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Oslo artist/producer Paria drops her catchy and glittering r’n’b infused dance-pop track “C’mon”, it’s the second track to be taken from her upcoming debut album.

“”C ?mon” is really the most spontaneous song I have ever made. I wrote it while i stayed in a farm in Norway last summer, i remember walking around humming the melody that now has become the hook for this song “c’mon, c’mon, c’mon” for some reason. I figured, i could just record it on my phone, I ended up putting the recording in a project and started making a beat. After half an hour I had written the whole song. The hook and the chords gave me a really dreamy and romantic vibe and the melodies went together perfectly. I tend to write story based lyrics and often from a certain character’s point of view, but this time i just wanted to paint pretty pictures with the melodies and lyrics. C’mon puts you in the situation of someone who tries to convey their basic needs to another person, but they’re too scared to say the words out loud.”

Hong Kong artist cehryl went to Berklee and has lived in the UK, Hong Kong, and Los Angeles. Her dreamy, new single “Superbloom” is a short but sweet dance-pop track that with a subtle production perfectly emphasizes her vocals.

“Superbloom is about flowers dying, about disappointment following a naive, light-hearted love. The verses reference cartoons and colours and the innocent child-like beginnings of everything and the chorus reveals the ending. The song is about the death of an immature love.”

Stockholm-based production duo TeoFrans have worked with the likes of LOVA, Naaz, Bearson, Rhys, Felix Sandman, and Eli. Now they unleash their new project – Teddy Failure – that spotlights the universal transition from youth to adulthood. New single “Change” is released today and it’s smooth, bittersweet vibes filled track.