The born-dig­i­tal mu­si­cians and You tube sen­sa­tions to add to your playlist now

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Alex Aiono

At just 21, this mul­ti­in­stru­men­tal­ist has amassed nearly half a bil­lion views on YouTube. His fame grew ex­po­nen­tially af­ter pro­duc­ing “flipped” ver­sions of the hottest hits, with his mash-up of Drake’s “One Dance” at al­most 55 mil­lion views. His first full-length al­bum is set for re­lease in late 2017 by In­ter­scope.

Madi­son Beer

This New Yorker cat­a­pulted into the spot­light af­ter Justin Bieber tweeted a link to her cover of Etta James’ “At Last” when she was just 13. She has since launched a num­ber of sin­gles but her cov­ers and ul­tra-sexy dis­po­si­tion are what keep her al­most-nine mil­lion fol­low­ers click­ing.

Wil­liam Singe

He started out on TV, but it’s how the 24-year-old re­builds chart top­pers with dif­fer­ent in­stru­ments and smooth-as-silk vo­cals that has scored him a multi-mil­lion dol­lar deal with RCA Records. His de­but sin­gle “Rush” has over five mil­lion views on YouTube, and he just wrapped up a sold-out tour across Aus­tralia and Europe.


Si­lence is an es­sen­tial el­e­ment in spa­ces that help you re­flect, re­lax, and truly dis­con­nect. Cre­ate con­tem­po­rary spa­ces for qual­ity quiet time with th­ese plush pieces in dis­creet tones with bev­elled curves.

MOOD 2017 col­lec­tion, Flex­form

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