Music Monday: Tebby, Florian Picasso, Kendoll & VNSSA, Nicky Romero, and Low Steppa

Whether living in the City of Miami or practicing yoga on the beaches of her native Bahama Islands, Miami based singer/songwriter, Tebby keeps her roots planted in the Caribbean and her eyes set on impacting the world with her forthcoming EP executive produced by Grammy Award-winning producers Cool & Dre (Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Fat Joe). Her new single, “Feel Alright,” produced by Cool & Dre with additional production by Logan Dakota, and Dim Crux is already getting rave reviews.

“Feel Alright is an uplifting song about finding the good in all things. It’s a reminder to believe that life is always conspiring in your favor,” explains Tebby, who penned the song during a contemplative moment. “I remember looking out the window feeling mixed emotions about where my life was going and then I had an epiphany to let go and trust the process. Feel Alright is a reminder to stay present, grounded, and trust that everything will work out in the end.” The video was filmed in Nassau, The Bahamas and directed by Kyle Ferguson (Jiggy Productions).

 

Florian Picasso is not slowing down and shortly after releasing “Glitch” last month the young artist is back with another festival anthem “Hikari” (which means “Light” in Japanese and “Daring” in Maori). With the new release, Florian Picasso returns to the roots of his sound from the first single on Nicky Romero’s label “Origami” (2015).

 

Budding house music DJ / producers Kendoll and VNSSA attract attention “off the rip” on their New Noise debut “Anxiety.” With a sly vocal that’s anything but anxious, the duo creates a chunky, bass-heavy house/breakbeat bomb.

Kendoll’s music pushes the boundaries of bassline house with a heavy influence of UK grooves. She started her career off in Seattle, Washington at the age of 17 and took the whole city by storm. After to relocating to LA and graduating from music production school Icon Collective, Kendoll started touring and smashing dance floors nationwide. This year she dropped several releases, including her Rabbit Hole EP on Pyscho Disco! and single “Stop Calling Me” on Night Bass Records’ Freshmen Vol 1 compilation. With recent appearances at Life Is Beautiful festival and FreakNight in Seattle, Kendoll is quickly becoming one to watch.

 

We have 2 brand new remixes from Nicky Romero which just came out. Nicky remix for Jess Glynne’s “Thursday” has been released on Warner/Atlantic along with Romero’s remix he did for Martin Garrix & Mike Yung’s “Dreamer” (this one came out on Sony/STMPD RCRDS). The feel-good dance favorite can be heard below.

 

After another massive year in the UK and Europe that included the release of his latest smash “Heard It All Before,” a Defected ibiza residency and countless festival appearances  – Low Steppa just announced that he plans to return to the US in early 2019. Bringing his own distinctive house sound, fans can expect to hear plenty of new music amongst his classics.

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