80's Pop Legend Shines Again
New York City, New York Sep 25, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - The 80's & 90's filled the airwaves with soulful and meaningful music performed by artists who actually had stories to tell.
The lyrics and versus were so precise, so meaningful, it touched your hearts every time you turned on the radio dial. Tales of love, pain, joy, heartbreak & loss took you on an emotional Rollercoaster.
Whatever you were going through in your life during the 80's & 90's, I'm sure there was a song that was able to provide comfort during your time of need. Those days are long gone.
Music today isn't what it used to be. There's no passion and no thought. We live in a world where mumble rap and pointless metaphors have taken over the airwaves, decimating the fundamental purpose of what music stood for until now.
Independent record labels are now bringing those same legendary names back from the 80's/90's in a bid to reclaim the charts & bring music back to its core fundamentals. Here is the story of one such label.
SixCentz Records, an independent record label based out of Queens, NY recently signed 80's/90's pop sensation "CYNTHIA" who was best known for her chart-topping hits, Dreamboy/Dreamgirl, Endless Nights, Change on me & countless others to record a new single entitled "List of Broken Hearts"
Andre Faria, CEO of SixCentz Records stated the following: Cynthia is a very dear friend of mine, she's beautifully talented and humbled with a resume of Billboard hits, I believe by adding her vocals to a modern sound will show these young artists how music should be released.
Andre further mentioned that "List of Broken Hearts" will feature a G-Unit rapper, but refused to elaborate further on which artist it will be.
SixCentz Records has spawned 6 top 20 iTunes albums in Pop, Dance, R&B & Hip-Hop genres which have generated millions of streams to date.
We're anxiously waiting for this new single to hit the airwaves.
More information will be available at www.DreamGirlCynthia.com
Jeremy Landron, National Press Release
P.O. BOX 5678, Los Angeles, CA 90001
Source :SixCentz Records
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