Hailee Steinfeld is all grown-up in her new music video for “Starving”, her newest hit featuring Zedd and up-and-coming producing duo Grey.
The visual, directed by Darren Craig (Ke$ha’s “Die Young”, Rihanna’s “What Now”), shows the 19-year old singer performing while surrounded by dancers in a dimly lit warehouse. The song has been climbing the charts, reaching both the Top 10 on iTunes and Pop Radio. Seems like a hit for Steinfeld.
Watch the video below.
While they continue to dominate the charts and radio in the United States and beyond, American duo The Chainsmokers have released a brand new single. Going off their latest three releases, it should come as no surprise that this song features a pretty fantastic female artist, this time being Phoebe Ryan.
If you’re wondering why they have all these hits and still no album released, the duo – comprised of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pal – took their official twitter to let fans know, compiling an album is a lot different from releasing single. more »
Since the finale of Chasing Destiny, the television show they were formed on with help from Kelly Rowland and Frank Gatson Jr., June’s Diary has gone on to do some pretty great things.
For starters, after signing a major recording contract with Epic Records, they released their first official single as a group, L.A.N.C.E.. Then, a video of the ladies – Ashly Williams, Brienna DeVlugt, Gabrielle Carreiro, Kristal Lyndriette, and Shyann Roberts – singing the Black National Anthem went viral. In the midst of the craziness, the ladies announced they will be hitting more »
It’s been over a year since Katelyn Tarver’s incredibly catchy single “Weekend Millionaires”, and it took a while but its follow-up is finally here. We’re talking about the pristine, semi-angsty, quarter life crisis anthem “What Do We Know Now”.
The track was officially premiered on Zane Lowe’s World First earlier today. Over a bouncy beat, Tarver’s sweet vocals float easily as she recounts stories about growing up, doubt and uncertainty.
“Twenty something / living easy / always time to waste. Boys are calling / Girls all breezy / Giving them a chase” sings Tarver in the track’s more »
How this is our first time featuring American rock band Hey Violet is truly beyond me considering as a band, they have as steadily released tracks showing maturity far beyond their years.
Back in August, the four-piece – signed to 5 Seconds of Summer’s Hi Or Hey Records – released Brand New Moves, their second EP under the moniker Hey Violet.
Earlier this week, Brand New Moves was followed by a brand single, likely to appear on the band’s forthcoming (?) debut album. As the title suggests, the track highlights a etch for more »
Incase you didn’t know, we love Fridays like a lot. We also love you very much hence why we are sharing Sabrina Carpenter‘s stellar new song with you.
Preceded by On Purpuse, the newly-released “All We Have Is Love” provides a taster for her sophomore album, Evolution, due out October 14.
Written a little over a year ago, All We Have Is Love is a polished pop galore with spoken word sass melted over skeletal beats.
Carpenter is set to hit the road for her first-ever headlining tour, kicking off in October. We more »
He may have just turned 18 in August but Shawn Mendes processes a musical mind of much ingenuity. Though many are quick to assume his music is skewed for a much younger generation (think Justin Bieber when he first started), Mendes has been kicking ass behind the scenes, pushing lyrical boundaries which set him apart from his musical peers.
First coming to attention in 2014, after being discovered through popular social video app Vine, the Canadian singer-songwriter steadily built a reputation for himself, releasing his debut album Handwritten in April 2015. With the album’s more »