Continuing with the plethora of content from last year, YUNGBLUD treats us all to third collab with rap-turned-pop punk legend Machine Gun Kelly, finally giving us the video that we all have waited so long for
Mirroring the same vibe as previous video collab I Think I’m OKAY, but with a major apocalyptic twist – zombies are about.
The boys are both reaching the end of a long, heavy night of partying when suddenly zombies strike! But they don’t care, continuing to party and play for the dead, similarly to how they did in the last video, where they performed on a raise platform to adoring fans with their arms in in the air. This time, the “fans” arms are in the air for a different reason – they want their blood!
This video is a quintessential YUNGBLUD and MGK collaboration, with eccentric outfits and makeup, attitude and huge energy. The only thing missing is the two of them being able to be together…perhaps we can hope that by time they come round to filming something for their third..
Singer songwriter and activist Anita Gabrielle has experienced her fair share of struggles and obstacles during her music career; from being a woman, being gay, and now being a little bit older in the industry, she finds her opportunities to be limited – but this does not stop her from powering through!
The latest EP – Just Neat – was inspired by her brother who is suffering with Parkinson’s Disease, released with the aim to raise money and awareness for the assistance of others living with the condition.
With her brother being the inspiration behind her picking up a guitar and writing music in the late 60’s, this was a beautiful ode to their relationship.
Gabrielle even recruited the help of Grammy Award Winning Amy Wadge (best known for songwriting collaborations with Ed Sheeran), who plays pianos and sings on the EP.
Give to the Just Giving Page here
The EP has a brilliantly soft relatability about it, touching on topics that pretty much everyone around the globe must be fee..
New York born and raised Greer Baxter is one to watch, already claiming 2021 as her year with new single Sleeping on the Couch. Written and produced by Baxter herself, the new single tells us the story of arguing with the one you love, and as the title suggests, sleeping on the couch as a result. It’s about not letting the fight get between you, and making amends after what is usually a petty spat.
“I wrote this song about suddenly being at odds with the person you love and trying to make sense of it. We’ve all had a night sleeping on the couch and we wake up in the morning thinking: why would we let a fight keep us apart for the night? It’s about wanting to resolve it before falling asleep and wondering if the other person feels the same.”
The single follows Greer’s 2019 EP Bleed, and is quite a brilliant sequel for old fans to listen to, whilst also an impressive introduction to her talents for new ones. An avid musician from a young age, Greer has developed her skills..