Courtesy of our partnership with Leeway in South Korea, we’re heungbunhan to announce that “cocoa” by the indie K-Pop artist Sweet The Kid is being featured in the new romantic dramedy series XO, Kitty. The full first season drops May 18th on Netflix and the song appears in episode 6. Don’t miss it! Sweet The Kid Sweet The Kid is a South Korean independent R&B singer-songwriter and lyricist usually writing about love and expressing over aurally minimalistic melodies with a remarkable vocal ability and style. “XO, Kitty” on Netflix This spin-off of the “To All the Boys” film series follows Kitty Covey, who believes she is extremely knowledgeable on love and moves halfway across the world to Korea, aiming to reconnect with her long-distance boyfriend. She finds, however, that a relationship is much more complex when it is her own feelings of love at risk. Check out the official trailer […]
We’re thrilled to announce our very first placement in the hit Netflix psycho-thriller You. Premiering February 9th in the first batch of five episodes, “Inside Of My Eyelids” by DLG. will appear in episode 405! DLG. Austin born DLG. crafts a signature sound reminiscent of Louis The Child, RAC, Tim Atlas, 53 Thieves and Cannons with his soulful vocals and dreamy DIY production. His song “Inside Of My Eyelids”, the same song appearing in this episode, went viral on TikTok and connected with a huge fan base throughout Latin America. To date the song has racked up tens of millions of streams across DSP’s. This is DLG.’s fourth placement by Bodega Sync, following recent syncs on Bel-Air, 4400 and The Sex Lives Of College Girls. “You” on Netflix After being spurned by his latest love, serial killer and stalker Joe Goldberg hides out in jolly old England under the fake […]
We’re very excited to announce two placements in the new “On My Block” spinoff Freeridge. Songs by Diamond Qing and Almost Everything appear in episodes 5 and 8, respectively, both of which will be available on Netflix along with the entire full season on Thursday, February 2nd. Diamond Qing Born and raised in Harlem, Diamond Qing embodies the energy and attitude of NYC. Reminiscent of fellow rap divas Nicki Minaj, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, she manages to attract and intimidate listeners with her untouchable swagger. This is her fourth sync with Bodega Sync, following recent placements in “The Sex Lives Of College Girls”, “Rap Sh!t” and “FBOY Island”. Her song “Money Mouth” appears in episode five of the series. Almost Everything The brainchild of Philadelphia producer Ty Nicolo and UK artist 1403, Almost Everything transports you straight back to the 80’s with feel good synthpop vibes. […]
We’re very happy to have three placements in the first season of the Netflix reality series Twentysomethings: Austin. This season features music by Calliope Musicals, Daz Rinko, and Kiddo AI. Calliope Musicals Calliope Musicals is an Indie Psych-Pop band from Austin Texas, whose epic theatrical live performances are the stuff of legends. Their track “Echo Of The Whoos” appears in episode 104, which premiered on December 10th. Daz Rinko Best known for his upbeat, positive jams and genre-blending style, Memphis hip-hop artist Daz Rinko is an artist on the rise. His song “New Whip, Who Dis?” appears in episode 109, which premiered on December 17th. Kiddo A.I. Kiddo A.I. is a gifted singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who writes music in a wide variety of genres including Pop, R&B, Latin and Electro Pop. Her track “1000 Rings” appears in episode 110, which also premiered on December 17th.. “Twentysomethings: Austin” […]
“Tipos Listos” by Dominican rapper Original Juan is featured in the Italian Netflix series “Zero”. The series premieres April 21st on Netflix and will be televised nationally in Italy. The song plays over the opening credits of Episode 3. About “Zero” “Zero” is an Italian sci-fi series based on the book “Non ho mai avuto la mia età” by Antonio Dikele Distefano. It’s notably the first Italian series that centers on the black Italian experience. The protagonist, Omar, is a shy teen with the power to turn invisible must get it under control to help defend his neighborhood, putting aside the pursuit of his artistic dream.
Miami-based Pop/R&B artist PXTN describes his new single “Take It” as being inspired by his thoughts about selfishness. “The world needs to be selfless and give more. I’ve learned that the more you give, the more it comes back.” The song opens with sparse instrumentation and vulnerable vocals, quickly building into a massive back end chorus complete with choir vocals and string arrangements. “Take It” was featured in a powerful emotional scene underscoring a troubled father/son relationship in episode 305 of Netflix’s “On My Block”, which premiered its third season on March 11th. This is easily the best montage song in our catalog, so if you’re looking for something with an emotional build that tugs on the heart strings you need to grab this one! PXTN got his start on Season 10 of The Voice, where he placed in the top eight contestants. He’s since evolved into an artist with […]
Artist/producer Adrian Daniel has an earnest Pop/R&B sound nestled between his emotive lush vocals and an airy falsetto that commands one’s attention. Following his packed hometown performance in December headlining Best of the Borough at the Brooklyn Museum, Adrian announced the upcoming release of his latest single “Love Me”. Adrian’s past syncs include the soundtrack to Honey 3: Dare To Dance, where he was featured alongside superstars Ariana Grande, Jason Derulo and Major Lazer. His next placement will be in the upcoming season of Netflix’s Kim’s Convenience.