Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has released the official music video for new single, “Don’t,” the second release off his latest album X. Directed by Emil Nava, the video depicts the rags to riches journey of a dancer starring the immensely talented hip-hop dancer/choreographer Phillip Chbeeb, aka PacMan. Click “continue reading” to watch “Don’t” music video by Ed Sheeran.
Holly Miranda quietly released an acoustic cover of “Something On Your Mind” via her SoundCloud page. The cover is a welcomed gift from the singer-songwriter whose upcoming full-length album has been further delayed due to label/distributor issues until October 2014. Click “continue reading” to listen to Holly Miranda cover “Something On Your Mind.”
Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way will release his debut solo album, Hesitant Alien, on September 30th via Warner Bros. Records. Click “continue reading” to see the official tracklist for Hesitant Alien and get your first listen to lead single “Action Cat.”
Rumblings of a new Janet Jackson album are getting louder as Mix Magazine just published an interview with producer/engineer Ian Cross, who confirmed he is helping produce a new album for the popstar. While longtime friend and collaborator Jimmy Jam has teased a new project by Jackson, the interview with Cross goes on record to say she is, indeed, in the studio recording. Click “continue reading” to get the latest.
Multi-platinum selling, Grammy nominated recording artist Sara Bareilles brought her “Little Black Dress” tour to the Uptown Amphitheatre in Charlotte last night in support of her third studio album, The Blessed Unrest. Click “continue reading” to read our full show review, see concert setlist and photos of Sara Bareilles as well as opening acts Emily King and Hannah Georgas.
Indie pop trio Sir Sly have announced their debut full-length album, You Haunt Me, will be released on September 16th via Cherrytree/Interscope Records. The album’s title track, “You Haunt Me” is streaming now via Billboard. Pre-order the album starting tomorrow, July 29th.
North Carolina born singer-songwriter Ryan Adams has announced that he will release a new, full-length album on September 8th via Pax-Am/Columbia Records. The 11-track, self-titled album will be Adams’ first full-length project since 2011′s acclaimed Ashes & Fire. Get your first listen to “Gimme Something Good” by Ryan Adams now and see the official tracklist for his upcoming album.
Dirty house pioneer Vato Gonzalez offers no apologies if his new single “Monkey Riddim” incites a riot. Gonzalez returns to the big-room he helped build with aggressive synth work, raspy vocal samples from the same person who provided the sample for Martin Garrix’s “Animals,” and a little help from Tjen. Listen to a snippet of “Monkey Riddim” by Vato Gonzalez now and purchase the full single via Beatport.
The official lineup for the fourth annual iHeartRadio Music Festival has just been announced and (as we’ve come to expect) features the biggest names and current chart toppers in pop music including: Taylor Swift, Coldplay, One Direction, Usher, Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea, Paramore, Lorde, Eric Church, and Calvin Harris, among others. Click “continue reading” to get more information about the festival and ticket sales.
Maroon 5 has released the official tracklist and cover art for their upcoming fifth studio album titled V. The album, which features their latest single “#Mpaps,” is due out on September 2nd via 222 Records / Interscope. The 11-track album features production by Ryan Tedder and Benny Blanco as well as a collaboration with Gwen Stefani on a track called “My Heart Is Open.” Click “continue reading” to see the full tracklist for Maroon 5′s album V.