Everything’s coming up Travis Scott. This week, four months after it came out, Scott’s album Astroworld returned to the top of the Billboard 200 for a third week. Meanwhile Astroworld’s big hit, the Drake collab “Sicko Mode,” completed a 17-week climb to #1 on the Hot 100 singles chart. Scott, the … More »
Last year, Swedish pop star Tove Lo released Blue Lips [Lady Wood Phase II], the follow-up album to 2016’s Lady Wood. The album traverses from the toils of heartbreak to raunchy sexual awakenings and back again. Today, she revisits those themes in her new Blue Lips film. The 25-minute short was … More »
Major Lazer and Tove Lo invite listeners to kick back and burn one, as they’ve materialized their latest track, “Blow That Smoke,” in what seems like record time after teasing a preview of the new track on Twitter earlier this week.
“Blow That Smoke” has been released at peak momentum for both parties, as each gears up for new forthcoming ventures. For Swedish pop singer Tove Lo, it’s her new film, Blue Lips, due Friday, October 19. For Major Lazer, “Blow That Smoke” sees the trio take a break from their Afrobeat onslaught of releases to return to an infectious, dancehall-crossover design that has enough legs to hold its own alongside the super group’s historic “Lean On.” The single also serves as the latest single off their impending farewell album.
Paired with a lyric video in classical Rasta-style animation, “Blow That Smoke” poses to be an anthem in the dance-pop domain through 2018’s end and beyond.
Tove Lo recently teased her new feature single with Major Lazer, “Blow That Smoke,” dropping October 17. With a sultry island beat, the Swedish singer/songwriter glides along a caressing acoustic guitar. The dancehall-inspired pop tease sounds like signature Major Lazer fashion.
She posted a snippet of the song on Twitter, hyping up fans with a sweet surprise. Tove Lo plans to release her new Blue Lips film on Friday, October 19.
Major Lazer has released four music videos in four weeks, celebrating their Afrobeat roots. The trio also recently announced their final album, set to be released next year.
— Tove Lo (@ToveLo) October 15, 2018
Photo credit: Shane McCauley
“Boo’d Up” is blowing up. Ella Mai’s sumptuous ’90s R&B throwback, first released way back in February 2017 as the opening track of her Ready EP, is on its second week at #8 on Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart. The slow-burn success story had its genesis in Spotify and Apple playlist placement but … More »
Now here’s a pop posse cut I can get behind: “Bitches” is Tove Lo’s new single, and it features Charli XCX, ALMA, Icona Pop, and Elliphant. A version of the song originally appeared on the Swedish pop musician’s Blue Lips album last year, but this remix has the added benefit of its long string … More »
It’s still a mystery how exactly Karma Fields works, but one thing’s for sure: the AI music act is proving to be revolutionary, especially with the release of “Color Blind,” a new collaboration featuring Tove Lo. The Swedish singer/songwriter, who has climbed the Billboard Hot 100 clearly noticed the technology’s talent and popularity, jumping on the opportunity.
“Color Blind” is a 6-minute-long adventure featuring groovy soundscapes that are constructed by harmonizing electronics, straightforward drum beats and echoing vocals with some added distortion. The vibes are a bit dark, but the overall production is genius.
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