|Candles in the Sun||Kaleidoscope Dream|| |
|Estrada Sem Saída||Só Sucesso 10|| |
|Mais Que Tudo Na Vida||Só Sucesso 10|| |
|By Your Side||By Your Side|| |
|By Your Side (Radio Edit)||I Follow You|| |
|By Your Side (Re-Digitalized Remix)||By Your Side|| |
|By Your Side (Phil Giava Remix)||By Your Side|| |
|By Your Side (C-Energized Remix)||By Your Side|| |
|By Your Side (Naxwell Remix)||By Your Side|| |
|By Your Side (Vortecs Remix)||By Your Side|| |
In 2010, he became a member of alternative hip hop collective OFWGKTA also known as Odd Future, and his debut mixtape, Nostalgia, Ultra, was released to critical acclaim in 2011. The singles "Novacane" and "Swim Good" both achieved chart success. In 2012, Ocean finished second place in the BBC's Sound of 2012 poll. His debut studio album, Channel Orange, was released in July 2012 to critical acclaim and was promoted with three charting singles: "Thinkin Bout You," "Pyramids," and "Sweet Life."
Since first being recognized for his role on the highly-successful television series Degrassi: The Next Generation, and going on the road with rap star Lil Wayne after hearing Drake’s music in the summer of 2008, Drake has asserted himself as a trailblazer in the creative world. Drake released his mixtape So Far Gone in 2009 and his massive influence in the hip-hop and contemporary music space has commanded the market since, with no end in sight. Drake now holds the record for the most number one hits on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Chart.
Drake has catapulted into stardom not only as an artist, but as a cultural maven with October’s Very Own. Sharing the story of the thriving music scene in Toronto, Drake has built out OVO from a small-scale blog about his crew to an all-encompassing lifestyle brand, including his clothing company, his record label OVOSOUND and his annual OVOFEST. Drake has reached great heights in recent years and he continues to create and dominate the global market.
Varner released her debut album, Perfectly Imperfect, on August 7, 2012, preceded by the release of the single "Only Wanna Give It to You". The album debuted at number four on the US Billboard Hot 200.
In 2009, Brown received much media attention after pleading guilty to felony assault of his then-girlfriend, singer Rihanna; he was sentenced to five years of probation and six months of community service. His third album Graffiti was released later that year, and included the top-twenty single "I Can Transform Ya".
Wale got his first airplay circa 2003-2004 with "Rhyme of the Century," thanks to the help of a local radio DJ who believed in his potential. This landed him in the Unsigned Hype column in Source magazine the following year. In 2006, Wale signed with the local start-up imprint Studio 43, owned by a former VP of Roc-A-Fella Records, and enjoyed a string of hits in the D.C.-Maryland-Virginia area that year. Many of those records sampled from '80s go-go -- a more raw, percussion-driven offshoot of disco originating in D.C. -- like the popular "Dig Dug," a tribute to Ronald "Dig Dug" Dixon of go-go band the Northeast Groovers. Smart use of the Internet and MySpace was also a big factor in his success, as it helped British über-producer and DJ Mark Ronson (known for his work with Amy Winehouse, Christina Aguilera, and Rhymefest) catch wind of the go-go MC in 2007.
Wale struck a production deal with Ronson's own imprint, Allido, and released the 100 Miles and Running mixtape that summer. Despite not being signed to a major label, he was met with a good deal of positive press, ranging from XXL magazine to The New York Times. After a bidding war that included offers from Epic, Atlantic, and Def Jam, Interscope finally grabbed Wale for its roster in early 2008. The full-length Attention Deficit followed the next year. In 2011 the Ambition album landed along with its single, Chain Music.
Daley first became prominent after co-writing and featuring on the Gorillaz 2010 single Doncamatic, having been spotted by the band's creator Damon Albarn early in his career as an underground artist on the London music scene. The song exposed him to a huge international audience, setting the stage for an inevitable solo career.
In 2011 his first solo work, the 'Those Who Wait' mixtape was independently released and achieved 150,000 downloads over its first twelve months. It introduced a left-of-center Alternative R&B sound, emotive songwriting style and soulful vocal performance that Daley has become known for, and created an online media buzz which saw him promptly signed to Universal - Polydor Records in the UK and Republic Records in the US, where he began working on a debut album.
In 2004, Lloyd released his solo debut single "Southside", the title-track of his debut album, Southside. The single features Ashanti, and it quickly charted on the US Billboard Hot 100, and became a Top 40 hit. His second album Street Love, was released on March 13, 2007. It featured top-twenty hits "You" and "Get It Shawty". His third album Lessons in Love, gave the singer his second top ten Billboard 200 album. Lloyd's career received an enormous boost in 2009–10 after being featured on the second single of Young Money's hit single "BedRock", gaining publicity from his presence on its guest list. Lloyd also released a 2009 EP entitled Like Me: The Young Goldie EP.
On March 13, 2010, Lloyd signed to Interscope and Zone 4. His fourth album King of Hearts, was released July 5, 2011.
Marcel first broke out of the Bay Area with his 7 Days Of Weak mixtape in 2013. Also co-signed by Saadiq, it spawned “Waiting”. That track went on to serve as his first official single, and it also introduced audiences to his striking signature vocal prowess. Moreover, tastemakers and audiences alike began buzzing about him.
However, 2015 sees him reach the next level. Fueled by his second soulful single "Spending The Night Alone", Marcel fully defines his enigmatic and engaging sound, merging stirring and sexy production from Rico Love and Jim Jonsin with dynamic vocal delivery.