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Jocelyn & Chris – Sugar and Spice

Jocelyn & Chris – Sugar and Spice

An instant favorite is what you get from Jocelyn & Chris on the new song “Sugar and Spice”. Janis Joplin and Stevie Nicks blended perfectly with guitarwork calling back to greats like Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix, Jocelyn & Chris deliver a psychedelic 70s style on this funk-driven track about realities of a hot and cold relationship. Their first post-pandemic release, this track is a taste of their forthcoming eighth studio album.

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Kelsie Kimberlin stirs sizzling fiesta vibes with “Parking Lot”

Kelsie Kimberlin

Famous international artist Kelsie Kimberlin ignites the dance floor with her mesmerizing new release, “Parking Lot,” a sizzling fusion of pop and Latin rhythms that captures the vibrant culture city’s heartbeat. Filmed against the vibrant backdrop of Cartagena, Colombia, the song pulses with infectious energy, drawing listeners into its irresistible groove.

Collaborating with legendary Colombian producer Pedro Vengoechea, who lends his talents alongside mesmerizing Colombian dancers, to create a sensory delight from start to finish with her velvety vocals. Vengoechea’s Latin rap interlude adds authenticity to the extra layer of spice of “Parking Lot.

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At its core, “Parking Lot” celebrates movement and allure, with lyrics that vividly depict a confident, vivacious dancer who captivates everyone in her orbit. She exudes joy and empowerment with each beat, inviting listeners to join her in revelry. The song’s driving force is its pulsating rhythm, anchored by the mesmerizing strumming of a Spanish guitar. This emotive vibe seamlessly complements Kimberlin’s soulful delivery, creating an intoxicating yet exhilarating sound.

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As the night unfolds within the confines of the “Parking Lot,” Kimberlin’s voice rises above the fray as a beacon of light amidst the darkness. With every verse she delivers, she entices us to immerse ourselves in the music and surrender to the primal impulse to dance. In “Parking Lot,” Kelsie Kimberlin once again showcases her musical prowess, establishing herself as a formidable figure in the pop music industry. With its irresistible beat and undeniable charm, this song will set the night ablaze wherever it’s played.

 

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Paul Steward stirs a charming musical narrative with “I Was Wrong You Were Right”

Paul Steward

Paul Steward, a highly skilled musician, has recently released a new single, “I Was Wrong You Were Right,” which features the musical stylings of Jacques Wilkens. The track is a compelling auditory experience highlighting Steward’s talent and versatility as an artist, seamlessly blending Haitian/Caribbean dance-pop sensibilities with slick hip-hop beats.

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Steward’s soulful vocals and Jacques Wilkens’ insightful lyricism culminate in an engaging narrative that resonates with the audience. The artist employs the song’s lyrics to pursue harmony, peace, and love while exhibiting his humility and passion to nurture affection. The track boasts an impressive amalgamation of various music genres, emphasizing the Haitian/Caribbean music style. The song’s captivating melodies and well-polished production blend modern influences, adding complexity and depth to an enchanting sonic experience.

Steward’s music is heavily influenced by his upbringing in the Elem Indian Colony Sulphur Bank Rancheria, where he incorporates elements of Native American traditional music into his work. He pays homage to his Pomo-Tribal roots in Santa Rosa, California, while exploring new sonic territories and pushing boundaries.

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I Was Wrong You Were Right” is a testament to Steward’s journey, resilience, and dedication to uplifting his community through the power of music. It is an exceptional work that is worth investing one’s time and attention.

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