Fresh off the heels of their run on the sold-out “Purpose” tour, Post Malone enlists Justin Bieber, also known as his “big bro,” on Deja Vu. Deja Vu, which surfaced online today (Sept 8), is slated to appear on Malone’s forthcoming debut album, Stoney, due out before the year ends. The ever-enriching Post Malone stays true to his roots on “Deja Vu,” the beautifully-chilled mid-tempo pop/r&b jam poised to do wonders on the US club scene.
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2015 has been one of the most exciting years in music in recent years. Every month saw the release of at least one fantastic album, many of which went unnoticed. Thinking about it, it’s crazy that in one year alone, Justin Bieber, One Direction, Lana Del Rey, The Weeknd, Adele, all released albums. As the end of the year is near, Trendio’s editors narrowed the albums that made quite the impression, one certain to last way beyond 2015. Check out our picks for ’15 Best Albums of 2015′ below and be sure to drop a line, agreeing / disagreeing with...more
Of all the lists we have had to compile, this, by far, was the toughest. Why? Narrowing the best tracks that were released in 2015 is like finding a needle in a haystack, the haystack being all of the great songs that were released this year. The saying “‘Tis the season” was applicable to the better part of this year as every single day, there was a brand new gift – in the form of music – to be unraveled. To make things less difficult (well, sorta), each Trendio editor was asked to pick five of their favorite songs born...more
The time has come. Justin Bieber’s eagerly-anticipated album Purpose is now avaliable…on iTunes! As previously reported, this is Bieber’s first official album in a couple years, a momental moment in his career after the year he had in 2014. Per iTunes, the album’s deluxe edition comes with nineteen (19) songs, two of which are chart-topping singles, “What Do You Mean?” and “Where Are Ü Now,” which also appeared on Jack Ü’s album. Fans who pre-order the album were instantly given a new version of “What Do You Mean,” one many deciphered after a couple teases, featured Ariana Grande. Head over...more
As the release date for Justin Bieber′s eagerly-anticipated fourth studio album Purpose approaches, the “Sorry” singer-songwriter has lifted and unleashed two brand tracks from the album. One of the two songs, shared today (Nov. 9) on Beats1, is The Feeling, Biebs’ collaboration with tumblr user turned pop star, Halsey. The other, a song titled Love Yourself, is an impressive ode, many believe is about his past flame, Selena Gomez. Love Yourself hears Bieber take shots at Selena Gomez the lady in question. “My mama don’t like you and she likes everyone,” he shades sings. Moving on to Halsey-guested “The Feeling”...more
Justin Bieber is obviously not f**king around this era. It all began with “What Do You Mean?,” the lead single of Purpose, his forthcoming LP. After topping Billboard Hot 100, WDYM was followed by yet another smash, Sorry, which, if not for Adele, would have topped Billboard Hot 100. Continuing his streak of release flaw-free songs, Biebs drops “I’ll Show You,” a lighter ballad about being constantly judged by the public. “My life is a movie, and everyone’s watching.” On this track, accompanied by a video, Justin sings about proving his haters wrong, by “showing them,” but most importantly, by...more
In today’s not-so-surprising news, Justin Bieber’s made another hit for the radio. Following the release of his Billboard Hot 100-topping single, What Do You Mean?, Justin Bieber returns with Sorry. Curated with help from Skrillex and Blood Diamonds, Sorry is the second release from Justin Bieber’s eagerly-anticipated album, Purpose. It premiered across different Top 40 radio stations in the States, today, a day ahead of its iTunes release. Like What Do You Mean?, Sorry is a somewhat new and exciting take on pop music. With traces rooted in EDM, Sorry hears an apologetic Bieber, wondering it is “too late to...more