"I'm a Freak" is the third English (and overall fifth) single from Enrique Iglesias's upcoming album, Sex + Love, which will be released on 18 March 2014. The single was released worldwide on January 14, 2014 and features American rapper Pitbull
Food (stylized as FOOD) is the upcoming sixth studio album by American recording artist Kelis, due to be released April 21, 2014. It is her first album to be released under Ninja Tune, which she signed to in 2013. Kelis describes the album as "a kind of unspoken lovefest".
We have been waiting for a long time for new music from Milow, but the wait is (almost) over. His new single We Must Be Crazy is finally out on radio in some European countries (Germany, Belgium). Check out the single cover above and the song below, as he's already performed it on some gigs.
On September 30th, Justin Timberlake released the second part of his album The 20/20 Experience. And since we didn't review the first installment, now is the perfect time to review The 20/20 Experience: The Complete Experience in its entirety.
The new soul, pop, rock singer debuted Tuesday the video for his infectious booming ballad, "Gimme Your Love," a song about instant attraction. While the lyrics describe bliss in standard terms, his pacing, emotive delivery makes him distinct.
The track is popular with the club"s supporters, who change the lyrics of the chorus to "Peter Pawlett, baby" after their 22-year-old midfielder. The song is back in the Top 20 at number 19 while it has gone to the top of the charts in Scotland.
"Welcome to the Jungle" does not deviate too much from the inescapable sound of the group's previous releases, it all comes down to powerful vocal performances from all four ladies and one hell of an infectious beat. With a fresh reggae/EDM-influenced vibe, (is that really a thing?), Neon Jungle deliver some fast-paced rap verses about making a kitty cat purr and putting your hands on their bodies before the dance breakdown that will make anyone and everyone move and bounce.
BRIT Award nominee Birdy has revealed details of her brand new single 'Words As Weapons', which will release on April 14 via Atlantic Records. The singer will also play the final date of her sold-out European Fire Within Tour at London's Forum on March 4. Since releasing her UK top 10 album Fire Within last year, Birdy has been touring the globe, performing her soaring songs to the masses. Speaking about the new single
The Get To Know You EP is filled with four songs with a predictable theme – love and relationships. This could easily have been guessed; what better way to build a fanbase than by letting teenage girls feel like Jai is singing 'I want to get to know ya' directly to them? This is something often seen on One Direction's albums, and is obviously a marketing/musical strategy that works
Blue-eyed crooner Robin Thicke has teamed up with "Love and War" songstress Tamar Braxton for the official remix of his new single "For the Rest of My Life" lifted from his chart topping sixth album "Blurred Lines".
The leaks from 50 Cent's long-awaited new album Animal Ambition continue to arrive, most recently with the new track "Smoke." The track sees Fiddy sharing airtime with Trey Songz, who belts out some melodic verses. Most importantly, however, the song was produced by Dr. Dre, who updates his timeless beats with some Ibiza-ready synth stabs.
As we get closer to B.o.B.'s December 17 release date for Underground Luxury. The track is available to iTunes, but you can get a sneak preview below. On the track, Bobby Ray puts his personal struggles on wax.
South London rapper Sneakbo has teamed up with Tujamo and Plastik Funk for explosive new single 'Dr Who', set for release on 23rd March via 3 Beat Records. Created by German producer Tujamo and German House duo Plastik Funk, the instrumental version 'Who' became a huge summer anthem. But now, with the addition of Sneakbo's vocal over the funky, crowd-rousing beat, 'Who' has been upgraded to 'Dr Who' and is set to become a club favourite across the country.
Xscape is the upcoming second posthumous compilation album of previously unreleased tracks by American recording artist Michael Jackson. It will be released on May 13, 2014 by Epic Records. Xscape is the second album of new material to be released by Sony Music Entertainment since Michael Jackson's death in late June 2009.
Dennis Princewell Stehr, better known as Mr. Probz, is a Dutch hip hop artist, songwriter and producer of Danish and Antillean descent. He is known for his raps, songs and choruses in both Dutch and English.
Back in 2012, Showtek and Justin Prime released a little tune by the name of “Cannonball”. Since then, the track has been played by countless superstar DJ's, charted in three countries and received numerous remixes across all genres. Flash-forward to 2014 and the track is still killing it. About a month ago, it was re-released with vocals from none other than Matthew Koma and it now has a music video to go with it. The “Cannonball (Earthquake)” video is the complete package, as it is full of some sweet battle scenes and special effects that perfectly complement the song.
"Everything Is Awesome!!!" The track's four-four beat, "party forever" refrain, and general totally aggressive happiness give it a creepily plastered-on grin. Now, the frenetic new video seen above doubles down on the manic insanity with scenes from the movie, bits made to match up with the lyrics (the "brand new pants" part being our favorite), and little Lego versions of the musicians bouncing around taped to the tops of pencils.
Germany have chosen newcomer band Elaiza to perform “Is It Right?” in Copenhagen. In a remarkable Cinderella story, from applying via a youtube selection process and winning the wild card ticket from an unfavourable draw in the small NDR club concert, Elaiza have managed to fight off huge German household names like Unheilig and the, in some areas of Germany, very popular shanty rockers of Santiano. With that result German televoters have thrown yet another curveball at Eurovision punters who are left puzzled and wondering how to deal with such a left field entry in what is shaping up to be a very uncharacteristic contest.
Blunt stays true to form by singing again about the uncertainty of being with someone. The lyrics border on being infantile ('there are times where I don't know where I stand, you make me feel like I'm a boy and not a man'), but are forgiven by the infectious melody. Hooks are plentiful ('whoa-ohhh-ohhh-oh-oh'), and smooth the transition from the verses to the choruses. In pop music, there is hardly anything better than verses and choruses that actually flow together. The choruses continue the fun folk-pop, as Blunt re-affirms that despite everything, he sees 'eye to eye, heart to heart' and all is well. The ear-worm 'you and I/won't part un/til we die' is rhythmically brilliant and simply can't be ignored. Heart to Heart may be cornier than the lead single off Moon Landing, but still has heart as it is quite possibly the most feel-good James Blunt track ever.
"Coming Home" is a song by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs. The song was released as the lead (Second Overall) single from their fifth studio album Education, Education, Education & War (2014). It was released in the United Kingdom on 13 February 2014 as a digital download. The song has peaked to number 31 on the UK Singles Chart.
Making a week already filled with awesome new music even better, Megan Nicole has just released her brand new single 'Never Wanna Let You Go'. After a hugely successful tour earlier this year there was a promise of brand new original songs and that promise has been delivered and will be greatly received.
Lea Michele faces a dilemma in new song "On My Way". Should she hear her head or her heart?. "On My Way" is the fifth and final iTunes countdown single from the Glee star's forthcoming debut album "Louder", ready to hit stores on March 4th.
On writing Anywhere For You, "Michel and I wrote it on a writing trip to LA where we rented a house and spent time reflecting on how blessed we have been for doing what we love and with the incredible experiences we have had since things really took off musically for us," says John, "It's all about what is important