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Women Crushing Wednesday featuring Sarah Barrios, Greya, Nuala, Marlana, Ellie Moon,and Rebecka Reinhard,

Sarah Barrios ” Love Songs “

Rising pop star Sarah Barrios new song Love Songs is full of autobiographical lyrics that take on obsession, daydreams, and sleepless nights before coming to realize that being in love isn’t that bad, making for a fun and addicting electro-pop keeper.

Greya ” All Hell Breaks Loose “

21-year-old Philly native Greya’s new single All Hell Breaks Loose is both mesmerizing and haunting. Greya’s strong gravelly vocals glide effortlessly over the pluck of piano keys that seem to echo the feeling of the song. The emotion in her vocals are enough to keep you listening over and over.

Nuala ” Split Down The Middle “

Leicester born Nuala has released a new single Split Down The Middle along with a cute animated lyric video. Split Down The Middle is a soulful, infectious tune with a slight tropical feel. From her upcoming EP, Me&Me Nuala’s vocals take center stage on the new song.

Marlana ” I’m Good “

Marlena of Milo Greene fame has released a new single that deals with mental health and pretending your ok for everyone’s sake but for your own. The tune is powerful, honest, and vulnerable and comes from her forthcoming EP, At Least I Tried, set to be released on July 24th, 2020 via Play Count Recordings.

Ellie Moon ” Kylie Jenner “

Taken from her recently released debut EP MOONiSMS is lead track Kylie Jenner and its accompanying video. The single which is full of quirky melodies, razor-sharp humor takes on the evils of Instagram Culture and peer pressure. It is bold and brassy and very relatable.

Rebecka Reinhard ” No Release

Swedish dream-pop artist Rebecka Reinhard released new track No Release which is off her upcoming EP Whale. No Release is a smooth song that delivers Reinhard’s stunning and ethereal vocals over a background of quiet guitar chords, before building toward an explosive ending of layered instrumentation.

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