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Mexico-based electronica artist AAOM drops sizzling organic single Mercy (feat. Cari J)

Overloading our triggered tongues with a lip-nibbling phenomenon to dance with all night as the sun sets, AAOM shows us into a moody underground club that shall find your heart beating with ultimate satisfaction on Mercy (feat. Cari J).

AAOM is a Sinaloa, Mexico-based electronica music producer and filmmaker who fuses in breakbeat and Latin house that might cause you to check your pulse twice.

Following on from the 5-track EP named Baranora from earlier on in 2022, AAOM is incredibly dynamic form here and joins forces with the elegantly classy Cari J to fuse our ears into a whole-new galaxy of utter intrigue. Booming with quality intent and loaded swiftly with head-nodding vibration, to shock our bodies back into a much better place entirely.

Mercy (feat. Cari J) from Sinaloa, Mexico-based electronica music producer AAOM is one of the most ear-catching songs you might stumble on today. With distorted elements, catchy vocals, and a pulsating production that is sure to lift you off your seat, this is a release to cherish for its wonderful authenticity and barraging beats.

Hear this top-notch single on Spotify and see more on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

LA-based Reggae artist Dezvelkito can’t unsee what has happened on ‘U Make Me Wanna Cry’

As his blushing heart races after a trauma-filled moment that has his mind in a spin, Dezvelkito feels like his lover has made him feel like a total fool and has been so cold lately when there should just be warmth on, ‘U Make Me Wanna Cry‘.

Uscla Johnny Desarmes aka Dezvelkito is a Los Angeles, California-based filmmaker, health guru and indie Reggae solo singer-songwriter.

Taking us for an entertaining and ultimately romantically-torn ride that sends you into a state of contemplation, Dezvelkito is in a dreamy mood that takes you into a vital moment – that has you wondering why the love has faded – when it should be lasting all night long as your lips were once so close.

U Make Me Wanna Cry‘ from Los Angeles, California-based indie Reggae solo singer-songwriter Dezvelkito is an is-this-the-end moment that can make or break a relationship. He sings with such a passionate vigour that takes your mind into another place when you felt the frigid atmosphere that can take your love down into the depths of despair. This is a song that will take you into a picture that so many have drawn before, as you feel that it’s time to pack up the paint and move on to somewhere else that will make you happy again.

Join in the energy on Spotify and see more vibes via IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

They are missing out: Jennifer Msumba blossoms beautifully on indie-pop single ‘Wrong Kind of Pretty’

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With a sad story about caring for someone that doesn’t feel the same, the inspirational Jennifer Msumba is back with her latest single called ‘Wrong Kind of Pretty‘.

Wauchula, Florida-based autistic indie-pop singer-songwriter, award winning filmmaker and thriving YouTuber Jennifer Msumba, is that special kind of soul who makes music to shed light on the autism spectrum, and to show that you can have a successful life doing what you love. She makes that blend of music that brings joy to your heart, with stories about following your dreams, having fun and love.

“Music has always been where I go to express myself when I couldn’t any other way. I think we all are connected through our emotions even if our experiences are very different. I hope my music finds its way to those who need it.” – Jennifer Msumba

Her voice is so pure and glows in your speakers as her sunflower attitude blossoms free, her confidence soaring all the time and she sings with such freedom and love.

Wrong Kind of Pretty‘ from the incredible talent of Jennifer Msumba, is that heartbreaking story that so many of us will relate to. You have strong feelings for a person you think so much of, but sadly they keep on looking at someone else to leave you feeling down.

Sometimes you think it will work out and you are so sure of it, you would bet your house on this happening. The only way to face this moment, is to move on and find someone that looks at you with that goofy smile, the same one that you look at them with.

Stream this sweet song on Bandcamp and see more on her inspiring IG channel.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen