Kesha Rose Sebert, known simply as Kesha, is an American singer, songwriter, producer, businesswoman, dancer, activist, and actress. In 2005, at eighteen years old, she signed with Dr. Luke’s record label and began singing backing vocals and writing songs for other artists.

Swedish singer-songwriter Andreas Moss is part of the new vanguard of queer artists attempting to deconstruct the pop panorama. Born Jonathan Thulin, Andreas’ journey to becoming a queer pop force did not come without a significant amount of reflection. Now splitting time between Nashville and Los Angeles, Andreas split time between Sweden and the U.S. since age three, part of a traveling missionary family steeped in music and preaching across the country in an RV. Getting his start as a Christian artist, Andreas faced an internal struggle with his own queerness.

“I was teased so much in church,” he recounts. “As a Christian artist I did really well; five years ago I was onstage and realized I hated myself. I fell off the map and started doing Pop music.” Since that moment, he’s embraced his queerness and crafted Pop music tinged by Gospel training. Andreas’ music has been featured in the likes of Billboard, Wonderland, and Clash Magazine and appeared on some of Spotify’s most notable playlists, including“Global Viral 50” and “New Music Friday”, amassing 13M+ streams worldwide. He’s also cut his teeth on the road opening for Juicy J, Andy Grammar, and Fetty Wap on tour and made a name for himself as a cross-genre songwriter.

This in-between life informs his aptly-named forthcoming album The Perhaps Existence of Andreas Moss. A proclamation of his queerness and an exploration of genres, Andreas has crafted a work that teeters the borders of Trap, Pop, R&B and Soul. His emotional and artistic range is impressive and evident: one minute he’s rapping about Truvada (for the straights: PrEP) and on“Kudos”and car sex, a frequent stage of hidden desire, on lead single “Minivan” and the next he’s saying goodbye to the church through the metaphor of a breakup on doleful piano ballad “Buy Your Love.”

“I think it’s kind of a cool concept that people start to hear like “Minivan”or “Kudos,”but then “Buy Your Love”comes and that’s a completely different thing,” he says of the album. “Some of the music is deep and introspective, some of it is incredibly sexual and light-hearted; the album is me fully coming out from a place where I felt like I didn’t exist and realizing that who I am is worthy of love.”

With The Perhaps Existence of Andreas Moss, the singer is speaking himself into an existence as an out-and-proud gay man making the music he wants to make.“

I think that the album is the first time that I’ve spoken very openly about being gay and about gay relationships and about the pain of the church and about the things that I’ve gone through there and trying to be empowering. And then when it comes to music style-wise, obviously we’ve been taught in the music industry that you need to pick a lane. If I’m rapping then I just need to rap, or if I’m singing then I just need to sing; why can’t I do both these things?”

Andreas has been deeply inspired by Black music in his new record’s sound and throughout his career from early song “Chakha Khan” and citing Beyoncé and Destiny’s Child as inspirations.“I was only allowed to listen to Christian music growing up; since then, I have been so influenced my entire life by Black artists,” he says. “It’s such a big part of why I sing the way that I do. I am working toward an industry of love and acceptance and non-competitiveness that actually celebrates artists and being different.”

The feel good summer anthem of this year is presented in the shape of Dante Klein and Cat Carpenters’ new single ‘The Way I Love You’ (‘TWILY’), out now on Spinnin’ Records. Uplifting beats perfectly united with the sweet vocals of Cimo Fränkel, inspiring to spread more love and positivity into the world. With the Do Something Crazy For Someone You Love #TWILY, the three friends ask people to show someone they love that they love them by recording a video where they do something crazy. Check their own #TWILY video’s here: Dante Klein, Cat Carpenters, Cimo Fränkel.

Formerly know as Djeff Afrozila, Lisbon’s child of African heritage, DJEFF has fused the sounds that helped shape him both as an artist and as a person. All colours of house music are welcome into his sets and his music production echoing Africa, Europe, America and even Asia’s finest cuts. His newest release, “Zugu Zugu”, a collaboration with Zakes Bantwini, showcases the genre-crossing sounds of DJEFF, an artist who pushes the boundaries with his fluid-like tones.
Growing up in a capital city such as Lisboa meant being exposed to European and American pop and soul music, but living in an African house meant a close connection to the roots. Add to this rich music environment a first contact with electronic music and DJEFF was struck with an instant and everlasting love that would shape his music up until today.
By 2002 he’s invited to be a resident DJ and by 2008 DJEFF moves to Angola where his production work begins and in 2010 his first release titled “Canjika” is released through Pandora Records. His remixes and original tracks gain support from international DJs and in the support list Louie Vega’s name stands out. By 2011 it was time for DJeff Afrozila to create his own label, Kazukuta Records. “Soldier Ascension” his long play is released in 2013 and out of which several songs gained support from DJs such as Tony Humphries, Boddhi Satva, Mr. V and Rancido, among others. Early 2015 saw DJEFF’s performance at the infamous Boiler Room. 2017 is the year of “Gratitude”, DJEFF’s third artist album released worldwide. The album features 13 tracks, such as “Devotion”, “Future” or “Gratitude”. 2018 begun with performances in Berlin’s Watergate and Paris’s Rex Club, as well as in Benetton’s Fabrica in Italy. “Labyrinth” is released in April and rises all the way to #1 on Traxsource. August welcomed his first release through Spinnin Deep and also a performance at Privilege Ibiza. DJEFF’s dreams took off and we’re the lucky ones.

The feel good summer anthem of this year is presented in the shape of Dante Klein and Cat Carpenters’ new single ‘The Way I Love You’ (‘TWILY’), out now on Spinnin’ Records. Uplifting beats perfectly united with the sweet vocals of Cimo Fränkel, inspiring to spread more love and positivity into the world. With the Do Something Crazy For Someone You Love #TWILY, the three friends ask people to show someone they love that they love them by recording a video where they do something crazy. Check their own #TWILY video’s here: Dante Klein, Cat Carpenters, Cimo Fränkel.

Rúben de Almeida Barbeiro (born August 21, 1987 in Leiria), better known as KURA, is a Portuguese electro house music DJ and producer. Kura has released tracks through labels such as Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, Flashover Recordings, Musical Freedom, Spinnin’ Records, among others. In the early 2000s, he started following the club scene and by 2005 Kura would play on a DJ booth while working at a skate shop near Lisbon and eventually gigs in Cascais’s club Coconuts.

His first DJ residency came along and he became Bahaus resident DJ for 3 years. His first bootleg was a hit among his peers – Sidney Samson’s “Work It” on Hardwell’s remix crossed with Bob Marley followed by his first original track, “Russian Guitar” that was picked up by the Portuguese label, Kaos Records. He was invited to play as a resident DJ at Lisbon’s Kapital, and then at the summer club, Tamariz, and then to Gossip, a major club in Lisbon. He also focused on a freelance career, and more invitations to play in bigger venues.

His international breakthrough came with his track “Brazil”. Roger Sanchez picked it up for his “Release Yourself Radioshow”. Thomas Gold picked Kura’s hits “Polaris”, “Love Will Find You”, a remix of “Nightrain” for his radioshow. Besides these Kura also got support for his tracks from Hardwell, Nicky Romero and EDX, amongst many others. In 2012, he was invited to join the Swiss-based agency WDB Management. He also collaborated with American DJ/producer MAKJ in “Galaxy” and “Old Memories”.

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It would not be far fetched to say that RUDEEJAY’s destiny to be a DJ was written in the stars. A master of tuning into the crowd’s energy and reaction, RUDEEJAY has shared the stage with legendary acts like Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Laidback Luke, Benny Benassi, Gigi D’Agostino… the list goes on and on.

RUDEEJAY progressed from DJ to producer with a successful string of remixes for artists like Bob Sinclar, Martin Solveig, Klingande, as well as collaborations with DJs from Mars, VINAI and ANGEMI – just to name a few. His sensational 2018 record, “Children,” was first supported by Tiësto, then by the likes of Hardwell, Afrojack, KSHMR, NERVO, Timmy Trumpet and many others. Most recently RUDEEJAY released “HEY!” with Da Brozz under ‘Generation Smash,’ a sister label of the renowned Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s imprint, ‘Smash The House.’

Marked by spirit and tenacity, RUDEEJAY’s musical journey shows no signs of stopping soon – with industry powerhouses such as Tiësto, The Chainsmokers, Diplo, Tujamo, Alok and many others continuing to throw down RUDEEJAY’s music at some of the most prestigious festivals in the world.

Zonderling have created their own version of today’s dance music. Freaky sounds by a headstrong duo working on musical impulses, leading to a streak of powerful releases with a character of their own.

Sammy Boeddha Renders (born 1 August 1993), better known by his stage name Sam Feldt, is a Dutch DJ, record producer and entrepreneur.

French DJ and producer of the so-called French touch genre, a musical subgenre born of house music and dancehall.