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Singer/songwriter Josh Waters recently released his new single, “Get Away.” Upon first listen, the song brings up emotions that will make you think of prior relationships. By the time the song gets to the hook and chorus, it springs a melodic, uplifting flow to your ears that brings a sense of harmony and satisfaction. The song makes you groove and sing along, after a breakup, with a group of your friends, and leaves you feeling better afterwards. Following the release of his sophomore effort “Honey”, Waters signed with BNDWTH. He and producer WLPWR have created a love song and cinematic clip that gives a theatrical take on how bad a relationship can get. The video tells the story of Waters’ significant other discovering his infidelities and plotting with the other woman to get revenge. After they set him up, they kidnap him, take him to an abandoned field, ignite a a fire, dig a hole, and throw him in. Although the video illustrates the anger and pain of Waters’ lover, the lyrics of the song manifest the feelings of heartbreak from leaving someone you care about and the frustration of constantly repeating the same mistakes in relationships. Although it isn’t shown in the video, “Get Away” is about healing. Listeners can relate to the message of the song by finding strength in letting go and moving on. Waters uses his personal experience with relationships and hopes his music inspires others to break free from bad relationships. With the release of “Indigo” just three days away, Chris Brown unveils yet another single and  collaboration with Justin Bieber. Titled “Don’t Check On Me”, Brown revels in heartbreak throughout the tune’s chorus. Bieber then peels back the layers of escaping a toxic relationship. Fans will enjoy this one. Rapper G-Eazy released a three track EP titled “B Sides” to little fanfare yesterday. The project gives fans an idea of the creative space G-Eazy is in currently. “B Sides” contains three solo tracks and a collaboration with rapper Tyga titled “Bang.” The 30-year-old was recently announced as a headliner at the 2019 Rolling Out Bay Area slated to take place on Sept. 28 at the Oakland Coliseum Grounds in Oakland, CA.

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