It's a challenge, though, that Sigma have embraced on their new single 'Changing', teaming up with flame-haired songstress Paloma Faith to broaden their reach further. "I don't understand playing by the same hand/ How you find something new," she soulfully growls over lavish orchestral sweeps and Roadrunner-paced beats, taking 3 minutes 28 seconds leave from the emotive ballads she has built her reputation on. Providentially, Paloma's profoundness couldn't echo more accurately; both acts have played a fresh hand and, unsurprisingly, the final result has come up trumps.
'Tonight (We Live Forever)' veers away from the well-trodden path of shot-downing and clubbing to the equally exhausted vein of love. "I have the best time every time you're by my side/ 'Cause we're living for tonight," they sing with just the right amount of "woahs" and an uplifting "It's all good" refrain. Union J may be upping their game by taking on songwriting duties for their new album, but their decision to play it safe ultimately stops their lead track from progressing little beyond the realm of 'party time' throwaway.
“My Type” starts with a single horn, without much force. But force surfaces very quickly, because the rest of the horn section jumps in. Then, percussion and guitar add to the sound. During the song, the horns and the band choir jump in and out. And a piano is used effectively starting at the 2:10 mark. There’s a lot going on, but the song never becomes “too busy.”
What Are You Waiting For? is a song by English-Irish girl group The Saturdays. It was co-written by Uzoechi Emenike, Carla Marie Williams, Annie Yuill, Florrie Arnold, Tim Deal, Brian Higgins, Miranda Cooper, Tove Nilsson, Luke Fritton, Matt Gray, Gavin Harris, Nick Hill and Toby Scott, and produced by Xenomania and Higgins. It was released on 10 August 2014, as the lead single from the group's upcoming first compilation album, Finest Selection: The Greatest Hits
Stunting on an all-white, synthetic island. Wearing all-white clothing. Chilling with women clad in all-white. These are the things you can find Chris Brown doing in the new video for "New Flame," an Usher and Rick Ross-assisted track that will live on his upcoming album X. Also featuring a burning X, the video is about as luxurious as hip-hop videos get these days, with seemingly no holds barred when it comes to budget, concept and execution. Two people n this deserve special shout-outs: one is the girl in the red dress, the other is Ross, who refuses to wear a shirt.
There's not much Messina could do to make us hate him. Except maybe break Agron's heart. Granted, in real life this would be impossible since Messina is actually married to someone completely different. In the world of Sam Smith's new song "I'm Not The Only One," the two high-power stars are married, but Messina is hookin' up with another girl. While Agron's Glee alter ego would indeed burn the house down, Agron's music video character only fantasizes about it and then takes a much different approach.
Konnen wir uns bitte mal kurz die Zeit nehmen fur dieses visuelle Prachtstuck, Szene fur Szene genie?en und uns daruber unterhalten, was die EASYdoesit Crew aus Kreuzberg wieder fur ein wunderschones Werk abgeliefert hat? Das Musikvideo zur sommerlichen Single “Prayer in C” vom franzosischen Alternative-Pop Duo Lilly Wood & The Prick im Robin Schulz Remix zeigt uns die Einzigartigkeit, Schonheit und Ausgelassenheit unseres geliebten Berliner Kiezes – komprimiert auf knapp uber 3 Minuten Asthetik.