Christinna O

Christinna O

"Shelter" is the latest offering from 19-year-old Philadelphia-based R&B singer and spoken word poet Christinna O. Produced by Rogét Chahayed ("Sicko Mode," "Broccoli") and Wes Singerman (Rich Brian, L Devine), "Shelter" is a study of the complicated pain of a passion of love being taken for granted, pulling together influences from contemporary artists like Frank Ocean and singers Christinna's parents introduced her to like Aaliyah. “This last time last year, I was writing/conceptualizing this song in my grandmother’s bathroom,” Christinna says. “I was having more than one account where something or someone was making my love feel small in the world.” A Miami native and a rare queer voice in R&B, Christinna is also a rising spoken-word poet who's competed in the NAACP's national slam poetry competition. She found her way to music and poetry in her early teens while being home-schooled to avoid bullying she'd faced in school. Her EP "Girl in Passing" is slated for release in 2019.

Flavia is an electronic/pop artist based in Los Angeles. Her music employs elements of dark pop and futuristic R&B. Guided by her lush vocals, Flavia explores the borderland of yesterday’s soul and tomorrow's electronica.

After spending her formative years in Dublin, Ireland, and Florence, Italy, Flavia moved to Los Angeles to pursue music. With the help of her producer, Ethan Allen (Ben Harper, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Daniel Lanois), Flavia has created an EP that is a world unto itself.

Trapped between reality and ethereal dream world, Flavia’s poetic lyrics cut to the core with their vivid imagery and emotional content.

Amindi K. Fro$t is a singer/songwriter from Los Angeles, California. A self-taught musician, she picked up an interest in music at the age of 12 and has been growing ever since. Five years later, she has written a plethora of songs and has worked with multiple up and coming artists, developing a fresh sound with each track at only the age of 17. Keep up with this artist-to-watch!

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