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Olivia Somerlyn’s “Parachute,” Premieres on Billboard!

Olivia Somerlyn’s stunning new video for “Parachute,” co-written by Nick Jonas, has just premiered exclusively on! Of the super-catchy single, Billboard says ” [it] is smooth and dance-friendly, with the kind of kick-drum and piano that fits well next to uptempo hits from Duke Dumont and Gorgon City.” Watch the brand new video first HERE. 

“Be Alright,” Music Video Premiere on This is RnB

Back to back premieres for Toronto-based newcomer Kiki Rowe! Today, the music video for Kiki’s single “Be Alright,” premieres exclusively on This is RnB, who call her “a brand new name to add to the list of Canada’s rising stars.”  Look for Kiki’s mini-album, which features tracks produced by DJ Mustard and Ivan Barias on October 28th, and see the brand new video HERE. 


Kiki Rowe Remix on Life + Times

Kiki Rowe’s latest single, a remix of “Be Alright,” by DJ Phresh, has just premiered on Jay Z’s Life + Times! They’re touting her as the next big thing to come out of Toronto after Justin Bieber and Drake, so listen first HERE! 

Mandy Jiroux FHM Premiere

FHM has named Mandy Jiroux their “new favorite sexy pop star.” Check out the premiere for her video “Tonight,” HERE – it’s one big party.

Marie Miller Featured in The Huffington Post














“Tired of Taylor Swift? Marie Miller is exactly what you need.”

If you’re on the hunt for new music, The Huffington Post thinks you should give newcomer Marie Miller’s catchy country-pop a listen. Read the article and watch the video for her single 6’2″ here!

Go N’Syde Featured on Billboard, MTV

Have you had a chance to try Go N’Syde’s Butterfly and 40/40 flavors? Each drink features an innovative scan code that you can access with your smartphone device and open worlds of new content from global superstar Mariah Carey and the legendary 40/40 clubs. The beverages feature a completely unique augmented reality platform, and will allow you to see your favorite stars like you’ve never seen them before. Pick up Butterfly and 40/40 at your local Walgreens or Duane Reade, and read about them on MTV and Billboard.