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Billboard: Debut Of Criibaby’s “80s Kween”

Billboard: Debut Of Criibaby’s “80s Kween”

On her dreamy new single “80’s Kween,” rising pop singer Criibaby is letting her lover know just how much they mean to her. Off of the singer’s upcoming Love Songs For Everyone EP (out Oct. 11), the new track sounds like a classic R&B slow-jam with a modern twist, as Criibaby tells her significant other than being together is like “being lost in a crazy dream.” If you’re looking for a new jam to add to your romantic playlists, look no further.

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Billboard: India Ramey ‘Shallow Graves’ Review & Full Album Stream

Billboard: India Ramey ‘Shallow Graves’ Review & Full Album Stream

Is there a better line that sums up this year than this? “Everytime I read the news/oh, it’s clear we’re all screwed.” So sings Ramey on “Up to No Good.” It’s just one of the winners on this exhilarating set from the Nashville singer/songwriter. Her voice is as tart as her lyrics: She sings, “He found Jesus in prison/he’s got the t-shirt to prove it” on “Keep Hope Alive.”
The rollicking set recalls everyone from Tammy Wynette to Exene Cervenka and Wanda Jackson. There are no sacred cows in Ramey’s world, including Trump, whom she eviscerates (but never names) on tremolo-laden “King of the Ashes.”

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Rolling Stone: India Ramey Interview & Debut Of The Video For “Shallow Graves”

Rolling Stone: India Ramey Interview & Debut Of The Video For “Shallow Graves”

Born in Georgia but raised partially in northeast Alabama, Ramey chronicled the South’s darker corners on her previous album, Snake Handler, nodding to Southern gothic literature along the way (“I like the darkness and the weirdness of being Southern,” she says). That approach remains on Shallow Graves, but there’s also an air of levity on songs like the punk-tinged “Up to No Good” and “Debutante Ball,” in which she unpacks some of the South’s entrenched class issues and privilege by recalling a surreal experience at a high-society event in Montgomery.

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Flood: Debut Of Miss Eaves’ Video For “Belly Bounce”

Flood: Debut Of Miss Eaves’ Video For “Belly Bounce”

“Belly Bounce” duplicates the track’s message, while the video recontextualizes the ensemble clip for the era of quarantine. Released at the beginning of July, the track—along with its encompassing How It Is EP, dropping today—has all the attributes of an on-repeat summer obsession.

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