After yesterday promising to drop a new single if their “Conversation” music video reached 10,ooo views on YouTube, local band 2 Mile Hill kept their promise and released the lyric video for their latest song “Get Over” at around midnight this morning. At the time of publishing, the lyric video had already accumulated 100 views. See it at zgemag.com
An undeniable slow jam, lead singer Mahalia Cummins sings to her lover, inviting him over “after hours” for some “deep, deep conversation.” See it at zgemag.com.
A song called 'Conversation' is definitely a nice way to start 2018. 2 Mile Hill will surely be a buzzword with this conversation-starter The latest track from the popular Bajan band hits the airwaves this morning, Wednesday, January 10. And as a gift to fans, 2 Mile Hill has made ‘Conversation’ available for [limited] free download from their website www.2milehill.com. Read the full article on loopnewsbarbados.com.
Local band 2 Mile Hill has got the Conversation started with their newest musical release and video The latest track from the five-member group hit the airwaves on Wednesday and as a gift, fans can download it for free. Infectious song. Read the full article at nationnews.com
Mahalia sings The Star Spangled Banner at Barclays Center NYC - Brooklyn Nets vs. Utah Jazz | NBA 2017. The band also performed after the game to a full house in the Billboard Lounge. See the full video of the anthem below. Mahalia sings The Star-Spangled Banner at Barclays Center
Mahalia's Corner is back for a 7th Season and 2 Mile Hill will be cranking out some nice vibes every week at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre starting Sunday, 17th September as well as supporting an exciting line-up of emerging and established artistes …with a regional flavour! Yes, we said REGIONAL!! #updeting Much love to the Day One's, and to those who joined us in between, thanks for staying with us. We really appreciate you. See ya soon. Get ALL THE DETAILS at Mahalia's Corner on Facebook or Instagram
IF YOU SEE Chadd Ifill play the drums in the band 2 Mile Hill you will understand when he says he has too much energy. As he sits on his drum throne, the 26-year-old is dynamic in his style and seems to be lost in his own world. His sticks hit each piece of equipment in his set with so much force and pressure that it is no wonder they sometimes get broken. Catch the full article on Nationnews.com