New music from Houston artists, November 27 – December 3
After a glorious week off for the Thanksgiving holiday, the houston artists returned with new tracks to help us get through the end of the year. Tauren Wells, one of a generation of Texas talent to be nominated for the 2022 Grammy Awards, has released the perfect Christmas cover and guitarist JonoJono returns with the deluxe version of his summer release. Aphasia.
Hyro the hero, “Children against the monsters”
Houston-born and Los Angeles-based Hyro The Hero delivers a rebellious and inspiring new single with “Kids Against the Monsters”. The track models its rock / hip-hop fusion and was recently featured on an episode of Kevin Durant’s sports drama Swagger on AppleTV +.
JonoJono, APHASIE Deluxe
JonoJono cannot be stopped. Today welcomes the deluxe version of his EP Aphasia which came out last July. The new project includes five new tracks and was baptized with the release of a new visual for his single “SHE” with OMB Bloodbath and Dontaskgen. Tracks like “Staying Inside” and “Addiction” lend themselves well to the Houston native’s stellar musicality, as he establishes melodic chords for each track.
Jones unconscious, GMMF
In his new album GMMF, Oblivious Jones makes it clear why enjoying people in real time means more than doing it after death. Short for “Give Me My Flowers,” the 10-track project includes Mo City Dee, Empress Ari and more.
Halston Dare, “Girls” (Remix)
Halston Dare’s pop single “Girls” received special treatment from fellow acclaimed Houston dance / electronic DJ, Riddler. The single was originally released earlier this summer. Riddler’s remix has already passed 50,000 streams and is the perfect song for a long jog and a night out with your team.
Tauren Wells, “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays” (Cover)
On the heels of her Grammy nominations, contemporary Christian artist Tauren Wells gave us the perfect holiday theme song with his cover of “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays” by * NSYNC. This special outing commemorates his early years working at Barnes & Noble where he sang in front of long lines of tired buyers in an effort to cheer them up.