Selena Gomez reveals what happens when a love story goes wrong and that she will be hard to forget in her new single, Feel Me.
The Weeknd’s latest song, After Hours is the title track from his upcoming album that is slated to be released in March.
Omarion’s new single and unbothered anthem, Can You Hear Me? is the first song off of his upcoming fifth studio album. The song was produced by and features T-Pain.
Ne-Yo opens up about his recent separation and starting over on his new single, Pink Ring featuring featuring O.T. Genasis.
Billie Eilish’s, “No Time to Die” is the new theme song for the upcoming James Bond film. She collaborated with her brother FINNEAS on this project.
Migos teamed up with Travis Scott and Young Thug on their much-anticipated track “GNF.” This track will appear on their 4th studio album, Culture III.
Sam Smith’s latest single, “To Die For” is also the name of his upcoming album, slated to be released in May. This album will feature songs about love, loss and loneliness.
Justin Bieber’s latest single, Intentions will appear on his upcoming album Changes. The song features rap star Quavo and is an ode to his wife Hailey Baldwin where he refers to her as his “muse.”
Nicki Minaj returns with her first single of 2020, Yikes, where she is re-establishing herself as the Queen.
Meek Mill teams up with Justin Timberlake on his new uplifting single, Believe.
Demi Lovato’s latest single, “Anyone” addresses her deepest vulnerabilities. She debuted the song during her 2020 Grammys performance.
Paramore’s Hayley Williams is branching off on her solo journey with upcoming album, Petals for Amor which will arrive in May. Her song “Leave It Alone” is the second single from the project.
Love In The Dark will appear on Reyez’s upcoming debut album Before Love Came To Kill Us. The artist said, “I wrote this during a really sad time in my life. I remember crying and I hope people understand how vulnerable it is.”
Megan Thee Stallion’s new song B.I.T.C.H. will appear on her upcoming studio album, Suga. On this track, the rapper demands that you put some respect on her name.
COIN returns with their third studio album Dreamland. Charles Lawrence, lead singer, shared of the twelve track album that “from Nashville to Seoul to London to Los Angeles, we recorded everywhere but a studio. For the past two years, we made this album in green rooms, bedrooms, airplanes and buses. ‘Dreamland’ is a patchwork quilt of everywhere we’ve been – a sonic journal of orchestras, out of tune guitars, church choirs and iPhone voice memos.”
Claude VonStroke’s talent shines on Freaks & Beaks, notably in tasty songs with rhythmic breath work and a global pulse. This is VonStroke’s vibrant love letter to the genre diversity that has made DIRTYBIRD a label of legendary status.
Map of the Soul: 7 will be the K-Pop boy band’s seventh studio album, their fourth Korean-language studio album, as well as their eleventh overall album. The album was only just announced just a month ago, on January 7. While there is no tracklist, they have released one promotional single ahead of their album, “Black Swan,” which was released on January 17. Additionally, they have released the album’s intro, “Shadow,” and outro, “Ego.”
After ten years, Ozzy Osbourne is back with his twelfth studio album, Ordinary Man. While only releasing three promotional singles for the album, “Under the Graveyard,” “Straight to Hell,” and the title track, “Ordinary Man,” the previous September release of “Take What You Want,” which was a featured single on Post Malone’s Hollywood Bleeding, will be featured on the album as well. The project includes some of rock’s most respected musicians including Guns N’ Roses bassist, Duff McKagan, and Red Hot Chilli Peppers drummer, Chad Smith.
Following his 2018 debut studio album Until Death Call My Name, Still Flexin, Still Steppin will be Youngboy Never Broke Again’s – sometimes known as Youngboy NBA – fifteenth mixtape. The project was only just announced on February 11, 2020 alongside two tracks to be featured on the the mixtape.