MP3 Phoenix J - Junkk (Music for the Soul)
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Eurasian Fusion - singer songwriter blending world music with ambient, dance, electronic and urban/hip-hop beats.
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Singer-songwriter Phoenix J has created a style that is as exotic as her Oriental heritage.
Phoenix J (a translation of her Chinese birth name, Hong) is one of those artists who truly defies categorisation. Listening to her music, you’ll pick up the beats, bass and rhythms of contemporary dance / hip hop, the chill out vibes of ambient music, some irresistible pop hooks, beautiful Asian influences and more. Much more.
Phoenix has also performed all over the world, choreographing and staging her inventive performance to rave reviews. And in so doing she has won many fans.
A truly 21st century international performer... she was also the winner of the Best "Dance" category in JPFolks Music Awards in the USA, and voted Best Female Pop Artist in the Singapore National Arts Council Radio Jam awards.
For more information visit her website on https://www.tradebit.com.
JUNKK (MUSIC FOR THE SOUL)
Dice (Essex FM)
"Nice soulful vibe throughout the album. Got to be an artist to look out for... definitely a hot one with a very good writing style."
Graham Clark (Maximum FM)
"This is a brilliant album! I can hear influences here from j lo through to moby. If she had a big record company behind her she would be massive. Very promising."
Pete Farmer (Switch FM)
"Very cool & mellow - perfect for our warm up zones both on the radio and clubs."
Neil Matthew (Phoenix FM)
"She certainly has a distinctive sound... and when ’love science 101’ came along ... wow! That track stood out head + shoulders + screams to get plenty of radio play."
"You’ve risen to the TOP of what we believe is the LARGEST MUSIC AWARDS PROGRAM IN WORLD HISTORY.. with over 35,000 songs and over 2,400 albums entered"