audio Vanda - "Beside Yah (Remix)" - featuring Kelvo

After releasing her debut record single Beside Yah in June this year, upcoming singer-songwriter Vanda recently released a follow-up remix to her aforementioned song—and, this time around she's teaming up with Kelvo. With that said, give it a listen below.


 

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Bla Jedza

apprentice
Who is Vanda signed to?

I mean her original song cover isn't quite appealing.

This new one for her remix is a little bit better.
 
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Fionnuala

guest
Who is Vanda signed to?

I mean her original song cover isn't quite appealing.

This new one for her remix is a little bit better.

I guess she is signed to herself since she uses DistroKid to distribute her music on DSPs.
 
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Mairead

guest
Who is Vanda signed to?

I mean her original song cover isn't quite appealing.

This new one for her remix is a little bit better.

Why should it be a big deal who she is signed to?

What matters is do y'all like Vanda's music or not, hmm?
 

Nehanda

newbie
@Bombastus well, she's new in the game there is always room for improvement.

@Bla Jedza why do y'all always expect indie artists to have a full-fledged team?

Everyone starts from somewhere, at least she is making an effort: chasing her dreams.
 
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Walter

guest
@Nehanda good music will always find an audience.
Ha ha ha! Yes, if they are lucky because recording artists and record producers are oversaturated nowadays.

@Bla Jedza indie artists don't always start as full-time musicians. They can have other hustles on the side—that's not an impossible task. If those indie artists end up finding an audience willing to stream their content on DSPs, then that's great news: you gotta have exposure.

Perhaps at some point, they could, later on, make a living as a music creator. Otherwise, I don't think anyone should get into the record business expecting fat checks from music publishing royalties and getting rich with the snap of a finger. You gotta work, to create and be recognized. Something not all folks can do, fo' sho'.
 

Borrowdale Barron

grand master
@Walter yep, due to an over-saturation of mediocrity and the overwhelming amount of music released on a daily basis on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music and etc, I often find myself not having ample time to find what I like, but I don't see it as a big deal, it gives me the incentive to try new and different things constantly.
 
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Niamh

guest
@Walter yep, due to an over-saturation of mediocrity and the overwhelming amount of music released on a daily basis on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music and etc, I often find myself not having ample time to find what I like, but I don't see it as a big deal, it gives me the incentive to try new and different things constantly.

Right, but I don't the quality has drastically gone down. In actuality, quite a few good things have happened. For one, music has become more personalized to taste. Everybody can easily choose an artist or a band that suits their preferences.

Additionally, since payola radio playlists no longer repeatedly dictate what you hear, you can find it all on your own and be exposed to a lot more stuff. In conclusion, it is now simpler to have an open mind when it comes to music.
 
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Aileen

guest
@Bombastus well, she's new in the game there is always room for improvement.

@Bla Jedza why do y'all always expect indie artists to have a full-fledged team?

Everyone starts from somewhere, at least she is making an effort: chasing her dreams.

Word life, the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. You ain't told no lie.
 
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Siobhan

guest
LMAO, let's keep it 100, m'kay.

In order to cut through the noise, you've got to have the machine behind you.

I blame that on these things: compromised music outlets (i.e. payola), biased MSM, or PR entities with an agenda.
 
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Imogen

guest
I blame that on these things: compromised music outlets (i.e. payola), biased MSM, or PR entities with an agenda.

Everyone has got to eat. Methinks you all ought to snap back to reality expeditiously.

There's no point for any corporate entity in showbiz to push an act if they aren't eating.

Free lunch for what? Journalists, bloggers, and content creators have got bills to pay too.
 
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Conor

guest
@Borrowdale Barron it's not that there's too much music, it's that some individuals have an unfair advantage over their peers in the entertainment industry, often stemming from aspects like paying for behind-the-scenes PR representation, networking to get a promo on DSPs' curated playlists. Hence, for every industry plant out there are dozens of acts that will never break outside of their local scenes or niche market to make it mainstream.
 
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Liam

guest
I blame that on these things: compromised music outlets (i.e. payola), biased MSM, or PR entities with an agenda.

Isn't it news at eleven that there's a greater amount of carefully curated celebrities whether it's in Hollywood or the business of music? The ability for videos to go viral and songs to spread to millions of people isn't democratic at all; it's still in the hands of those who control major mainstream media entities. You also have got to toe the line when you make it otherwise you can end up being canceled for wrongthink.
 
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Darragh

guest
@Nolwazi Kwayedza in contemporary times where the average Tom, Dick, and Harry needs a decent laptop to run a DAW, an audio interface, and budget studio monitors I am sure we can all arguably say that creating music is without a doubt the easy part in comparison to the days of old.

However, getting noticed is the real hard part, and unfortunately, the only way new artists are going to make it in this day and age is with money. You need a tonne load of money to get your music out there and get seen by the world. No one is going to bother with your music if you just upload it to the internet without any hype, sheeple love to follow what they are told to follow i.e. trends or editorial playlists.
 
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