Channel R has curated an incredible lineup of some of today’s hottest emerging artists for the Channel R Radio Festival. A livestream event on October 8 featuring live sets from headliners 4th Impact, Brianna Musco, Future Kings, Kelli-Leigh, Stacey Jackson & The Four O’Clock.
Our headlining artists cover genres from pop, EDM, dance, P-pop, pop-punk and more! Learn more about them below and check out their music on our special Spotify Playlist.
The Channel R Radio Festival will be live-streamed RIGHT HERE on our website and simulcast on Channel R Radio at 12pm PT/3pm ET and again at 6pm PT/9pm ET on Saturday October 8, 2022. Additional livestream times for your local timezone below.
Join us on October 8 and support our emerging artists. RSVP for the Channel R Radio Festival below.
International girl group, 4th Impact made a huge impression coming in 5th place in the UK version of The X Factor and since then has peaked at No.10 on iTunes Brazil with the 2020 single, “K(NO)W MORE.” Last year, the girl group co-headlined alongside SB19 for the crossover orchestra concert, Forte that earned them praise for blending classical sounds with P-pop music live. Since then the sister group joined Sony Music PH and Show BT PH. This year they released “Here We Go” & their latest “Tapat Sa’yo.”
UK based house duo Future Kings draws drawing from a rich tapestry of influences from the UK rave scene through to early 2000s garage and pop. They broke through with their Karen Harding collaboration ‘Rely’ surpassing 12 million streams, and receiving airplay on major stations across the UK in addition to a placement on hit TV series Love Island. And they’ve had several tracks since including “Is It Enough“, “Peace” and “Brick House.” We’re excited about their upcoming new music too that will draw from some incredible influences!
Kelli-Leigh is a Grammy Nominated powerhouse from South London ammassing over 500m streams worldwide and the voice behind tracks such as I Got U, Duke Dumont ft Jax Jones and Second City, I Wanna Feel that both went straight to No.1. In 2018 Kelli-Leigh self-released her debut singe ‘Do You Wanna Be Loved Like this?’ on her independent label Music Core. Continuing to release independently and collaborating on records with other artists Kelli-Leigh is building a unique brand and path in the music industry.
Stacey Jackson is a singer/songwriter, entrepreneur, TV presenter & mother of 4. She became an inspiration for stay-at-home moms when she shot to fame, having launched her music career at age 40. Stacey has gone on to release 4 albums & over a dozen singles including “Live It Up” with legendary rapper Snoop Dogg. She’s toured the world, stepping out in her trademark high heels & hot-pants. Fitness also plays a huge part in Stacey’s life. Through her online workout videos she encourages women to be the best possible versions of themselves.
StevenCharles is a Haitian/Canadian/ American R&B singer-songwriter ready to share his brand of colorful, unique upbeat music with the world. StevenCharles currently resides in NYC and is majoring in Vocal Jazz and Music Business at the University of Columbia. He works closely with his brothers, Dr. Kevin Charles and Reggie Charles to create rousing musical and lyrical content made to motivate the masses. He has just released his third single “My Destination,” and is currently working on his first EP “INDIGO” for Summer 2023.
Founded in 2017, The Four O’Clock quickly established their signature sound in alt-pop with a hint of nostalgia. Meeting at a show in Connecticut, Colin, a solo singer, and guitarist and Zack, a multi-instrumentalist, and producer become close friends and musical collaborators. The Four O’Clock was noticed by renowned musician Fred Mascherino (The Color Fred, ex-Taking Back Sunday) which led him to produce the first two singles, MET YOU, a collaboration with Lisa & Nick was released in April 2022. Next single, Maybe, is set for September 14, 2022.
|City||Livestream #1||Livestream #2|
|London||4pm||2am (Nov 19)|
|Singapore||12am (Nov 19)||9am (Nov 19)|
|Sydney||3am (Nov 19)||12pm (Nov 19)|