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  1. AUGUST 14th, 2020 Never Really Over Cry About It Later Teary Eyes Daisies Resilient Not The End Of The World Smile Champagne Problems Tucked Harleys In Hawaii Only Love What Makes A Woman BONUS: Small Talk Never Worn White Daisies (Acoustic) Daisies (Oliver Heldens Remix)
  2. BRIGHTEST BLUE ELLIE GOULDING July 17 LISTEN NOW: https://elliegoulding.lnk.to/BrightestBlueTW Side 1: 1. Start (feat. Serpentwithfeet) 2. Power 3. How Deep Is Too Deep 4. Cyan 5. Love I’m Given 6. New Heights 7. Ode To Myself 8. Woman 9. Tides 10. Wine Drunk 11. Bleach 12. Flux 13. Brightest Blue Side 2: 1. Overture 2. Worry About Me 3. Slow Grenade (feat. Lauv) 4. Close To Me 5. Hate Me (with Juice WRLD)
  3. TRACKLIST 1 Chromatica I 2 Alice 3 Stupid Love 4 Rain On Me (w/ Ariana Grande) 5 Free Woman 6 Fun Tonight 7 Chromatica II 8 911 9 Plastic Doll 10 Sour Candy (w/ BLACKPINK) 11 Enigma 12 Replay 13 Chromatica III 14 Sine From Above (w/ Elton John) 15 1000 Doves 16 Babylon BONUS TRACKS 17 Love Me Right 18 1000 doves (Piano Demo) 19 Stupid Love (Warehouse Mix)
  4. x Levitating (feat. Missy Elliott & Madonna) - Remixed by The Blessed Madonna Physical (feat. Gwen Stefani) - Remixed by Mark Ronson + more remixes!
  5. FOLKLORE The 8th Studio Album by Taylor Swift ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ “An exquisite, empathetic lockdown triumph.” Telegraph ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "A dazzling, timeless surprise album." I Newspaper ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "Her emotional acuity has never been more assured.” Guardian ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ "Fresh, forward-thinking and, most of all, honest" NME Stream Now
  6. Girl doesn’t rest, and neither do I. In an interview published today by The Province Newspaper in British Columbia, Miss Jepsen has 3 songs already in the works for CRJ6. We’ll just have to wait for her to record another 197 One of the benefits of being on the road with longtime band members and writing collaborators Tavish Crowe and Jared Manierka means that the machine never stops writing. “We’ve managed about three new songs, which is pretty great given how much of the focus really is on playing live,” she said. “The shows have been going great and my favourites of the new songs so far are Want You In My Room and, surprisingly, Real Love. We didn’t have that in the set initially, but people were always requesting it and they are really getting into it, so it’s in.” Keeping connected to her fans and keeping focused on her brand, Carly Rae Jepsen is most certainly getting calls. Dedicated shows an artist developing a sound that started to take shape two albums ago into something distinct. Perhaps the next album will be another breakthrough Source: x Edit: May 22/2020 The Guardian did an interview with CRJ regarding Dedicated Side B, and CRJ said that she has a “baby album of songs” done over COVID quarantine. Also, her influences during the time alone: Edit: May 26/20 CRJ states in a podcast that her and Tavish Crowe, have finished an album worth of songs while under COVID quarantine: https://switchedonpop.com/episodes/carly-rae-jepsen-meeting-the-muse
  7. Unapologetic Bitch


    Club Future Nostalgia Tracklist 1. Future Nostalgia (ft. Jamiroquai) 2. Don’t Start Now (Y2K Murder remix) 3. Cool (ft. Charlie Puth) 4. Physical (ft. Gwen Stefani) [prod. Mark Ronson] 5. Levitating (ft Madonna and Missy Elliott) [prod. The Blessed Madonna] 6. Pretty Please (ft. Jorja Smith) [prod. Clean Bandit] 7. Hallucinate (ft. Kylie Minogue) [prod. Röyksopp] 8. Love Again (ft. Ed Sheeran) 9. Break My Heart (Oh No!) [ft. Zara Larsson] 10. Boys Will Be Boys (ft. Charli XCX, MØ and Zara Larsson) 11. Never Ending 12. Love Me Better (prod. Paul Oakenfold) 13. Disco Goes On 14. If It Ain’t Me (ft. Normani)
  8. Vesper


    How would you guys redo the Britney Jean Era, if you had to keep all the songs but reorder the singles? Alien Work Bitch Perfume It Should Be Easy - Britney Spears feat. will.i.am Tik Tik Boom - Britney Spears feat. T.I. Body Ache Til It's Gone Passenger Chillin' With You - Britney Spears feat. Jamie Lynn) THIS TRASH CAN BE DELETED AND THE ALBUM WILL BE BETTER FOR IT Don't Cry Brightest Morning Star Hold On Tight Now That I Found You Perfume (The Dreaming Mix) Here’s my take: Lead Single: Passenger (I just listened to Passenger again since Katy Perry said it was her favorite song she wrote for another artist and honestly, it low key slays) 2nd Single: Work Bitch (Keeping this iconic bop) 3rd Single: Alien (Personal song) 4th Single: Perfume (Great ballad, needs more promotion) 5th Single: Til It’s Gone (I don’t know why but I like this song...)
  9. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Singles Without Me (Buzz Single) Graveyard (Lead Single) clementine (Promo Single) Finally // beautiful stranger (Promo Single) Suga's Interlude (Promo Single) You should be sad (2nd Single) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tracklist 01. Ashley 02. clementine 03. Graveyard 04. You should be sad 05. Forever... (is a long time) 06. Dominic's Interlude 07. I HATE EVERYBODY 08. 3am 09. Without Me 10. Finally // beautiful stranger 11. Alanis' Interlude 12. killing boys 13. SUGA's Interlude 14. More 15. Still Learning 16. 929 17. You should be sad (original voicenote) 18. I'm Not Mad 19. Wipe Your Tears ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Merchandise ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Manic Album merchandise ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Spotify "Fans First" Exclusive Picture Disc Vinyl ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Clementine Merch Drop 01 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Finally // beautiful stranger limited 7" LP ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HALSEY X VERDY 48H collection ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ "Manic" Candle ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Manic "Ashley" Edition (Signed by Ashley) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Flash Sale ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Limited Edition "MANIC" Tie Dye Merchandise ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ USA Store | UK Store http://www.manicthealbum.com/
  10. Beyoncé has announced a new visual album called Black Is King. The project is written, directed, and executive produced by Beyoncé. It’s set to premiere on Disney+ on July 31. Watch the teaser trailer at Beyoncé’s website. The singer-songwriter previously worked with the entertainment conglomerate on the “live-action” CGI remake of The Lion King, for which she recorded new music and curated the companion album The Lion King: The Gift. Bey also released Beyoncé Presents: Making the Gift—a documentary detailing the recording process of the LP. She recently teamed up with Disney on ABC’s The Disney Family Singalong, during which she sang part of “When You Wish Upon a Star” as a tribute to healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beyoncé recently released her latest single “BLACK PARADE,” which arrived on Juneteenth (June 19)— a day commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. source: https://pitchfork.com/news/beyonce-announces-new-visual-album-black-is-king-shares-trailer-watch/
  11. Moira O'Hara


  12. Freaky Prince


    1 Never Really Over 2 Cry About It Later 3 Teary Eyes 4 Daisies 5 Resilient 6 Not The End Of The World 7 Smile 8 Champagne Problems 9 Tucked 10 Harleys in Hawaii 11 Only Love 12 What Makes A Woman 13 Small Talk 14 Never Worn White 15 Daisies Acoustic 16 Daisies Oliver Heldens Remix
  13. LittleDudeNT5

    Is "Blackout" Britney's Best Album?

    Blackout has perhaps become Britney’s most lauded album among fans and retrospective pop music critics. This is rather significant considering its relatively low impact at the time. The music had taken a backseat to Britney’s media attention and tabloid coverage. The critics were more concerned with her awkward pole-dancing in the “Gimme More” music video or her lip-synced fumbling performance at the MTV Video Music Awards. The album remains a black sheep among her discography, which sees Britney completely embracing the underground genres of dark electro-pop, techno, and even dubstep (all of which became more popular in later years). It didn’t offer the type of bubbly personality, sensuality, or radio-friendly hits we’d come to expect from a Britney album. This was what made it such an outlier – not just for Britney, but for the pop music landscape. Blackout is arguably Britney’s most cohesive album; the soundscape is succinct and each track brings its own level of satisfaction for the overall listening experience. However, despite this praise, it’s difficult to name Blackout as the best Britney album. The project is decidedly impersonal. Beyond a few softer tracks – like “Heaven on Earth” and “Why Do I Feel Sad” – the album is aggressively and unabashedly sexual. In The Zone had offered tracks oozing intimacy with a slice of passion: Britney whispered soft desires in “Breathe on Me” and easy sultriness over oriental strings on “Touch of my Hand”. Blackout hits listeners with gritty, hard-edge beats, forward lyrics of uncommitted erotic encounters, and a fair amount of vocals from the male producers that make you feel like a sweaty guy is breathing down your neck at a club. In fact, the entire albums feels like strobe-lights in a crowded black-box club, black paint on the walls and floors, and graffiti all over the bathroom stalls. The room is spinning, it’s dark, and there are people grinding on you from all sides. In some ways I suppose that was the intention of this album: it was meant for the clubs. On In The Zone, Britney co-wrote eight of the tracks. These were oftentimes specific to her experiences or interests. In 2005, fans were seeing Britney becoming more and more involved in the creative process, and were even promised the most personal project of her career. Whatever work was done between 2004 and 2007 was seemingly scrapped (with only a few Britney-penned tracks surviving on an EP) and the public received Blackout instead. Britney barely contributed to two of the tracks on the album, and considering her private struggles, the media scrutinizing her behavior, and being pregnant during recording, it’s hard to find the artist’s personal connection to the music. Britney only performed once to promote the album, and was focused instead on her own trials and tribulations. Considering what was going on with her at the time, a raw, sexually-charged record is an odd professional move. That isn’t to say that Britney isn’t present on the album. Despite criticisms of over-reliance on autotune, Britney is direct, loud, and sassy on Blackout, giving more than a few memorable performances. An album doesn’t necessarily need to come from a personal place to be good. Blackout is sonically interesting and one of the most provocative pop albums of the 2000s. Other female pop singers of the time couldn’t quite pull off this type of image and embracement of underground pop subgenres as Britney did. It remains a solid, timeless album even after all these years. One of the reasons why Blackout can’t quite snag the title of Britney’s best album is because of the releases that bookend it. In the Zone saw Britney’s intentionally-charged blossom out of her teen-pop image and into womanhood and creative metamorphosis. The album doesn’t quite hit you from all sides, as there are a few tracks that could have been replaced by any number of excellent unreleased material, but it saw Britney at her most involved. It was refreshing to see her finally take control of her music. On the other end, Britney barely gave Blackout enough time to rest in the dirt before releasing Circus in 2008. Although Britney still wasn’t giving much creative input, the album has a better balance in tone. The album is more positive, brighter, and doesn’t preoccupy itself with the subject of sex. The album is full of certified hits (“Womanizer”, “Circus”, “If U Seek Amy”) and even more potential smashes (“Kill the Lights”, “Shattered Glass”, “Unusual You”). Circus saw Britney re-embracing Top 40 sensibilities, but unlike the bubblegum releases of her youth, this album is mature and competent. One can’t quite say whether or not In the Zone or Circus are Britney’s best efforts – just as it can’t be said with certainty that Blackout takes that crown. All three are highly formidable pop albums in their own right, and it all depends on what the listener wants from Britney Spears as an artist.
  14. Tracklist 1. When We Were Kids (Intro) 2. Warm Summer Nights 3. There Is Only One You 4. Like Myself 5. Xyla's Lullaby (Interlude) 6. Need To Find My Place 7. No One's Listening 8. Letting Go (Interlude) 9. No Matter Where You Are (Wedding Version) 10. Every Day Is Ours 11. La La La There Is Only One You Warm Summer Nights Like Myself
  15. WE ARE CHAOS out 11.09 Red, Black and Blue We are Chaos Don't Chase the Dead Paint You with My Love Halfway and One Step Forward Infinite Darkness Perfume Keep My Head Together Solve Coagula Broken Needle For the 3 people here who stan MM
  16. In an interview that was just published in Interview Magazine, Cyndi Lauper asks Carly a question, and she let it slip that a “Side B/Part 2” is coming: LAUPER: They’re trying to teach you, as opposed to collaborate. You went to Nicaragua. What the hell were you doing in Nicaragua? JEPSEN: At least when I’m single, I end up doing braver things than I expect. I was just looking to distract myself. I said yes to an offer at a writers’ camp, which, in theory, I usually hate the idea of a writers’ camp. LAUPER: Wait. A writers’ camp, in Nicaragua? JEPSEN: We were staying in a spot called Maderas Village. It was a little bit of a jungle sanctuary. We had all these little casitas. Inside the casitas were built studios, writing rooms. We would be swimming and chilling during the morning, have some beautiful breakfast, and then we’d go to different assigned studios with new people, absolute strangers, and write songs all day. LAUPER: Wow, that’s extraordinary. JEPSEN: It was the best time.  LAUPER: You wrote some of this album there?  JEPSEN: I did. Similarly to other writing camps, at the very end of the last night, everyone goes to the main high casita, with a view of the ocean and everything, and we all get our little cocktails and we sit around and play our songs to each other. I came back with so many new friends from that experience, and I think three or four songs that are either going to be on this album or the one following. LAUPER: That’s great. I thought your album was ready to go and done. JEPSEN: It is, but I have dreams. Ever since I put out a B-side for Emotion, I have a dream of putting out a part two for this album, as well. When you write as many songs as I did, it’s kind of terrifying to only get to share 15. I want to share at least 30. Note: EMOTION Side B came out exactly 1 year after EMOTION came out in N.America. So, I would guess that we will have to wait until a year for the next instalment. Also, we know that Dedicated (the song) didn’t make this album cut. This could mean it may be on Side B/Part 2 or whatever she calls the accompanying EP. Edit: March 15/20 In a Norwegian Interview, CRJ confirmed that it won’t be called “Side B” . The songs will be mixed this Spring and released shortly afterwards and “Let’s Be Friends” may not be on it - I have edited Thread Title. Edit: May 6/20 Music Industry tweeter Ultrasubversive, leaked that the album will have 12 tracks: Edit: May 7/20 Ultrasubversive tweeted his opinion on Side B: So now we know most the tracks* on the album through Ultrasubversive: This Love Isn’t Crazy Stay Away This Is What They Say Summer Love Solo Heartbeat Comeback (ft Bleachers) Lets Sort The While Thing Out Now I Don’t Hate California After All Fake Mona Lisa Track 11 Track 12 *(album track order is not accurate and “Let’s Be Friends” will not be on it) Edit: May 11/20 “Window” and “Felt This Way” are the final 2 tracks Edit: May 17/20 On the 1 Year Anniversary of Dedicated, CRJ officially announces the release of Dedicated Side B, with a tease at the end:
  17. Tracklist 1. Alone Again 2. Too Late 3. Hardest To Love 4. Scared To Live 5. Snowchild 6. Escape From LA 7. Heartless 8. Faith 9. Blinding Lights 10. In Your Eyes 11. Save Your Tears 12. Repeat After Me (Interlude) 13. After Hours 14. Until I Bleed Out ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Singles Heartless November 27, 2019 Blinding Lights November 29, 2019
  18. Unapologetic Bitch


    Steps songwriter onboard for Kylie Minogue’s Disco album Kylie Minogue has called on one of Steps’ premier songwriters to pen a new track for her forthcoming album Disco. Fiona Bevan, who wrote the group’s hits Scared Of The Dark and Neon Blue, taken from the 2017 album Tears On The Dancefloor, has written track 11 on the album. Bevan also co-wrote the title track on Claire Richards’ solo album, My Wildest Dreams, and has worked with stars including Mika and One Direction. The title of the song remains unknown. Elsewhere on the album, Kylie has continued the writing spree that began in the Golden era, co-writing 10 of the 12 standard tracks – including lead single Say Something – and all four of the deluxe edition songs. Several songwriters from the golden era are also onboard for Disco, including Daniel Shah and Skylar Adams (Stop Me from Falling, A Lifetime To Repair), Jonathan Green (Radio On, Lost Without You), Ash Howes (One Last Kiss), Kiris Houston (A Lifetime To Repair) Richard ‘Biff’ Stannard, who worked on Golden and also penned Please Stay, Love At First Sight, and In Your Eyes, among other Kylie tracks, is also featured, along with Peter Wallevik and Daniel Heløy Davidsen (Get Outta My Way, Million Miles). KYLIE WORLD PAGE ( Fan page) 🌟⭐🌟 1. Untitled – Michelle Buzz, Daniel Heløy Davidsen, Peter Wallevik, Teemu Brunila 2. Untitled – Kylie Minogue, Ally Ahern, Brunila, Nico “Stadi” Hartikainen 3. Untitled – Minogue, Alida Gaprestad, Brunila, Hartikainen 4. Untitled – Minogue, Linslee Campbell, Maegan Cottone, Daniel Shah, Skylar Adams 5. Untitled – Minogue, Cottone, Adams 6. “Say Something” – Minogue, Jonathan Green, Ash Howes, Richard “Biff” Stannard 7. Untitled – Minogue, Cottone, Adams 8. Untitled – Minogue, Stannard, Duck Blackwell 9. Untitled – Minogue, Shah, Adams, Kiris Houston 10. Untitled – Minogue, Campbell, Cottone, Adams 11. Untitled- Fiona Bevan, Troy Miller 12. Untitled – Minogue, Cottone, Shah, Adams 13. Untitled – Minogue, Linslee Campbell, Sky Adams & Teemu Brunila 14. Untitled – Minogue, Cottone, Adams 15. Untitled – Minogue, Cottone, Adams 16. Untitled – Minogue, Shah, Houston, Adams
  19. Demi Lovallah


    "The album, described as an 'R&B-infused, emotionally honest body of work,'...[features] production from Doc McKinney (The Weeknd, Santigold), Lido (Halsey, Chance the Rapper), and 30 Roc (Kendrick Lamar, Cardi B)." "I called the album Good to Know because of everything I’ve learned in the past few years -- every piece of feedback, criticism (internal or external), whatever it is -- it’s all just information. And it’s all good!" said JoJo in a release. "I’ve been lucky to have the space to reflect on my own journey up to now, and I hope people can take comfort in the fact that I am not anywhere near perfect, and I will never sugarcoat anything. We are all constantly living and learning, and that’s what makes this life so fun."
  20. 1. GTFO 2. With You 3. Caution 4. A No No 5. The Distance (feat. Ty Dolla $ign) 6. Giving Me Life 7. One Mo' Gen 8. 8th Grade 9. Stay Long Love You 10. Portrait