Who watched the VMA’s last week??? From the jaw-dropping performances to the hottest celebrity gossip, we’re still not over it here at Neon. To honor Sunday’s best artists, we’re featuring up-and coming musicians in this week’s Trending Report. You never know who might be the big star next award season.
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Cader has past and upcoming shows with Mike Posner, Jeremih, Kesha, Cheat Codes, Elephante, Alessia Cara, and more.
Recently, Cade plays festivals at Beyond Wonderland, Foam N Glow, Miami Music Week.
2. Carly Pearce
Carly’s debut single “Every Little Thing” currently sits at #15 on the charts and rising. Her first full-length album Every Little Thing will be released October 13, and is scheduled to play on the TODAY show on October 15.
Currently wrapping up an eight city tour with Bobby Bones, Carly is moving on to support Eric Church in September, and Brett Young’s “Caliville Tour” from October 14 – December 16.
3. August Alsina
August Alsina released his debut album Testimony in 2014, which charted at number 2 on the Billboard Top 200. This Thing Called Life, August’s sophomore album, debuted in the top 20 and featured “Hip Hop”, his most successful single to date.
He’s currently working on his third album, and planning to tour starting in July with support from Rotimi and Tone Stith. This summer August is confirmed to headline L.A. Soul Festival Summer 2017.
4. Marc. E. Bassy
San Francisco, CA born singer/songwriter, Marc E. Bassy, was signed to Universal Republic Records after his release of Only the Poets in 2014 and East Hollywood in 2015.
Marchas been support on G-Eazy’s “When It’s Dark Out” Tour with A$AP Ferg in 2015. His 2016 Groovy People EP included the smash “You & Me ft. G-Eazy which charted on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. He’s headlined his almost completely sold out Groovy People Tour across the U.S. in Fall 2016.
In July 2016, it was announced that Rapsody was signed to Jay-Z’s record label Roc Nation. Rapsody is the only featured rapper on Kendrick Lamar’s acclaimed album To Pimp A Butterfly.
She has performed at the White House along with Terrace Martin, Herbie Hancock, Robert Glasper, and Aretha Franklin at International Jazz Festival. She toured with Mac Miller in 2011 on the Incredibly Dope Tour, as well as Phonte and 9th Wonder, and performed at the 2012 Paid Dues Festival.
In 2012, Hot 97 included Rapsody in their list of “Who’s Next” artist of the year as well as The Source Magazine’s “Rising Venus” list of female artist. She is currently working on her sophomore album to be released in 2017 on Jamla/RocNation.