Emerging as a force to be reckoned with in the R&B genre, singer-songwriter HeIsTheArtist unveils a soul-stirring cover of Whitney Houston’s timeless hit, “I Believe in You and Me.” This captivating rendition is part of his highly anticipated EP, “Dreaming in Emerald City,” which takes inspiration from the iconic films “The Wizard of Oz” and “West Side Story.”


“Dreaming in Emerald City” is a masterful blend of Broadway-style vocals and contemporary Neo-Soul elements, showcasing HeIsTheArtist’s artistic versatility. The EP opens with a heartfelt tribute to Judy Garland’s “I’m Always Chasing Rainbows,” immersing listeners in the enchanting world of “The Wizard of Oz.” The following track, “Mi Amor,” an original composition by HeIsTheArtist, sets the stage for empathy and understanding, echoing the EP’s underlying theme of longing for a different reality.

Continuing to explore the depths of love and self-acceptance, HeIsTheArtist delivers two captivating covers. “Lovin’ You,” originally performed by Minnie Riperton, reminds us to find love right where we are, even amidst challenges and outside opinions. Meanwhile, the rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Believe in You and Me” emphasizes the power of love in overcoming obstacles and societal expectations.

The EP concludes with two empowering tracks: a soulful interpretation of Rihanna’s “Diamonds” and a compelling cover of India.Arie’s “Brown Skin.” These songs celebrate the beauty of self-love, disregarding society’s narrow definition of what constitutes the “ideal” image.

Marking a significant milestone in HeIsTheArtist’s career, “Dreaming in Emerald City” is set to make its debut on July 28th, coinciding with the Islamic holiday Ashura. This auspicious date commemorates Moses parting the Red Sea and symbolizes the journey of returning “Home,” mirroring the EP’s overarching theme of finding solace and belonging.

Prepare to be transported into a world of musical enchantment as HeIsTheArtist’s EP, “Dreaming in Emerald City,” delivers a tapestry of emotions, melodies, and powerful narratives that resonate with listeners on a profound level.


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Pete Price, the talented singer-songwriter, has recently released his highly anticipated single and its captivating music video, both titled “Common Ground.” This timely release arrives amidst a critical juncture in American history, marked by an unprecedented level of political division.

Pete Price

Through the heartfelt lyrics of “Common Ground,” Pete Price delivers a powerful message of unity and solidarity, urging Americans to transcend the boundaries of partisanship and strive towards a shared middle ground that can mend the nation’s fractures. Drawing inspiration from the tragic events of the Kent State Massacre in 1970 and the brief unity that emerged after the aftermath of 9/11, the song serves as a reminder of the strength that lies within coming together.

In discussing the significance of the song, Pete Price emphasizes the pressing need to find common ground in our day-to-day lives and rebuild the lines of communication that have faltered. He firmly believes that politics should not define us as individuals and emphasizes the importance of respecting diverse beliefs and opinions.

Directed by Price himself, the music video for “Common Ground” showcases a diverse cast of individuals united in a peaceful demonstration, compelling listeners to cast aside their differences and actively seek collaborative solutions.

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Introducing the captivating sounds of Eva No, an artist and songwriter who has recently unveiled her latest studio single, “Bring Me Flowers.” This romantic and invigorating track boasts a truly distinctive sound, drawing influences from an array of genres such as pop, Latin music, fusion, and jazz. The sonic tapestry presented in “Bring Me Flowers” is nothing short of impressive, with organic and nuanced instrumentation that creates a warm and dynamic musical experience.

Eva No

Fans of Lady Gaga, Fleetwood Mac, Coldplay, The Beatles, Madonna, and ABBA are highly encouraged to explore Eva No’s music. Like these renowned artists, Eva No aims to connect with listeners through stunning melodies and deeply relatable lyrics that effortlessly resonate with emotions.


Keep an eye out for the release of “Bring Me Flowers” on all major streaming platforms in May, as Eva No continues to captivate audiences with her evocative musical offerings. Learn more about Eva No and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of her music.


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Introducing The Ruby Tears, a dynamic band that emerged during the lockdown as a purely online writing partnership, defying the barriers of physical distance. Drawing inspiration from the late ’60s, ’70s glam and rock, New Wave, and ’80s Post Punk, their music showcases a fusion of influences that can be heard in each and every song they create.

The Ruby Tears

The band consists of John Goodfellow on guitar and vocals, Jimmy Sangster on bass, and Jeff Skellon on lead and rhythm guitars. Despite not meeting in person for the first year of their collaboration, the magic of their musical connection was undeniable. After recording three songs, they realized the potential of their project, thanks to the encouragement of longtime friend Janice Long.

Although health issues and the depFarture of their drummer temporarily interrupted their gigging journey, The Ruby Tears remain determined to continue creating music. Their live performance at the iconic Dublin Castle in Camden was a standout moment, marking their London debut and leaving a lasting impression.

Their latest single, “Bring Me Flowers,” showcases their ability to infuse various styles, resulting in a captivating and evocative sound. Stay tuned for more electrifying music from The Ruby Tears as they transform their lockdown project into a vibrant band that radiates energy on stage.

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