Maroon 5 teamed up with 2017’s it girl SZA on “What Lovers Do”, their latest single off of their still untitled sixth studio album. The track follows “Cold,” featuring Future,” and “Don’t Wanna Know” with Kendrick Lamar. A music video for “What Lovers Do” has been filmed, with videos from the set showing SZA dressed up as a nurse taking care of a bedridden Levine, and is expected to be released in the upcoming weeks. The single is yet another safe choice for Maroon 5, featuring all the familiar sounds that plague top 40 radio nowadays and Levine’s unmistakable high...more
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Even though a whole bunch of people didn’t think “Bad Liar” was a good song when it was intially released, the Selena Gomez track still ranks high up on the list of best tracks released this year, so far. With the release of her new album, still yet-to-be-named, looming, Gomez has unveiled a brand new track, titled “Fetish” and featuring American rapper Gucci Mane. Interesting, that’s the first word that comes to mind upon first-listen of the -produced track which hears Gomez’s aire vocals atop echos of a slow but delicate-sounding track. Hear the song above!
Well, it’s official. All the lads of what used to be One Direction, have either made it into the solo-sphere, become dads, or both. In the past month alone, we’ve heard a new single from Niall Horan and full-length debut album from Harry Styles. Up next? Liam Payne. Released moments ago Strip That Down, as the is titled, features Migos’ Quavo, and it makes Payne’s first solo release since leaving 1D and becoming a dad. Upon first listen, one could say that Payne is not going the stripped down, mellow route with his solo material. Instead, he is infusing pop...more
Right before 2016 ended, Camila Cabello announced her departure from what has been dubbed the biggest girl group in the past decade – Fifth Harmony. Though it became official in December, Cabello had collaborated with other artists outside of the quintet, the likes of Shawn Mendes and Machine Gun Kelly. Now standing on her own two feet, Cabello has marked her territory in pop’s coliseum with the unveiling of her brand new single, first-ever song with just her vocals, “Crying In The Club.” Per the writeup that anchored the single’s announcement, “Crying In The Club,” lifted off her forthcoming debut...more
It’s that time of the year again, you know, when all the main pop gals/guys offer up a single or two from an album they are working on, just in time to dominate summer. Last week, we heard new releases from the likes of Miley Cyrus and Harry Styles. This week, we are expected to hear new releases from Camila Cabello, Liam Payne (hotly-anticipated debut), and now, Selena Gomez. That’s right – Selena Gomez continues to be “Good To You” and us, unveiling the lead single, a song titled ‘Bad Liar’ from her forthcoming album. That’s not to say that...more
It’s gonna be MAY! You know what that means? Halsey‘s eagerly-anticipated sophomore album is coming next month. That’s right – ‘hopeless fountain kingdom’ is set to land on June 8 to be exact! The stunningly-packaged album comes backed by last months’s “Now or Never,” a Rihanna “Needed Me”-sounding number, skewed to aid Halsey’s crossover into pop radio. While the single keeps climbing on Billboard Hot 100, Halsey has released yet another song from the album, this one titled ‘Eyes Closed.’ The track, released days after the singer-songwriter announced she’d be hitting the road this fall, premiered on Apple Music’s Beats...more
The lads of One Direction are certaintly keeping their solo promises, at least for now, until they return as a group (if they ever do). While Harry Styles readies his first solo album for a May release, Niall Horan, the first of the group (as a four piece) to release a solo single, has unleased a follow-up single, titled “Solo Hands.” Preceded by the acoustic-leaning “This Town,” “Slow Hands” takes an uptempo route, making it an instantly catchy hit from the jump. Inspired by Horan listening to “80s stuff,” the single, “which happened randomly,” was penned by him, with help...more