After the skyrocketing overnight success of her debut single “Alaska”, Maryland’s Maggie Rogers is back with a sentimental new single. This marks Rogers first release under her new record label Capitol Records.
In the form of a sweet love song, Rogers reassures her lover that her loyalty surpasses time. “Come what may. I’ll still stay inside your mind for all of time. Singing, ooh We will be alright in the afterlife” sings Rogers in the heart-tugging chorus.
“Dog Years” is now available on iTunes and Spotify.
Listen to it below.
“Gold” singer Kiiara has unveiled her brand new music video for fan favorite song “Feels”, off her debut EP titled low kii savage. While “Gold” is still occupying the top spots on the charts, the 21-year old alt-pop singer is ready to move on to her next hit.
In the Andrew Donoho-directed clip, the rising star is seen losing control of her emotions and watching them become a force that destructs everything that comes across her path.
Watch the music video for “Feels” below.
Kiiara’s low kii savage EP, featuring “Gold” and “Feels”, is now available ICYMI, Kiiara is set to more »
First came her own imprint, then came an EP, now, Charli XCX has offered up a brand new single, most likely the lead cut of her forthcoming third studio album.
Produced by Stargate, the Lil Yachty-guested track is titled After The Afterparty and it is the quintessential Charli XCX, in the sense that it is bop-worthy right from the jump.
The soaring record, certain to satisfy your musical taste buds, re-marks Charli XCX’s terriority as the reigning Queen of modern, sophisticated pop. Hear it below!
Dua Lipa, without question, is one of the best things to happen in 2016. Songs after song, she has managed to amaze us.
Her self-titled debut album is out in February and our money is on it being one of 2017’s best offerings. Think about it – the album comes preceded by songs like “Be The One,” “New Love,” oh and don’t forget about her most recent single, “Blow Your Mind (Mwah).” So yes, with all certainty, Dua Lipa will take no prisoners come 2017.
February is still a long time from right more »
About time. After serving up her vocals on Clean Bandit’s “Tear”, Louisa Johnson has shared a brand new track online.
The X Factor-winning singer-songwriter christened the Steve Mac-produced “So Good” as the lead single from her eagerly-anticipated debut online.
Penned by Ed Drewett and Chelcee Grimes, the aptly-titled hears Johnson’s raspy vocals atop a steadily-subtle beat as the track builds to a crescendo of anthemic proportions.
Hear it below!
Next month, the ladies of Little Mix will release their fourth studio album, Glory Days. Earlier this month, the four-piece released the album’s lead single, Shout Out To My Ex, an easy No. 1 for the group.
Following the unveiling of the track listing of Glory Days’, Little Mix shared a brand new track from the album. The track, titled “You Gotta Not” and it was penned by Meghan Trainor, making it one of the only tracks of the album penned by someone other than the four of them.
Though “Shout Out To My Ex” is more »
Incase you missed it, Bebe Rexha‘s debut album finally has a name AND a release date. That’s right, “A.Y.F.” is slated to be released on January 17, 2017.
The first taste of the album, Nicki Minaj-assisted No Broken Hearts, was released all the way in March but today, it’s follow-up arrives.
Titled “I Got You,” the track hears production credits from Captain Cuts, the musical-geniuses behind Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance.” On first listen, it is clear that the new direction for the aforementioned album is set and Rexha may finally have more »