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Julian King brings the heat with ‘Can We Go Back’

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Triple Threat singer/songwriter/dancer Julian King has been known to wow audiences over the years as one hell of a performer , so it should come as no surprise why we’re featuring him today. The Philly native has had quite the few years in the spotlight after making noise on season 16 of the hit NBC series ‘The Voice’. His standout performances definitely made him a fan favorite and although he didn’t win the show, what he got out of the experience was just as rewarding. The show proved that Julian has nothing but star power and his gift will continue to make room for him whenever he shares it. In the past two years he dropped two critically acclaimed projects ‘Made In China’ in 2019 and ‘TakeOut’ in 2020 and this was just only the beginning of what he has in store for the world. This pandemic might have set things back for most of the world but it only has fueled him to get back in the studio and create some of his best work yet. During quarantine his experience with love and the loss of it became the subject of song which is what true artistry is all about. He teamed up with producers Dirty Harry & Robert ‘Biz’ Thomas for this emotional ballad which is sure to connect with anyone who has been in a relationship which suddenly goes wrong. The performance clip shows a different side of Julian as a performer as he gives his audience an intimate look at love between two men in the most vulnerable way as an artist as he shares just a piece of what he personally experienced during quarantine. Get into the must see video as he continues to take his artistry to the next level on his own terms. 

Follow Julian King online at @itsJulianKing

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Aaron Fresh Premieres ‘ Tabanca ‘

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R&B showstopper Aaron Fresh has come a long way from when he was first introduced to the word back in 2010. The former Teen heartthrob made a huge splash with his Def Jam debut singles ‘Spending All My Time’ & ‘Dirty Girl’ which was in heavy rotation across BET, MTV, VH1 & Nickelodeon.  The Trini native was truly born to do this and as a kid watching some of his idols like Michael Jackson, Usher , Chris Brown & Machel Montano was all the inspiration he ever truly needed. When Aaron hit the stage his electrifying performances compared him to the greats the came before him which is exactly why Nick Cannon and so many others saw the star power in him. In no time he was co-hosting ‘The Night Life’ alongside Nick on Nickelodeon where the also gave him the opportunity to become a special celebrity correspondent on Teen Nick. It was clear that his star was steady on the rise, but as label politics changed his time at Def Jam was over, but that only fueled him to continue his success as an indie artist. Over the years he’s also found success as a songwriter working with K-Pop stars EXO and NU’EST which kept him fulfilled, but his fans were ready for him to return to music. Now he’s back and better than ever with the release of his latest single ‘Tabanca’ as he teamed up with Ronnie Young Jr and Micky Monday on the track. The buzz worthy single is just the re-introduction he needed to show the world his new and refreshing sound. Watch the accompanying video for the track which is only just a taste of so much more in store.

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Jay Z, Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Snoop Dogg are now Emmy Award Winners!

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The Super Bowl half time show has a history of being Emmy nominated, and even winning a couple in the design and lighting category. However, after Roc Nation has taken control of the show, they have landed their very first win in the Outstanding Variety Special category.

This win has given the Hip Hop headliners Emmy Award Winners. Also included in this win are Desiree Perez, Dave Meyers, Dionne Harmon, Jesse Collins, and Aaron B. Cooke.

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CeCe Dai brings the heat with ‘Summer Love’

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Triple Threat CeCe Dai is back and better than ever with the release of her latest single ‘Summer Love’. The singer/songwriter who hails from Los Angeles,CA always dreamed of one day becoming an artist and now she is finally coming into her own as rising star. Growing up singing in church , it was clear that she had a passion for music, but little did she know how far it would take her. Now of course she studied the greats like Whitney Houston, Chaka Khan , Anita Baker, Lauryn Hill, Brandy, Kim Burrell, Beyoncé and Jazmine Sullivan so you should already know that she takes her craft very serious. Over the years after performing in different groups and singing back up for other artist, it was clear to her that being a solo act was truly what her heart desired. The journey wasn’t always easy and there were many road blocks , but when the Covid—19 pandemic shut the world down she knew that this was her time to truly focus on her music.  Within time she dropped not one by two buzz-worthy singles ‘Love Again’ and ‘ Cold World’ which definitely were in heavy rotation as her fanbase slowly but surely continued to grow. As listeners gravitated to her edgy mix of new and classic r&b , it was clear that she had to give them more of what they been waiting for. Now she’s back with her single ‘Summer Love’ produced by Johnny Lee George. The feel good record co written by Dale Garcia & Cindy Figueroa along with CeCe is sure to be in heavy rotation as she continues to bring a fresh new sound to r&b. Watch the premiere of her scorching hot new video directed Francisco Lopez & Augustine Zepeda as she gives fans just another taste of so much more to come.

Follow CeCe Dai on social media
Instagram : @Iam.CeCeDai
Twitter : @IAmCeCeDai

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