After teasing of a secret collaboration on this single, Anitta has dropped the rhythmic, hip shaking “Me Gusta” tapping collaborations from Cardi B and Myke Towers. This single serves as just a glimpse into her upcoming album.
A highly anticipated single from the duo, “Perfecta,” has finally dropped. Luis Fonsi & Farruko bring to life a love song about the perfect woman.
“Enchule” is the latest peek into what is to come from Rauw Alejandro on his forthcoming album Afrodisíaco. He touts this single as a favorite of his recent releases.
Global superstar Daddy Yankee joins forces with Anuel AA and Kendo Kaponi on “Don Don,” marking the sixth new single released by the Puerto Rican reggaeton icon in 2020.
Alicia Keys’ took to the stage (and our screens) to debut the latest single off her forthcoming self-titled album, ALICIA, during the 2020 NFL Kickoff Event.
“Letter To You” marks the Boss’ first new single to drop in 2020, offering fans a brief glimpse into what they will hear off his forthcoming 12-track project of the same name.
Icelandic indie folk rockers Of Monsters and Men return with their latest single, “Visitor,” offering a first taste of “a body of work coming at the top of 2021 in celebration of the group’s tenth anniversary together.”
Monáe has released a new protest song for Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortés’ new documentary, All In: The Fight for Democracy.
SZA returns with a sultry new song dedicated to lovers featuring Ty Dolla $ign. This song is reminiscent of her calm and mellow vocal style.
Bryson Tiller reemerged with new slow song “Inhale”, that features samples from SWV’s “All Night Long” and Mary J. Blige’s “Not Gon Cry.” This track will appear on his upcoming album this fall.
This song is about the dysfunction of American power structures. It’s about how the systems built to support the people don’t support all people. It features Colin Meloy of the Decemberists on harmonica and Laura Veirs on Banjo. Covered by Consequence of Sound and American Songwriter on release day, supported by AAA and folk radio promotion.
“Obey” is a glimpse into Bring Me The Horizon’s forthcoming release Post Human. The hard-hitting alternative collaboration speaks to becoming better humans, a similar motif to the accompanying BMTH project.
The highly-anticipated sweet collaboration is finally here. The upbeat song is not the only sugar-inspired track from the pair as the single follows the K-Pop group’s recent feature on Lady Gaga’s “Sour Candy” on Chromatica, and Selena Gomez’ recent “Cookies and Cream (Remix)” track for the launch of a new ice cream flavor from Serendipity.
“Good Morning” is a star-studded track from the Roots lyricist. The hard-hitting beat accompanied with hype rhymes creates for a nice preview of Black Thought’s forthcoming project Streams of Thought Vol. 3: Cain & Abel.
“Over Now” marks Calvin Harris’ first release since his collaboration with Rag’N’Bone Man on Gold-certified single “Giant.” The new vibrant collaboration track with The Weeknd takes a more funky and smooth R&B route, integrating signature sounds from both the DJ and R&B mogul.
Demi Lovato adds new verses and pop flare to a remix of the sensual track from JoJo’s Good To Know LP. The remix also arrives with the rest of the deluxe version of the album which also includes a collab with Tinashe on bonus track “Love Reggae.”
“Come Over” taps frequent collaborator Anne-Marie and newcomer Tion Wayne for features. The new poppy single speaks to getting back with an ex.
“Expensive” follows the pair’s most recent collaboration on Megan Thee Stallion’s Platinum-certified single “Hot Girl Summer.” The new track, dripping in riches, also arrives on the heels of Ty Dolla $ign’s announcement of new album Dream House, due out later this year.
The smooth new funky R&B track celebrates what it means to be a woman. An empowerment anthem, the lyrics are anthemic and encourage women, particularly women of color, to feel self-confident and in control of their bodies.
“Dynamite” is an English-language track from the K-Pop supergroup, arriving before BTS’ forthcoming album, slated for release later this year. The disco-inspired track will make its TV debut on the MTV VMAs on August 30.
“Tick Tock” marks Clean Bandit’s first release since their 2018 Gold-certified album What Is Love. The new single celebrates the trio’s first collaboration.
Nigerian producer, DJ Neptune, collaborates with Focalistic, Joeboy & Mr Eazi for their new Amapiano remix of the hit song “Nobody” releasing 8/21/20.
Dominican Dembow artist El Alfa taps Tyga for latest rhythmic single. “Trap Pea” is a vibrant track complete with both Spanish and English verses and a hip-shaking worthy beat.
Arriving as the AA-side to Sub Pop’s Singles Club, “To R.” and “To S.” show Father John Misty taking two approaches to the same conversation. “To S.” is a softer, string arrangement juxstaposed with the loud piano performance on “To R.,” both of which ultimately lead listeners to the same answer no matter which song is listened to first.
“Dance Like Nobody’s Watching” marks the second collaboration between the pair following their duet on “All Hands on Deck Remix” in 2015 . The fiery new track also marks the first release of 2020 for Iggy Azalea.
“Save The Day” is the first single off of Mariah Carey’s upcoming album The Rarities, due out October 2. The highly anticipated track features a Lauryn Hill sample from The Fugees’ rendition of “Killing Me Softly With His Song” and taps longtime collaborator, Jermaine Dupri.
“Entrepreneur” is a celebration of Black ambition. Albeit confronting prevalent issues like systemic racism, injustice, and inequities in the United States, the new single from the pair takes a triumphant tone to empower people to make change.
“Don’t Be Sad” follows the alternative singer-songwriter’s most recent collaboration with Lil Mosey. The new track arrives on the heels of Tate McRae’s recent nomination for the PUSH Best New Artist award at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.
Alicia Keys had a hand in both writing and producing every song on her seventh studio album, which features introspective reflection of her past four years. Her signature style and sound returns with both ballads and uplifting messages.
MAX’s long-awaited fourth studio album, Colour Vision, is out now! The NYC native continues to solidify his spot at the top of pop music. Between his vocal range, smooth sound, and features from SUGA (of BTS) and Quinn XCII, this album will surely give fans a little bit of everything.
Ava Max’s debut album Heaven & Hell features two eponymous sides. The “Heaven” side consists of more lighthearted and energetic songs, such as her hit single “Sweet but Psycho,” while the “Hell” side has darker and moodier sounds.
As a follow-up to his first album, Where Polly People Go to Read (released earlier this year), Orca stays true to his pop roots while showing more raw emotion. On this album, Gus opens up and shares experiences about life on the road as a musician in your 20s. While usually doing everything himself, this is the first time Gus has engaged help from renowned mixer, Spike Stent.
“Yusuf Islam, the Artist also known as Cat Stevens,” has done a remake of his landmark album of 50 years ago, Tea for the Tillerman. While many of this classic songs sound much like the original, his new versions of “Wild World” and “On the Road to Find Out” sound very different, with more of a bluesy, ragtime feel. This album will attract many of his original fans while sharing his talent with a new generation of music lovers.
Keith Urban continues to cement himself among country music’s all-time greats as he releases his 11th studio album, THE SPEED OF NOW Part 1. In this new album, Urban reflects on the power of music to slow down our busy and hectic lifestyles.
The Times, Neil Young’s latest politically driven and powerful EP, is now available exclusively on the Neil Young Archives website and Amazon Music HD. His music reflects the anguish in our country and in classic Young fashion he makes his views clear, particularly with a tailored re-imagining of 2006’s “Looking for a Leader.”