NOTD? It’s pronounced ‘noted’, FYI.
Ah. And they are? Samuel Brandt and Tobias Danielsson from Stockholm in Sweden. They rose through the ranks as remixers for other artists, and are now producing bangers for themselves. Here’s their latest one – ‘I Wanna Know’, featuring Bea Miller.
What’s it like? A dance track which sounds like a pop song. Which is our favourite kind of dance track. And actually, our favourite kind of pop song too. We like this tune a lot, needless to say.
The 23-year-old Louisa Lippmann is the new star on the volleyball field and will soon also focus on ASICS as an international testimonial Multiple German champion, cup winner, Supercup winner and volleyball player of the year 2017 – the list of successes of Louisa Lippman has expanded rapidly in the last two years. Not for nothing is the native of Herforderin in the scene as a shooting star with international potential, at least since the change from Dresden to Schwerin SC also brought on the field the breakthrough.
In addition to determination and ambition, the 1.90-meter-tall player convinces above all through her outstanding athletic ability, which she impressively demonstrates, for example, with one-armed pull-ups. Especially the positive charisma and enjoyment of the movement, which conveys Louisa in all claims in high-performance sports, were the reason why ASICS as one of the leading volleyball providers Louisa Lippmann as a face for the international brand campaign
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Any Polish child can tell you that the cure to everything is Pierogi!
World Peace = PierogiFamine = PierogiDepression = Pierogi
You name a malady and Pierogi are the remedy!
So it’s no wonder that Mee And The Band have written a passionate song about getting ‘Keep Your Hands Off My Pierogi!” These homemade little dumplings are created with great love and a lot of skill, every family fights over the last one, just in case it really is the last one ever!Which is ludicrous, because a world with no Pierogi is like the atmosphere without air, non of us could exist on this planet without Pierogi.We might as well have called it Planet Pierog not Earth!
Any way, this song was written as a a christmas time joke gift for ‘Mee And The Band’s’ family, where 32 of them convene under one roof to celebrate christmas Polish style. Traditions include, waiting for the 1st star to appear in the sky before beginning a meal that consists of, 13 courses! And although not all of the courses are to everyone’s taste, all family members agree on one thing and that is that the highlight of the evening is…..you guessed it PIEROGI.
Mee And The Band, a dual heritage Pop Star ,celebrates her ethnicity through the love of Pierogi and through her poetic license lyricism combining both the Polish and English language, a hybrid mix she dons as Ponglish! In the song, the character she portrays is a possessive obsessive wife prepared to beat her own husband to protect the Pierogi “Mama sent for Mee.” The cast of the video are all trying to steel them from her – it’s all a little bit, well, ‘bonkers’!
As Matoma gears up to release his sophomore album, he drops off the next single from the forthcoming project. “Lonely” featuring MAX is a bouncy tropical jam that is sure to evolve into a party anthem. The song is a follow-up to the emotional “Slow” featuring Noah Cyrus, which was released back in February.
“‘Lonely’ is a song about fake people that aren’t there for you and bring you down with their negative energy,” explains Matoma. “I get my energy all the time from the amazing fans I meet, but I also have low points like anyone else, from the industry politics, fake people or whatever else has negative energy. I also think when people hear this song they will relate it to their own experiences, because everyone has ups and downs. But it’s always important to take that negative and make it something positive.”
In regards to working with MAX, Matoma says: “There are just two words I can say about working with MAX: holy moly! This guy’s energy is insane! He’s not just an amazing artist and writer and singer but also a performer. I’m so pumped to have a song together and can’t wait to perform it with him at festivals this summer.”
It seems the sentiment is also shared by the “Lights Down Low” singer: “Working with Matoma is such a dream. His energy and passion are infectious and he just knows exactly what he wants when we create together which makes it so much more exciting. Such a joy to be able to dive deep into the meaning of this song. The people that are there for you in trenches are the ones you want with you when you are basking in the glory and that’s what this song is all about. Avoiding those fake people who just want to jump in your life with things are good.”