iann dior has had QUITE the 2020... From hitting #1 on the Billboard HOT 100 charts with 24kGoldn and MOOD to performing it on the American Music Awards! Check out iann dior's newest trending track "HOLDING ON" playing NOW on THE NEXT!
Nessa Barrett is a mental health advocate and is super open about her struggles with bullying and being bipolar. Her newest song "If You Love Me" is raw and authentic. Check out her interview with Zach Sang!
She's already blowing up in the UK, she's kinda crazy, kinda chill, she's sang with Billie Eilish and Justin Bieber, and she overthinks things just like basically everyone this year!! Listen to Tate McRae's tear-jerking bop "You Broke Me First" on The Next!
Ashe signed her divorce papers right before walking into the studio to write this song. Her therapy song has now been used on thousands of TikTok videos and features Niall Horan singing a duet with her. Check out "Moral of the Story" here on 101-7 The Beach!
She's been making music since she was 8, but at 16 she's become well-known on TikTok because a clip of her song went viral without her knowing it. Claire Rosenkranz didn't know it at the time, but her song started getting hundreds of thousands of views on the app that she wasn't even active on. After some friends texted her about it, she decided to get back on TikTok and learned that 300,000 videos used her song.
Golden Landis Von Jones makes music as 24kGoldn and just released "Mood," a summer bop about a toxic relationship. His music has been described as a mix between Post Malone and Green Day, and even though he's mixing so many different sounds, he's able to create a vibe that totally makes sense.
At only 17, Loren Gray is making big waves! She started making music at a young age and has developed a large following across multiple media platforms as the second-most-followed person on TikTok. Listen to her most recent song "Alone," and check out the lyric video!
TikTok star Dixie D'Amelio is the most followed person on the platform and has racked up over 1 billion views on her video for her song "Be Happy." Even though it was written before the pandemic hit, it really connects to what a lot of people have been feeling.
The three ladies in Avenue Beat met doing a musical theater summer camp in high school. Originally from Quincy, Illinois, they blend genres and channel so many influences from Taylor Swift to Billie Eilish.
They write super relatable songs, and their most recent may also be their most relevant. Check out F2020: