Before his death, Juice WRLD and Trippie Redd joined forces for the track “Tell Me U Luv Me,” which dropped today.
Juice WRLD died at the age of 21 back in December 2019, as the result of an accidental overdose.
Back in January, Juice WRLD’s team revealed that the rapper had thousands of unreleased songs, and that they are considering releasing a posthumous album one day in the future.
Listen to Juice WRLD and Trippie Redd‘s “Tell Me U Luv Me” below!
Lady Gaga‘ has released her sixth studio album Chromatica.
The album was originally scheduled to be released on April 10, but it was delayed due to coronavirus pandemic.
Chromatica is the follow-up to Gaga‘s fifth studio album Joanne, which was released back in 2016. The album features lead single “Stupid Love” and the new hit song “Rain On Me,” which features Ariana Grande.
Other artists featured on the album include Elton John and girl group Blackpink. There are 16 songs on the album and the special Target edition has an additional track, plus other versions of the two songs.
There are special bundles available on Gaga‘s website.
Lady Gaga and Blackpink just dropped “Sour Candy.”
The song is off of Lady Gaga‘s brand new album Chromatica, her sixth studio album that is set to be released tonight! Stay tuned and we’ll post the full stream later!
Chromatica will be released at midnight and will be available online digitally, as well as standard CD, vinyl in various colors, and cassettes in various colors.
You can pre-order Chromatica right here on iTunes before it is officially released tonight.
Listen to “Sour Candy,” the brand new collaboration between Lady Gaga and Blackpink!
Lady Gaga is postponing her album listening party.
The listening session for her new album, Chromatica, was suppose to take place on Friday (May 29), but she announced that it’s being postponed in light of current events, including the protests regarding the death of George Floyd and outcry regarding President Donald Trump inciting violence.
“As much as I want to listen to Chromatica together as a global group of kindness punks right now, our kindness is needed for the world today. I’m going to postpone our listening session right now and encourage you all to take this time to register to vote and raise your voice,” she wrote.
“I’m so glad the album is bringing you some joy, because that’s what I always wanted it to do. We’ll reschedule this very soon.”
Ellie Goulding revealed her fourth studio album, Brightest Blue, will be released on July 17.
The album is made up of two parts: Brightest Blue, executive produced by Ellie and Joe Kearns, and EG.0, and features contributions from old and new collaborators like Starsmith, ILYA and Jim Eliot.
Ellie says the first half “reflects my vulnerability… it acknowledges a complex world where relationships still dictate our happiness and heartbreak and can still be the most painful thing in the world, no matter how enlightened you are. The tracks also symbolize growing up and becoming a woman.”
She says the second half “encapsulates my confident, brave and fearless side and features all my recent collaborations. I often find myself writing about my thoughts and emotions in a way that I know will be catchy and memorable. I will always seek to use my voice in ways that no one would ever expect and look to collaborate with the least likely, exciting and eclectic group of other artists.”
After returning with his comeback single, "Gooba," in early May, Tekashi 6ix9ine is already planning to release another song this week. He mentioned the track in an Instagram video on Saturday (May 23).
"May 29, another single," he stated toward the end of the clip.
"THIS FRIDAY TROLLZ," he captioned it, with many emojis. "ANOTHER ONE!!!!!! THEY WISH THIS WAS A NIGHTMARE!!!! IT CANT BE TRUE!! B---- I AM THE INTERNET."
Earlier in the day, in a separate post, he announced, "MOST LIKED COMMENT WILL BE THE NAME OF THE SONG."
The comment that got the most likes was 6ix9ine's own, "Trollz."
EXO BAEKHYUN (SM)'s new music video for 'Candy' just dropped.
In particular, the title song 'Candy' is an impressive song with addictive synth sounds and wavy melodies, and the lyrics have the infinite charm of BAEKHYUN compared to candy of various tastes, and the performance also contains BAEKHYUN's unique energy. It is composed of actions, and it seems to catch the eye.
BAEKHYUN's second mini album 'Delight' includes various titles such as 'Candy', 'RU Ridin'?', 'Bungee', 'Underwater', 'Poppin'', 'Ghost', and 'Love Again'. A total of seven R & B genres are recorded, which is enough to meet BAEKHYUN's sweet vocals and trendy musical sensibility.
"Candy" is off Baekhyun's latest mini-album, Delight, which dropped just last week. Watch the colorful video below.
Doja Cat has issued a statement following some major backlash she's received for allegedly making past racist remarks online.
DC, whose real name is Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini, took to Instagram on Sunday (May 24) to address the controversy after the hashtag #DojaCatIsOverParty began trending on Twitter just days earlier. Doja has been accused of taking part in past racist video chats and was called out for her 2015 song "Dindu Nuffin," which some call a racist slur mocking victims of police violence.
"I want to address whatâs been happening on Twitter," the singer began her Instagram post. "Iâve used public chat rooms to socialize since I was a child. I shouldnât have been on some of those chat room sites, but I personally have never been involved in any racist conversations. Iâm sorry to everyone I offended."
Doja, whose father is South African actor Dumisani Dlamini, goes on to say she identifies as a "black woman" and that she's "very proud of where I come from."
The singer admits to writing the song "Dindu Nuffin," but says it was created in "response to people who often used that term to hurt me." She now recognizes that "it was a bad decision to use the term in my music."
"I understand my influence and impact and Iâm taking this all very seriously. I love you all and Iâm sorry for upsetting or hurting any of you. Thatâs not my character, and Iâm determined to show that to everyone moving forward. Thank you," Doja concludes her statement.
Cody Simpson releases his new "Captain's Dance With the Devil" music video, directed by Miley Cyrus.
Simpson explained the project in reply to a comment on Sunday on Instagram, where he wrote: "The captain/sailor’s struggle with personal freedom at a time long ago in which this wasn’t accepted, and you would in turn be vilified or condemned (often killed) for breaking apart from societal convention and proposed expectations or standards of ‘masculinity’. In this case the Captain’s (and my own personal) affinity for drag."
"This message is intended to inspire others to be, act and dress however they please," he added.
Hannah Zeile shared on her Instagram that she “had a lot of fun making this one!...referring to her new track called "Sugar and Spice."
Hannah‘ has released two tracks previously. She released her debut single “Ode To My Anxiety” in April 2020, and she was featured on the This Is Us season two soundtrack with the song “Where I Belong”.
Check out the new track below and her interview with THE BUZZ.