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“1000 Rings” by Kiddo AI and “New Whip, Who Dis?” by Daz Rinko will both be featured in the second batch of episodes of the new Netflix reality series Twentysomethings: Austin. “1000 Rings” will appear in Episode 9 and “New Whip, Who Dis?” in Episode 10, both premiering on December 17th. About Daz Rinko & Kiddo AI Best known for his upbeat, positive jams and genre-blending style, Memphis hip-hop artist Daz Rinko is an artist on the rise. Kiddo AI 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. About “Twentysomethings: Austin” on Netflix Living together and leaning on each other, eight twenty-something strangers become roommates to experience the highs and lows that come with being an adult. Including Houstonian Abbey, 25-year-old IT tech Raquel, insurance salesman Bruce, Miami native Natalie, model Kamari, residence coordinator Keano, fashion […]

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“Echo Of The Whoos” by Calliope Musicals is being featured in Eposide 4 of the new Netflix reality series Twentysomethings: Austin. The first six episodes premiere on Netflix on December 10th, which includes the episode featuring “Echo Of The Whoos”. Stay tuned for more songs in upcoming episodes as well! About Calliope Musicals Calliope Musicals is an Indie Psych-Pop band from Austin Texas, whose epic theatrical live performances are the stuff of legends. About “Twentysomethings: Austin” on Netflix Based in Austin, TX, this new reality series depicts what happens when eight twenty-something strangers become roommates. The group sets out to find success, friends, and love while learning to navigate the ‘new normal’ of America today. Cast includes Houstonian Abbey, 25-year-old IT tech Raquel, insurance salesman Bruce, Miami native Natalie, model Kamari, residence coordinator Keano, fashion designer Isha, and aspiring comedian Michael. Living together and leaning on each other, they experience […]

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“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 […]

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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.