Primary Wave Entertainment Launches Cure8, A New, Digital-only Label Created to Release Compilations of Well Known Artists Covering Well Known Hits

Earlier this week, Primary Wave Entertainment announced the launch of their new, digital-only label called Cure8. Today, the label released disCOVERED, Vol 1the first in a series of compilations where well known artists cover well known hits. Available via all digital retailers, Vol. 1 features nine covers including Parachute’s version of “The Middle,” Dawin’s cover of “Stitches,” and Krewella’s take on “Mine.” When asked why they chose “Mine” the ladies of Krewella said, “We love melodic, addictive hooks and the chorus of ‘Mine’ is undeniably catchy. We put our own spin on the song with our vocal performance, along with the very talented BKAYE who crushed production.”

See below for full tracklisting.

Based out of New York, Cure8 is very much a 50/50 partnership with each artist who appears on our compilations. Artists deliver a finished cover song and Cure8, via the in-house team at Primary Wave Entertainment, provide marketing, press, playlisting, sync opportunities and more. No other label is concentrating strictly on covers, despite them performing incredibly well on DSP’s. Cure8 is looking to change that.

disCOVERED, Vol. 1

Parachute “The Middle” (Zedd f/ Maren Morris cover)

Krewella featuring BKAYE “Mine” (Bazzi cover)

Dawin “Stitches” (Shawn Mendes cover)

CeeLo “Africa” (Toto cover)

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors “My Hero” (Foo Fighters cover)

Adventure Club featuring Sara Diamond “Feel It Still” (Portugal. The Man cover)

Greg Laswell “Now Or Never” (Halsey cover)

Secondhand Serenade “Issues” (Julia Michaels cover)

Young Rising Sons “Tell Me You Love Me” (Demi Lovato cover)

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