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Donna Lugassy releases her new solo R&B song, ‘Moonrise’

Meet dynamic Donna Lugassy, the featured vocalist who has just released her solo single, ‘Moonrise’. The song is aimed to share the introductory phase of a relationship, the smooth romantic vocals providing the perfect soundtrack to any listener who may be sitting beside their lover with a glass of wine.

The singer-songwriter was picked up for an interview earlier this week by Exit Through The Sound. In it, she reveals her own favourite aspects about the “getting to know you phase”

“Butterflies can be motivation to wake up in the morning, learning more about someone you’re interested in and spending time together can be such bliss. I have never had a relationship that lasted longer than 9 months so I have never even gone into the ‘relax’ state of a relationship. Therefore when I meet someone, I enjoy the moments we have fun together and try not to expect anything else but that moment and the joy I feel in just being together. I don’t take anything for granted and enjoy all little pieces and moments of love I receive and get to give.”

However, ‘Moonrise’ is just the start of the releasing coming from Donna Lugassy. On the 13th of March, the full Love and Breakups EP will be made available to the public. In it will be tracks like “Nobody (loves like I do)” and “I Wish”, which will cover their own respective portions of Lugassy’s love life pattern.



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Russian musician Vincent Barrea reveals dynamic music video

Russian vocalist and producer Vincent Barrea has just released his latest track, ‘Chemical Or Love’ on 31 October via Maitre Music. Fast on its tail came the music video, already amassing hundreds of thousands of views within the few weeks of its release. 

In an interview on E-D-M, Barrea described the difficult filming process that was behind the impactful video however, he makes it clear that he always had complete confidence in his director. “I completely trust Tata, if she believes that it is necessary to do this, I am ready to freeze, burn in the fire, swim across the Lamansh, rob a bank, walk on a tightrope between skyscrapers, anything for her. Moreover, they are always clearly responsible for safety on the set, so I was totally calm.” You can read the full interview here

We’re comforted by the idea that Barrea displayed such trust in Tata Belinina as the results simply would not be the same without her high-risk ideas. Almost battling the elements, both fire and water are proudly displayed, mirroring the internal conflict that drives the track. We’re looking forward to seeing what Barrea and Belinina think up for their next collaboration.



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