Contrary to its title, Ciara, IZA, and Major Lazer‘s new collaboration, “Evapora,” is unlikely to evaporate from electronic charts once it makes its assured arrival. The star power-packed single positions Portuguese vocalist, IZA, alongside the “One, Two Step” hip-hop/dance-pop sensation, Ciara, for a multilingual effort that sees IZA sing in her native tongue.
Ciara’s verses, sung in English, provide linguistic contrast to IZA’s, though both songstresses show off the buttery smooth synergy of their vocal harmony later on, when Ciara joins IZA in her Portuguese delivery. Major Lazer add heat to the culturally infused cut with rolling beats that tempt a shake of the hips.
Ciara just dropped a video for her new song “Greatest Love.” The clip features her showing off her moves in front of different colored backdrops, swaying and bopping in a different outfit to match every color. More »
Recently, DJ-producer, KANDY, released a new remix package titled “Girls Rule, Boys Drool.” The remix pack includes four remixes from popular female artists, such as Lady Gaga, Ciara, Kim Petras, and Gwen Stefani. Truthfully, this talented artist is known for making some epic remixes. He’s been slowly releasing new renditioned songs throughout the last few
Y’all wanna hear something crazy? I’ve been writing this weekly pop column for five whole years now. It seems like just yesterday that I published the inaugural installment explaining why The Week In Pop would be a good addition to the Stereogum portfolio. As we approach the precipice of 2019, I’m fairly certain … More »
RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars will return in December, and today, VH1 announced which celebrities will guest judge the new season. Kacey Musgraves, Ciara, Frances Bean Cobain, Zoë Kravitz, Rita Ora, and more are slated to appear. More »
Ciara’s giving us another dose of her upcoming album. Although the follow-up to 2015’s Jackie still doesn’t have a title or release date, she’s already shared two singles so far, the viral dance challenge-inspiring Jersey club banger “Level Up” and “Freak Me,” and now there’s a third. Produced by … More »
At first, Korn were a myth to me. When they released their self-titled debut album in 1994, I was 11. I may have glimpsed their spooky dreadlocked scowls in magazines or TV ads, or wherever I found out about new music in that nascent internet era. But for a suburban Christian kid who spent his … More »