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Nyasia Chane'l singles "Midsummer Dream" & "Rain" both added to Heart & Soul on SiriusXM

Updated: Feb 29

New York-based R&B artist Nyasia Chane'l continues her run of producing impactful music. Her latest singles the titular track off her summer EP "Midsummer Dream" and stirring R&B mid groove jam "Rain" recently found a new home on the SiriusXM station Heart & Soul.

Nyasia's unique blend of Afro-Caribbean rhythms and soulful R&B melodies. "Midsummer Dream," a musical journey through a summer romance filled with excitement and heartbreak, unfolds as Nyasia's soulful storytelling reveals the complexities of love, the track not only delivers an unforgettable sonic experience but also explores the introspective theme of self-discovery within romantic relationships.

"Rain," a sultry and romantic R&B gem, captures the essence of the desire to fully commit to a new love. Nyasia Chane'l draws inspiration from R&B legends such as SWV, Ashanti, and New Edition, solidifying her position among the creators of classic "elemental love songs." Nyasia's soulful voice effortlessly glides over sensual melodies, creating an irresistible connection with the audience. "Rain" becomes a heartfelt declaration of affection, resonating with listeners on a profound level and establishing Nyasia Chane'l as a force to be reckoned with in the R&B genre.

Nyasia Chane'l has garnered significant radio play domestically and internationally. With her songs featured on station like New York's Hot 97 & Power 105, Dublin 104FM, Jamaica's The Bridge 99FM & more. However, achieving airplay on SiriusXM's Heart & Soul channel marks a significant milestone in her musical journey.

Heart & Soul Radio is the Home of Adult R&B from yesterday and today from artists including Charlie Wilson, Mary J. Blige, Kem, Jill Scott, Toni Braxton and more. This places Nyasia in good company. Nyasia Chane'l possess a sound that transcends boundaries and lyrics that touch the soul, Nyasia is set to make a lasting impact on the world of R&B.


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