WHAT’S NEXT – HOT UP AND COMING ARTISTS ON YOUR NEW NOW ALBUM

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Camino

"Burning Fire"

Inspired by notable Mississippians such as Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Elvis Presley, and Rick Ross, Camino pours that history, that pain, that joy, and so much more in his skyscraping soulful pop. The singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist introduces this sound on his 2020 debut, "Burning Fire". A steeple-size chorus gives way to a propulsive beat and resounding keys. Camino’s voice stretches from confessional verses into a call-and-response with a full choir.

Peach PRC

"Josh"

Peach PRC takes the things you only say on text to close friends (or exes) and turns them into pop that shimmers as much as it singes. The Australian singer and songwriter packs an often unbelievable journey from writing and recording in her bedroom to social media phenomenon into smart, slick, and sweet songs with a bold bite. Equally funny and sensitive, she holds nothing back when it comes to life’s ups and downs, mental health, and everything in between.

TRI.BE

"DOOM DOOM TA"

The first-of-its-kind quadrilingual group, TRI.BE consists of seven members—SONGSUN, JINHA, HYUNBIN, SOEUN, KELLY, JIA and MIRE — who speak and sing in English, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. One of the most famous K-POP producers in the world, S.Tiger (BEAST, IU, 4Minute, MOMOLAND, EXID, T-ARA, Apink, HyunA), notably championed TRI.BE and produced their first two singles "DOOM DOOM TA" and "Loca." The lead single “DOOM DOOM TA” mashes up future house, Afrobeat, and Moombahton with a universal groove and unshakable chorus rooted in a spirit of self-empowerment and confidence.

Leyla Blue

"What A Shame"

20-year-old singer-songwriter and NYC native Leyla Blue spent her adolescence composing music every day in her bedroom before becoming a professional songwriter at 16. Her debut EP, Songs For Boys Who Didn’t Text Me Back, features the smash viral hit "What A Shame." The soul-drenched single has amassed over 200,000 TikTok videos created using the original track, and over 15 million global streams after it landed on more than 15 Spotify viral charts, including the influential Spotify Pop Rising.

Mimi Webb

"Reasons"


Mimi Webb continues to bless the world with her powerful vocals and girl-next-door personality. The 20-year-old UK-bred singer-songwriter has had dreams of being a performer since she was a little girl, always jumping on the mic and performing for friends and family any opportunity she could. Inspired by the likes of Amy Winehouse, Adele and Sam Smith, Mimi was motivated to take piano lessons and even taught herself guitar so she could hold her own on stage just like the greats.

From enrolling in the school chorus at age 12, to attending the renowned Brighton Music College, she now turns her dreams into a reality as she signs with Epic Records and takes her artistry to the next level.

Most recently, Mimi unleashed her highly-anticipated new single titled “Reasons” and posted a heartwarming video on TikTok of her dad’s reaction to the record being played on the radio that amassed over 4 million views. The song now has over 4.5 million streams, and 450K YouTube views on the music video. Last year, her buzzing anthem “Before I Go” (17 million streams, 670K views) caught fire on Tik Tok when platform superstar Charli D’Amelio utilized it in not one, but two videos (here and here). This was unheard of and entirely unprecedented for a new artist. The track ultimately reached the famous creator’s 109M million followers, generating a total of over 92million views.

Right now, she’s preparing her debut EP set to arrive later this year. Get ready to fall in love with Mimi Webb.

Tone Stith

"Devotion"

Jersey-born R&B singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist (drums, guitar & piano) Tone Stith released his debut project Can We Talk in 2017, which garnered attention and rave reviews from the likes of Complex, Billboard, HipHopDX among others, and eventually led to his signing with RCA Records. Stith’s follow up EP Good Company included features from Swae Lee and Quavo on the title track and production from Stith, Bongo ByTheWay (Ty Dolla $ign, 50 Cent), The Audibles (Justin Bieber, Chris Brown), Marcos “Kosine” Palacios (Ella Mai, Christina Aguilera) and THE PRBLM SLVRS. Tone also opened for H.E.R. in 2018 on her I Used To Know Her Tour and more recently released the singles “Devotion” and “FWM” along with a live version of each. Both tracks will be on his new forthcoming project coming soon.

Twin XL

"Slow Heart"

The hypnotic hybrid of Los Angeles-based alt-pop band TWIN XL had its breakout in 2019 with the release of their critically acclaimed debut EP ‘How To Talk To Strangers’ featuring the catchy hit single "Good,” which charted at alternative radio and spent numerous weeks on Billboard's Top Alternative Songs Chart. Described by NYLON as "very, very good," and by MTV News as "a Certified Bop™," the single peaked at #1 on Spotify's top alternative music playlist The New Alt and was featured on Out Now. Along the way, the band has toured alongside the likes of Fitz and the Tantrums, lovelytheband, The Maine, The Mowgli's, Jukebox The Ghost, and I Don't Know How But They Found Me and scored high-profile syncs on FOX's The Resident, Hulu's Light As A Feather, and with brands like Taco Bell, Hollister, and more.