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Artist TRVE, From ATL Finally Releases Long-Awaited Single “Demonz”


TRVE is an artist hailing from Atlanta, GA. He has a variety of styles and genres that help craft the way his music is today.

On September 25th 2020: TRVE went on Instagram Live to showcase the demo of “Demonz”.

After much love and buzz from the snippet of Demonz, his fans long wait has come to an end.

Demons is now out on ALL streaming platforms.


Instagram: @trve

Snapchat: Trv_or

Twitter: @trvemusic

TikTok: @trvemusic


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Koolie Koo Koo Takes the Music Industry by Storm with His Unique Approach to Songwriting

Koolie Koo Koo

Koolie Koo Koo is a talented recording artist and performer based in Miami. With a unique approach to music, he follows the philosophy that “melody is key,” a belief passed down to him from his late uncle, Errol “Pumpkin” Bedward, also known as King of the Beats.

Koolie Koo Koo draws inspiration from great musicians such as David Benoit, Babyface, Devante Swing, and Static Major. He writes, records, and produces his music, using his influences to create a distinct sound that sets him apart from other artists. Koolie Koo Koo prefers to record alone in the studio, doing all his vocals himself. His music is recorded at Arthause Studios in South Florida, and he focuses on sync and licensing.

Derive Music Publishing is excited to announce the release of Koolie Koo Koo’s latest single, “Thursday,” available now on all major platforms. “Thursday” is a catchy and upbeat track that showcases Koolie Koo Koo’s unique style and musical talent. The song has already gained attention from fans and music critics alike, with many praising Koolie Koo Koo’s distinct sound and creative vision.

His first two releases, “Thursday” and “Morman,” are gaining momentum and can be streamed on all available platforms. Koolie Koo Koo’s partnership with Venice Music Collective allows him to maintain full creative control of his music while releasing singles through them and concentrating on syncing his music outside of his business with them.

Stay connected with Koolie Koo Koo: Instagram | Spotify

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Jen Ash’s “Trouble” is Worthy of All Accolades

The latest single from Jen Ash has been circulating for a little over a month now and is demonstrating traction in the RnB field as critics, fans, and newcomers are flocking to this track which is a tribute to the late Amy Winehouse. My first impressions of this release are that the vocals really match the song. With an abundance of clever instrumentation, the vocals maintain a perfect symmetry to the melodic form staying comfortably in the frequency range the track is allotted to. Although this is a classic RnB style track, fused with the typical elements and changes that make this genre recognizable, Trouble exhibits a lean toward Gospel, Pop, and Soul. With these sub-genre roots, Trouble incorporates an exciting choice of organ pedal chords to compliment the piano lines while the saxophone samples carry the main melody. However, as stated by Jen Ash, “The song is so jazzy and bluesy. it takes me back in time. The saxophone adds another dimension to the song, where I feel like I’m immersed in a 50/60’s black and white movie.” This nostalgic feel is contrasted by a very modern vibe allowing this piece to resonate with a contemporary audience. Trouble doesn’t really like to experiment with timing and tempo changes that separate the chorus from the verse, this hinders the impact of the main hook this song really wants to push through. This step back from the punchiness allows listeners to get caught up in the jazzy and blues feel that permeates past Pop RnB. What we get is a vibe that captures the audience and sucks them into the track making it more wholesome and vibrant.

Trouble would be an excellent addition to any Urban, Pop, Adult Contemporary, and RnB commercial radio playlist. This track would also be a great fit for any club setting, as the main groove and the bottom end pushes through the main melody to elicit a dance response from the listener. Every aspect of the production has been meticulously fawned over, as each instrument is allowed its place within the frequency spectrum, yet blended together allowing for a full and competent mix. Trouble is a very enjoyable track, and worthy of the accolades it is receiving. As a follow-up to her other singles; No Other Lover, and I Am Dreaming Of You, Trouble is a perfect addition to Jen Ash’s growing catalog of up-and-coming hits. As a fitting tribute to the great Amy Winehouse, Trouble offers metaphor and symbolism that captures the essence of Amy’s music and the impact she had on her fans.


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