Following his CMT Awards performance, Zedd has premiered the music video for his Jon Bellion-guested single, “Beautiful Now.” “Beautiful Now” is the second single from Zedd’s recently-released album, “True Colors.” The music video, which is now available for viewing on VEVO, was written and directed by Jodeb. Unfortunately, Jon Bellion is not featured in the music video itself (sad face emoji) but it does tell a brilliant story. Oh and “Beautiful” now is on its way to smashing pop radio in the United States. Can’t bloody wait. Watch the music video below!
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As previously reported, Zedd teamed up with Trendio favorite Jon Bellion for a song on his sophomore album, “True Colors.” The song, titled “Beautiful Now” has been selected as the second single from Zedd’s album, as such it is set to impact Top 40 on May 26. It comes preceded by Selena Gomez-assisted “I Want You To Know,” which debuted on Billboard Hot 100. To aid its promotion, Zedd and Jon stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform the single for the very first time on television. Watch their splendid performance below!
We literally cannot decide if we want Jon Bellion to become extremely popular or for him to remain our incredibly talented and underrated gem. Putting our selfish thoughts aside, everyone deserves to hear at least one Jon Bellion song in their lifetime. The song he just released, “Woke The F*ck Up” will be a very very good start. “Woke The F*ck Up” was shared on soundcloud on Monday, following a whole weekend of Jon teasing his fans about new music. You know what is so phenomenal about Jon? He writes and produces all of his music. In the current state...more
Zedd‘s sophomore album ‘True Colors’ isn’t set to be released till May 19. But as “True Colors” is one of this year’s most-anticipated albums, it has made its way online more than a week in advance. The album features collaborations with Selena Gomez (“I Want You To Know” which was the album’s lead cut), Echosmith, Bahari, and many many more. Per All Access, the next single from the album is Jon Bellion-assited “Beautiful Now.” It is slated to impact Top 40 on May 26, meaning you’d hear it on the radio (in the U.S.) a lot. The promo for the...more
DJ and producer Zedd has finally unveiled the tracklist for his upcoming studio album True Colors. The album includes collaboration with the alternative-pop band Echosmith, who ascended into stardom with their sleeper-hit “Cool Kids”, Youtuber-turned-popstar Troye Sivan, and up-and-coming pop song mastermind Jon Bellion. The lead single “I Want You To Know” featuring Selena Gomez managed to peak at #17 despite the lack of promotion. The song was recently certified Gold in Australia. The German-Russian DJ also premiered his promo single “Addicted To A Memory” featuring the indie trio Bahari earlier this month. Zedd’s True Colors is set to be released on...more
Blessings on blessings on blessings! Jon Bellion has just released a brand new song, following last month’s “Woodstock: A Psychedelic Musical Fiction.” The track, titled “All Time Low” was made available on Spotify midnight Tuesday (April 14). In related news, last week, after Jon had announced his headlining tour “The Definition Tour,” tickets sold out in a matter of minutes. Jon responded to fans who were upset about not scoring tickets by tweeting, “It’s Weird For Me To Start To Do VIP and Meet And Greets. I Loved Being Able To Meet Hundreds Of People After Shows!” Adds Jon, “But It’s...more
Festival season is almost here, and it looks like Jon Bellion is ready! After teasing his fans for a whole week, Bellion unveiled “Woodstock (Psychedelic Fiction)”, a track that was influenced by festival history and culture. The track is Bellion’s first single from the follow-up to 2014’s The Definition. “Woodstock” is our first taste of Bellion’s new sound, and it sounds like nothing he has done before. The track blends a serene melody, Bellion’s radio-ready vocals, and guitar riffs that sound like they could have been played at Woodstock to create a truly unique track. In Bellion’s own words, he...more