Owl City feat. Carly Rae Jepsen – “Good Time” Video

Published July 24th 2012
Filed under Videos

The music video for Owl City’s collaboration with Carly Rae Jepsen on his new single Good Time has premiered on VEVO. The video is very basic, doing exactly what the song is about; just having a good time at a party.

Following Call Me Maybe, Good Time is one of the catchiest, most infectious songs of the year. Although it’s not nearly as good as Call Me Maybe.

Good Time is already doing considerably well in the U.S., charting at number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100. I’m still looking forward to Carly’s own upcoming single, Curiosity.

You can watch the video for Good Time below:

Good Time is out on August 12th in the UK.

Tulisa feat. Tyga – “Live It Up”

Published July 24th 2012
Filed under Reviews

Tulisa’s second single from her forthcoming debut solo album premiered on radio today. Live It Up, like Young, is a summer anthem. The track features rapper Tyga.

On first listen, it’s nothing special but I’m sure it will be a grower. It took a while to get into Young.

There’s a vocodered vocal on the track behind the lead vocals during the verses which is a bit repetitive and annoying. It reminds me of Cheryl’s Make You Go. However, the chorus is a little more instant and less shouty than Young.

You can listen to Live It Up below:

Live It Up is released on September 9th.

P!nk – “The Truth About Love” Tracklisting

Published July 24th 2012
Filed under News

The tracklisting for P!nk’s sixth studio, The Truth About Love, has been released on iTunes. Some of the songs have very interesting titles.

It’s still unknown which track Lily Allen features on but I’m guessing it’s one of the more “out there” titles such as Slut Like You, Chaos & Piss or Walk of Shame.

The standard edition of the album only contains the first 13 tracks as P!nk has said she likes her albums to have 13 tracks, since it’s her lucky number.

The track list includes the following:

01. Are We All We Are
02. Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
03. Try
04. Just Give Me A Reason
05. True Love
06. How Come You’re Not Here
07. Slut Like You
08. The Truth About Love
09. Beam Me Up
10. Walk Of Shame
11. Here Comes The Weekend
12. Where Did The Beat Go?
13. The Great Escape
14. My Signature Move
15. Is This Thing On?
16. Run
17. Good Old Days
18. Chaos & Piss
19. Timebomb

The Truth About Love is out September 18th.

Mutya, Keisha and Siobhán are back…

Published July 20th 2012
Filed under News

…but they’re not Sugababes, Origibabes or Suga. They’re Mutya Keisha Siobhan. The founding members of Sugababes took to Twitter to announce their comeback.

Siobhán tweeted:

It’s been killing us to keep it secret any longer! @keisha_buchanan @MutyaBuena @OutsideEdgePR

Keisha tweeted:

Dear tweeters ive been trying my best to keep this one on the DL haha @MutyaBuena @siobhandonaghy @mksofficial http://twitpic.com/a9my62

Mutya tweeted:

@siobhandonaghy @keisha_buchanan I think we should tell the world. WE’RE BACK!!! @mksofficial @OutsideEdgePR http://twitpic.com/a9my7c

Popjustice interviewed the girls. You can read snippets from the interview here.

P!nk has collaborated with Lily Allen

Published July 20th 2012
Filed under News

P!nk has collaborated with Lily Allen on her upcoming album The Truth About Love. In an interview with Carson Daly, P!nk confirmed the collaboration. Lily Allen also retweeted a number of tweets about the duet. This will be Lily’s first work since coming out of retirement.

P!nk told Carson Daly:

For the last 14 years, everyone has said no [to collaborations]. But this album, everyone said yes! And I think that’s because people think I’ve softened. I think people maybe think I bite!

It’s an interesting collaboration because P!nk and Lily Allen are probably the last people I would’ve expected to duet. I would’ve expected a P!nk and Kelly Clarkson collaboration before this. But in a way this could be a bit amazing since they’re both two of the best lyricists in pop.

The collaboration possibly came about because P!nk and Lily have both been working with Greg Kurstin. Greg produced P!nk’s lead single from The Truth About Love, Blow Me (One Last Kiss), so the two would’ve both been in the studio with Greg around the same time.

The Truth About Love is out September 18th.

Page 22 of 42« First...10...2021222324...3040...Last »