Do you believe in love at first sight? What about at first sound? Jonas Blue reportedly reached out to Nebraskan pop duo Jack & Jack after hearing the singers interviewed on a Los Angeles radio station. The former Vine stars had that special something Blue needed for his next summer anthem, and today, we hear the fruits of that labor on the uplifting cords of "Rise.
And just days after opening up about her ongoing battle in her new track Sober, Demi Lovato has come out to thank her fans for their ongoing support. Taking to Instagram, the 25-year-old shared a video from a recent concert that saw a packed crowd all cheering her name while she played a melody on the piano.
East London's B Young broke out late last year with his hit single "Jumanji," a hot and heavy slice of Afro-swing that saw the Hackney resident line-up alongside contemporaries J Hus and Yxng Bane. Today he returns with new song "079Me" to carry the party spirit into the summer.
Skepta and Wizkid come through with a timely message for life on new collaboration "Bad Energy (Stay Away)." The track sees Skepta working with Wizkid for the first time officially, though the U.K. grime MC appeared alongside Drake on the "Ojuelegba" remix in 2015. "Bad Energy (Stay Away)" marks the latest loosie from Skepta, who released "Pure Water" in May.
After lacing up his basketball sneakers for the first time since last summer, 2 Chainz took to social media to announce his next single "Bigger > You," which will feature superstar assists from Drake and Quavo. The loaded track is slated to drop at midnight and will appear on his upcoming Rap or Go to the League album.
Jason Aldean has announced the new single from his latest album Rearview Town. "Drowns the Whiskey" follows the multi-week Number One "You Make It Easy" and features guest vocals from Miranda Lambert. The pair is captured in the recording studio in a new lyric video for the song that premiered today.
The duo, known collectively as The Carters, shocked the world with the album’s release last Saturday, delivering nine deeply-personal tracks where they appear to lift the veil on their marriage and offer fans a raw look into their personal lives.
YouTube vlogger Queen Naija knew she had a potential hit when she penned “Medicine,” an R&B groove about getting revenge on a cheating lover, in late 2017. With its hip-hop-infused beat, silky, lip-glossed vocals and Instagram caption-ready lyrics, the song checked all the boxes for chart success.
Australian singer-songwriter Conrad Sewell is coming back renewed after an abrupt about-face following nearly two years touring globally. On the first two releases from his project Ghosts & Heartaches, “Come Clean” and “Healing Hands,” the acclaimed vocalist takes a massive step forward without losing himself at the core.
Following a social media teaser last week, the latest Clean Bandit single is here. "Solo" featuring Demi Lovato is an upbeat anthem that will inspire the brokenhearted to take to the dance floor and sway their troubles away. "Solo" marks an assured return for Clean Bandit and is the follow-up to their platinum-certified, tear-jerking October 2017 smash "I Miss You".
BSB's new hit is its 19th overall on Pop Songs, dating to its first, the No. 35-peaking "We've Got It Goin' On," in November 1995. The group extends its span of appearing on Pop Songs to a record 22 years and six months, narrowly passing Madonna's stretch of 22 years and four months, from 1992 to 2015. It's a weird video, right? But the song is a bop.
Gospel is spreading, and we can praise Karen Gibson for that. The silver-coiffed conductor of the Kingdom Choir came close to stealing the show at the royal wedding last week, with a stripped-back, tear-inducing performance of Stand By Me.
After a storm of teasers, Christina Aguilera finally released the video to her highly-anticipated single "Fall In Line" today (May 23). Featuring Demi Lovato, the video opens with baby Demi and Xtina playing in a field before being taken by a black armored duo with weapons strapped to their hips.
Playboi Carti and Lil Uzi Vert are two cornerstones of what has pejoratively been called “mumble rap,” but in reality, they are basically on opposite ends of the SoundCloud spectrum: Carti is impulse-driven, often in an appealing “no fucks given” way, and Uzi is adrenalized and tune-powered, highly choreographed and remarkably polished.
It's not terribly surprising at this point in his career, but Drake is absolutely dominating the charts, no matter which chart you're talking about. He currently occupies two of the top three slots on the Hot 100, with another entry at #7. On Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart, he's got three of the top five and four of the top ten.
After collaborating on the "All Girls Are The Same" video back in February, the two Illinois natives connect again for a "Lucid Dreams" video. The song's heartbroken lyrics are paired with surreal visuals that head in dark directions, but the whole thing is grounded and made accessible by Juice's natural pop sensibilities.