The upcoming EP will follow the Chicago-raised artist’s latest release, a track titled “seaside_demo.” Moving away from exclusively releasing singles, IT’S OKAY, WE’RE DREAMING will find SEB “exploring the themes of freedom and endless possibility that follows high school graduation, as the world opens up to youthful ambition,” the press release reads.

“I’m so excited to be teaming up with a label who sees as far into the future as I do!” SEB said in a statement. “Mom+Pop truly embodies everything I value, so I knew I was making the right choice.”


Music media platform WorldStarHipHop announced that they have launched Worldstar Distro, a complete music distribution service for independent artists. The new service is powered by Create Music Group and helps indie artists by distributing their music to all of the major DSPs for the low price of $1.99 per month, according to a press release.

Artists who release via WorldStar Distro have the potential to receive exposure on the company’s sprawling social media channels, including WorldStarHipHop.com, YouTube and Instagram, each with millions of followers. Recent successes from WorldStar Distro includes Atlanta rapper Lil Donald, whose single “Do Better” was certified Gold by the RIAA.

Over the years, WorldStarHipHop has also been involved in growing audiences for artists like Cardi B, Kodak Black, 6ix9ine and Blueface.

“We see thousands of promising new unsigned artists come through our platforms every year,” said WorldStar executive Will Hoopes. “Being able to offer them additional support via WorldStar Distro is something that we’ve wanted to do for a very long time. Our partnership with Create Music Group, a company that is unparalleled in its work launching viral artists, ensures that WorldStar Distro artists will be backed by the latest distribution technology available anywhere.”


Country band King Calaway has signed with Red Light Management and plans to release new music this summer with Stoney Creek Records.

The five-piece act — comprised of original members Caleb Miller, Chris Deaton, Simon Dumas, Chad Michael Jervis and Austin Luthe — spent their downtime during the 2020 pandemic working on the new music. “As a band, we’ve been very eager to release the new music we’ve been working on this past year and to get back on the road,” they said in a statement. “We couldn’t be happier to have Red Light behind us in support of a new direction and an exciting new chapter.”

The yet-to-be-released music follows King Calaway’s 2019 album Rivers.



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