Barbados native Hoszia Hinds is recognized as one of the new breakout artists from the Caribbean. Hoszia Hinds lead the 2012 Flame Gospel Awards with nine nominations, of which he won Artist of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Best Rap song of the Year.
Here the video for ‚Can’t Live Without You‘ of Hoszia Hinds
Hoszia released his first single, “All I Need” in 2006, which earned him his first nomination from the Gospel Flame Awards as New Artiste of the Year. He then followed up with the album, The Coming Out, in 2008 and produced his first music videos for “I’m Calling” and “The Coming Out.” He won the Gospel Flame Award for Most Improved Act and was nominated for the Gospel Music Channel Awards USA Soul category where he was a top 5 finalist along with artists such as Marvin Sapp, Dewayne Woods, Blind Boys of Alabama and Kevin Lebar. His intuitive ability to deliver a positive message of Christ through his song and testimony landed him an opportunity to be featured on The Word Network and Family Magazine USA by Dr. Bobby Jones. He was nominated that very year for Gospel Music Channel Awards USA Soul category as a top 20 finalist. His musical versatility covers such genres as Urban, Contemporary Gospel/Reggae, Pop, Alternative and R&B. Hoszia’s music videos have aired on the Gospel Music Channel, Tempo, MTV, BET Gospel, JCTV, among other TV & Radio Stations around the world.
Little River Band is considered to be one of Australia’s most significant bands. Worldwide album and CD sales now top 30 million. They also set a record for having Top 10 hits in the US for 6 consecutive years… the first band to achieve that mark. According to BMI, their song « Reminiscing » has garnered rare status with over 5 million airplays on the American radios, and « Lady » is close behind with over 4 million airplays.
Here the video ‚The Lost And The Lonely‘ of Little River Band
Little River Band was rightfully inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame at the 18th Annual ARIA Music Awards of 2004.
Headlining their own major shows in America, and touring internationally with the likes of the Doobie Brothers, Supertramp, America, and the Eagles was a huge learning curve that honed LRB into one of the finest live bands in the world.
Through the years LRB has thrived as a highly respected and constantly in-demand outfit, going about their craft with a dedication to excellence and professionalism that few, if any, can match. The Little River Band nowadays is stronger than ever: there is a new element of youthfulness and vitality, anchored by leader and consummate lead vocalist / bass guitarist Wayne Nelson, who began his LRB career in 1980.
Wayne says: « The songs on the new album have been either written by the band or submitted by songwriters from the Nashville scene. We tailored all the songs into the traditional LITTLE RIVER BAND mold… smooth AOR arrangements with lots of vocals and guitar harmonies ».
The LRB lineup offers a combination of talent and professionalism which shines on the new songs as well as in the live show. Last year alone more than 85 dates were played covering the USA as never before. From Portland to Fort Lauderdale and New York to LA, fans of the band were treated to an entertaining mix of classic songs and new material.
David Joseph was born in the exotic country of Haiti and has lived in Sweden for almost 15 years. He has always been fascinated by the song as much as dance and had a dream of himself as artist in focus. David had very good contact with Chris and decided to work together. „Irresistible“ was his first debut single, and now his back with a new single „Let It Go“.
Here the music video for ‚Let It Go‘ by David Joseph
He trained at the Ballet Academy in Stockholm in dance and has worked extensively as a professional dancer and participated in various events, musicals and tours in Sweden and abroad. In addition to Sweden, he has also lived in London, Turkey and Spain. He currently works as an artist at the Stockholm City Theatre.
He has taken a lot of singing lessons and practicing diligently almost every day. One day he was invited to a studio in Vasastan of Swedish rap artist Ayesha where he met a music producer named Chris Ljung aka „The Light“ Chris Ljung is known to have been included in the Swedish euro cult group Flexx in the mid-90s with Kajsa Mellgren which then was replaced with Laila Bagge.