New Artists 2023

new artists 2023

From creating viral hit songs on TikTok to touring globally, new artists can reach audiences through various means – be it releasing an exciting debut album or performing at an audition show for TV competition shows; or through collaborations with established musicians.

Hemlocke Springs’ outlandish pop music is unapologetically weird. She may rap about needing light or play around with Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” yet all these eccentricities remain fully in its purview.

Kim Petras

Surusinghe has captured the attention of influential producers like Dan Snaith (Daphni, Caribou) and Four Tet, making a name for herself in electronic music. Surusinghe’s dance tracks blend percussion-heavy electro with synth flourishes and South Asian influences into an infectious mix that promises to ignite dance floors across the country.

Petras’ hit, “Heart to Break,” has amassed millions of streams on Spotify while garnering the attention of a predominantly LGBTQ fan base. She has also made waves in TikTok; where her song Unlock It became a viral success that ultimately earned her a publishing deal with Dr. Luke.

Petras has already given Olivia Rodrigo’s Good 4 U a country spin with her twist. In 2019, expect more of Petras’ blend of R&B, Afrobeat, and rock music from her.


With the music industry currently in an unstable state, new artists are fighting back. While live audiences remain below pre-pandemic levels and ticket prices continue to climb rapidly – musicians have made the best out of a difficult situation, creating fresh sounds from across genres.

Riovaz embodies Gen Z with her ability to seamlessly switch between hip-hop, dream pop, retro synth sounds on tracks such as ‘Prom Night’. Her infectious sound is emblematic of being born and raised online but at the same time her goal is to explore a more profound, introspective side of R&B music.

Before her musical breakthrough, Houston rapper Monaleo studied mortuary science. Since then she’s put her expertise to use through rapping about death with humor and defiance on TikTok as well as opening slots for Billie Eilish opening slots – with 2023 set to become hers!

Natalie Jane

Natalie Jane has an uncanny ability for creating unforgettable hits. From American Idol season 18 contestant to viral sensation on TikTok, Natalie Jane has already made her mark. At just 18 years old she transformed Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy” into an infectious parking lot anthem and is ready for the next phase of her career.

Caity Baser may be relatively new to music, but her unique brand of humor sets her apart from the pack. From attacking unfair exes (‘X&Y’) to lamenting friendship-with-benefits arrangements (‘Friendly Sex’), this young songwriter provides entertaining songs that resonate with fans – she even performed at major festivals like Reading & Leeds this year!

P-rallel’s multi-genre sound is revolutionising the UK club scene. Her eclectic production includes everything from house and garage music to UK funky and Amapiano; her 2022 single “Forward” stands as a testament to her ability to transcend genre conventions.

Leon Thomas

Leon Thomas is an award-winning entertainer renowned for his acting, singing, and songwriting talents. With credits spanning movies and television shows as well as mixtapes and EP releases to his name he has established himself as an American artist who can do anything from voice work for Nickelodeon animated series such as Backyardigans to playing Andre Harris in Victorious.

He stands 5ft 8 inches and weighs 72kg, sporting black hair and brown eyes, as well as having a strong frame.

Lana Lubany burst onto the scene through her TikTok hits, making an impressionful first impression as an emerging artist. Boasting traditional Palestinian sounds combined with Western pop sensibilities, Lana is sure to stand out. Her debut project will arrive sometime early next year.

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