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MarMar Oso Keeps His Heart in the Right Place on ‘Good Intentions’

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MarMar Oso became a fast-rising star in and beyond his Sacramento hometown with his colorful charisma, empathic pen and silky-smooth vocals. Today, the North Cali crooner continues his hot streak of heartbreak anthems with his playfully poignant project, Good Intentions, available now via Free The Lost/EMPIRE

The emotional 10-track album, led by vibrant singles like “Independent” and “Flirt,” featuring Bino Rideaux and produced by Internet Money, sees MarMar flex his mastery of vibe-setting songwriting as he floats from breezy, buoyant bangers like “Losing You” featuring Luh Kel, to heart-wrenching heat on tracks like “Where You Left Me” featuring Teejay3k, and intoxicated infatuation on “Fall For It.” Though MarMar is seen playing the heartbreaker on the Good Intentions cover, the project itself peels back the curtain to expose the introspective, vulnerable sincerity of the singer-songwriter that the Sacramento scene and R&B have been missing— a beacon of tenderness in the age of toxicity.

Born in Hawaii and raised in Sacramento, MarMar Oso began singing at church when he was 2 years old, and hasn’t stopped since. In 2018, MarMar made his debut with the music video for “Lost Feelings” from his Mixed Emotions EP, the success of which allowed him to quit his part-time job at UPS to fully pursue music. He went on to take the world by storm with the viral success of the GOLD-certified “Ruthless (Nice Guys Always Finish Last),” from his 2019 debut album, Oso Different, which boasts over 178 million streams on Spotify and over 37 million views on YouTube, and inspired a remix featuring G-Eazy and Quando Rondo. Since releasing back-to-back projects in 2020, with Love Don’t Cost a Thing and Marvin’s Room, MarMar has waited patiently to take his sound and career to new heights as he does now with the release of Good Intentions

Stay tuned for more from MarMar Oso, including new visuals from his Good Intentions project and much more!

Stream Good Intentions here today!

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Chicago Comic MojoBrookzz’s gives TOXIC a new meaning , with his tour!

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Funny man, actor & writer Mojobrookzz is innovative and creative with everything he touches. A phrase “Toxic but funny” has expanded into a 7-city comedy tour & merchandise!! The “Toxic But Funny Comedy Tour” has been a huge success, with Mojo brining his talents to the improv stage. His notable characters like “Mr. James” and his hilarious “STINK” videos, have made him a household name in the comedy world.The tour started earlier in 2022 with sold out shows in every city!!! He’s even added additional shows because the demand has been through the roof!! Mojo’s comedy is universal, leaving no topic untouched or off limits. He has a unique way of connecting with people on all levels, using his personal experiences, viral trends and crazy scenarios to inspire his skits. 

The tour is still underway, with new shows being added regularly, you don’t want to miss your chance to catch Mojo Live!!! Aside from this tour he’s being featured on several different tours and comedy venues all year, including the “No Cap Tour Comedy” featuring celebs like “DC Young Fly, B Simone & Karlous Miller”!!! Keep up with MojoBrookzz on social media to see his next stop on the “Toxic But Funny Comedy Tour”!! Follow him on Instagram @mojobrookzz, YouTube @Mojo Brookzz, and TikTok @mojobrookzz today!!

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R&B Singer @1andonlyOlivia Drops “No Permission”

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R&B vocalist Olivia drops her new single, “No Permission,” which serves as the first taste of her upcoming EP UNDER PRESSURE. The sultry new tune is catchy and melodic, highlighting Olivia’s remarkable vocal abilities and impressive penmanship. While staying fresh and current, she  pushes boundaries evoking nostalgic R&B without sacrificing quality.

Stay tuned for more new music coming soon from Olivia. 

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@banks1433 Gets To The Deepest Parts Of Himself On “Lane Switch”

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Los Angeles-based rapper Banks 1433 just dropped his new single “Lane Switch”. The trap-infused song is about discipline, getting money and reaching your potential. A Lane Switch is the ability to make your skills work in multiple ways. Banks 1433 confides, “I say ‘TRAP’ a lot because Trap is another way of saying getting money, trap star, trap madness….gotta wake up and get money, then you can do everything after.” His lyric states, “never got used to being average” and that reminds listeners to push for greatness every day. His aim with his content is to make tracks that are magnetic and catchy, pulling you in with attention-grabbing hooks.

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