“I Ain’t Missing You” is a brand new song recorded by British singer-songwriter Aston Merrygold, a track that served as a follow up his 2015 debut solo single “Get Stupid.” The new song, released as second single taken from his upcoming debut solo album ‘Showstopper,’ takes on a different vibe to the funk infused “Get Stupid” and features a dance vibe with an old school garage beat. “I Ain’t Missing You” is an absolute banger and really puts him on the map and proves that he can be a huge solo success.
“Anywhere You Go” is a song by Australian singers-songwriters, models and DJs Nervo as their latest release and this time collaborating with Australian house DJ and producer Timmy Trumpet. “Anywhere You Go” is a chill dance-house production accented with trumpets throughout and is proving to be a real cruise anthem.
“FAB” a take down of “Fake A*s B*tches” is a song by American recording artist and songwriter JoJo off her upcoming third studio album ‘Mad Love.’ And for this song, she recruits distinguished Bronx resident American rapper Remy Ma. “FAB” speaking on the song, JoJo said; “This song is very direct. We’ve all encountered fake a*s b*tches, no matter the gender. So I wrote a song about it, calling them out but also celebrating the real ones.”
“Kill For You” is a new song from American singer and songwriter Skylar Grey, a collaborative work with American rapper-songwriter Eminem, off Grey’s upcoming third album ‘Natural Causes.’ Britanny Spanos of Rolling Stone described the song as: “ominous song, which the rapper also produced, is heavily influenced by the infamous crime couple Bonnie and Clyde. It’s a recurring theme in Eminem’s own music, specifically on 1999’s “’97 Bonnie & Clyde.” The pair embody different characters, with Grey promising to “kill for you” while Eminem is the manipulative, brainwashing half of the pair.” Grey opened up about the Em-produced collab during an interview with Rolling Stone. “Since the first day I started writing ‘Kill for You,’ I thought the Bonnie and Clyde message would be more powerful as a duet,” she said. “I was stoked when Marshall put a verse on it.”
“Starboy” is the first single and at the same time the title track off the album from Canadian R&B singer, songwriter and record producer The Weeknd. The song, after teasing the single with a photo of his brand new haircut, was dropped as the first single off his album of
the same name expected out this November. “Starboy” is a collaboration with French electronic music duo Daft Punk who provided the slick, almost electronic sound to “Starboy.” Daft Punks
influence, of course, could be a major factor on this song, and it remains to be seen if this sound will be featured throughout the album.
“Keep You In Mind” teams up two of R&B’s biggest name, a song from R&B singer and songwriter Chris Brown, who tapped “Trapsoul” singer Bryson Tiller for the new song. The slow collaborated jam hears the two artists sing to women as they croon on the chorus: “I know you like it, and girl I love your perfume/ Girl Its all about you girl lets light this fire up/ If its room for two baby/ Can I keep you mind”. “Keep You In Mind” came after the release of “Lady In The Glass Dress” released earlier this week by Chris Brown.
“That’s My Girl” is a song by the American girl group Fifth Harmony serving as the third official single from their sophomore studio album ‘7/27.’ The song will be serviced to Top 40 radio on September 27, 2016, while the Mad Max-inspired music video was released on September 19, 2016 with 13 million views for now. “That’s My Girl,” lyrically, echos female empowerment with messages showing they are strong, supportive, sexual, and confident people.
“Lady In The Glass Dress” is the full song of once was an interlude two years ago released from Chris Brown’s critically acclaimed ‘X’ album. And to celebrate the albums anniversary, he decided to dig into the vaults and release a full version of “Lady in the Glass Dress.” Breezy makes the song more engaging and adds on to the excellent concept. Breezy sings, “I’m telling you I want you but saying you don’t care/ Begging you to stay with me but you staying right there/ When will you try?”
“Lemonade” is a song American singer and songwriter Skylar Grey, a track released from her upcoming sophomore album ‘Natural Causes.’ The new album will be released on September 23, 2016. On one interview Grey said of her album: “I want everybody to take
their own meaning from Natural Causes,” she explained. “Music is open to interpretation. I hope people are inspired to dig down into themselves and figure out who it is they want to be.”
“The Greatest” is a song written and recorded by Australlian pop singer Sia that also features guest vocals from American rapper Kendrick Lamar. The single was released on September 6, 2016 as the lead single from her upcoming eighth studio album, ‘We Are Your
Children’ . “The Greatest” was described by Gil Kaufman of Billboard.com as uplifting, poppy song with a subtle island vibe.