Megan Thee Stallion Drops New Song “Hot Girl Summer” featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign. “It’s about women and men being unapologetically them, just having a good-ass time, hyping up their friends, doing you, not giving a damn about what nobody gotta say about it.”
Perry focuses on the awkwardness of spending time with a former lover in her latest single. “We had conversations about forever now it’s about the weather” and, “We went from strangers to lovers to strangers in a lifetime.”
I Warned Myself is Puth’s first new release since his 2018 album Voicenotes.
Lizzo recruits DaBaby for new Truth Hurts remix.
Upcoming Canadian singer Poesy releases her anticipated new electro-rock single Body Language, which she says is about “communication – or lack thereof,” and describes it as “loud and aggressive, but still [has] that little hint of proud vulnerability.”
Miranda Lambert releases another piece to her puzzle, the single Pretty Bitchin’, which is the sixth song of her upcoming album Wildcard. Pretty Bitchin’ channels her overall musical expression: “I always have a little bit of cheeky sarcasm in my songs and records,” Lambert says.
Camila Cabello just dropped a heavy double release with two new singles, Shameless and Liar, which are set to be on the tracklist for her upcoming album Romance. I knew for a long time I wanted my album to be called Romance because these stories are about falling in love,” Cabello said about the songs.
Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey have united for a special collaboration christened Don’t Call Me Angel. Aptly titled, the track is been released as the lead offering from the soundtrack for the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ revival
Rock band Green Day releases title track, Father of All, and announces upcoming album release date in February.
Halsey announces her third album Manic out January 17, and shares the album art and a new track called Graveyard.
|The indie pop band, Fitz and The Tantrum, releases their new album “All the Feels,” which front-man Michael Fitzpatrick says has “all the emotions.” The group sees the album as a culmination of a year full of highs and lows.|
One of LA’s best-kept secrets, Jamie Drake’s debut album Everything’s Fine embraces heartbreak and hope, with Indie-folk-pop stylings wrapped in lush orchestrations and delivered with rich vocals.
“irresistible hooks and refined vocals urging us to be true to ourselves.” – NPR
Molly Sarlé brings open-hearted, unflinching songwriting perfect for late-night karaoke comedowns, plaintive morning walks, and conjuring the spirit world.
The dark, foreboding lyrics of Nine outline lead singer Mark Hoppus’s battle with depression. “I’m not in a place right now where I want to write happy, up-tempo songs,” he said. The album’s themes speak to today’s current events: mass shootings, border control, and the presidency of Trump.
|“I don’t need to be unhappy to write good songs,” says Swedish singer Tove Lo. Her new album Sunshine Kitty is brutally honest, dealing with themes of sexuality, desire, drugs, and recklessness.|
Drawing from influences across the American songbook, Hiss Golden Messenger’s Terms of Surrender is about holding love and sanity close in a world that’s on fire—instead of succumbing to the flames.
|Owl is the result of the Zac Brown Band’s tireless artistic journey throughout the past couple of years. To them, owls symbolize magic, wisdom, and forshadowing. “I’ve got three owls tattooed on me, actually,” Brown said. The album features collaborations with Skrillex, Andrew Watt and Benny Blanco.|
|Gallagher’s second studio album “Why Me? Why Not.” releases, revealing the artist to be edgier than previously thought. “I’m here to give people what they want,” he says, “and if that’s boring, so be it.”|