For the music enthusiast, songwriter, and frontwoman of the post-punk bandFake Fruit, Hannah “Ham” D’Amato seems to have one enduring question: what is wrong with these people? Her persistent response is: I am surely not here to participate.
Our world is in need of more truth and depth. We get a glimpse of abuse, drug addiction, and prejudice online and then flash, it’s gone, and everyone is on to the next topic. Not for BARKAA, an Australian rapper with an intricate life story to proclaim and a ‘bussin personality, shaped by the strongest of winds.
“Music is a universal language. You don’t have to understand what someone is saying to feel the music or love the music.” - WizKid
WizKid has taken his shining crown in the music industry as the king of what the world calls “Afropop.” Now, it’s almost impossible not to recognize his songs that are played everywhere and they probably even have a spot in your playlist.
Singer, songwriter, and producer, Mac Wetha has marched out of his comfort zone and into a new era of solo work this past year with the creation of his alternative EP “Make It Thru,” released June 10, 2021. The EP staged Wetha’s advanced technicality in production and his creative dream-like undertones to originate the birth of an album drenched in bliss and bewilderment. The solo artist went on tour with Beabadoobee, a London-based indie-alternative artist, in the Fall of 2021.
Frank Vocals, an independent musician from Boston, has answered the people’s request for soul charged, modern R&B music. His tracks are saturated with passionate lyrics, intense storylines and a beat that has you swaying in celebration of love.
She’s bold, she’s carefree and she’s downright talented! Her name is Amala Dlamini, but the world knows her as Doja Cat, the American rapper, singer, dancer, and songwriter who rose to fame in 2018 with her meme-driven novelty song, “Mooo!” In her self-produced music video, she became an internet sensation dressed in a cow print costume singing “Bitch, I’m a cow!” To say the least, She's an artist who creates music by her own rules, and as editor Juliana Pache best puts it, she makes “slappers based on nothing, in particular, created out of sheer spontaneity.”