Spring/summer 2021: Hot new music from five top artists.
By Michael Hartmann. May 7, 2021.
1 Kli-Max The Highest Point: Sorry Not Sorry Remix. He is a songwriter, entertainer, actor, and designer who started his musical journey from originally writing poetry. He found music to be the perfect outlet for a therapeutic way of dealing with all the things boggled up inside. His new song? Sorry Not Sorry Remix. Check it out:
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2 Honor Flow Productions: Cruise Control. H.F.P is a Los Angeles-based Hip-Hop trio. Think attention-commanding live shows, relatable songwriting, and melodic, yet thunderous soundscapes. Their sophomore album is called The B.L.A.C.K. Odyssey (2018).
Their new song? Cruise Control. From their Instagram:
“Cruise Control” is an authentic, narrative dedication to Los Angeles nightlife; as well the genuine energy and experiences it manifests.
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3 Cmagic5: Ready To Run. She is an emerging artist from Toronto, Canada. Her music is contemporary pop with a refreshing blend of conventional sounds and futuristic vibes. She can deliver almost every genre of music. Her musical inspirations include Nina Simone, Bon Jovi, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, and Camila Cabello.
Her debut album dropped today. It’s called Ready To Run.
One of my favorites is Outta My Head. This is beautiful pop music:
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4 Anton Ewald: DeLorean. Anton Ewald is one of Sweden’s biggest pop stars. He has delivered catchy music for many years. His new song dropped today. I’m like: This is a pop music emergency. Where’s the dance floor?
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Anton Ewald on Instagram.
5 Hanne Leland: Even If It Breaks My Heart. Hanne Leland is a Norwegian-born singer and songwriter in the electro-pop genre. She started writing country-pop music in Nashville and released her debut album Honest in 2014. She crossed over to electro-pop the following year.
-My songs are all very “me”, and I always write from my own experiences. I wouldn’t know how to write a song about something I can’t relate to, she says.