Get used to the name Tangina Stone. The Brooklyn by-way-of-Ohio singer-songwriter's music combines elements of pop, R&B, reggae, rock, soul music and even punk -- creating an eclectic soundscape to accompany her strong vocals and penetrating lyrics. Trust us when we say you'll be hearing a lot about this up-and-comer in the near future.

Don't let the song's title fool you, 'Cops,' the debut single from her upcoming EP 'The Fall,' isn't a meditation on current events as much as a tale of love gone wrong and a jealous lover who became abusive and wound up facing the consequences of his actions.

Her voice and words are powerful and her passion is palpable as she sings "Since you thought you could get violent/ you're in a padded room of silence and that's why I called the cops ..." to her former lover. But don't just take our word for it. Give 'Cops' a listen below and you'll anticipate the Sept. 1 release date of her 'Fall' EP as much as we do.