The long awaited Kane Brown/John Legend country ballad is finally here, offering up a unique harmonic collaboration that showcases the duet’s vocal prowess.
Florida Georgia Line are keeping it country and party-friendly with their brand new song “I Love My Country,” the first release from the duo’s upcoming fifth album.
Though Music City has seen a difficult few weeks, it has also seen an outpouring of strength throughout the community. In that vein, Warner Music Nashville has announced a digital compilation entitled Nashville Strong, available now, in support of tornado relief efforts. All WMN proceeds will be donated to the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund via The Community Foundation. This initiative follows Warner Music Group’s contribution to the Fund in the immediate aftermath of this month’s natural disaster.
John Legend is teasing us with a new album with the release of his new single “Actions” that he relased during his live-streamed performance for the ongoing #TogetherAtHome series.
DVSN teamed up with Snoh Aalegra on this sultry ballad for “Between Us.” This is the 4th single from his upcoming album A Muse in Her Feelings that drops in April.
Gospel rapper, Lecrae linked up with YK Osiris on his latest single, “Set Me Free.”
Kiana Lede’s teams up with Lucky Daye on her latest single, Forfeit which will appear on her upcoming sophomore album Kiki.
Didn’t I will appear on OneRepublic’s upcoming album Human – slated to be released in May.
Alter Ego is the latest single from Kaleo’s upcoming album, Surface Sounds – slated to be releasd in June.
Demi Lovato’s latest single is an ode to self care + love in I Love Me.
Gaslighter is the title track and first single off of The Dixie Chicks anticipated album slated to be released in May.
In Katy Perry’s latest single, Never Worn White, she addresses her fears about getting married.
Lady Gaga is back with her first single in three years, Stupid Love. The track is a blend of electronic and pop goodness.
Justin Timberlake & Sza teamed on single, The Other Side, which appears on the Trolls World Tour soundtrack that will be released in April.
Jhene Aiko dropped her latest single Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E.), which will appear on her upcoming album Chilombo next Friday.
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.
Joyner Lucas releases his first studio album ADHD. The project follows up his 2018 Grammy nomination for the viral music video for his 2017 song “I’m Not Racist.”
Aporia is a 21-track collaborative project between Sufjan Stevens and his business partner and stepfather, Lowell Brams. In a press release for the album, Stevens shares of the album that “it tells a bigger story of stewardship and mentorship. He’s been there since I was five. It’s been a long haul … This record is a synthesis of all of that history.”
Basia Bulat’s Are You in Love?, produced by Jim James of My Morning Jacket was made while she fell in love and lost her father, leaving her in search of a sense of beauty and where it might be hidden.
Jessie Reyez announced her new album, Before Love Came to Kill Us, following her EP being nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 62nd Grammys and her single, Far Away, which commented on the immigration crisis in North and Central America.
5SOS’s fourth studio album, Calm, includes singles, Teeth, Easier, and No Shame. Lead vocalist, Luke Hemmings, said, “to be reinventing and constantly pushing our songwriting and to come out with music that we’ve never been more proud of makes me so happy to be in 5 Seconds of Summer.” He adds that the album “speaks on a journey through a young man’s life, for better or for worse.” Calm will also be supported by the previously announced “No Shame” Tour.
Dua Lipa’s new album, Future Nostalgia, is out a week earlier than expected. About the dance-pop album, she says: “What I wanted to do with this album was to break out of my comfort zone and challenge myself to make music that felt like it could sit alongside some of my favorite classic pop songs.”
Pearl Jam’s 11th studio album, Gigaton, is out in March. It includes the single, River Cross, which they debuted in a Verizon Super Bowl commercial. The Seattle legends target Trump and global catastrophe in their rebellious latest full length album. Angry, but hopeful, Gigaton feels all the more cathartic in these uncertain times.
Lady Like is Ingrid Andress’ debut album under Warner Music Nashville and Atlantic Records. The album will feature her hit singles, released ahead of the project, like title track “Lady Like” and “More Hearts Than Mine.”
Vanessa Carlton’s new album Love Is An Art, produced by Dave Fridmann (MGMT, Flaming Lips), explores the eternal seesaw that is human connection: the push, the pull, the balance, the bottoming out.
Metal rockers In This Moment’s new album, Mother, has been done for months and they are excited to release it. They have shared that it is one of their heaviest records yet, and they think fans are really going to like that.
Swedish electronic band Little Dragon return with their 2020 New Me, Same Us. In a press release for their eleven track, sixth studio album the band explained “this album has been the most collaborative for us yet, which might sound weird considering we’ve been making music together for all these years, but we worked hard at being honest, finding the courage to let go of our egos and be pieces of something bigger.”
PARTYNEXTDOOR returns with his third studio album PARTYMOBILE following his 2016 PARTYNEXTDOOR 3 (P3). Although he released an EP in 2017, this will be the Canadian singer, rapper, producer, and frequent Drake collaborator’s first full length (and long-awaited) album in four years.