Vevo announces ‘dscvr Artists to Watch’ 2018
Vevo Announces ‘dscvr Artists to Watch’ 2018
‘Artists to Watch’ highlights 20 of the world’s top emerging artists poised to break out over the next year
Vevo today released the complete list for their highly-anticipated ‘Vevo dscvr Artists to Watch’ list. The global list consists of 20 artists who they believe are poised to break out in the coming year. Vevo has premiered videos from two artists per day since November 6th, with the roll-out culminating today. Each artist was showcased by Vevo with a series of exclusive performances and related content.
Vevo has also published an electronic magazine to accompany the series, featuring photos and and features from all the artists to help introduce and connect them to new audiences. More information can be found on the ‘Artists to Watch’ Microsite vevo.com/dscvr.
The 2018 Vevo ‘Artists to Watch’ are:
"Supporting and nurturing new artists is at the heart of our mission as a company, and dscvr is where an artist’s journey with our audience begins,” says Tom Connaughton, SVP Content & Programming, Vevo. Our Vevo dscvr “Artists to Watch” list has become a very sought-after campaign, and we've partnered with an amazing group of artists this year. It feels like 2018 is going to be another exciting year for new music globally.”
Vevo has a long history of helping emerging artists break through to new and wider audiences. Past alumni of Vevo’s dscvr series include Jack Garratt, James Bay, Years & Years, Wolf Alice, Sam Smith, Jorja Smith, Maggie Rogers, Alessia Cara and Ella Eyre, many of which went on to become Vevo LIFT artists. Vevo is committed to working with artists at an early stage of their career to create unique content that brings their music to life visually and provides a catalyst for exposure to new audiences on the Vevo platform.
November 20, 2017 1:32pm ET by VEVO