• Deion Gill

    “Good things come to those who never wait.” It’s a simple quote, but it’s enough to push nineteen year old Deion Gill above and beyond when it comes to making music. His latest single Show Me is gaining more and more recognition every day. For Deion, the feeling of being back in the game is incredible. “After being quiet for so long,” he says, “it’s amazing to see how many people still support me and what I’m doing.” Show Me is co-written with one of his best friends and Warner Bros artist, Major Myjah, and produced by Playgroundz. “We both came up with some great ideas that stuck perfectly, so

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  • Dylan Owen

    Originally from Orange County, NY, Dylan Owen is in the midst of making an unforgettable mark in music. His latest EP There’s More To Life, is an 8-song anthem dedicated to the revelation of what it’s like to face the brink of adulthood. Dylan’s latest EP has been in the works for the past three years. “It’s my child,” Dylan says, “I tried to dig into who I am.” Dylan mentions how amazing it has been to finally share the EP with everyone, “To uplift or inspire anyone would be incredible,” he comments. The name of the EP actually came from the title song There’s More To Life. “(It) ended

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  • Alessia Cara

    She’s already been shouted out by celebs like Taylor Swift, Tove Lo and Shawn Mendes — now, 19 year old Alessia Cara is finding herself busier than ever promoting her upcoming album Know It All. As we speak, Alessia Cara is doing a “Here for 30” promo, where she visits different cities throughout the country and performs a sneak peek of her album for 30 minutes. “It’s the first set of shows that people are going to come and buy tickets for, so that’s pretty cool,” she comments. Following her most recent single Here, Alessia plans to release Wild Things, a quintessential anthem for self-acceptance. “It’s almost like a part

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  • Bryce Vine

    At 26, he’s earned a spot on Billboards Top 20 Emerging Artists to Watch, headlined for Big Sean, and has had one of his past works announced as the theme song for the Lebron James’ TV series on Starz. Now — Bryce Vine is ready to take over, once again, with his latest single The Thug Song. His newest release is as satirical as it gets.“I actually wrote the song two years ago with the intention of making fun of myself in a clever and witty way,” Bryce says, “as I went on writing, I realized it was also a commentary on how we view rap culture in our society.”

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  • Peter Kelly

    As a graduate of the Berklee College of Music, and a solo artist currently residing in NYC, Peter Kelly has managed to make quite a name for himself! “I’ve developed an amazing group of people in my corner who support and encourage me in ways I couldn’t imagine.” You may recognize Peter’s music from “Thanks Dad;” a finalist in the Tropfest Film Festival featuring his song Maybe. “It was a very proud moment,” Peter says. His producer, and band member, John Campos also shared in the moment as well as a crowd of 10,000 people. As an independent artist, Peter would love to be picked up by a record label.

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  • Drea Delacruz

    Many people have commented on her voice by saying that she carries the soul of Corrine Bailey Rae and Norah Jones, but as time goes on, Drea Delacruz is beginning to make a name of herself that is sure to stand out above the rest. Born and raised in a music-oriented family, Drea Delacruz couldn’t help but to fall in love with the various sounds and rhythms that music had to offer. “My Mom and Dad used to be in a cover band back in the day,” she says, “my mom sang while my Dad played trumpet.” At five years old, with the soul of a Motown member, Drea found

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  • Nina Nesbitt

    She’s been on tour with artists like Ed Sheeran and Example in Europe, but now, Nina Nesbitt is hitting the US music scene by releasing her debut EP, The Nina Nesbitt EP. “It was nerve-wracking,” she says, referring to her tour with Example, “here’s this big artist and then there’s little 17 year old me.” The crowds in comparison to her talent shows back in high school were a hundred times the size, nerves were a hundred times as high, and her fame –well, you get the picture. At the age of 19, Nina Nesbitt has managed to tour with big-name artists, and travel all over Europe and the United

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  • Mary Sarah

    You might recognize her as a former member of the Kidz Bop team, but since then, Mary Sarah has made a name for herself as an independent artist at the age of 18. “Crazy to think about,” Mary says, “but I have been singing for half [of] my life.” Growing up in Texas, it wasn’t hard for this Southern bell to fall in love with country, but tells Elicit that she originally started out writing pop music. “I watched a lot of Disney,” she comments. As a kid she began performing at the Opry’s in Texas, soon landing a role on the Kidz Bop tour, accrediting the opportunity as the

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