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OutLoud Culture Front Page Exclusive: INsiders Guide Exclusive Interview With Australian Recording Artist And Songwriter Rhia

A noted songwriter, she’s written and recorded tracks for her upcoming releases, including a collaboration with highly successful electronic duo Break Science (Grid of Souls, Pretty Lights Music), Chores (Best Electronic Act, Breakthrough Artist of the Year), as well as recent collabs with Simon Cohen (Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg), and Illy (Anne-Marie, 15 x ARIA Nominated Artist, 2 time ARIA Winner).

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This is all about showcasing new music, and we’re spotlighting 6 songs this week. We have a really cool pop track from HEADPHONE HAIR | Americana/folk/rock/alternative artist GLENN THOMAS | Rock band COLD KINGDOM | Rap/hip-hop group THE URBAN RENEWAL PROJECT | Producer DAVID BARON | Pop singer RHIA.

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New Music: Rhia - Fire

Australian artist Rhia unveiled her new single “Fire” on May 20th.

Produced by Samuel PK Smith (Bebe Rexha) and and co-produced, edited and written by Rhia, “Fire” is a pop-electro record about breaking free.

“It’s about finding your strength from an environment, friends, family, love or something else which is holding you back and squashing you,” says Rhia.

Rhia’s voice has been heard by audiences at The Sydney Opera House, Tamworth Music Festival, and alongside Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, Mr. Harry Belafonte. The Australian-born recently collaborated with renowned artists on her own project, including producer and drummer Adam Deitch (Justin Timberlake, John Scofield, The Average White Band), and songs with Borahm Lee (Kanye West, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Matisyahu).

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Poparazzi: Listen: Rhia – ‘Fire.’

A spark ignites when Rhia’s newest single reaches its chorus. As the song begins, ‘Fire.’ is a slow burn, with its opening verse starting off haunting, whispery and slow, building momentum until the chorus is unleashed — and with it a rollercoaster of emotion as Rhia croons “I’m gasoline and fire, watch me come alive.” There’s power in her vocals, and they take an already catchy song to the next level.

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FYIG Chats With Singer/Songwriter Rhia

You’ve recently released your latest single called, “Fire”. Tell us a bit about that song.

Yes! I originally wrote it to pitch to another… Read more

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Wonky Sensitive US

Happy New Music Friday everyone! Below you will find a roundup of some of this week's best new music by some of today's most promising female artists. Also, be sure to check out our comprehensive Spotify playlist at the bottom of this page which includes all these songs plus songs that we previously featured earlier this week. 
Enjoy! xoxo

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Music Is My Radar

Rhia Bahree is a sublime singer/ songwriter who comes all the way from Australia. She’s an impressive individual with a strong engineering background, plus she’s been working in the Music Industry for over 19 years. Some of Rhia’s accomplishments include thousands of performances across Australia and the U.S. to crowds of over 400,000 fans. Her voice has been heard by audiences at The Sydney Opera House, Tamworth Music Festival, and alongside Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Winner, Mr. Harry Belafonte.

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Vent's Magazine Rhia Releases New Single “Fire”

Produced by Samuel PK Smith (Bebe Rexha, Keeping up with The Kardashians) and co-produced, edited and written by Rhia, “Fire.,” is an electro-pop anthem built on soaring vocals and melodic hooks. Rhia’s powerful voice creates a hauntingly atmospheric feel that sweeps across the booming melody to an intense, epic burst of rhythm and synth. Her soaring vocals are a reflection of the freedom the lyrics espouse—lending an emotional evocation to the message of finally breaking free. From the sky-high notes to the soft, subtle whispers at the quietest moments, Rhia commands every moment of the immersive arrangement. It’s a track that grabs hold of your attention and refuses to release you until the journey is over. Check out Rhia’s unforgettable and remarkable track,  “Fire.”

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