conceptualizing the videos, I wanted to create something that represented what I’ve been going through for the past few years. So really what you’re watching in these first 3 videos is not necessarily meant to be taken so literally, but, in fact, what it represents is a metaphor for what I’ve gone through from the moment I moved here until today. The woman in the story, she represents ‘Hollywood’ to me.”

Miles Morrison invites you to Hollywoodland now. You may never be the same afterwards.

Born a stone’s throw from Flint in Fenton, MI, Miles Morrison always saw beyond the confines of the Midwest. Raised by his single mother, he found inspiration in everyone from Eminem to Eddie Vedder. During his second year at Arizona State University, he developed a fascination with drugs and reshaped his entire path. Picking up and moving to Los Angeles, he pursued music and film. He went from breaking it down at parties with fiery freestyles to pay-for-play gigs in some of the city’s most hostile underground clubs and neighborhoods before catching the attention of EP Entertainment. Signed to a joint venture between EP Entertainment and Epic Records, he opens up his world on Hollywoodland.

Tracklisting:

  1. Bad For My Health
  2. She’ll Be OK
  3. Off White
  4. I’m So Lost
  5. Warwick
  6. 40
  7. Go Out [feat. Yo Gotti & Stunna Girl]
  8. Take Me Away

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htttps://www.twitter.com/m1lesmorrison

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MOLD-SHATTERING SINGER/SONGWRITER/MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST/PRODUCER EDDIE BENJAMIN RELEASES DEBUT SINGLE “FUCK MY FRIENDS”

April 03, 2020

MORE NEW MUSIC COMING SOON (April 3, 2020 – Los Angeles, CA) – Today, buzzing Australia-born, Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Eddie Benjamin shares […]

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MOLD-SHATTERING SINGER/SONGWRITER/MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST/PRODUCER EDDIE BENJAMIN RELEASES DEBUT SINGLE “FUCK MY FRIENDS”

(April 3, 2020 – Los Angeles, CA) – Today, buzzing Australia-born, Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Eddie Benjamin shares his debut single “Fuck My Friends.

Get it HERE via Vol. 1/Epic Records.

The track introduces his fiery, flashy, and funky style. Co-produced by Daniel GleyzerEddie personally played every instrument on the track, concocting the pulsating groove and steady beat, composing on guitar, keys, and bass. Meanwhile, his seismic vocal range takes center stage, leaping from breathy verses into a hypnotic chant. It all climaxes on one last mind-bending bass transmission. 

He has quietly become the ultimate “secret weapon” for some of the biggest superstars and powerhouses in the world as DiploMeghan TrainorRyan TedderSia and Labrinth have all called on him to collaborate, entrusting him as a creative voice. He recently turned heads with Justin Bieber, who dubbed him “the next generation.”

Right now, Eddie Benjamin is hard at work on more music, with a project on the way this year. Watch this space for more news soon.

Rotating between an arsenal of instruments with punchy proficiency and singing with spotlight-grabbing swagger, Eddie Benjamin brings kaleidoscopic color to popular music. Whether nimbly slapping out a fleet-fingered bass groove on social media or belting on an arena stage, the 18-year-old Australia-born and Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer channels fresh fire through a classic approach. Sparking a buzz online, he initially shared viral covers on Instagram. Long hair draped over his face, he would rock an upright or electric bass and sing popular tunes. After catching the attention of Vol. 1, he translated the “I Don’t Get No Sleep Cause of Y’all” meme into a bop and reimagined Sia’s “Chandelier.” Generating millions of views, these uploads made major waves leading to Sia reposting the cover. Moving to Los Angeles, he found himself in the studio working on major releases behind-the-scenes. In addition to working with names like Labrinth and more, he co-wrote and performed on “Funk” and “Here to Stay” from Meghan Trainor’s most recent album Treat MyselfNow officially signed to Vol. 1 and Epic Records, he is hard at work crafting his proper debut, which he introduces with “Fuck My Friends.

MOLD-SHATTERING SINGER/SONGWRITER/MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST/PRODUCER EDDIE BENJAMIN RELEASES DEBUT SINGLE “FUCK MY FRIENDS”
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