BAAM! 4 Freshies For a New Year’s Eve Party!

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The year is nearly over, and to beef up your New Year’s Eve party playlist are these four awesome tracks from our hard-working Canadian recording artists. Want to hear your attendees say, “Hey, that song’s really good. Who is that?” We recommend all four of these! The artist initials spell out BAAM. Let’s take a look at each of them.

Turn It Around by Bayla

The ‘B’ stands for Bayla. She is a female pop soloist from Montreal. You may have heard her song “Turn It Around” on the radio, as it has been moving up the Nielsen BDS charts. She is not completely new at the game recording under the name Brittany Kwasnik since the age of 14 seven years ago. Let’s have a look at the music video below.  iTunes

Never Enough by Allie X

Hopefully you have heard of Toronto’s Allie X. She is a Billboard Hot 100 charting artist thanks to 2014’s “Catch”. She has released a deluxe version of her mini album Collxtion I with new track “Never Enough” which is a shimmering synth pop charmer. Enjoy the audio-only video below.  iTunes

Dancing Kizomba by Alx Veliz

The second ‘A’ stands for Toronto’s Alx Veliz. He’s creating quite a bit of buzz with single “Dancing Kizomba”, dance-pop with a Spanish flavour. He’s even released a Spanish language version of it. This is a great party track, and we hope you dig it.  iTunes

Tidal Wave by Made Them Lions

The ‘M’ stands for Made Them Lions. This is not a new track. It appeared on the pop-rock band’s excellent album MTL from 2014. However, the band has launched a new MV with scenes from a live performance. The group’s style reminds us a little of Down With Webster (minus the rapping), but they also do a little reggae on some of their songs. “Tidal Wave” is pure pop-rock, though. And here’s the MV…  iTunes

P.S. Don’t forget to check out Marie-Mai’s new single and MV in our previous blog post. It’s really awesome!

And no party playlist would be complete without a tune or two from this gal:

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Getting the rock and snowball rolling for fans of Canadian recording artists.

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