I’m not quite sure if it’s because I use the word “Babe” so many times (every day) or if it’s because I’m just feeling nostalgic over hearing that distinct Taylor Swift country-pop sound, but I am really liking Sugarland’s latest offering.
Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa are capturing my Spring vibes perfectly with their deep house jam One Kiss.
Rita Ora and Liam Payne‘s For You didn’t quite do it for me. But Hailee Steinfeld and Bloodpop‘s new song from the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey – Freed soundtrack is hitting me right in the FEELS.
Australia’s Kylie Minogue spent most of her time writing and recording her upcoming album Golden in country music capital, Nashville. The album’s lead single Dancing gives us a taste of what’s to come from the singing budgie’s new musical direction.
Just incase you haven’t heard it yet…Country music darling, Carrie Underwood has gone Pop in her latest single, not just country pop, like full on pop (with the exception on her signature twang).
Troye Sivan’s debut album, Blue Neighbourhood served as both; an escape and an accompanying soundtrack of my epic 2016. So, I was absolutely excited to finally hear the first taste of Sivan’s new era – My My My!
After going through some 20 versions of Finesse before the track even made Bruno Mars’ latest album 24K, the singer decided it needed one last remixing before its commercial release… Enter Rap industry’s hottest new commodity, Cardi B.
Did Maroon 5 take a few pages out of Gwen Stefani‘s book? Their new song sounds like a masterfully made track for Gwen – only she’s not even a featured artist in it.
You know how Justin Bieber was (key word) the only person who stood in the way of Despacito and One Sweet Day‘s record? Scrap that idea, Tay Tay has roared back with her brand spankin’ new single Look What You Made Me Do.
Back in July, Thirty Seconds To Mars asked their American fans to submit home-made videos of how they celebrated 4th of July. Those clips now serve as the backdrop to the band’s lyric video for their latest single Walk On Water.
One person stands in the way of Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber from equalling or even surpassing Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men‘s long standing record.
Absolutely loving Liam Gallagher‘s nostalgic Oasis-esque new single For What It’s Worth.