Elhae and Xavier Omär have reunited for a new song titled “Favourite.” TAVE and Agajon produced it. On the wonderfully romantic track, the two men reassure their partners about their importance in their lives, comparing them to no one else. “Favourite” is the first collaboration between Elhae and Omär since “Sick of Playing,” which was
Louis York, the duo composed of Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony, has joined forces with Anthony Hamilton for their new single “Alone Alot.” The sentimental ballad captures the essence of being down on love, to the point of giving up on it, until a special person walks into your life. The stirring lyrics, beautifully sung
Emerging singer Samaria is coming to her senses about a poisonous love on her new track “tight rope.” On the self-help track, Samaria decides to end a painful relationship for her own peace. “Keep me hostage just for your comfort / Taking one hundred percent of me / Got to leave you where you at
Snoh Aalegra declares to avoid hasty romantic relationships in her latest song, “Wait A Little Longer,” produced by Sensei Bueno and Mellodust. On the track, Aalegra reflects on a breakup and acknowledges the time it takes to heal. She remains optimistic about finding love in the future, taking it one day at a time. “I
Smooth Jazz Therapy first became acquainted with sax-man Justin Young in 2007 when he burst onto the scene with his smooth jazz debut, ‘On The Way’. It said much for the potential of this accomplished player that Paul Brown invested his time to mix the album and play guitar on one of the twelve choice
A wildfire on the Spanish island of Tenerife has forced thousands of people to evacuate.
The attack took place as people were leaving church after celebrating a holy day in Chernihiv, Ukraine, the country’s Interior Ministry said.
In an interview with The New York Times, a civilian leader of the junta sounded a conciliatory tone. He also said Niger would not summon the Kremlin-backed Wagner mercenary group.
The emergency order was issued late Friday as wildfires threatened Yellowknife, in the Northwest Territories, and Kelowna, in British Columbia.
The blaze on Tenerife has burned almost 10,000 acres and forced thousands of residents in the north to lock down or flee.