Jena Rose, a singular new voice in pop music, has released the video for her lauded single “Forever Yours," featuring Latin superstar Casper Magico. With over two million streams, the song has quickly gained traction on digital platforms. The official music video, created as a tribute to New York City, was imagined after having witnessed the timeless character of the city’s people in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. With a striking, fresh sound, "Forever Yours" connects Rose’s timeless melodies to her Cuban roots, delivering on the promise Billboard and others recognized in her debut.
US Weekly exclusively premiered the music video for “Forever Yours” on July 29th which received homepage placement, noting, “Rising pop star Jena Rose just joined the running for song of the summer with her latest single, ‘Forever Yours.’”
Rose’s love for NYC took on a new dimension this year attending NY Fashion Week, where she was dressed by an array of top designers including Alice & Olivia, Anna Sui and Herve Leger. It was during that event that the concept of a dream takeover of Times Square took root for her upcoming video. Having already made waves in both music and fashion, she wanted to do something larger than life as a love letter to the place that has given her so much inspiration.
Rose, is set to launch her upcoming EP, Baby, Maybe, later this summer which features five new songs by a roster of GRAMMY-nominated producers.
Originally drawn to musical theatre, it wasn’t until Daniella attended a Carrie Underwood concert when she decided to pursue music. After trips to LA to learn about the music business, she took to writing her own songs and finding her voice. Her sound blends pop country with EDM or “Dirt Road Meets DJ,” as Daniella calls it. Her new single “White Tee” has just that electrifying sound. Written in her RV while on a road trip cross-country, the song just poured out of her. About the feeling of first falling in love with somebody, the song leaves you happy.
With the opportunity to change someone’s life, Daniella plans to keep releasing music. Constantly writing, whether on her phone or in a co-write, Daniella plans to record next month. Now living in Nashville, she also wants to perform at iconic venues such as the Bluebird Café and Douglas Corner more often.
Don’t miss out and follow Daniella on Instagram at @daniellaofficial.
(Nashville, TN; July 29, 2020) - Born and raised in Ottawa, Canada, Liv Charette spent the first 14 years of her life as a figure skater. In the ice rinks is where Charette first learned the importance of competing and excelling under pressure. Although figure skating only lasted until the age of 14 for Liv, she took away many life lessons from that sport. And because she thrives in being busy, she quickly found a new passion soon after hanging up her skates.
Because of the music careers of her grandfather and uncle, and the love for country music that runs in the veins of her family, Charette grew up listening to the great singers in country music. She quickly fell in love with the diverse sound of this genre. At the age of 16, Charette learned to play the guitar and by 18, she started her career in the music industry in Nashville, Tennessee. Because of her family’s love for it, Charette was very familiar with many country artists. She gets much of her musical influence from extraordinary women such as Shania Twain, Trisha Yearwood, Patsy Cline, and Dolly Parton. From the stories of her grandfather, to the music careers of her uncle, to her parents who support her in whatever she does, Charette had constant love and support from her family members. They made music fun for her. To Liv Charette, “music was not a job, but a passion.”
Charette continues her love for singing and songwriting as she just released her debut single, “That Kind of Song” on July 17th of this year. Liv fell in love with this song that was written by the iconic late Andrew Dorff and Barry Dean. It is a challenging song to sing with its wide range and sweeping vocals, but as stated by Dorff, a successful songwriter and producer, “With her multi-octave range, Liv completely crushes it.” From the instrumentals and vocals to the message it tells, this song is strong and powerful, just like Charette. Women musicians in country music have had such a strong impact on her own music career. Liv says that “it’s important to stand strong as a female. In any scenario, [she] wants songs that empower people.” And with “That Kind of Song,” she does just that!
Listen to Liv Charette’s “That Kind of Song” here.
Author: Sophie Grube
Country Fresh’s new single, “Broken” is a song that speaks to what many may be feeling during these uncertain times. It is a powerful and relevant song that serves as a hopeful reminder to focus on all the good around us.
Written by lead singer, Allison Cipris, the song is an appropriate follow up to the band’s first self titled ep, released in 2018. “Broken” showcases the band’s contemporary country sound and Allison’s outstanding vocals.
Country Fresh has been featured on commercial and indie radio as well as spotify playlists. As a Nash FM/Nash Next finalist, the band has toured in support of national acts, including Dustin Lynch, Marshall Tucker Band and Drew Baldridge. Country Fresh was just nominated for 2 Josie Independent Music Awards in the Modern Country category – “Group of the Year” and “Entertainers of the Year”. They have performed on many regional and festival stages and continue to bring music to their fans as best they can during the current state of Covid delays and postponements.
Listen to Broken on their website here.
(Nashville, TN July 18, 2020) Pop Powerhouse Abby Reign released her new single, “Roll the Dice." The song reminds us to keep the ones we love close. With the guitar beating as a heart and Reign’s vocals cutting through the suspended synth, the message from her lyrics are loud and clear to the listener. “Roll the Dice” is a song about finding that one person we can always count on. A person who won’t let go no matter what life throws our way.
“I wanted Roll the Dice to give that feeling of an electric summer love. To me the song brings back nostalgic memories of one of my first “loves”. I really hope it can bring back some of those positive nostalgic memories for others in this time of chaos in our world.”