Ed Sheeran has given a few false starts regarding his sophomore album. Previously, he talked about making a death metal or hip-hop record, while an interview question about working with producer Rick Rubin became a metaphorical conversation about making a pizza.
But now, it looks like the red-headed singer-songwriter is being straightforward with his audience, especially as the first single comes out today. To officially start promotion, Sheeran revealed the album’s title and release date on Twitter. He wrote: “My 2nd album is called 'x' or 'multiply' and will released on the 23rd of June worldwide. Can't wait for you guys to hear it”[…] Read more »
Prism, as a whole, turned into another hit for Katy Perry. Not only did the album itself get to the top of the charts in the U.S. and U.K., but it generated two successful singles: “Roar” and “Dark Horse.”
After “Dark Horse,” which originally came out as a promo and then later officially released, many wondered what Perry would do next, and now, she plans to follow it up with “Birthday.”
The pop star announced the track this week by tweeting a picture of the album artwork. The image, if you can’t tell, features the singer and her sister at a birthday party in the 1990s.
Right now, there’s no official release date for the single.[…] Read more »
Since the Paradise Edition of her Born to Die album dropped, Lana Del Rey saw multiple leaks, from a jab at Lady Gaga’s success to the recent “Under The Pale Moonlight.” But now, the singer born Lizzie Grant finally announced an official single – and this one will be the first track from her upcoming sophomore album Ultraviolence.
Del Rey’s been making crucial information about Ultraviolence slip, such as its release date to fans that just happened to have a recording device on hand, and the announcement for “West Coast” is no different.[…] Read more »
Drake has been shooting off the singles lately, and his latest track to come out is “Draft Day,” which calls out multiple celebrities.
Drake dropped the song on Tuesday. The track samples Lauryn Hill’s “Doo-Wop” and then name-drops Jennifer Lawrence, Chance the Rapper, and college football star Johnny Manziel.
The track follows multiple singles off Drake’s No. 1 album, Nothing Was The Same. That release came out in September 2013, and so far, its biggest hit has been “Hold On, We’re Going Home.”
From there, the rapper/singer put out a string of singles in 2013 and 2014, including “All Me,” “Pound Cake,” “The Language,” and “Too Much.”[…] Read more »
Last week, Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA and producer Cilvaringz announced a double album – a surprise, considering they just started promoting their next full-length release, A Better Tomorrow. But there’s a catch. The double-disc release of 31 tracks, called Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, would only see one copy created.
From here, the album would tour museums, galleries, and other spaces for people to listen with special headphones. After, someone would have the chance to buy the release. However, even though Shaolin hasn’t toured yet, Wu-Tang has already gotten a bidder.[…] Read more »
Three years have passed since Radiohead last released an album, so fans likely have started wondering when the group behind such seminal releases as OK Computer and Kid A will put something out.
This week, Jonny Greenwood gave an update to Nashville Cream about the status of a ninth studio album, and he hinted that something is in the works. Per NME, Greenwood explained that the group’s still working on their solo projects but have a plan to come together at the end of the summer to start putting something together. He said: "But, you know, we're a slow-moving animal, always have been. I guess we'll decide then what we do next."[…] Read more »
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