Look, Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull are a dynamic duo so why wouldn’t they continue to make music together?
Their latest song is called “#LIVEITUP” – seriously, what is with the hashtag song titles? – and is bound to climb the charts this summer. It’s a dance track to top all summer dance tracks where J.Lo tells us “we can do anything we want,” such as listening to this song, dancing to this song, and generally having this track on repeat until you have to go back to school. Something like that.
Watch the lyric video below.
Kelis should only release songs with food or beverage titles, like her hit single “Milkshake” and now with her new track, “Jerk Ribs”.
The song is off of the singer’s upcoming album, tentatively titled FOOD (well there goes my future album title) and will mark the follow up to 2010′s LP Flesh Tone.
Take a listen to the song below, and then maybe grab an early dinner.
It’s been three years, but OneRepublic are back with the first single from their upcoming yet-to-be-titled album. The uplifting jam is called Feel Again and we see hit single written all over it, and not just because it was penned by lead singer Ryan Tedder, who has written songs for everyone from Adele to Gym Class Heroes.
Feel Again is a stomping, hand-clapping anthem that fans can definitely sing along to whenever the band hits the road again.
OneRepublic has yet to release the name of their new album, but expect it to drop on November 13. Feel Again is available as a single now.
Listen to the track below:
Neverending White Lights has released a new single with Todd Clark from Pilot Speed called Starlight, from the album Act III: Love Will Ruin Part 1.
This new album was originally slated to be released this fall, but was lost in a massive flood in the studio they recorded it in a few months ago. Neverending White Lights’ Daniel Victor lost most of his equipment in that flood equipment and has since decided to cut his loses with that record and start anew. His new album Act IV will be released in winter 2013 and will feature an exciting collaboration with LIGHTS.
Listen to Starlight below.