“Don’t You Need Somebody” is a song by Moroccan Swedish record producer, singer-songwriter, and record executive RedOne. The song released as a new single also feature vocals from Enrique Iglesias, R.City, Sereyah and Shaggy. “Don’t You Need Somebody” is available in digital format and ready for download.
“I Hope” is a song by a choir of relatives of missing children, the Missing People Choir, along with the choir featuring Chesney Hawkes, Rick Astley, Carol Decker, Lesley Garret and Royal Mail’s Mail Voice Choir.
“The Underground” is a song by English DJ, producer, singer and songwriter Lewis Jankel, commonly known as Shift K3Y. The new single is included on a project(album) called ‘Thru the NIT3’ and which is expected to be released later this year via Sony Music Entertainment. “The Underground” was released today as promotional single.
“Let Me Love You” is a song by American singer Ariana Grande released as a second promotional single. The song features American hip hop artist Lil Wayne and is from her upcoming third studio album ‘Dangerous Woman’ (2016). “Let Me Love You” recieved mostly positive critical reviews stating: “It’s not quite irresistible, but it’s mildly alluring”says Andrew Unterberger of Spin.
“Into You” is a song recorded by American singer Ariana Grande, released as the second single from her third studio album, ‘Dangerous Woman’ (2016). Critical reception of the song was mostly positive from music critics. Rachel Sonis of Idolator’s gave the track a positive review, stating that the song “might be her most scandalous one yet”, and that “”Into You” is, simply put, a massive club tune. Its monstrous EDM-pop beat is reminiscent of My Everything, and the song’s catchy chorus will definitely have everyone on the dance-floor within seconds.”
“The Show Must Go On” is a Queen’s original with Canadian singer Celine Dion recorded studio version of her own rendetion on the song and released it as a digital single on May 20, 2016. The track features American violinist, dancer, performance artist, singer and composer Lindsey Stirling on violin. On May 22, 2016, Dion performed the song during the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, where she received the Icon Award.
“Together Stronger (C’mon Wales)” is a song by Manic Street Preachers released on May 20, 2016 as theme song for the Wales national team for the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament.The Manics tweeted: “It’s with great pride we can announce the Manics are providing the official Wales Euro 2016 song – ‘Together Stronger (C’mon Wales)'”. All profits from the song will go to the Princes Gate Trust and Tenovus Cancer Care.
“Hold Up” is a song performed by American singer Beyoncé for her sixth studio album, ‘Lemonade’ (2016). Following the release of ‘Lemonade’, the song debuted on Billboard Hot 100 chart at number 13, becoming Beyoncé’s fourth best debut of Knowles’ career, become her twenty-fifth top 20 on the chart. “Hold Up” also entered on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart at number 8, becoming Beyoncé’s twenty-sixth top 10 hit on the chart.
“Where My Love Goes” is a song recorded by the English pop rock band Lawson. The song served as the second single for the promotion of its anticipated and awaited second studio album ‘Perspective’. “Where My Love Goes” was released on digital retailers on May 20, 2016 while the album is expected to be released on July 8th via Global Entertainment. The song is a lovely piano-driven melodic pop piece where we can enjoy the delicious vocals of Andy. Andy Brown actually PROPOSES to his girlfriend in the boys’ most emotional video yet.
“One More Time” is a song from English R&B singer-songwriter Craig David who continues his comeback with another major new single. The song is the latest cut from Craig David’s upcoming new album, which should land this autumn. On one interview, he said: “I’m really
excited about “One More Time” and can’t wait to play it out at all the festivals this summer.” Lyrically, the song according to Craig is: “On one hand it’s about rekindling that relationship with that person you always knew was the one and it didn’t work out.” But probably for Craig, the real meaning’s all about his long-awaited comeback – his second chance.