Ok, you guys are probably all going mad with all this delay, but as you know things have been a little crazy at the moment, which is the perfect time for the top five tracks of the week powered by Musosoup

We are still with the mission, recognizing incredible talents who have submitted the brilliant songs that we are about to talk about right now. 

This week we have a pretty much awesome playlist with representatives from California, The UK, and Paris

Let’s delve right in! 

1- Aprilann – 8th Of November 

Hailing from London, Aprilann is an independent singer-songwriter, she quotes that she is ‘doing things on her own with a brand new single release called ‘8th Of November’ that can be easily a modern hit, influenced by the likes of Taylor Swift and Cyn, blending an alternative sound with synth-pop, which is pretty perfect. 

She’s been doing her thing since kindergarten, Aprilann grew up in Daytona Beach, Florida where she has developed her craft. The cut ‘8th of November’ was composed remotely because of the lockdown, which showcases this new trend in the music industry, which is extremely important,  the show must go on!

Greeting us this time, Aprilann seems to be the perfect fit for our first spot this week.

2- Julie Tuzet – Picky 

Hailing from Paris, France, Julie Tuzet is a singer, dancer, and model debuting her first single, called Picky, which is a decent pop and r&b musical project. 

Between Barcelona, Milan, and Paris, the young and talented model brought us a very catchy record, composed and produced by the Parisian collective Doveï, leading to a solid piece of work for her debut in the music industry. 

The song Picky is from the upcoming EP “Gold & Rose” and is set to be released in late 2020, A firmly secured spot for our second place on this playlist.

3- Ryan Palma – Shift 

Ryan Palma is an emerging singer, multi-instrumentalist, and audio engineer, originating from Fremont, California, dropping an alternative rock single called Shift, bringing a powerful atmosphere with mesmerizing melodies and hooks that will get stuck in your head for days. 

His uplifting vocals remind me of some new metal vibes of bands from the 90s like P.O.D. That maintains a fully charged arsenal of high octane music leading to a decent impact in the Bay Area and consecutively in the industry in general. 

Here you can listen to Shift, spotting the 3rd spot in our weekly list. 

4- Amber T- No Company 

Coming with her sophomore single called No Company, Amber T is a 16 years of age, singer and songwriter, with a vocal timbre pretty much similar to Sabrina Carpenter, in collaboration with Producers Jamie Brown and Conor Mangan over at JBJ Studios and mastered by the legendary Robin Schmidt who already worked with the likes of The 1975, James Arthur, Sam Fender, and many more. 

Amber started performing at the age of 8 at the local Open Mics and writing songs when she was 13. Some of these songs were released earlier this year which caused a massive buzz hype with the taste-makers like BBC Introducing South. Amber successively released a Tick Tock collaboration with UK Asian legendary producer Dr. Zeus resulting in millions of views. 

With more than 200 shows to her baggage, a headline show for Teenage Cancer Trust, and during the lock-down a live stream performance for Live Nation there is no doubt Amber belongs here on our list at number 4.

5- Hail – A Stain In Time 

Hailing from Southampton, UK, Hail is a singer and songwriter who draws influence from Iconic bands including the likes of Evanescence, Paramore, and The Pretty Reckless

Her latest release called ‘A Stain in Time‘ has already been featured by BBC Radio Solent. The song was put to record at River Studios, Southampton while working alongside producer Matt Parisi.

The cut in contention is expected to be included on Hayley’s next EP, which is pretty cool and closes this playlist with the golden key.

Be sure to stay tuned and up to date, see you next time.

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