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Today pop superstar Billie Eilish urged fans to take action for our planet with an important message alongside the reveal of her official music video for “all the good girls go to hell”. The video comes ahead of the UN’s 2019 Climate Action Summit in New York City, as well as the forthcoming Global #ClimateStrike, spearheaded by fellow teen activist Greta Thunberg.

In a statement to her fans on Instagram, Billie elaborated: “Right now, there are millions of people all over the world begging our leaders to pay attention. Our earth is warming up at an unprecedented rate, ice caps are melting, our oceans are rising, our wildlife is being poisoned and our forests are burning…”

North Carolina’s BBY Goyard has had quite the year and continues to defy the norm with his latest offering, an EP by the title of “Loose Lips & Sharp Tongues.” Typically penned as a rapper, Goyard explores all genres of music merging them into one: his own. The tape features UK house tracks, indie ballads, rock and downtempo atmospheric, with the standout being the most eccentric, “95IRONMAN” produced by fatherblaze.

London-based singer, songwriter, and producer Alex Jayne makes smashing pop meets contemporary R&B. Her breakthrough debut single “Miss Me”, was picked up by among others BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra, and Clash Magazine.

Her brand new synth-heavy single “24 Fears” features her powerful vocals, the track is darker and more intense sounding than previous effeorts but also quite infectious.

Australian artist Mallrat released her fantastic new single “Charlie” today and it’s a piano-laced summer pop jam. “Charlie” is the first single taken from her upcoming EP “Driving Music” that will be out September 6th.

Stavanger artist/producer Kapteinen dropped his fantastic and playful debut single “Mr. Fantastique” just before the summer via Oslo label Nora Collective (home to among others Loveless, Arif, Unge Ferrari) and now we get the visuals for the single.

The track is a bonafide summer anthem from the young producer who among others counts Young Thug, Future, Drake, Travis Scott, Michael Jackson, Prince and NE-YO as his inspirations.

“The track is about the feeling when you’re left by someone and you realize that you maybe weren’t the best for that person and that the best thing to do is to wish them luck, smile and move on.”