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A "DANGEROUS" DEBUT

Alex Rifkind's recently launched Chosen Music is celebrating the release of newly inked singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Justice Carradine's single, “Dangerous Love.”

Obviously, Alex is the son of well-respected biz veteran, Loud founder and hip-hop entrepreneur Rich Isaacson.

With "Dangerous Love," Carradine brings together alternative, R&B and rock elements under a hooky, pop umbrella. The artist—part Italian, Samoan and Apache—first gained a following after posting short clips on Vine. By 2015, he transitioned to YouTube, covering artists like The 1975, Post Malone and Ed Sheeran. This path eventually led him to pen his own work.

“Dangerous Love” also marks his first track since the independently released single “Okay” dropped in fall of last year. 

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