British- Congolese singer and multi-instrumentalist Myyora releases a new album called “Forever Chasing” a compilation of her 2020/2021. Myyora’s “Forever Chasing” brings an honest approach that makes you connect to the music in a real way. The song packs an infinite amount of realism, as she spits masterfully with an ambitious flow filled with conviction over a hard sound that is pure gold. She not only brings great flow but intricate lyricism that tells a story with her pen, that marvels like no other.
Listen to Myyora – Forever Chasing
Ol’ Burger Beats Crafts Timeless Beats and Conscious Rhymes in ’74: Out of Time’
Ol’ Burger Beats is a talented musician from Norway who has just released his latest album, “74: Out of Time”. The album has 17 tracks and features a mix of old and new sounds that take the listener on a musical journey through time.
The tempo of the album is set at 74 beats per minute, which gives it a unique and relaxing feel. The album also addresses some important issues, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and politics in the US and Europe.
Ol’ Burger Beats has collaborated with some of the best hip-hop artists, including Fly Anakin, Awon, Quelle Chris, Pink Siifu, and more. The result is an album that is both diverse and reflective of Ol’ Burger Beats’ growth as a composer.
“74: Out of Time” will be released on Feb. 16th on Coalmine Records and will be available on all major music platforms, as well as on cassette and vinyl. With special edition items and merchandise bundles, fans can join Ol’ Burger Beats on this incredible musical journey.
Bryce Bowyn’s “Divine Chemistry” EP Promises a Sonic Revolution
Bryce Bowyn, a talented musician from Washington, DC, released a new “Divine Chemistry” music album on February 9, 2024. The album has five new songs and showcases Bowyn’s musical evolution, featuring various themes and genres.
One of the most exciting songs in the album is called “Saint Sebastian,” a synth-pop creation inspired by Renaissance art and the complexities of unrequited, queer love. The album also includes some previously released songs such as “A Bridge Burned Down,” “Town” (a collaboration with Lexie Martin), and “Devils of Dupont,” which is the theme song for the Dupont Investigations podcast. In addition, the album features a new song called “If Only,” which is an exploration of electronic music produced by FHUR.
Bryce Bowyn has received recognition for his contributions to the arts, including a grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. He has performed with other popular musicians like Shauna Dean Cokeland and GIRLI, and he is preparing for his 2024 Pride Tour, where he will perform songs from the “Divine Chemistry” album across the country.
The “Divine Chemistry” album is available for streaming on popular music platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud. It will take you on an 18-minute and 31-second musical journey full of sonic brilliance that you won’t soon forget.