CHM focuses on promoting new musicians

CHM Supersound has promised more new voices to be featured on the airwaves in the coming months.

The music label has been identifying potential artists in their project to bring new sound to PNG.

The first to drop this year was Kid Nesian with Stap Wantem Yu.

“We’ve come across a lot of good talent, Brian is one of them and there’s going to be a lot more coming up,” CHM manager, Artist & Repertoire, Renata Mari told Loop PNG.

“All these recordings were done last year but because we didn’t have the platform to monetize those songs, we didn’t release.

“But this year is going to be a good year for these talents and we want PNG to hear the new type of sounds that they’re bringing,” Mari added.

She said Taz was one of the artist introduced in the first project, whose music changed the industry.

Brian Kepi (Kid Nesian) is from the second project who has again changed the music scene bringing a positive feel at the time when there is so much negative content on the airwaves about women.

“We have some more projects coming up and we look forward to getting more people to come in and show us what they’ve got,” she said.

Mari explained that interested persons can reach out on the CHM supersound FB page inbox – upload a demo and send the link or video or tell them about your passion.

“We’re interested in writing skills as well as vocal skills and they have to have a different sound. We don’t want too many Lister Serums, K-dumens or dAdiigii’s; we want somebody that has that different voice.”

Gloria Bauai