Halsey has been gearing up for the release of her highly anticipated third album and it is definitely going to make a statement. Unleashing her powerful prowess, Halsey has rocked us to our core with her new single “Nightmare.” Grungy and anthemic, “Nightmare” immediately kicks into high gear as Halsey aggressively sings her girl-power lyrics over the rock-inspired beat. “Nightmare” is Halsey’s first solo single of the year following her deeply personal ballad “Without Me.” Stream “Nightmare” below and be sure to watch her phenomenal music video.
This is the first time Madonna has enlisted Diplo for production duties. He previously produced five tracks off her 2015 album Rebel Heart, including “Bitch I’m Madonna,” which featured Nicki Minaj and “Veni Vidi Vici,” which featured Nas. The two have now teamed up once again for Madonna’s latest single “Future.” Featuring Quavo, “Future” is the third single off Madonna’s upcoming Madame X album. Diplo’s reggae-tinged beat provides the perfect backdrop for Madonna and Quavo’s apocalypse inspired lyrics, so much so that it almost sounds like a Major Lazer track.
Madonna first linked up with Quavo last year for their controversial track “CHAMPAGNE ROSÉ,” which appeared on the rapper’s solo debut album QUAVO HUNCHO. With their long history of collaboration, Diplo is sure to make more than one appearance on Madonna’s Madame X album dropping next month. Stream “Future” below.
To many, Passion Pit and Galantis sounds like a complete match made in heaven. That’s exactly what they’ve delivered with their new collaboration “I Found You.” Allowing fans to drown themselves in dreamy melodies, the enchanting record aims to leave a smile on your face through its melancholic atmosphere. As all artists on deck show off their songwriting prowess, it wouldn’t surprise us if this track ends up on the radio all summer long. Stream Passion Pit and Galantis’ “I Found You” below.
Passion Pit – I Found You (feat. Galantis) | Stream
All week long, excitement for Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran‘s collaborative single has grown unbearable. The pair of pop singers began teasing the track on social media with a hilarious prom-style photo and the internet was instantly tantalized by the mere concept of a collaboration between the two. Arriving just in time to become the song of the summer, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have released “I Don’t Care.” Unsurprisingly, the breezy dancehall-inspired tune is catchy as hell and delivers an upbeat, positive message.
The two previously collaborated on Bieber’s 2015 Purpose single “Love Yourself” and both appeared in Lil Dicky’s “Earth” music video last month. Just weeks ago, Justin Bieber announced his return to music and his upcoming new project when he took the stage alongside Ariana Grande at Coachella. This could very well be the first single off the project, though that has not been confirmed. Regardless, get ready to fall in love with Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran’s uplifting new collaboration. Stream “I Don’t Care” below.
Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber – I Don’t Care | Stream
There’s a reason why Medasin is one of our favorite producers. His constantly evolving sound makes him almost unpredictable and it’s a trait that fans have come to love. Last month he teamed up with Rico Nasty for Duckwrth’s fiery single “LOVE IS LIKE A MOSHPIT” and today, the stellar producer is back with his next feels-inducing masterpiece “Always Afternoon” featuring Kathleen. A true master at creating the perfect vibe, Medasin’s “Always Afternoon” offers a silky smooth escape with dreamy jazz undertones and Kathleen’s soft vocals weaving an unmistakeable spell throughout. Drift away on Medasin’s new single “Always Afternoon” and let us know what you think in the comments.
Elohim is always keeping us on our toes. Her debut self-titled album spanned 15 flawless tracks, each of which only made us adore the rising pop songstress even more. One year later, Elohim has unveiled the deluxe edition of her album with a flurry of sparkling new remixes. As part of the deluxe edition, Elohim has expanded the project to include 29 tracks and incorporated recent remixes by RAC and Louis The Child along with new remixes by Mija, Yoshi Flower, Gigamesh, Born Dirty, Sacha Robotti, Tep No, and more. Better yet, Elohim has shared remixes of three of her own tracks “Water Baby,” “Silence Is Cool,” and “Why Am I Like This”. Elohim’s extended album serves as both a celebration of the one year anniversary and the closing of a chapter. Catch Elohim on tour supporting Blackbear this summer and stream her reenvisioned album below.