“You Gotta Not” is a new song by the British Girl group Little Mix as the first countdown single from their upcoming fourth studio album ‘Glory Days’. The song is expected to be released today, October 28, along with the pre-order of the album. “You Gotta Not” is a synth-dancehall track, very fun and up-tempo, where the Little Mix girls basically say that hell no they are not into lazy, jobless, immature, childish men or men that still wear whitey-tightys. And spend the whole song calling them out.
“Places” is a new song by French DJ, record producer and remixer Martin Solveig, which will still give our hearts a lot of love and fun even when the Summer time is out. A few months after releasing smash single “Do It Right.” with collaboration of Australian emerging singer-songwriter and rapper Tkay Maidza, Solveig premiere another dance anthem. “Places” was released on digital retailers last October 14th via KOPG, Virgin EMI Records and Universal Music.
“Remember Who I Was” is a new song released by British singer-songwriter James Arthur, that serves up as second promotional single off his upcoming sophomore studio album ‘Back From The Edge.’ Following the success of his lead single “Say You Won’t Let You Go,” marking his successful return on the music industry, former X Factor champ James Arthur follows up the chart topper with a further taste of his upcoming second studio album.
“Rockabye” is a song recorded by English electronic music group Clean Bandit who team up with Jamaican rapper-singer Sean Paul and English singer-songwriter Anne-Marie to make up the numbers for their new single. The new track, which is a musically a bouncy party anthem, is a smart mix of pop, some dancehall, electronica and of course Clean Bandit’s violins. “Rockabye,” lyrically, are an ode to all single mothers out there giving it their all to secure a hopeful future for their kids. The video for “Rockabye,” released on October 21, 2016, portrays a single mother who makes a living as a a pole dancer which perfectly depict the struggle that this song is about.
“The Cry Inside” is a new song by American singer-songwriter Kelly Clarkson who just came back to music scene. Clarkson recently announced her partnership with Atlantic Records which would allow her more freedom to record and release the kind of music she wanted, like a soulful album, and one of the first tastes since the new deal is the new track. “The Cry Inside” which is presume a brooding anthemic power ballad is composed by Brian Byrne and is the main soundtrack theme song for the movie ‘The Secret Scripture,’ a film based off the 2008 novel written by Irish writer Sebastian Barry about a one-hundred-year-old woman’s life in a mental institution.
“Garden” is a new song Scottish singer Emeli Sandé who teams up with Jay Electronica and Áine Zion for her new single. The new song is off her forthcoming album ‘Long Live the Angels’ due out this November 11, 2016. “Garden” debuted the song on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show where she revealed that; “Garden is one of my favorite songs on the album and we wrote it about two years ago.” Emeli also told Annie that the time off between albums had everything to do with reconnecting to herself and her music. “I definitely felt as an artist I needed time out to really, you know, start to express myself as who I was by the end of all that…I felt I needed to get back in the studio, really better myself as a songwriter and musician. And that’s why I thought I had to go away for a bit,” added Emeli.
“All Night” is a song by British band The Vamps, a collaborated track with Norwegian DJ Matoma that was released on October 14, 2016. The song was debuted on BBC Radio 1 A List on October 12, 2016. “All Night,” lyrically, revolves around the notion of appreciating someone. “It’s the ecstasy feeling of reassurance knowing someone is there for you and acknowledging how much they’ve helped you, too,” Brad shared about the track. He also added about the collaboration with Matoma, “We really wanted to try something slightly different and new for The Vamps, and Matoma was the perfect person to do this with. Luckily for us, he heard the demo and wanted to get involved.”
“Used To Have It All” is a deep house production by Dutch DJ and record producer Afrojack who collaborates once again with up-and-coming singer Fais. Afrojack has become renowned across the globe for his signature electro and Dutch house styles, however, Afrojack often push boundaries and try out different sounds, which definitely showcases his versatility as a music producer. “Used To Have It All” delivers a lovely auditory experience quite effectively as the track builds up and transitions into the mind-boggling drop that would likely get any listener dancing and fired up. And the overall assessment is that this new single is another hit-in-the-making from Afrojack and Fais.
“True Disaster” is a brand new track released by Swedish singer and songwriter Tove Lo. The single is a sparkling, pulsating number and lyrically about the inevitable devastation that comes with falling in love. “True Disaster” is slated to appear on her forthcoming second album, ‘Lady Wood’ and is part of the first half, which captures the
moment “when the adrenaline starts to kick in. It gives you butterflies. It’s that tingling sensation of sex.” says Tove Lo.
“Don’t Wanna Know” is a brand new song and a collaboration by American pop rock band Maroon 5 and American rapper Kendrick Lamar, his first team up with the Adam Levin-led band. The new release also sees Kendrick continue to experiment with pop songs, following the success of his recent collaboration with Australian singer-songwriter Sia on “The Greatest”. Halle Kiefer of Vulture said that the song: “has a distinctly non–Maroon 5 sound, putting a breezy, bouncy, lighthearted spin on drinking to forget, and dancing to dull the pain of losing the one true connection you ever had.”