The guitarist and producer Marvel Years (also known as Cory Wythe) has been witnessing a meteoric rise within the electro-soul and glitch-hop dance scene as of late. Marvel Years stands out from the rest of the pack because of his unique sound, which fuses his masterful and soulful guitar stylings with his characteristic sound that draws on glitch, retro-funk, classic rock, soul, jazz, hip-hop, and more. Since bursting onto the scene a few years ago, the young producer has earned the support of big names such as Pretty Lights and GRiZ.Today, Marvel Years is releasing a brand new single titled “Bigger Than We Feel” featuring rapper and vocalist JuBee. Like Marvel Years, the charismatic Colorado-based rapper is similarly quickly gaining fame within the EDM scene, with his patented throwback sound that fuses 1970’s funk with progressive southern rap securing him sit-ins with Pretty Lights at The Gorge and Northerly Island and Michal Menert at Red Rocks. “Bigger Than We Feel” is an uplifting and inspiring effort from the two rising stars. JuBee’s catchy and confident vocals pair perfectly with Marvel Year’s expertly produced and laidback electro-soul groove, with all the parts coming together to create a tune that’s a true pleasure to listen to.As Marvel Years told Live For Live Music about the new number, “The lyrics in this track really speak for the times. It’s an uplifting tune with a positive message inspiring personal and emotional growth. Despite the chaos we’ve been seeing around the world and how that makes us feel, we need to realize that we’re all a little bigger than we feel and we all play an important role into shaping our future.”Live For Live Music is proud to premiere Marvel Years new collaboration with JuBee, “Bigger Than We Feel”, below. For more information on Marvel Years, you can head over to his website here. For more information on JuBee, check out his Facebook page. “Bigger Than We Feel” is now available on all streaming services here. Enjoy the Spotify stream, and the lyric video below!
New Delhi: Johannesburg. Trent Bridge. Melbourne. All these three venues have one thing in common regarding Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling achievements. Two of these venues are similar in results, with India securing consolation wins. In Melbourne, India are on course for a famous win after the right-arm pacer took 6/33, his career-best figures and this third five-wicket haul in Tests to bowl Australia out for 151 and give Virat Kohli’s side a whopping 292-run lead. In the process, Bumrah became the first Asian bowler to take a five-wicket haul in South Africa, England and Australia in the same calendar year. His exhibition of bowling on day 3 in Melbourne was a masterclass and several analysts dubbed him the ‘total package’ and ‘Mr.360’ of bowling.Bumrah had already given a demonstration of the damage that he could cause on day 2 when he hit Marcus Harris on the helmet with a sharp bouncer. On day 3, he continued to work on that mental scar. Bumrah banged a short delivery on leg stump and Harris was late on the pull shot, the top edge ballooned to fine leg where Ishant Sharma took the catch. However, Bumrah produced the moment of the match which turned the tide firmly in Kohli’s favour.Read More | India v Australia, live cricket score: Bumrah 6/33, IND lead 300On the last ball before the lunch break, Bumrah bowled a slow, dipping full toss which sneaked under Shaun Marsh’s bat and he was trapped plumb in front for 19. The wicket before the break had given India tremendous momentum and they never loosened their grip. Immediately after the break, Bumrah produced another gem as he angled in a full ball that nipped back further off the seam to knock over Travis Head for 20. Australia held on until the tea break but following the resumption, Bumrah got Tim Paine with a delivery that straightened outside off and cleaned up Nathan Lyon (0) and Josh Hazlewood (0) in quick succession to enhance his reputation as India’s leader of the attack.Read More | Shami hits century as a pacer in overseas Tests – See this unique statThe Gujarat pacer had already made a mark on debut in Cape Town by taking four wickets, with AB de Villiers, considered to be the best batsman in the South Africa side, falling to him twice. On a spicy deck in Johannesburg, Bumrah’s 5/54, combined with Mohammed Shami’s 5/28 in the fourth innings gave India a consolation 63-run win. He has already taken 45 wickets in his debut calendar year, making it the most by a pacer ever.Read More | Watch – Kohli tries to run four, Pujara barely manages threeIn England, Bumrah missed the first two Tests due to an injury but when he returned for the Test in Trent Bridge, Bumrah took his second consecutive five-wicket haul and his 5/85 gave India a commanding 203-run win. In Adelaide and Perth, Bumrah had provided the breakthroughs at key intervals but it was in Melbourne where he displayed his class. His performance has given India a chance to create history and break decades of pain in Australia. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.