Hayley Kiyoko‘ releases new track “Demons” on Friday (October 11).
The hypnotic and mysterious song shows a darker side of Hayley.
“Demons” is part of her bold, brave, and unapologetic project I’m Too Sensitive For This S–t, which will also feature “I Wish” and more songs that will be released over the next few months.
“Demons is really personal to me,” Hayley shared on Instagram. “I had the chorus lyrics written in my notes ‘please forgive me I’ve got demons in my head, trying to feed me lies until I’m dead’. There was something so haunting about it I wanted to try to turn it into something positive. I wanted to sing about mental health and battling the inner ‘demons’ many of us struggle with. But with a heavy upbeat track that everyone can sing and support you with. It’s so important for people struggling to realize that they’re not alone and I hope this song can play a part in sparking that realization.”
Hayley Kiyoko also just announced her I’m Too Sensitive For This S–t North American headlining tour, which will kick off in 2020.
Watch the lyric video now! You can also download “Demons” on Apple Music.
The Black Eyed Peas and J Balvin team up on“RITMO (Bad Boys For Life), which translates to “Rhythm” in English – released on Friday (October 11).
The track is part of the Bad Boys For Life Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album, available on January 10, 2020.
Meanwhile, Bad Boys For Life – the third installment of the classic Bad Boys franchise starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Colin Tilley helmed the accompanying music video intercut with explosive sequences from the movie.
Black Eyed Peas co-founder will.i.am said, “I wanted to reimagine ‘The Rhythm of the Night’ by Corona and give it a minimal, futurist, afro-fused reggaeton vibe. The final song and video feel like the classic next level futurism that the Black Eyed Peas are all about.”
J Balvin added, “I’ve been a Black Eyed Peas fan for as long as I can remember. They are legends!! It’s an honor to join them and become part of the sound of Bad Boys for Life.”
JoJo just released her new single “Joanna”.
JoJo decided to re-record and re-release her first two albums – JoJo from 2004 and The High Road from 2006.
The original versions of JoJo‘s first two albums currently aren’t available on any streaming services, due to her former label Blackground – which kept her locked in a seven-year contractual bind. The re-recordings are now available for her fans past and present to enjoy!
Jordyn Jones just released her self-titled, debut EP.
“she’s out. my first ever project is out,” Jordyn shared about the project on her Instagram.
The EP features 7 dance/pop infused tracks including “cut ‘em off” and “think about u.”
Jordyn also recently announced she’d be heading out on a mini-tour this fall, starting on November 10th in Dallas.
EYES ON ME Tour Dates:
November 10- Dallas, TX- RBC Deep Ellum
November 11- Houston, TX- Secret Bar
November 16- Boston, MA- Middle East Upstairs
November 17- Philadelphia, PA- Voltage Lounge
November 18- Amityville, New York- Amityville Music Hall
November 21- Los Angeles, CA- The Mint
November 24- San Diego, CA- House of Blues
Baby Ariel just released a her new track “wildside“, and directed the video herself.
“wildside is out now. i’m giving you my whole heart in this one. please be gentle. 🖤,” she wrote on Instagram.
“i think any human should be 100 years old and still question the universe and their own beliefs. you should be 100 years old and still not have yourself fully figured out. there’s always more to learn and always room to grow. it’s okay not to know and it’s okay to be uncertain. and this story is about that journey 💐 AAAAAAAGGGGHHHHHH,” Ariel shared about the meaning behind the song.
Baby A, has a little over 9 Million Instagram followers!
Harry Styles has just released his first new song in over two years, titled “Lights Up.”
“Lights Up” is the first song Harry has released in over two years. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the follow-up to his self-titled debut solo album, which was released 2017.
Back in August, Harry was spotted filming the music video for the song in Mexico.
Listen to “Lights Up” below and watched the music video.
Camila Cabello just dropped her new song “Easy” - which is the latest single off of her upcoming album Romance, which she will be releasing later this year.
It shouldn't take a detective to figure out that she's most likely talking about Shawn Mendes, her longtime friend with whom she recorded the sweltering duet "Senorita," one of the summer's biggest songs. Talking about the eight-month-long process of creating the song, she said, "I've known Shawn for such a long time, and it's so much fun getting to work and do things with somebody who means a lot to you."
Cabello makes her “Saturday Night Live” debut tomorrow night: October 12.
The track listing for the Charlie’s Angels soundtrack is out featuring five new tracks from Ariana Grande, who also co-executive produced the soundtrack.
We’ve already heard Ariana‘s new song “Don’t Call Me Angel” featuring Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey and she also will sing on four other tracks on the soundtrack.
The star-studded lineup of artists also includes Nicki Minaj, Normani, Chaka Khan, Kim Petras, Danielle Bradbery, and more.
The soundtrack will be released on November 1, two weeks before the movie’s release on November 15. You can pre-order it now on iTunes.
1. How It’s Done – Kash Doll, Kim Petras, ALMA, Stefflon Don
2. Bad To You – Ariana Grande, Normani, Nicki Minaj
3. Don’t Call Me Angel (Charlie’s Angels) – Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey
4. Eyes Off You – M-22, Arlissa, Kiana Ledé
5. Bad Girls (Gigamesh Remix) – Donna Summer
6. Nobody – Ariana Grande, Chaka Khan
7. Pantera – Anitta
8. How I Look On You – Ariana Grande
9. Blackout – Danielle Bradbery
10. Got Her Own – Ariana Grande, Victoria Monét
11. Charlie’s Angels Theme (Black Caviar Remix) – Jack Elliott, Allyn Ferguson
K-pop boy band ATEEZ have finally found the Treasure in the finale of their debut-era album series with the release of their new EP today (Oct. 8), Treasure Ep. Fin: All to Action.
All to Action is the fourth album in the eight-member act’s Treasure series, and features 11 tracks, including the propulsive single “Wonderland.” Propelled by its dynamic instrumentals, including bombastic drums and horns, and ATEEZ’s charismatic raps and vocals, the song comes across as a war cry of sorts from the boy band, who spend its length proclaiming that they're going to create a new sort of world, or “Wonderland,” where everyone's dreams can thrive, where the likes of Peter Pan and Jack Sparrow serve as inspiration.
Like all the songs on the album aside from the instrumental intro and outro tracks, rappers Hongjoong and Mingi are featured as lyricists on "Wonderland," while Hongjoong also co-wrote the song "Sunrise." Frequent collaborators Eden, Leez, Buddy, and Ollounder wrote the majority of the tracks on Treasure Ep. Fin: All to Action.
“Wonderland” was released alongside a music video that features the members of ATEEZ in uniforms as they serve as both soldiers and bandleaders, dramatically relaying the single through their aggressive choreography, matching each beat of the song with swaggering, powerful dance moves as they call all of their audience to action. Backed by a marching band, the men of ATEEZ stare down a new path -- and doors opening into the unknown -- with familiar trappings, most notably baring their signature flag.
Since getting their start last October, ATEEZ has rapidly become one of the most popular rookie K-pop boy bands, gaining a reputation for their impactful performances and distinct sonic style, and have frequently appeared on Billboard charts, including the World Album charts. They signed with RCA earlier this year.
Watch the music video for it below.
Noah Cyrus co directs her music video for her song “Lonely.”
The 19-year-old singer teamed up with Symone Ridgell to direct the video for her song. They hired choir members sourced by The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Music Program to star in the video with Noah!
“It’s about vulnerability, trauma and dropping your facade, but also about human connection and finding strength among others (one of the many reasons it felt particularly powerful to work with the Los Angeles LGBT Center),” Symone said about the video. “Lyrically, Noah‘s music is always strikingly raw, and for this song, a video that reflects that is the only kind that could be justified to accompany it.”
Noah also added, “Sometimes there can be dozens of people around you but you still feel lonely. I wanted the video to show what it could really feel like.”