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SFPL Premiere: Demiana Esposito Delivers Powerful Vocals On “Forever”

15-year-old recording artist Demiana Esposito continues to impress with her new release “Forever” produced by Destyn Hill who is known for his contributions to Fetty Wap‘s platinum debut album. The only way to describe “Forever” is an energetic fairytale with A pulsating beat reminiscent of 90’s club music with a modern pop feel.

The best way to describe the official single is that it’s an energetic fairytale with a pulsating beat reminiscent of 90’s club music with a modern pop feel.

Demiana says:

“I have so many exciting things going on that I can’t discuss at the moment and the support has been amazing. I just want to continue creating great music like “LIAR”  and  “FOREVER” for my friends and supporters to enjoy.”

Get into “Forever” above with the bright young star!

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Pat Er’son – “Don’t Cry” Produced by Destyn Hill

It’s a new week and that means more new music from New Jersey native, Pat Er’son. Today, the artist drops off his latest track entitled “Don’t Cry” produced by Destyn Hill (Fetty Wap, Kid Ink).

In the song, Er’son has his eyes on a stripper of a local strip club, as he lets her know that there’s a better life with him, outside of being on the pool.

Check it out above.

Upcoming LP The Moment coming soon.

Twitter: @Pat_Erson_

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Pat Er’son feat. Mr. B & Destyn – “Questions”

After after the overwhelming success of New Jersey rapper Pat Er’son‘s Ice Cream Girl” gaining over 450K plays on Soundcloud, he now teams up with super producer-rapper-singer Destyn Hill to deliver another sure fire banger for the ladies entitled “Questions”, also featuring Mr. B.

The song explores the thoughts a man has about his lady and if she really is a “ride or die, down a** chick” — or just in it for the fame.

With musical inspiration from the likes of Missy Elliot and Pharrell Williams, the talented rapper has found a sound that brings out his personality.

Pat Er’son says:

“I have become more noticeable these days. I’ve never had a problem with the ladies but now it’s getting a little crazy, but I’m not complaining . I know a majority of them don’t have my best interest at heart so I did this song to tell the ladies what me and most men are really looking for”.

Check out the song above and let us know what you think!

Twitter: @Pat_Erson_