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Sunday, November 12, 2017

Best New Music 2018: Maya Law (The Promise - Ep. 1)

Sunday, November 12, 2017

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While I turn my attention to more visual content, writing in-depth, extensive blog posts still has a place in my musical heart, albeit fitting around my increasingly busy schedule as the new Neighbouring Rights Management Executive for Phoenix Music International (hey look! It’s me!). Sorry for the silent treatment.

I’m proud to hold a reputation of supporting unsigned and upcoming talent, offering free advice whenever I possibly can, to help artists reach the next level in their career. It started in the very early days of concert promoting (offering new bands the opportunity to support the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club, Wild Beasts and more) and long will it continue in whatever venture I lead.


The Promise is a new series to continue my support. Accompanying my ‘Such Great Heights’ Podcast (which you can watch here if you want to learn more about the Music Industry), I focus on the best upcoming talent who I truly believe will be big names in the next 12 months. Think of it as your chance to jump on board before they hit the big time (you can thank me later).

If you’re keen to hear exciting new talent before they break the mainstream, make sure you subscribe to my YouTube channel here – the more subscribers: the more content I’ll produce so… why not tell a friend?


Episode One of The Promise features Maya Law, a soulful 18-year-old r’n’b singer-songwriter from Norwich, UK. Back in March 2016, I spoke with Maya for the blog by way of an introduction to her, her music and her ‘wise-beyond-her-years’ talent.

Influenced by Amy Winehouse and The Fugees and more, it’s been a pleasure watching her rise in popularity and artistic maturity. So naturally, she was the first artist I approached for The Promise.

Maya discusses the importance of music growing up, how pivotal the likes of Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles were to her, working with Allergy Kid on recent album ‘Her or Him’ (listen on Spotify) and her plans for the near future.

I want The Promise to be an opportunity for these artists (and their fans) to look back at where they were in their career, the targets they set for themselves and how quickly they reached them in their path to the top.

Let me know what you think of Episode One by commenting on YouTube. It would really help if you liked the video on YouTube and share it with anyone you think may enjoy it. If you think you know an artist that deserves to be featured on The Promise, then send me a tweet on Twitter, or message me on Facebook.

Always here to support new music. Always here to support musicians. Always.

Until next time…

Best New Music 2018: Maya Law (The Promise - Ep. 1) - Sunny Stuart Winter


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