“Go Off” is a new song from English hip-hop recording artist M.I.A. thats served as the lead single to the 40-year-old singer’s fifth studio album ‘A.I.M.’, which is set to be released on September 9, 2016. The track was self-released worldwide as a digital download, under exclusive license to Interscope Records and was produced by Skrillex and Blaqstarr. M.I.A. explained on BBC Radio 1 saying: “It’s my last record, so I just want it to be happy, and there’s no complaints on it.”
“Distraction” is a new song from American R&B singer-songwriter Kehlani which is another track from her soon-to-be-released Atlantic debut. The song is a breezy R&B track that finds Kehlani looking for someone romantic to draw her attention away from real life. “Are you down to be a distraction baby?/But don’t distract me, let me ask you baby/Do you, do you, do you wanna be a distraction baby?” she sings on the catchy chorus.
“CRZY” is a new song from American R&B singer-songwriter Kehlani which she premiered on July 14, 2016 on the Bay Area’s 106 KMEL. The song is her first official single since her acclaimed mixtape, ‘You Should Be Here’. “CRZY,” is a palatable single that mixes modern trap percussion with the airy melodies of late-’90s R&B that speaks about new-found confidence, “I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy /Live for the challenge, only make me stronger/One more reason to turn up on ‘em/ I go, I go, I go, crazy, crazy,” she sings.
“Mean What I Mean” is a brand new song coming from the British duo AlunaGeorge to continue promotional campaign for their upcoming sophomore album ‘I’m In Control’. The track which was in collaboration with American singer-songwriter and rapper Dreezy and Leikeli47 premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show.
“Starving” is a song by American singer and actress Hailee Steinfeld, a brand new song in collaboration with Grey and DJ and musician Zedd. The song is believed to be the lead single from Hailee’s upcoming debut (TBA)album. “Starving” is an upbeat, EDM-infused nostalgic and romantic track with each chorus boasts a Zedd-made EDM drop that is clearly targeting the club audiences.
“Superlove” is a song by American R&B singer-songwriter Tinashe and the latest single from her upcoming sophomore album ‘Joyride’. Tinashe in an interview with Billboard, described the song: “Superlove” is a celebration of happiness. More specifically, it celebrates the kind of happiness that is so immense and infectious, that you can’t help but to rejoice in it. I hope to eulogize this wonderful energy and make people feel good, love harder, and dance together.”
“Scars to Your Beautiful” is a new song by Canadian singer and songwriter Alessia Cara as the third single from her well-crafted debut album ‘Know-It-All’. The song,lyrically, is more than just an empowering anthem; it’s an affirmation of self-love and acceptance . The video for “Scars To Your Beautiful” features a young cancer survivor, a transgender person and others accepting their beauty one by one. “I wanted real shots of real people telling their stories, and showing the story through little vignettes.” Cara stated in recent interview by Cosmopolitan.com.
“Toothbrush” is a disco song by American band DNCE which is from their debut EP ‘Swaay’ (2015). The song served as the second single from the EP which impacted American contemporary hit radio on May 17, 2016 via Republic Records.
“Cruel” is a big new single coming from British electronic/R&B music duo Snakehips, a collaboration with former One Direction singer Zayn Malik. The song has a moody, slow-paced intro full of ambient sounds, piano chords as the tempo picks up quickly into an all-out pop banger. Fuse called Zayns’ singing on the track “very romantically tormented.” His performance was “above and beyond most of what we’ve heard out of him so far” according to MTV.
“Rise” is a song recorded by American singer Katy Perry for U.S. broadcaster NBC as an image song on their coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics. The song is a mid-tempo electronic song about victory and rising above opponents and was released as a single and digital download on July 14, 2016. “Rise” is “a song that’s brewing inside me for years, that has finally come to the surface”, says Perry “because now more than ever, there is a need for our world to unite”.