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.
Produced by M1onthebeat, “Only You Freestyle” finds Drake taking a trip across the pond through verses reminiscent of U.K.-drill. Accompanied by English rapper Headie One, the new feisty track finds the pair taking stabs at dissing Pusha T and Kanye West.
In anticipation of Khaled’s 12th studio album Khaled Khaled, the multi-platinum certified DJ teamed with Diamond-certified artist Drake for two new releases, “Popstar” and “Greece.” The lead singles unite two major stars for an exciting collaboration.
“To Be Young” showcases two bright young talents with a colorful pop anthem. Anne-Marie’s female powered track also features “Say So” star Doja Cat in an exciting collaboration between two powerhouse artists.
Internationally renowned DJ Kygo remixes the Tina Turner classic “What’s Love Got to Do With It.” Gold and Platinum certified for his mixes, Kygo gives a fresh take on the 1984 hit.
This Summer: Live Off The Floor is an 8-track EP featuring live versions of the artist’s multi-platinum certified singles “Here” and “Scars to Your Beautiful,” as well as new live renditions of tracks from her most recent EP This Summer. All of the proceeds from the release will be donated to Save The Children.
Following her latest single “Fabulous,” Ally Brooke is back with the new song “500 Veces.” The Fifth Harmony singer is joined by Dominican rapper Messiah for this catchy latin-influenced track.
“Tócame” is Anitta’s first look into her upcoming fifth studio album, and her first with Warner Records. This single brings the Brazillian superstar’s music to the US and beyond.
“queen of broken hearts” highlights the struggle of not feeling like yourself and the pain that comes with heartbreak. The new single precedes the first part of blackbear’s upcoming project, everything means nothing, due out July 17.
“Smile” marks the title track off of her forthcoming fifth studio album, due out August 14. The empowering track touches on themes of resilience, hope, and love and highlights the artist finally getting her smile back after going through a rough time.
“Love Me Land” is a preview of the Swedish singer-songwriter’s long-awaited sophomore LP. The new track is a testament to the idea of opening up to love again.
As a preview of the forthcoming reissue of the band’s 1973 album Goats Head Soup, due out in September, The Rolling Stones dropped previously unreleased single “Criss Cross.” The bluesy song was released alongside accompanying New York City-centered music video, produced by Diana Kunst.
“Square Bitch” marks MadeinTYO’s first single of 2020. Tapping frequent collaborator A$AP Ferg, the new bouncy track speaks to not letting anyone get in the way of your dreams.
H.E.R., who has amassed eight Gold & Platinum certified titles in the last year, delves into a new genre with her single “Do To Me.” The two-time Grammy award winner samples Sister Nancy’s hit “Bam Bam” in this nostalgic reggae fusion track.
“Compensating” is a teaser of the Portland rapper’s forthcoming album Limbo, which is slated to drop August 7. The bouncy new T-Minus produced track features Young Thug in an anthem that speaks to trying to compensate for past mistakes.
A cover of the Coldplay Gold-certified single “Fix You,” Sam Smith brings a new take to the 2005 track with their new live version. The hauntingly beautiful vocals accompanied with the poignant lyrics, the new live version arrives at a perfect moment of reflection.
In a new remix of the budding artist’s 2019 single “Get Up,” Terrell Hines taps Vince Staples for the timely new rendition, arriving a few weeks before Hines’ debut mixtape Portal One: The Mixtape, slated for August 7 release. The politically-charged track nods to recent Black Lives Matter protests and starts important conversations about police brutality.
After eight years away from music, Brandy returns with an R&B fueled album, B7. Returning right back to where she left off, she puts her whole heart into the making of this soulful record.
Burt Bacharach & Daniel Tashian have teamed up for their Blue Umbrella EP. Filled with rich chords, dynamic melodies and graceful lyrics, the EP is a true blend of the two talented songwriters.
The hit country group celebrates 20 years together with How They Remember You. Originally in support of their farewell tour, the group reflects on their impact on the music industry, including seven platinum certified albums, one gold album, and several certified singles.
The Psychedelic Furs make a highly anticipated return with Made of Rain. Their first studio album in 29 years welcomes Amanda Kramer and Rich Good to the post-punk rock band.
Kansas-based songwriter transcends her bedroom pop roots with this genre-hopping EP of smart, snappy indie rock and lustrous lo-fi pop, produced by rising NYC staple MELVV.
Rolling Stone‘s “Queen of Alt-Rock Angst” returns with her analytical 9th studio album. Morrisette inquisitively looks inward, addressing her values and emotions during a time of change in her life.
Dominic Fike makes his studio album debut with What Could Possibly Go Wrong. After three years in the making, Fike excitedly shares his work with the world with his unique production style and recognizable sound.