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Following the release of the singles “Japan” and “Sunbeams”, Jamla Records signee Heather Victoria has just released her highly anticipated album “Boutique Hotel.” The project features special guest appearances by rapper Big K.R.I.T and singer Raheem DeVaughn. The album gives listeners a deeper look at the songstress’ harmonically-rich sound and creative perspective. On her musical journey, the singer showcases her vocal prowess with a laid-back, vintage sound. “Boutique Hotel” was executive produced by Grammy winner 9th Wonder. Heather has sited Mary J. Blige, Anita Baker, Monica, Toni Braxton, and Beyonce as influences. Since bursting on to the scene, she’s collaborated with David Banner, Big K.R.I.T., Mac Miller and Jadakiss among others. She’s one to watch. Having delivered remixes to the well-received singles “Chopstix” and “My Side”, newcomer Prospect Mundo returns with his debut album “Day & Night.” The project is an appetizing sampler for fans who aren’t familiar with his 2018 releases. Prospect broke through with the single “Backing.” Along with the lead, the two-track sampler is sexy and powerful with future pop production, pushing the well-known Toronto sound to a whole new dimension. Prospect Mundo’s “Day & Night” is available via HNTS Club imprint. Grammy nominated singer/songwriter/producer/musician Stokely Williams taps into his sex appeal in the music video for his new single, “She.” The clip opens with a naked Stokely in a dark background, drawing inspiration from De’Angelo’s “Untitled (How Does It Feel)”, before two women join the singer. Without giving viewers too much, the clip transitions to a clothed Stokely as he pours his heart out to surrounding women. Stokely is known to most as the lead singer and drummer for the R&B band Mint Condition. He released his debut album, “Introducing Stokely”, in 2017. No release date has been announced for his forthcoming album. Following the release of his debut album, “Easy”, Detroit-via-Chicago singer Rob Moss prepares for fall with the visual for his  new single, “Playing Games.” Directed by Lion-Heart Creative and Moss himself, the simplistic setting tells a revealing story by the rising star as he comforts his leading lady, speaking through body language. A therapy session among lovers, without saying a word, Moss delivers a deeply metaphoric and understanding conversation that many new-age lovers can relate to in today’s digital dating era. “Playing Games” is now available via all streaming platforms.

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