AWA, Molly Hammar and Julie Bergan teams up on the new single ‘Get To Know Me First’. The collaboration champions sisterhood and encourages ladies across the globe to embrace themselves and empower each other by having one another’s back.
“Get To Know Me First” makes me happy! It makes me feel sexy, free and powerful, especially since I’re releasing the song with my female friends. And yes, I must point out that we are women because we are always compared to each other in our industry. I am a big proponent of self-love which is the most important love of them all. I hope we can inspire others to love all parts of themselves and not let themselves be diminished by other people.” – AWA
‘Kan vi säga som det är’, the documentary about Miriam Bryant is now available on DPlay.
You can watch it here.
Today marks the release of AWA’s debut EP ‘cry.baby.
The EP follows the success of her last single ‘Too Late For That’ ft. BJ The Chicago Kid. The single had incredible success at radio with a ‘Record of the Week’ spot on 1Xtra with Yasmin Evans & a ‘Track of the Week’ spot with Rickie, Melvin & Charlie on Radio 1. Alongside this it was playlisted by 1Xtra, Kiss FM and Kiss Fresh as well as Radio 1 & Capital Xtra support.
The EP includes two brand new tracks as well as previous singles ‘Like I Do’ which was premiered by FADER and gained playlist support from 1XTRA & Kiss Fresh as well as ‘Best New Pop’ on Radio 1. It also includes her Columbia Records debut ‘F**kin’ Love Songs’ which was premiered by Julie Adengua on BEATS 1, with the accompanying video premiered on COMPLEX; as well as ‘Comfortable’ which has been tipped by Nylon and Spindle, as well as receiving love from Radio 1, 1Xtra and BEATS 1 and Kiss Fresh.
Preaching the importance of self-love AWA addresses various types of relationships but most importantly the one we have with ourselves. Influences from 90’s R&B run through the EP & listen out for the sample of Mase’s classic ‘What You Want.’
“I like to look at “cry.baby” as a body of work that goes through the motions and perspective of different relationships. The casual ones, the complicated, the beautiful and the most important, the one with yourself. It’s all a journey and as long as you grow a little from your experiences, you good boo.” -AWA
The brilliant video for ‘Fjärde låten’ by Hemliga Klubben is out today!
The video is directed by Daniel Mattiasson.
Miriam Bryant is back with another home run, this time in the form of a captivating new video for her song ‘Passa dig’.
Directed by Daniel Mattiasson.
After releasing their debut EP ‘Vem bryr sig om Hemliga Klubben?’, touring with Den Svenska Björnstammen and over 2 million streams last year, Hemliga Klubben is back with a brand new single. The song is called ‘Fjärde Låten’ and is co-written together with Åke Olsson (Den Svenska Björnstammen). The release is the first single from their upcoming album, due later this year.
The track will be followed by a music video directed by Daniel Mattiasson.
Miriam Bryant has revealed her new single ‘Passa dig’. The song is co-written together with Adam Olenius (Shout Out Louds) and Alex Shield, produced by Elias Kapari.
- Passa Dig är en låt till alla som lekt farligt nära elden och varit taskig i en relation. Allt är tillåtet i kärlek och krig eller vad är det man brukar säga? Man ska passa sig för vem man sårar helt enkelt. Låten kom till i höstas men det känns som att väldigt mycket har hänt sedan dess. Man blir bränd här i livet ibland och det är väl meningen kanske. Man kan gå runt å tjura över det om man vill, men just nu ska vi fokusera på att hålla huvudet kallt och händerna rena! Köss / Miriam
AWA returns with her first new music of 2020, ‘Too Late For That (Feat. BJ The Chicago Kid)’. This release comes just ahead of her debut EP which includes new tracks as well as previous singles such as ‘Like I Do’.
Since signing to Columbia Records last year AWA has amassed 2.6M video views & 3M streams across her first 3x releases, receiving praise from Wonderland, The Fader, Complex & more. BJ The Chicago Kid is an US singer-songwriter who has previously collaborated with Kendrick Lamar, Anderson Paak and Chance The Rapper.
“It’s about reminiscing about the good times but still staying present enough to put yourself first and not fall back into old patterns! I’m so happy that ‘BJ The Chicago Kid chose to be on the track too, it really brought it up another level”
Listen to ‘Too Late For That’ here!
Miriam Bryant has released her latest song, ‘Nån av oss’, which was accompanied by a music video directed by Daniel Matiasson.
Check it out below!
The multi-talented Swedish producer and artist Kleerup is back. Today is the release date of his new album, 2, which might well be his most “Kleerup” sounding album yet.
2 includes hitherto unreleased 10-year-old nuggets from the Kleerup archives as well as brand new material such as collaborations with artists like Yumi Zouma, Freddie Wadling and Ana Diaz. On 2, Kleerup has also invited and worked with top producers Mr. Tophat (Robyn) and Joacim Persson (Lady Gaga, John Legend), polishing and further cultivating Kleerup’s ceaseless creativity.
12 years have passed since Kleerup’s self-titled debut album Kleerup saw the light of day. Its lead single With Every Heartbeat feat. Robyn catapulted him into the mainstream after reaching No. 1 on the UK singles charts, and has since become a modern classic.