“So Done” arrives as a teaser for Alicia Keys’ forthcoming self-titled album. The new song is an anthem that speaks to ignoring the haters and being proud of who you are.
“Rooted” follows Ciara’s most recent collab with master songwriter Ester Dean on single, “Melanin.” The anthemic track speaks to Black excellence and being proud of your roots.
Drake continues to bring the heat this summer in his latest single, Laugh Now, Cry Later featuring Lil Durk.
“Levitating (The Blessed Madonna Remix)” precedes the star-studded remix of Dua Lipa’s most recent release Future Nostalgia, due out August 28. The Madonna and Missy Elliott-assisted track offers a fresh take to the dreamy pop track with each artist offering their unique, signature sound in new verses.
“Lemonade” is set to be released on Internet Money’s upcoming release Before the Storm, due out later this year. The new fiery track is accompanied by a Cole Bennett produced video on Lyrical Lemonade.
New music from Miley Cyrus is finally here, preceding her forthcoming release She Is Miley Cyrus. “Midnight Sky” marks a new era for the popstar and finds her jamming out in a disco-inspired party hit.
“Video Game”precedes Sufjan Stevens’ forthcoming album The Ascension, slated for release on September 25. The rhythmic new track is accompanied by a video that taps TikTok’s ” Renegade” dance creator Jalaiah Harmon for a feature.
Produced with DJ LEFTI (former Cobra Starship/Carly Rae Jepsen), Young-Borra’s latest release features multiple hook melodies with subtle influence from Tears for Fears and Prince. Catchy and fun, “Do We Belong Together?” gives a modern pop song’s take on a serious subject.
The long-awaited new single celebrates the band’s signature sound through classic punk rock melodies. “Quarantine” precedes the band’s forthcoming EP, due out later this year.
“Wap” marks the star rappers’ first collaboration and Cardi B’s first 2020 release. The single follows Cardi’s Platinum-certified “Press” and Megan Thee Stallion’s Platinum-certified “Savage,” and is produced by Ayo n Keyz.
The new single marks the first collaboration between The Weeknd and the late Juice WRLD. The posthumously released single precedes The Weeknd’s debut virtual concert on TikTok, dubbed the “After Hours Experience.”
“Daylight” precedes Joji’s forthcoming album Nectar, slated for release September 25. The bouncy new single perfectly integrates Joji’s melancholy sound with Diplo’s fresh beats.
Latin supergroup Human(X) teamed up with David Guetta for the reggaeton-house track which calls for Latin@s to unite. The first release for the new philanthropic initiative, all proceeds from the track will benefit National Day Laborer Organizing Network, an organization that supports immigrant communities affected by COVID-19.
“Sorry” is a glimpse into the alt-pop artist’s forthcoming album Fake It Flowers, slated for an October release. The single, which follows the artist’s feature on the Platinum-certified “Death Bed (Coffee For Your Head),” follows the motif of not taking friendship for granted.
“AUATC” or “Ate Up All Their Cake” arrived as Episode 2 of the band’s “Bon Iver: Season 5” series. The new single follows the recent collaboration on Taylor Swift’s folklore album and taps features from Elsa Jensen, Jenny Lewis, Bruce Springsteen, and Jenn Wasner.
Beyoncé never ceases to amaze with her visual album, ‘Black Is King’. A visual companion to her 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift, this film reworks her album, and the story of The Lion King, to promote Black pride. The visual album is streaming exclusively on Disney+.
After the international success of his first Spanish Pop song “Fuego Lento” last year– Drake has embraced his newfound fanbase by continuing to release more mixed language Pop hits. “Diosa” will be supported by a TikTok influencer campaign focused in territories across Latin America and an official music video.
This new reggaeton summer banger by emerging hiphop/trap producer and performer, Goldilocks, will add the perfect Latin flavor to your summer playlist. “Dance On Me” is a crowd favorite and we’re so happy to finally release it. It’s also Blonde Records second ever release!
The gloomy new track follows Eilish’s most recent release of Gold-certified “No Time to Die,” the theme song to the upcoming 007 film. The artist takes a look into the future through signature hauntingly beautiful melodies.
The Colombian superstar’s new track finds the artist overcoming heartbreak and planning a way to get his love back. “Hawái” precedes the artist’s forthcoming album, slated for later this year.
The new collaboration between the couple follows their Gold-certified single “Nobody But You” released in 2019. “Happy Anywhere” speaks to being content as long as the pair is together.
“Nobody’s Love” is a follow-up to the sentimental pop single “Memories,” set to be featured on the band’s seventh studio album. The colorful new track follows the narrative of finding one true love.
Hot off their Top 5 dance smash “Désolée (Paris/Paname)” with over 25M streams & YouTube views, Shanguy is back with their brand new single “Back To Life”.
Waker mashes rock and soul into an eclectic, danceable sound, focusing on songs that aim for the heart, head…and feet. Genre-hopping from ballads to prog jams with everything in between, Waker’s original sound proves difficult to describe, yet features something unique for every listener. “Waiting On You” is Waker’s new single from their forthcoming album Fresh Out due in early 2021.
“The Climb Back” and “Lion King On Ice,” released in the two-track EP are set to be featured on the rapper’s highly-anticipated new album The Fall Off. The new tracks are produced by J. Cole, as well as frequent collaborators T-Minus and Jetson.
BRAZIL305 marks Gloria Estefan’s first album in seven years. The new release features four new original songs, as well as Brazilian-inspired renditions of hits including “Rhythm Is Gonna Get You,” and “Get On Your Feet.”
A Celebration of Endings marks the Scottish band’s eighth LP. The 11-track release celebrates the raucous energy of the band’s early years, while simultaneously offering a more introspective record through pop-dusted, hard-hitting melodies.
Crave marks the electro-pop artist’s sophomore album. An “80’s pop-inspired record” laced with motifs of personal growth, Crave is stacked with dancefloor ready bops.
Debut record from Cincinnati’s Arlo McKinley on Oh Boy Records. The last artist that John Prine personally signed to his label before passing, calling Arlo a “great songwriter.”
On the heels of his release of single “Cool Again,” Kane Brown is back with new music. The 7-track EP finds the country star crossing-over into new genres and is stacked with star-studded features from Swae Lee and Khalid on “Be Like That,” and John Legend on “Last Time I Say Sorry.”
Non-Secure Connection is a 10-track release that taps both newcomers and longtime friends for collaboration. On his new project, Bruce Hornsby taps the Shins’ James Mercer, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and Wayne Pooley, Jamila Woods, Vernon Reid and even a posthumous duet with the late Leon Russell.
The lone ranger’s dazzling alt-pop EP is finally here. The six-track release, woven with Peck’s Roy Orbison-esque sound, is led by a dreamy pop collaboration with Shania Twain.
Written in isolation amid the pandemic, Solitude was self-produced by Tori Kelly and the help of frequent collaborators Monro, Spencer Stewart, Stint, and Jorgen Odegard. In addition to a cover of Drake’s “Time Flies,” the 5-track EP celebrates the artist’s newfound joy in life after getting married.
Executive produced by Diddy, Bosede Ogulu, and Burna Boy himself, Twice As Tall is a follow-up to his 2019 record, African Giant. The 15-track release is stacked with features from Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Stormzy, Youssou D’Our, and Naughty by Nature.