Jocelyn Alice – I Know [TMN Video Premiere]

Today we’re honored to present to you the premiere of a very special music video from Jocelyn Alice. This Calgary creative went all out with her new single “I Know” that is aimed at being an anthem for empowering women everywhere.

As many women have been increasingly doing in the changing cultural landscape, Jocelyn Alice takes a stand with this new song and looks to inspire and continue more change. This artistic pillar is not only powerful in that regard, but it’s just a great song that you can enjoy anytime. With the video we get to see Jocelyn firsthand with her female-centric group of friends living it up. It’s just the visual you need to get inspired to strengthen your communal sensibilities and live positively with others, no matter your gender. Click play, enjoy and check back online tomorrow when the song drops on digital formats!

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Saint Slumber – NEED [TMN Video Premiere]

Today we’ve enlisted the help of Saint Slumber to get over this week’s hump. The East coast indie rock band has come through the dojo with the music video for their single “NEED” off their EP YOUTH//1. We’re honored to premiere the video to you now!

“NEED” in song form is a strong alternative creation full of life and color. The music video may be lacking color, but that’s not necessary for a dope music video. Saint Slumber executed a simple idea – bringing together people for an intimate kickback performance – and did what they needed to do for an engaging project. Upon viewing you’re going to wish that you were right smack dab in the middle of the video.

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[Music Video] Day Fly – Do You Need Me

It’s been over two years since we’ve heard something come from the Day Fly boys. Their hiatus has finally come to a close with the release of their single “Do You Need Me” alongside its music video. If that wasn’t enough for you to be excited, then we’ll have you know that an album called Love and the Lack Therof is coming this year too.

For now, let’s focus in on “Do You Need Me.” This soulful pop meets R&B gem is just what fans needed to get right back in the swing of Day Fly. It’s an emotionally complex record that is both fun and dark at the same time. With the visual, it’s much the same, playing out the song in an alluring way. Watch the video below and make sure to grab a copy of the single on digital platforms!

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Zach Zoya Provides Dope Visuals for “Superficial”


To follow up his release of “Superficial” earlier in 2017, Montreal-based hip-hop/RnB artist Zach Zoya has released the music video accompanying the track. Premiering on Exclaim! on December 6th, Zoya has put forth a video that serves was the perfect partner for the nighttime-tailored track, putting together some dope evening vibes to boot.

To promote the release, Zoya recently performed a handful of shows across Quebec, including stops in Quebec City and Montreal. Zoya’s live performances are known to be ones of high energy and great vibes, leaving fans with a memorable concert experience.

With all this buzz surrounding Zach Zoya, it should come as no surprise that he’s signed to one of Quebec’s premier record labels in 7ième Ciel. Over the years, 7ième Ciel has helped promote and establish many Quebec artists, including Dramatik, Koriass, and more.

Check out Zoya’s music video, you can thank us later.

This kid’s doing great things, so be sure to follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. That way, you won’t miss out next time he stops by your city!

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[Singer/Songwriter Pop] Quinton Cochran – In Your Eyes

Earlier this year, I discovered talented young popster Quinton Cochran. At only 18 years old, his vocal talents and song-writing finesse will be sure to put him in line to be then next big teen pop star hailing from Canada. Anyone who loves romantic singer-songwriter pop will definitely appreciate this find!

Follow Quinton’s journey on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!

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[Music Video] Rob $tone Drops Two Videos Back To Back

San Diego’s own Rob $tone is finishing the year with a major push of releases. He closed out November with a music video and since then he’s dropped two more. We’ve got those two for you today for his tracks “Lately I’ve Been Feeling Myself” and “Sender.”

We’ll start with the newest project, being the minimal “Lately I’ve Been Feeling Myself.” The song itself is a great rap tune and in keeping the idea simple and focused for the visual, Rob pulled off a superb close to the year with this one. Prior to its release we got “Sender” whose music video is more lively and engaging, bringing a totally different style to the table. Together these will serve you well tonight!

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[Music Video] Sean Turk ft. Jessame – Lemonade

Aurally sip on some “Lemonade” straight from Sean Turk‘s studio. Not only do we have the collaborative single with Jessame to share with you, but Sean went ahead and launched this release with a stylish music video.

With “Lemonade” we get Sean’s signature Bedroom Bass style blended with hip-hop for a radio-accessible original. The crossover sound is something you’d expect to hear in the Summer time, but don’t be surprised if you hear this one still being jammed. In regards to the video, it’s a simple concept that is shot and executed well. Together the audiovisual project is a nice treat that will help get you through the week with a smile on your face. “Lemonade” is available on digital platforms today.

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