Universal Artists To Watch (April 2021)

We are proud to partner with Universal Music and present a collection of rising artists in our Universal Artists to Watch series. For April, we are excited to introduce you to five incredible songs by five talented artists that you’ll want to have on your radar.

Our first artist is Zhu who has just released his new single “Sky is Crying” featuring Yuna. “Sky is Crying” is an electronic pop song that features infectious vocal harmonies over driving rhythms and decorative production. Zhu released a music video for the single that provides commentary on current social and economic issues that is definitely worth a watch.
Next up is Grace Aimi with her new single “True Feelings”, a soulful track featuring jazzy electric guitar instrumentation that perfectly accentuates the singer’s relaxed, smooth vocals. Her tone is warm and inviting as she pensively depicts the troubles of love singing “at the end of the day I’m lonely”.


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The next artist is Toosii with his sultry single “Back Together”, a thoughtfully produced hip-hop and R&B track that features creative effects and a slow, steady beat. Declared by Billboard as one of their 15 Hip-Hop & R&B Artist to Watch in 2021, Toosii’s “Back Together” continues the musician’s upward momentum showcasing his striking lyrics and style.


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“See You In Tears” is Amber Van Day’s latest release, an upbeat pop anthem that features Ilira and a whole lot of infectiously empowering attitude. With heavy bass and a rhythm that matches the creative and dynamic vocals, “See You In Tears” is a song that requests that you play it at full volume with the windows rolled down.


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The final artist this month is H3000 with the song “July Heat”, a pop song that features heavy electronic and synth sounds. “July Heat” boasts an engaging soundscape that paints a picture with the poetic lyrics “This ain’t no TV show, go color it in”. The latest project from Luke Steele and Jarrad Rogers, H3000 strikes a futuristic tone while tackling timeless subject matter.
This month’s Universal Artists to Watch includes five songs that will be right at home on your spring playlist. Check out these songs and artists below and be sure to check in every month for our new edition of Universal Artists to Watch!

Written by Katrina Charles

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