“God’s Country’ is a song that has a strong and deep meaningful lyric, but at the same time it leaves it up to the listeners interpretation,” the country star said of this lead track to his upcoming studio album.
Following release of album ‘thank u, next’, the pop princess drops this new song with collaborator and friend Victoria Monét.
“Cool” will be the trio’s second release since officially reuniting in late February.
The highly anticipated single from the “Lights Down Low” singer-songwriter’s sophomore album.
X Ambassadors releases new track ‘Hey Child’ from upcoming album, Orion due out in June.
Cuz I Love You is the the third studio album and major label debut from the Texas native and will include features from Missy Elliott and Gucci Mane.
Field Medic’s hypnotically beautiful and fearlessly honest new record, fade into the dawn, is ten sparse acoustic tracks that reckon with our perceptions of success and self.
Swedish singer/songwriter Kristian Matsson has drawn comparisons to Bob Dylan in terms of his storytelling writing style and sound. I Love You. It’s a Fever Dream. is his fifth solo album and his first project in four years.
The ever-evolving spectacle that is Diane Coffee — the bombastic gender and genre-bending alter ego of Shaun Fleming — returns with Internet Arms, a swan dive into a lush, digital glam wonderland.
Wand form music from the ashes of a world that can no longer suffer its human abusers, to inspire us to hold the spirit close. A fuzzy parable amid a joyous sense of pastiche and ascendant choruses.
“Fans have been asking for an album centered around just Tech N9ne with minimal features, so I give them N9NA,” Tech N9ne explains. “This is me, wholeheartedly. It’s something for my die-hard fans and an introduction for all newcomers. I’m rapping like never before – like I’ve never sold a Gold or Platinum record.”
On Raw Honey, Michael Collins and a collective of crack musicians color the existential conundrums of this disinformation age with lush arrangements, memetic melodies, and a vulnerable tunefulness.
Where once Fat White Family soundtracked a grubby London of vape shops, microwave meals and sullied tin-foil, they now inhabit a new cosmos entirely. Serfs Up! is a masterful work – the most gratifying volte face in recent musical history.
The Kentucky rock outfit’s fifth album, produced by John Hill, is a 13-track project which include a collaboration with Beck.
“the mystic” is a sci-fi fantasy of two first-generation Nigerian American women coming to terms with a mental health diagnosis, and at the same time, a very universal exploration of how we make sense of reality.