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Brittany Bosco shines on debut release City of Nowhere Southern Neo-Soul Diva kicks Auto-Tuned pop stars to the curb with her fresh style

Brittany Bosco shines on debut release City of Nowhere Southern Neo-Soul Diva kicks Auto-Tuned pop stars to the curb with her fresh style

Brittany Bosco shines on debut release City of Nowhere Southern Neo-Soul Diva kicks Auto-Tuned pop stars to the curb with her fresh style

Classically trained as a vocalist since the 7th grade, Bosco’s rich, lush voice and diverse musical influences effectively bridge the styles and eras of musical pioneers from Ella Fitzgerald to Erykah Badu. Blending neo-soul, R&B and jazz, singer Brittany Bosco’s debut release City of Nowhere cries out for the music industry to restore the diversity it once cherished. For Bosco, pop music has strayed into the City of Nowhere, a non-descript place that, while trying to please everyone, has lost the individuality that once made it special. “I want to back to that place where it was,” Bosco states. “I want to take people back there with my music.”

Culling tracks from producers across the country, including Alex Goose, Mel B and Tokyo Joe, City of Nowhere is a seamless expression of the young singer’s quest to restore heterogeneity to popular music, flowing from the pulsing, four-on-the-floor back beat of “Studio 54” to the swooning, atmospheric “DayNight,” or from the throwback soul of “Fairytale Dream” to the experimental title track “City of Nowhere.”

The 8 songs on the EP represent almost 2 years of Bosco’s life, a project she started, then set aside. “I had to stop for awhile because I was trying to find myself and trying to develop a sound,” Bosco says. “Then I decided I’m really going to do this, and picked it back up.” Recorded and engineered by S.O.L. Essential producer/emcee Lloyd Harold at the AWOL Inc. studio in Savannah, the end result marks the arrival of one of strongest new voices to come out of the South (or anywhere) in recent years-a talented, driven young woman who eschews the Auto-Tune and reverb aided pop tracks that fill the airwaves to bring tha

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