Over the past few years, our neighbors north of the border have broke onto the music scene topping charts across all genres. Even more impressively, the up-and-comers plan to maintain the bar that the established-stars (such as Drizzy and The Weeknd) already have set. And now, the city’s soulful songstress Veronica Domingues makes her DJBooth debut with her Junia T- produced new single, Keep On. We are no strangers to the live instrumentation from the Smash Brovaz’ member, and with Veronica’s powerful voice, it wasn’t difficult to predict that the two would compliment one another sonically. Keep On highlights Domingues’ passionate voice, a quality that would allow her to remain relevant during any generation, reminding listeners of that feel-good love story our parents grew up on. Keep On is the first release off her forthcoming EP, Just Chill, due May 14 and produced entirely by Junia- T.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Veronica’s Customatic-directed Just Chill visual.
Written by Joven Haye on 05/31/13
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