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  1. Pops underdog Julia Michaels returns with her new song Sorry To Me Too. Julia is known for writing very emotional breakup songs Lose You to Love Me (Selena Gomez), Used to Love You (Gwen Stefani), Just Like Me (Britney Spears) which Sorry To Me Too follows suit over a dance beat. Seems like her and her former boyfriend JP Saxe (known for their song If The World Was Ending) have called it quits and she calls him out in a few lines in the song, "how I helped made your money" and "how now that I cant help, you don't want me". These lyrics and tone are much different from her last album Not In Chronological Order which had her writing about being in love and in a healthy relationship (justice for Lie Like This). Give Sorry To Me Too a listen and thoughts on it?
  2. Over the weekend I embarked on a little research journey about uncredited singers mostly on electronic tracks. There is a variety of reasons of why that happens. During my research on this topic, I came across a claim that caught my attention : Much of the mainstream pop music is the same artist, that is, Max Martin. He and/or the label use different singers on his tracks as a marketing tool. That way people are under the impression to be listening to different artists. Exhale… what do you think?
  3. So I just released a gay anthem called Dirty Secret which is about gay guys having s** with straight guys lol. It's a fun electronic pop song (imagine chromatica but darker), it's fun, catchy and the lyrics and vocals are great. I have no idea how BH works so here's the youtube and spotify link, hope you guys enjoy :D https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8z6V_RKmdI&lc=UgzL5hSLszOhw3g56Ah4AaABAg&ab_channel=BorisJelic
  4. Thanks to ya'll, I've really gotten into Tinashe, particularly her older stuff. The weird, spiritual, R&B music style. This lead me to get into artists like Kelela, Solange, FK Twigs, SZA. Dark pop like Purity Ring, SVRCINA. Do any of you have suggestions for artists or bands similar to these? I'm hungry for more! I'm especially in love Tinashes old stuff. Let me know what you can hit me with!
  5. The Chromatica era is largely considered a fan favorite album - and a critical darling. But is the era over?? Stupid Love had some success, Rain On Me went #1, and 911 is not getting any promo. Is it even a single? Also, Gaga is not doing any music promo. In the midst of a very heated US election year, she is really focusing on her Haus Labs makeup line. What is going on in Gaga land????
  6. Hey everyone I have a few questions, and a few ideas to share. I’m an independent artist, singer/songwriter, composer and producer. I’ve been working on music steadily since 2012, and I’ve been working under the name Thomkat for about 3 years now, though I’ve never toured with my music or released anything officially, beyond a few uploads on SoundCloud. That being said, in this day and age being an independent artist is exciting, and we have opportunities and resources now that were never available to us in the past. My journey with music has been incredible and I’m finally coming to a place where I’m ready to share what I’ve created with the world, so right now I’m working with a third-party publisher and distributer and I’ll be releasing a full-length project onto all streaming platforms sometime in the first quarter of 2021. Something I’ve also thought about recently, is treating Exhale as a platform for sharing music and videos, and also experimenting a bit with different aspects of fan interaction and content creation. For example, something that I think could be really cool is collaborating with users/fans, and creating music in real-time, together. You give me an idea, you come up with a theme, you tell me what you want to hear, and I make it happen, and it’s just for us, BY us. Perhaps even offering to produce commissioned work, in the same way a person can commission a painting or a portrait, I’m imagining an interactive music experience where the artist and the fan are creating music together. Of course artists are inspired by their fans all the time, but this takes it a step further. Now I realize that none of you have heard my music, and I don’t necessarily have “fans” on Exhale, but what I’d like to do moving forward, is to share exclusive content here on Exhale, let you guys into my world, and see what happens. I think it could be a ton of fun to open that door for artists here on Exhale, have our own cute little album-rollouts and promo, countdowns and video premieres, and lots of amazing exclusive content and music that we can all enjoy together. Let me know what you guys think and if this interests any of you! 💜
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