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Cheri Yielle Releases Emotional New Visual Titled “In The Sky/Off The Rim”

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Haitian-American singer and songwriter Chéri Yielle is exactly what the music business is missing. With a unique voice, melodic riffs, and deep creativity, she is right on track to have the biggest year of her career. Returning to the public eye with an emotionally charged video and short film titled “In The Sky/Off The Rim”, Chéri Yielle proves that her musical gifts are far beyond a microphone. This release could not have come at a better time, as it is the perfect follow up to her Surrender EP in which this song appears on.
Her desire to share her raw emotions in a visually pleasing way is one of many things that makes this release the most impressive to date. Hailing from Long Island, New York, Chéri’s musical passion is reminiscent of her suburban upbringing and vast love for the R&B and Pop genre. Being heavily influenced by Sade, Alicia Keys, and Lauryn Hill, her contemporary R&B and pop sound is an infusion of some of the most distinct voices in music. With this new release, it becomes clear that the New York native is honing in on her craft in order to provide a healing voice to music lovers worldwide.
In the beginning of the “In The Sky/Off The Rim” video, you will see this songbird boo’d up with her on camera love interest, as she enters the deepest part of her mind. Shots of her performing at a lounge in an angelic white dress, candidly weave in out of love scenes as Chéri’s vocals create harmonious bliss. Around the 3:40 mark, the love seems to turn sour, forcing this artist to channel the darker side of love and creativity.
You will see her crying in the arms of her loved one, struggling to convey where her tears of trauma are spawning from. No matter what he does, Chéri’s pain is too much for either of them to bear, taking a toll on their relationship as companions. Her raw emotions stem from the loss of her father in 2014, followed by her mother’s bout with breast cancer, which fueled the creation of her Surrender EP. This creative process happened simultaneously while the real-life story played out on the stage of college classrooms. The Long Island native’s ability to create a visual that allows onlookers to dive deeper into her mental and pain, is the reason why this release is her most eye opening offering to date.
Press play below to stream Chéri Yielle‘s emotionally charged new visual “In The Sky/Off The Rim” video. As she is one of New York’s hidden musical gems, be sure to join her on her musical journey by visiting her official website here.

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Jordan Webb – Two Peace (EP)

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Introducing Jordan Webb. A fast-rising recording artist out of Nashville, Tennessee with an intriguing flow, interesting style and exciting new music about to change the game in 2021. Today, he delivers a quick tape in the newly released EP, titled, Two Peace.

A quick two-song collection, the 25-year-old entices his new audience with music about two opposite perspectives most of us move through when dealing with heartbreak. The project is filled with crafty smooth heartbreak and futuristic imagery. You can hear the hunger in his music from beginning to end. “I’ve been doing music for about 11 years but I treat every song like it’s the first one I’ve ever written and the last one I’ll ever write,” he says.

Two Peace is lead by Webb’s standout single, “Sore Loser.” Webb expressed, “Sore Loser is a particularly special song to me. When I wrote it, I was fresh off the cuff of a terrible situationship and had this idea of making a sad n*gga anthem for anyone who’s felt similar after dealing with someone who ends up wasting your time.”

The new EP is the perfect origin point for any newly discovered fan, it’s a project that will connect with you instantly as we all have dealt with our fair share of love lost. For Webb, it’s a real personal effort for the new artist.

“Two Peace is a really intimate project,” he assures. “Sore Loser was the first song I recorded when I moved to LA, while Care For Me was one of the last collaborative songs I made before moving from Nashville, TN a couple years ago. Both songs have super different tones but tackle the same subject matter at different time periods in my life. I think this growth of emotion and the juxtaposition between the songs is what really drew me to keeping this a two-song project.”

The EP is available everywhere via Jordan Webb’s own imprint. Stream it here.

https://open.spotify.com/artist/4OxllqZ9ZBTS6ppofkdsIC?si=6Hpv1pJiSWeHmx_tYqbuBw

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Nai – May 3rd (The Remixes) EP

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Nai is an ascending R&B singer with tremendous talent, exciting music and anticipation to be the next big thing in R&B. Today, she continues her ascent with the release of her new EP, titled, May 3rd (The Remixes). The new release is arguably the origin of a lot of great music to come from the new artist in 2021.

Available on Hardcover Records LLC, the six-song reimagined work includes standout singles, like “Alive,” “Don’t Make Me” and “Make You Mine” featuring Timmy. And with the remixes, Nai displays superior vocal range and abilities. She has complete control and an ear that is well in tune with what fans want from their music as we head into the future. May 3rd (The Remixes) is a portal to further exploring the rising star’s complete catalog. Discover Nai and her magnetic new sound, today.

Stream the entire EP below and follow Nai on Instagram.

https://open.spotify.com/album/5M6qvQgQglqUSItAeGgMud?si=boJSEEpXSniTH8Qhy14uvw

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