NYC based club stalwart Cazwell announces his highly-anticipated sophomore full-length album “Hard 2 B Fresh” released September 30th via Brooklyn-based indie Peace Bisquit. This not-so-random white dude gathers an impressive and illustrious list of collaborators include Richie Beretta (Major Lazer, Jillionaire), Justin de Nobrega (Die Antwoord), Nicky da B (Diplo), Peaches, Jesse Novak (M.I.A., Santigold), Big Dipper, RedTop (Beyoncé, Goldfrapp), Manila Luzon, DJ Fresh Direct and others to make for a ridiculously fun mix of electrified club music and old school hip hop.
Cazwell was inspired to write the title track, “Hard 2 B Fresh” while “getting fresh” at the legendary Russian Turkish Baths in New York City’s East Village. An old-school spa he often visits to “detox” and brainstorm new ideas. The rapper enjoys referencing comical and sexy situations he experiences when titling his tracks.
Chances are you may have heard of Joey Diamond and if you haven't you surely will in the near future. Joey Diamond is a Hit YouTube Sensation with 42 Million Views and 220 Thousand Subscribers.
Joey got his start at the tender age of 5 singing at Church and having fun doing karaoke with his family. At 13 Joey took the stage and entered the "Urgency Idol" Talent Competition, where he competed against 200 plus hopefuls.
The entertainment bug had now bitten the young Joey Diamond. His dream now was to be a Performer. One day while sitting in front of his computer, an idea struck him to record a YouTube Video, so he did. He put on that Joey Diamond smile and he sung The Hit Classic "My Girl". And before he knew it, that video had 3 Million Views.
Eureka O'Hara, known simply as Eureka, is the stage name of David Huggard, a drag performer from Johnson City, Tennessee. She is one of the 14 queens who competed on the ninth season of RuPaul's Drag Race. She is the only queen to ever leave the competition on medical grounds, after injuring her leg in the cheerleading challenge. She then received an open invitation by RuPaul to return on the tenth season of RuPaul's Drag Race, where she placed 2nd/3rd with Kameron Michaels.
In late 2000, at the age of 16, Mumba released her debut album Gotta Tell You, which contained primarily up-tempo R&B and pop songs. It was an international success, selling over 5 million copies, reaching number 9 on the United Kingdom and United States charts. To date, she has sold in excess of 15 million records globally and had six Top 10 hits in the United Kingdom, Ireland and 17 other countries.
In the United States, Mumba has had five Top 40 Hits and has been named one of the biggest selling Irish acts after U2, Enya and The Corrs. In 2001, she received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Remixed Recording (non-classical) for the track "Baby, Come on Over".
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Debby Holiday, International singer/songwriter with 15 Billboard Top 20 Dance Chart Hits, including her latest hit “Waiting For A Lifetime” (an Equality chant) which soared to #7 in Dec, 2018.
Debby Holiday broke onto the dance scene with her #5 Billboard summer anthem Dive in 2004. Holiday followed the smash hit Dive with her power ballad Half A Mile Away, which shot into the Billboard Top 10, along with Debby's follow-up dance hit Bring It On.
All of Debby’s subsequent dance singles broke into the Billboard Top 20 including, Piece of My Love & Surrender Me (with the incredible Tony Moran), Joyful Sound, featured in the hit show Sordid Lives: The Series, from writer/director/producer Del Shores, starring Olivia Newton John.
“Alyssa Edwards” is the pseudonym of Justin Dwayne Lee Johnson, an American drag queen, choreographer, and businessperson, best known for being part of the popular American show ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’ He was born and raised in Mesquite, Texas. His parents enrolled him at a football academy. However, little Justin was more interested in cheerleading and dressing up as girls. His uncle was a gay actor and had a strong influence on Justin, who then became inspired to pursue entertainment as a career. He enrolled into jazz classes. Justin first witnessed a drag show at a local gay bar, and he was amazed. Justin also participated in many gay beauty pageants and won quite a lot of them. By 2012, Justin had made a name for himself as his stage persona, “Alyssa.” The same year, he was invited to be one of the drag queens on the show ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’ He currently owns and runs a studio named ‘Beyond Belief Dance Company.’ In 2018, Alyssa appeared on a ‘Netflix’ documentary film titled ‘Dancing Queen.’
Bad Mother Nature is an original rock band from Sacramento, California. Formed in 2016, the group consists of guitarist/bassist duo Axel Ahrens and Corey Allred, pianist Ryan Allred, and drummer Jon McCann. Inspired by the classic rock titans of the 1960’s and 70’s, the band balances driving guitar-riff work with the nuanced, progressive piano that allows their music to range from soft to rocking - often within the same song.
On June 15th, 2018, the band released their debut EP “Strange Weather,” featuring Colin Curtin on drums. The album featured a range of styles from the upbeat blues-rock Honey Rider, to the instrumental guitar piece Persephone, to the anthemic ballad I’ll Make You a Thief. The album and the band were profiled in the UK rock magazine Fireworks.
Their latest feature LP “Porcelain Martyr” was released February 8th, 2019. A departure from the raw guitar-heavy style of their previous EP, the album is a conceptually-thematic overture of Progressive Rock, utilizing more backing vocals and harmonies, piano-driven riffs, and instrumental experimentation.
Canadian export, Karsten Sollors has earned the attention of electronic music’s finest. Pioneering his vision across the house spectrum, his studio output pours tech, deep and techno traits, granting enthusiasts from Chicago to Ibiza a beautiful sonic experience. Karsten gravitates toward effervescent musical accents, igniting charts around the world upon renowned labels while kindling a sincere and primitive flow.
Reflecting the personal attribution of Karsten Sollors life, music delivery staples an emotive path for him, welcoming finesse to his production that effortlessly positions him on the map. A career evolving a resume of well-rounded accomplishments, Sollors signings to Toolroom Records, UNDR THE RADR, Nervous and Farris Wheel Recordings among his finest, breaking boundaries within the house music pool. His music heavily supported by the likes of Roger Sanchez and Gene Farris.