2019 is set to be more powerful than 2018 with anticipated young artists creating new songs and hits. But who are the upcoming stars set to take control of the music industry? Here are our list of 6 artists who are gonna shine this year.
6. Tayla Parx
Tayla Parx was born on September 16, 1993 in Dallas, TX. She played a recurring role in Nickelodeon’s True Jackson, VP, a show starring her good friend Keke Palmer. Signed by Warner Chappell Publishing when she was 19 years old, she is a Grammy nominated songwriter as well as singer and actress who became famous for her role in the film Hairspray at Little Inez.
5. Dominic Fike
Dominic Fike is an American artist and rapper from Naples, Florida who signed to Columbia Records in 2018. Fike came to attention of record labels after releasing his debut EP Don’t Forget About Me, Demos at age 21 in December 2017, which was recorded while he was on house arrest for battery of a police officer. The EP sparked a bidding war, and he signed with Columbia for a reported $4 million. He later went to jail, and came to wider attention in 2018 for the song “3 Nights“, which was put on rotation on BBC Radio 1 and reached the top five in Australia.
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4. Keelan Mak
Mak is making pop songs that would sounds just as glossy in the clubs as on the radio. The Brisbane muso ended last year on one of the best local songs of 2018 with Flicker. With a blaring synth on board, he made the sort of triumphant moment that solidifies your fate as a new artist.
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3. Pardison Fontaine
Pardison Fontaine is rapper who released the mixtapes Not Supposed to Be Here in 2015 and Who Is Pardison Fontaine? in 2016. He has over 130,000 followers on his pardi Instagram account. He played basketball on a full scholarship to Wilmington’s Goldey-Beacom College. He found acclaim with the song “Jumpin Jumpin” and has often been compared to DMX.
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2. Jack Gray
Jack Gray has the look and sound to be a big deal this year and he’s as of now begun his career. A week ago, he dropped Drunk Talk, a beating, love song that is a continuation of the style he worked for himself a year ago. 2018’s My Hands was in its very own class controlling to enormous streams with a throbbing beat.
The Byron Bay artist started her career with one of the most pure pop songs around, combining honest songwriting with an instantly accessible chorus. If she can keep that balance of organic songwriting and commercial appeal, she’s going to be everywhere in 2019.
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