leaving their label at such an untimely manner was risky to say the least, but the girls of little mix have never been ones for playing by the rules. this is evident in the theme of the album, which revolves around female empowerment, confidence, and supportive relationships, with each of the songs working in a cohesive manner to promote these messages.
amidst the bitterly frosty weather on a late wednesday, i found solace in the unmistakably serene atmosphere that was brought about by olafur arnalds and co’s performance.
soft, palatable colors decorate the entirety of the music video, directed by jeff vanags. everything about it seems almost too ethereal, something we so desperately crave in today’s modern society.
rising musical artist joji has made his official debut into the music industry with the release of his album, ballads 1 and it’s clear joji is beginning to bloom as an artist, like a dark flower.
ariana grande emphasizes the need for gratitude and self love after the end of a relationship in her new song “thank u, next.”
the song, one drink, writes about a difficult breakup, and it was as electrifying as it was painful. the finishing product of the video was nothing less.
rap can be a hard genre to start listening to. it has such a specific culture and unique sound that it can seem intimidating at times. however, just because i’ll probably never be post malone’s biggest fan doesn’t mean i can’t enjoy his songs every now and then.
“Crush Culture” is a dreamy and nostalgic pop anthem filled with gang vocals and a simple, compelling synth bass line that will have you sing/shouting along by the second listen.
‘joan of arc’ by little mix is the type of song that leaves the listener feeling empowered and energized; you'll surely feeling like a joan of arc by time it comes to a close.
just wrapping up their full tour across the us, new music from the score is happening— and it’s happening fast. here’s piper on their new single, “the fear”.
As the cold begins to set in, NEIKED’s newest single “How Did I Find You” featuring up-and-coming artist Miriam Bryant steals summer back for three minutes, much to our delight.