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INsiders Guide: New Artists and New Music for 11/02

KTJ & CARLY craft a lightheaded euphoria of sounds on their polarizing new single, “MOONLIGHT,” out now. Musical powerhouses, the duo grew up writing, performing, and playing music thanks to the encouragement of their parents. They went on to study at Carnegie Mellon University and NYU’s Music Production and Technology school, before settling in Los Angeles to begin writing and producing their first project. After the success of their first single, “On Your Mind,” and a sold-out show at Los Angeles’ iconic Hotel Cafe, one thing was clear — these women were a force to be reckoned with. On their second single, “MOONLIGHT,” they experiment with unique pop sounds while sticking to their urban-meets-EDM infused style.

Written and produced by the duo, “MOONLIGHT” is an electrifying adventure through the many stages of breakup grief. They meld vocal warmth with breathless falsetto to create an eery atmospheric vibe, a perfect foundation for the brazen experimental sounds they create. Disjointed rhythms, radiant synths, and surprising melodic twists build to an urgent explosion of vocals fantasticism on the chorus. KTJ & CARLY shine brightest when they expose the differences between their styles — a juxtaposition between soft and heavy that mirrors the two stages of grief itself. “MOONLIGHT,” out October 30th, is an unforgettable mix of urban pop magic you’ll want to hear again and again. 

The sweetheart of the UK’s urban music scene, Kyla first broke into wider recognition with her single ‘Do You Mind’, a track that became synonymous with club culture and the break of homegrown Funky House into the mainstream. In fact, the track became that embedded in the rich tapestry of UK culture at the height of the genres reign, that almost 10 years later, Drake sampled the instantly recognisable lyrics for the number 1 smash record ‘One Dance’.

For her latest release, Kyla gets ‘Personal’, drawing on the elements that move her and run through her own ‘Personal’ fabric as an individual and an artist. Premiered with R&B King, DJ Ace on BBC Radio 1Xtra, the new, self-released record via her own label Reid & Wright Music, has an undercurrent of reggae cursing through the beat whilst the experienced, fluid delivery and songwriting melt together to create an impassioned, soulful, R&B, dance-inducing moment with another knock-our hook from the lovable star.

Working alongside some of the greatest producers, labels and artists across the globe, Kyla has seen her work released through Virgin Records, Sony (Ministry of Sound) and Universal as well as working with Popcaan, Wiley, Naughty Boy, Bashy and more. Her accolades include 3 Billboard awards, a place in the Guinness Book of Records and holding a number 1 record for 15 consecutive weeks in the UK.

Currently adding to her repertoire of music cuts and building her own independent label, Kyla explains: “I wanted to release something that I love and something I feel personally represents me rather than just ticking the boxes, ‘Personal’ does that”. Ironically Kyla is releasing ‘Personal’ at a very personal stage of her life and proves exactly why she embodies everything an empowering career woman is and why she has not only survived but blossomed with over a decade in the music industry. Not only is she preparing to welcome her second child to the world but she is also battling with a rare pregnancy complication called ‘Hyperemesis Gravidarum’, often resulting in hospital treatment and bedrest. However rather than succumb to its physical constraints Kyla has committed to continue building her career and label, and merely add in an awareness project surrounding the condition too. 

“Sometimes the most frightening monsters we confront are the ones we’ve created. I wrote it based off of pretentious conversations that I would have with people as they bragged about the apparent success of their current ventures while simultaneously pushing everyone else down. I noticed that after I would hear these things from other people I started to recite them in my own mind – wishing that there was an ounce of truth in it. It took me to a dark place of comparing myself to other people, trying to rack up my “body count” of people they’ve hurt to get where they are, and ultimately had to come to terms with the monster I was creating. This song is that confrontation. And now, on the other end of it, I’ve never felt truer to myself – caring about the things that actually matter”.—LX Mason

Sam Weber is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist in the vein of Jackson Browne, The Band, The Wood Brothers, and Gillian Welch. Years spent refining songs at home in British Columbia, Canada, attending Berklee College Of Music, and working in studios in Los Angeles have honed Weber’s craft to a fine point. With two LPs already released, Shadows in the Road (2014) and Valentina Nevada (2016), Weber released an EP, New Agile Freedom, in 2018 which features the track ‘Ex-Lover’ -named by Bahamas as the best song of 2018 on The Strombo Hundo yearly countdown. Sam is set to release a 3rd full length studio album in 2019.

Sam boasts a relentless tour schedule, splitting most of his time between the road and the studio over the past few years. A busy tour schedule has already taken him and his band across the globe over the past couple of years.

LA-based Rapper CEO Fields officially drops the music video for his latest single “Yours”. In this new story-driven video, Fields continues to emphasize his message of self-ownership to the highest degree. The single transitions Fields journey to success to the celebration of strong ambitious women. “Yours” is both fun, empowering and exciting. The music video premiered exclusively by The Hype Magazine, on October 3rd.

Reflecting on the creation of the song, CEO Fields told ThisIsTheLatest, “‘Yours’ is my version of a love song for the Boss Woman out there that has my heart and all of my attention. After ’25/8′ I wanted to speak to the women so that they know I have something for them too.”
Born and raised in Detroit, Fields moved to Los Angeles after dropping out of college following his sophomore year. He had about $5000 to his name and spent $2100 to purchase a used car from Craigslist. It would turn out to be a great investment as he’d live out of his car for a few months as he struggled to get on his feet. After managing one of LA’s biggest pet boutiques, he branched out to start his own fitness company for dogs. As his business began to grow tremendously, he started investing in stocks and cryptocurrencies. In just two years, Fields made his first million dollars.

Today, Fields combines his passion for music with his financial knowledge to create a sub-genre called Finance Rap. Through his music, Fields strives to entertain and educate listeners about the power of financial literacy and investing, especially with young people in underprivileged areas.

With his new single “Yours”, CEO Fields hopes to reach the Boss Women in the world – letting them know they are admired and appreciated. Be sure to check out the latest music video for the track and follow CEO Fields social media for more exclusives.

“We all want that deep, unconditional,
real love; yet we tend to run away from it and choose comfort and safety instead. Eventually, we have to find the courage to walk through the flames, let the past crumble, and let something new and beautiful rise up. It’s about the dilemma of lovers burning with desire to be together but scared to be burnt at the same time. Once they find the courage to walk the path together, all their fears, baggage, and ego shall turn into ashes and unconditional love, & oneness shall arise like a phoenix.”-CHIANNE

CHIANNE’s primary goal is to use her art and music to encourage others to follow their true passions, stay committed to their own dreams, and actualize their truest, most authentic selves. She calls her work “conscious pop” — yummy, feel-good music that aims to enliven the masses, rather than commiserate.

Born in Ankara, Turkey, CHIANNE (real name Cihannur Ozgur) has already lived many lives: fashion designer in Italy, Istanbul, and New York City; wedding planner in Amsterdam; and now, up-and-coming musician in Los Angeles. Always a voracious learner and scholar, CHIANNE studied at the Musicians’ Institute in Hollywood and began writing and recording her own songs. She went on to become a finalist out of 14,000 participants in the annual 97.1 AMP Radio We Can Survive concert’s Opening Act competition. She sings in English, Turkish, Italian, French, and Spanish. Look for CHIANNE’s debut EP coming in early 2020!

(Photo by: Michel Filion)

Brian Justin Crum is an electrifying performer with a powerhouse voice!

Brian’s career began on Broadway when he was just 18 years old. He moved to New York City to join the cast of “Wicked”. He then went on to perform in Pulitzer Prize-Winning ‘Next to Normal’, QUEENS rock theatrical “We will Rock You” and Disney’s “Tarzan” among others. It was in these years that Brian really honed in on his craft as a singer.

In 2016 Brian appeared on America’s Got Talent where he was able to showcase his voice to a much larger reach. Some of Brian’s most memorable performances on the show were Radiohead’s “Creep” & Queen’s “Somebody To Love.” These two performances alone garnered over 100 million views online.  “Your Song” (Season 11, placing 4th), earning the respect of Simon Cowell and team. Watch that performance here.

The evolution of Brian as an artist has begun… He has taken the reigns and is in control of his own destiny. Brian has finally been able to embrace who he is deep down and it is showing in the work he creates.

With a growing fan base invested in both his music and his roles in anti-bullying and LGBT efforts, Brian’s star continues to rise. Between dropping covers like Robyn’s “Show Me Love” which soared to #2 on the Billboard Dance Charts, touring the world, and competing against 50 top talents on “America’s Got Talent: Champions;” in early 2019. Brian’s next move may be his biggest yet: his debut EP RECKLESS coming in 2020!

LA-based artist, Danny Zee, excited to release his new single “Blue Butterfly”, out today. Conveying the longing of an old love, “Blue Butterfly” combines elements of R&B and soul. The single is the title track off his upcoming debut album, Blue Butterfly, set for release on January 2020.

“Blue Butterfly” introduces Danny Zee a vulnerable lyricist and hypnotic composer. Inspired by artists such as Daniel Caesar, Frank Ocean, and John Mayer, Danny follows the flow of Neo-Soul music, with a slow tempo beat and dreamy vocals that overlay the instrumental. He wraps up the track with a blues guitar solo to symbolize the longing love story described in the lyrics.

Reflecting on the inspiration behind his new single, Danny Zee opens up, “‘Blue butterfly’ was an emoji-symbol of love in my last relationship. It was that one emoji she would send to me to let me know everything will be alright, and vice versa. It became our ‘I love you’, ‘I miss you’, ‘I’m here for you’. It was OUR thing. We would always say to each other, ‘you’re my blue butterfly’, which is why I included it as the exact lyric in the song. But as a butterfly is meant to fly out of its cocoon, so did we. And we are no more together, and hence, the longing and yearning for her gave birth to this track.”

The single is the first off Danny Zee’s upcoming album of the same name. Comprised of 8 original tracks, written over a 6-month period, the entirety of the album was written, composed, and produced by Danny in complete isolation and lockdown. The journey of the record was to document his progression from the dark to the light. Each track documents a moment on this path that has led Danny Zee to reach his full artistic expressions, such as heartbreak, abandonment, solitude, and acceptance.

Today, Danny Zee is looking to move forward as an artist and pursue music that feels more authentic to him. With his new single “Blue Butterfly”, Danny introduces himself to the US audiences as a vulnerable songwriter and new R&B artist. Be sure to check out the single from Danny Zee’s debut album, Blue Butterfly, out on January 2020.

Harbouring his unique talents varying from graphic design to music and fashion, Julian Daniel has been able to create his own image and sound that is unlike any other current pop musician. Everything that you see is 100% authentic and creatively controlled by Julian himself.

Sad Boy” is the newest single from Julian‘s debut E-Boy EP (set for release on November 20). It’s a song that shows personal growth and the effects of social media on our youth in today’s day and age.

American Israeli pop artist, KFIR, releases his new single “Ocean Breeze”. Combining elements of Pop, Trap, and R&B, KFIR elevates his deep songwriting to create a single representing the lure of paradise. The single is the first off his anticipated EP, One Time With You, slated for release in 2020.

In creating “Ocean Breeze”, KFIR teamed up with cowriter Javier Cardellino (Bishop Briggs, BOMBAI) and NYC-based producer/engineer Majik Reed, owner of The HITS Lab. The single captures the lure of paradise as well as the enchanting experiences of being on vacation. KFIR is releasing the single as one final lovesong to summer before the coldness sets in.

KFIR musical journey began as a child, but it wasn’t until 2013 that he began releasing his own original music. His debut single, “Fake It Till U Make It” dropped January 1st, 2013 and introduced KFIR’s unique blend of Pop/Soul/Dance. He followed that release with his second single, “D’matized”, which reached over 16K views its first week on YouTube, as well as landing in 2013 Top 40 list of new music videos to watch on the IMVDb.

In 2015, KFIR returned to music after joining the STARZ Network Drama Flesh & Bone and released his dance single “Heart After Dark”  with the Soulshakers. The track went on to have reached #6 in the UK Pop/Dance charts. After a successful Indiegogo campaign in 2016, Kfir began working on his new EP album with singer-songwriter, Javi Cardellino, and producer Pablo San Martin. Together they created KFIR’s 7 track EP Free Delivery, released in 2018. Following its release, KFIR dropped the high energy single “Drama Queen” on September 5th, 2018, which reached #11 on the Top 100 Hot AC.

Now, KFIR is ready to hit globally with his music. “Ocean Breeze”, which is available now on all streaming platforms, teases what’s to come from his artistry in 2020. Be sure to follow KFIR on social media to stay up to date on his music at

Crywolf returns with “your joy is your sorrow unmasked,” his first original single since his early 2019 album, widow [OBLIVION pt. 1]Crywolf constantly challenges the expectation that an artist must fit into a singular genre. Diverging from his known electronic-tinged landscapes, he boldly steps into new territory on his new single, employing an acoustic-approach that drips with emotional resonance.

“your joy is your sorrow unmasked” rises from the ashes of heartbreak, intertwining lilting vocals and melancholy instrumentation in order to create a delicate yet powerful listen. “I wrote this song the first time I tried to imagine her and couldn’t quite picture her face,” Crywolf writes of his past lover who inspired the track. “It felt like a sort of second of death for the relationship; a sign that I had truly grown into a completely different form, one that had never touched her skin. She had become a stranger to me.”

Crywolf is the project of producer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist Justin Taylor Phillips. He released his 16-track album widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I] earlier this year, which he followed with a US tour and remix album. Currently residing in Bali, Crywolf is creating [OBLIVIØN Pt. 2], set for release in 2020. In keeping with the stripped-back nature of the new single, Crywolf has also announced Crywolf Unplugged, an intimate night of acoustic music at Los Angeles’ Moroccan Lounge on January 16th.

6’3″, 260 pounds, former center for Purdue football… sounds like a likely candidate for a tender musician, no? Well, looks can be deceiving, and despite an eclectic background, Midnight Divide frontman Austen Moret has been obsessed with songwriting since the days his two-year-old self was smashing the keys of a Casio keyboard or his grandmother’s piano. Weird right? He has… layers.

After brief stints in indie/alternative bands, Moret finally decided the only path forward was to forge his own. Thus, via the depths of Craigslist musician ads, Midnight Divide was born. With Jace McPartland on bass, Dan Beltran on lead guitar and Bryan King on drums, the Los Angeles based band deliver cinematic alt-rock with a magnetically fierce sound that’s been electrifying audiences across the nation. 

New EP Weapons Grade Amnesia covers themes such as self-destruction, self-awareness and yearning for a better future with hope in overcoming the odds. Moret confides, “I think I’ve found over the years that music is really the best way I’m able to cope and express myself in a way that feels honest and real. Somehow you always find the best things to say way after the fact…” The emotion driven EP features ‘Who Do You Think That You Are?’, a track which was deeply inspired by past poor decisions. Showcasing throbbing baselines, fiery vocals and determined melodies, the song radiates tenacity. Then there is ‘Inherent Vice’ an ethereal alt-rock anthem and ‘Say You Believe’ a confident single, oozing with bold instrumentation and impassioned lyrics. Both songs narrate the hope of overcoming faults and becoming the person you want to be.

Sonically Moret’s music melds a variety of sounds, always real alt-rock drums and guitars on every record, layered with synths and pop production, topped with raw emotional vocals, heaped on a cinematic plate. The music is best consumed raw and loud, emitting an essence of Queens Of The Stone Age. Moret shares, “I hope this music inspires someone to feel ok about feeling conflicted. That emotions don’t play by the rules and aren’t limited to one at a time, and that’s ok. You’re able to work through that and be a little fucked up about it”. 

Midnight Divide has seen solid success, with songs ‘Fireline’ and ‘Let It Be Known’ synced on Showtime’s critically acclaimed Shameless, and ‘Torn’ and ‘Animal Eyes’ placed on TNT’s Animal Kingdom. ‘Inherent Vice’ and ‘Say You Believe’ are out now.


Ted Z and The Wranglers, of Southern California, deliver outlaw country-charged rock. Ted’s catchy story-songs are fully-realized tales of love, regret, getting older and getting in trouble. The band stirs up it’s Americana influences, featuring quick picking and bluesy slide guitar over galloping train beats and swinging shuffles.

The Wranglers are Collin Mclean (bass), Jackson Leverone (lead and slide guitar, vocals) and Jordan Lipp (drums). The band has honed it’s sound on big stages and in biker bars alike. They get audiences dancing and bring them back for more.

Ted Z and The Wranglers were signed to Rip Cat Records in 2015. Their first label release, Ghost Train, was recorded at Yellow Dog Studios in Wimberley, TX and produced by Monty Byrom (Big House, Eddie Money). 2017 Winner Hard Rock Rising LA, Jam in The Van (2017) Headlined Sturgis Buffalo Chip (2018).

Jade The Moon is a unique and sonically adventurous Canadian Alt-Pop group. Their upcoming sophomore release, 11:11, can be best described as musical photographs. A moment in time turned dance party, a true story turned love song, and a daydream turned eerie, an Anti-Pop lullaby, a real-world inspiration.

After recently returning to British soil from a year in South America, soaking up the vibes, British/Colombian singer-songwriter Vanessa Forero is releasing her new single on November 2nd (Day of The Dead) – a haunting and charming waltz sung in Spanish about the festival’s skeleton icon: La Catrina. 

Forero has been performing the song live in her set around bars and venues in Colombia and finally bringing it home to record with her ‘feather girls’ and musician-pack in Brighton. 

Being a full-time composer/producer and solitary creator, Forero has always written and recorded alone, playing and recording all instruments and parts herself, but this time she stepped out of her dark studio and into her neighbours front room (a house of musical talent!) where together they recorded ‘La Catrina’ in one-take. “In this over-filtered, auto-tuned world, to do something so raw and imperfect as one-take of four amigos in a living room excited me…and scared me! But it’s captured a charm and energy that no studio plug-in can create. Only humans. I’m hooked!”

The video was animated by young creative Tash Tully who has spent the last year hand-making skeleton puppets and vintage theatre scenes to create this divine piece of moving art. 

To live in the hearts of those we loved is not to die is the message carried in the Dia De Los Muertos festival, and Forero has certainly kept a traditional musical style alive with ‘La Catrina’ through her usual charm and quirkiness.

Her debut EP From The Uproar garnered much attention from media and fans alike (over 1 million streams on Spotify, radio plays on BBC Radio, RCM…) Her second EP ‘Fuego’ is highly anticipated and will be released early next year. Described as a wild-cat, tribal, fusion expression of her two cultural sides, the release will come with more videos by animator Tash Tully as well as a shoot in the Colombian Tatacoa desert by Director Felipe Rodriguez. She returns to her other land in January to work with acclaimed tropical producer, Richard Blair (Sidestepper).

Till then, enjoy Dia De Los Muertos with Forero’s love-filled artistic offering.

NJ-based singer-songwriter Kenny Curcio officially releases his new single “Hometown Heart”. Written and produced by Curcio at 0x1 Studios in Cherry Hill, NJ, “Hometown Heart” is an uplifting blend of Americana and rock, which has become his signature sound. Lyrically, Curcio wrote an anthem to express his appreciation for where he started and celebrate how the past has shaped him.

Reflecting on what inspired him to write “Hometown Heart”, Kenny Curcio says, “I wanted to tell the story of where things started for me, which others can apply to their own life experiences. It’s all about remembering and appreciating the good times, and accepting life’s challenges as learning experiences; because they both can serve to help each of us grow into becoming the person we are meant to be.”

From learning on the family organ to receiving his first guitar at 12, Kenny Curcio has always had a passion for music. He began embracing songwriting in high school, later forming the band Whiskey Train in college, which released two studio albums, Keep On Walking and Open Up Your Mind. Curcio then moved on to solo work releasing debut album More to Do in 2012. 

During this time, Kenny Curcio had the opportunity to open for national acts Gary Allen at the House of Blues in Atlantic City, NJ, and Corey Smith at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA. He has performed live for Philly’s 93.3 WMMR for Preston and Steve’s ‘Campout For Hunger’ to raise money for the homeless. He has become a staple live performer being featured at Trocadero and TLA in Philadelphia as well as numerous venues in NYC.

Kenny Curcio’s most recent single, “American Soldier”, was released Memorial Day Weekend, May 24th, 2019. The single was a testament to his abilities as a musician to connect with his audience. Alongside its release, Curcio also partnered with the New Jersey non-profit, Operation Yellow Ribbon to donate a portion of the single’s proceeds and help US Troops.

After “American Soldier”, Kenny Curcio went back to what he loves most and has become a staple live performer. From Atlantic City to Philadelphia, Curcio spent the summer engaging with his fans and lighting the stage on fire. He doesn’t seem to be stopping either – check out dates for his upcoming shows at

Currently, Kenny Curcio is continuing to grow as a songwriter and musician. He is excited to release “Hometown Heart” to the public and will be celebrating with fans Saturday November 2nd with a performance at John’s Farm in Medford, NJ.

C. SHIROCK is Chuck Shirock – founder, frontman and primary writer for internationally acclaimed band, SHIROCK.  The new music from C. SHIROCK is an evolution and a distillation of his previous work, cutting to the core of his identity, with a power and clarity not heard before.  Blending anthemic choruses, musical builds and releases with heartfelt and personal lyrics, the new music from C. SHIROCK delivers a vulnerability, urgency and an aching vocal that is uniquely his own. Driving rhythms and bass are anchors to the soaring melodies, layers of keyboards, and programming that call to mind the emotive, intelligent pop music of artists such as Peter Gabriel and David Bowie.

C. SHIROCK was born in the United States and has since lived in both the Philippines and Scotland, before relocating to Nashville, TN to further study music. Coming from a family of creatives and musicians, he grew up the oldest of four, playing piano, writing and composing from a very early age. His mother was a professional ballet dancer, his father an avid guitarist and his grandfather an accomplished jazz pianist.

The cultural influences of C. SHIROCK’s upbringing, both musically and melodically, can be heard in his latest releases. Seamlessly blending his refined melodic and pop sensibility with years of classical training and hints of Phil Collins, Prince, and The Cure, C. SHIROCK has established a defined and modern sound. After going through major life changes and transitions, C. SHIROCK decided it was time for a change of identity and took the leap from playing in his band SHIROCK, to going it alone. “I viewed it as a continuation or an evolution or sorts. It’s been incredibly freeing and liberating to chase whatever turns me on…to create without inhibition”, reveals the musician.

Continuing to carve out his unique place with this new project, C. SHIROCK describes his songwriting as vulnerable and honest, “whether it’s capturing a feeling, or telling a specific story, it’s always based on my own life. If it doesn’t come out of my own emotional experience, it feels inauthentic and I don’t feel connected to it”.

C. SHIROCK has found success with his music featured in multiple TV networks including MTV, NBC and ABC, as well as working with brands such as American Eagle and Hollister. He has performed at major summer festivals in front of hundreds of thousands of people across the US and UK, alongside acts such as Twenty One Pilots, Cage The Elephant and Manchester Orchestra, to name a few. Outside of his music, the songwriter is also a professional model landing his face on campaigns across the globe. He has further involved himself in charity work, where he has partnered with various homeless and poverty-focused organizations. 

Singer-songwriter, Erin Bowman, debut album, Apartment 101, is out nowThe singles “There You Go Again”  “Something To Say” are currently featured on Sirius XM.

‘2019 called for a new musical direction for Erin Bowman. After the success of her release “Good Time Good Life,” (a debut performance on Good Morning America, closing out the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards, and placements including Target, Beaches Resort, Academy Awards(Oscar’s) promo, and countless others) Bowman found herself working on music with a slightly different sound. Recorded in London and scheduled to be released on November 1, 2019, ‘Apartment 101’ is a lyrically driven, wearing her heart on her sleeve 8 song debut EP. With a series of YouTube videos Bowman will give an intro video to each of the 8 songs from her very own apartment: Apartment 101.

Nashville’s singer/songwriter/producer John Luke Carter, aka Mokita who is thrilled to share his new single “Colorblind” out now.

Mokita is all about making music that make him feel something and that people can relate to at the same time.

Mokita says, “I wrote ‘Colorblind’ as an attempt to try and describe depression to someone who has never experienced it. I started experiencing severe depression when I was 14 years old and had no idea what it was really, until several years after going through it. It took me a long time to have the courage to be open and transparent about my battle with depression and anxiety, and songwriting has become one of the main ways that I’m able to process and even combat the sometimes crippling feelings that stem from it. The song was really hard to write; not because of the content matter, but because its so hard to try and describe something that you can’t visibly see; something that not everyone is familiar with. My hope with this song was that it would help people who battle with depression to be open about it, and understand that it’s okay to not feel normal; that it’s okay to feel overwhelmed. My other hope was that it would help people that haven’t experienced depression understand a little better what it looks like, and in turn help them love the people in their life that do struggle with it without belittling them or making them feel like victims. Its ok to not be ok, but burying that feeling and hiding it from the people who love you and want to help you only takes things to a darker place. My hope with this song is just that it helps someone. It ok to ask for help, and I hope this song encourages that.”

Known for his lyrical and buoyant electronic-based pop, Cater was classically trained in piano in his youth and first started performing in his church. Later, he taught himself to play guitar and eventually transitioned into electronic music production. Since, the Nashville-based musician has been making waves with a range of originals and remixes, all serving as a testament to his mastery of so many different musical disciplines. Spurred on by the success of  his most recent ‘Black and Blue’ (2M+ streams), then ‘Monopoly’ (13M+ streams), ‘When I See you’ (12M+ streams) and ‘Love Alone’ (15M+ streams).


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