These days music videos seem more a requirement than an artistic investment. So few churn out visuals that demand the attention of the masses; an ironic shame given the visual age we’re in.
Imagine our surprise, then, when we stumbled upon this epic gem from British newcomer A*M*E.
Aged just 17, the pint-sized singer razzles and dazzles in the video for her infectious debut single ‘Play The Game Boy’ (due November 5th via Future/ Universal Music).
The clip packs gloss aplenty, yet it’s A*M*E herself that shines most. Indeed, between the choreography, weave flicks, and intricate isms, it’s clear the Londoner possesses a confidence and stage presence well beyond her years. What’s more she co-wrote the song too.
She has excited, does she have the same effect on you?
Lyrica Anderson comes baring gifts today, releasing the hotly anticipated ‘King Me’ online minutes ago.
Featuring the budding R&B hit ‘I Might Like It‘ and the infectious ‘Surrender’, we’d say the release is a ‘Must Listen’, telling of the talent Timbaland is hoping will dominate the charts in the near future.
The talented Londoner is drumming up quite the buzz with his debut single ‘Recipe For Love’; unsurprising as his artistic skill-set is a recipe for success.
A singer-songwriter by nature, Gold’s brand of Soul-fused-Pop (not to mention his pin-up appeal and unique tone) renders him a compelling chart prospect for an industry so thirsty for something and someone “different”.
It’s this unique proposition of his which caught the attention of R&B pioneer Keith Sweat, who enlisted the budding star to open for his Indig02 show recently.
Hence, in moulding his buzz and experience into a meatier product, Gold has teamed up with a cast of writers and producers, who’ve crafted hits for the likes of Emeli Sande, Alexandra Burke, Duffy, and JLS.
Here at That Grape Juice, we’re not just keen to spotlight new talent…but also to follow them on their journey.
Hence this edition of Freshly Squeezed features three faces we’ve introduced you to already – R&B powerhouse Luke James, sultry songstress Cleo Sol, and UK pin-up Angel.
As he puts the finishing touches to his hotly anticipated debut album, James keeps his buzz a’buzzing with the steamy video for ‘Mo’ Better Blues’ (a cut from his “pre-album” ‘#Luke’). Meanwhile, Cleo Sol glams it up in the visual for her summer sizzler ‘Never The Right Time’, as label-mate Angel debuts the video for ‘Wonderful’ – the lead single from his eagerly awaited LP.