Jennifer Lopez has finally released the much-anticipated track with Skrillex and Poo Bear. Back in mid-January, Jennifer Lopez performed the collaboration with Skrillex titled “US” during Calibash 2018. Just two weeks later, Jennifer Lopez has officially released the collaboration which tends to steer far clear of Skrillex’s normal productions. Stream Jennifer Lopez, Poo Bear, and
It’s Friday, February 2nd and that can only mean one thing… New Music Friday has arrived. This week, we have been gifted a handful of new singles, EPs, remix EPs, and full-length albums, all of the new music this week is overwhelming to say the least. With 182 new songs on this week’s playlist, you’ll
Recently Jennifer Lopez unveiled her long-rumored collaboration with Skrillexlive in concert, and now the pop icon’s newest track, “Us,” is finally ready to see the light of day. Skrillex and his trusted co-proprietor of crossover pop products, Poo Bear, join Jenny From The Block on a vivacious, salsa-inspired dance piece that follows “Would You Ever‘s” basic formula of playful vocal chops in the melody and comfortable percussion rhythms. It’s a palatable radio-primed pop number that will have Skrillex diehards weeping, commercial EDM consumers satisfied, and fans from J.Lo’s late ’90s heyday scratching their heads.
“Us” comes ahead of Lopez’s promised full-length Spanish project, which is due sometime later this year via Sony’s Epic Records. The album is set to be produced by Lopez’s ex-husband Marc Anthony. With Latin music experiencing such a swell right now, it’s not entirely surprising to see Sonny Moore link up with one of the biggest Latin pop stars of all time to deliver his contribution to the flavor of the moment.
The Grammys are this weekend — Sunday at 7:30PM EST on your local CBS affiliate, to be exact — and as always, we’re (almost certainly naïvely) hoping they won’t suck this time. They probably will; they always do. Yet thanks to a somewhat promising slate of nominees in the major categories, a similarly half-decent … More »
Just last year, Jennifer Lopez shared that she had been working on new music with Skrillex. With Calibash 2018 taking place in Los Angeles on January 20th, Jennifer Lopez hit the stage with her single with Skrillex on “Could It Be Us.” The single strikingly resembles Skrillex’s “Would You Ever” featuring Poo Bear which was
Last year, rumors surfaced that Skrillex may be working with Jennifer Lopez after photos of the pop icon, Colombian hit maker J Balvin, and the OWSLA head honcho appeared on social media. Now it appears their collaboration has materialized, as concert goers in attendance at Calibash 2018 in Los Angeles were treated to the untitled track’s live debut during Lopez’ recent headlining set.
Lopez’ performance opened with an obligatory “Jenny From The Block,” though it wasn’t long until she was onto premiering new joint material made with LA’s favorite son that was a far cry from her 2002 sound, shouting out “her boy” Skrillex and priming fans to look for an accompanying remix of the new song as well.
Amidst a historic pop production tear that’s included Fifth Harmony, Poo Bear, Ty Dolla $ign in 2017, Skrillex has officially added JLo to his collaboration ranks with a new crossover cut marked by his now characteristically buoyant, sun-drenched island-inspired pop fare.
Forbes has released the list of the ten highest paid women for the 2017 year. While there’s not quite any DJs on the list there year, Beyoncé “Queen B” topped the list with a staggering $105 million income. After releasing her album Lemonade, Beyoncé is unstoppable especially with her recent Formation World Tour. Following Beyoncé’s
One of the world’s greatest pop singer-songwriters seemed to achieve her final form this year by having drunken sex with a muppet in a music video called “Disco Tits.” The song itself is a jam, a poised and minimal dance-floor deconstruction that toggles between spacious staccato piano stabs and synthetic bass throbs that roll with … More »
What a time to be a live television program. The only TV many people watch in real time these days is sporting events, Game Of Thrones, and maybe primetime political talk shows — and even that last category you’re far more likely to encounter excerpted on social media after the fact. Saturday Night Live’s ratings … More »