Every now and then something different does actually come along, and not always in the way you would expect it. In these troubled times when people seem to be more divided than ever, an artist who is pulling the opposite way has emerged. Sam Driz, and with him, he brings a whole new movement or genre ‘Fatih Music’.
At a time when most 13-year-olds are making the news in England for self-harming, bullying and violence one 13-year-old (Phoebe Austin) has been making the news and become the most talked about 13-year-old in England for all the right reasons.
Rising star Phoebe Austin could not have expected the interest surrounding the making of her first official video in Sudbury, Suffolk, UK. Even though Phoebe has long been the talk of her region, recently things for her have taken another upward turn with her signing to Shlepp Entertainment and working with Stevie Eagle E signalling her career taking off even more. Phoebe recently won her first musical and artistic award winning the best newcomer gong at the IAA awards in the UK. This singing and songwriting child prodigy at only 13 years of age carries the weight of expectation for a whole region of the UK wanting to see one of their own rise to the top and so far she is not letting anyone down. Reaction to a callout for her first video has broken many records for agents and organizations involved with tens of thousands of impressions and hundreds of children applying to be a part of Phoebe Austin’s debut video ‘Thinking’.
When you have sung with the likes of Plácido Domingo and Pavarotti you are perhaps used to ovations and accolades, but when you are an opera singer, singing a song from ‘Old blue eyes’ at an event filled with people half your age into trap music, you would be forgiven for thinking that you may not be the highlight of the evening, wrong!
Robert Magyar who has been singing at the highest level from his days at school, starting at The internationally acknowledged choir of Tóth Lajos Általános Iskola in primary school and going on to perform with the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, Yevgeny Nesterenko, Elena Obraztsova, Éva Marton did not expect his music to have such an impact at the G Salvatore Fashion showcase, his first UK performance.
B-Soul, Stephan Dante and legendary Bhangra musician Tubsy unveil new vibe at exclusive event in Birmingham [video]
B-Soul is here and it came with a bang at the Exclusive G Salvatore Fashion showcase event when the founders of this new musical vibe Stephan Dante and Tubsy Dholki Walla performed their first truly original B-Soul track ‘Dirty’ at the event. B-Soul according to Stephan Dante is a fusion of Soul, RnB with Bhangra vibes and influences thrown in. The concept originally sprung to life when Stevie Eagle E brought the two artists together for a previous event and involved during rehearsals. It was during these rehearsals that a unique bond was formed between Stephan Dante and Tubsy Dholki Walla and B-Soul was born.
We spoke with Stephan Dante on the phone about the event, B-Soul and working with the Legendary musician Tubsy Dholki Walla.