Press play on the year’s biggest country album and you might wonder if you’re listening to a country album at all. Thomas Rhett’s Center Point Road is the genre’s only release to hit #1 on the Billboard 200 album chart this year and enjoyed the biggest debut streaming week ever for a country album, with … More »
Tired: a Post Malone posse cut with Meek Mill and Lil Baby. Wired: a Post Malone posse cut featuring Halsey and Future. Inspired: a Post Malone posse cut aligning Ozzy Osbourne with Travis Scott. The blessing and the curse of Hollywood’s Bleeding is that it contains all three pairings and more. Every level of the … More »
Charli XCX has enlisted pop singer and previous collaborator Troye Sivan for the latest single from her forthcoming album Charli. The track is called “2099,” and Charli XCX writes on her Twitter that the track takes fans to the future with Sivan.
The track opens with Sivan’s humming vocals surrounded by a pulsing drum backdrop. Charli XCX joins the fold after Sivan’s introduction, taking the track into its pop-centric drop. Both artists’ vocal lines are heavily synthesized, fittingly creating a futuristic effect for the song, which tastefully aligns with the pop forward thinker’s unique profile. The final single from Charli lands hot off the heels of XCX and Clairo’s “February 2017,” as the album nears its official release.
Charli is set to feature 15 tracks, and the compilation highlights the collaborative nature of Charli XCX’s artistry with Lizzo, Kim Petras, Big Freedia and more featured on the album’s tracklist. The LP will be released in full on September 13 via Atlantic Records.
Charli XCX is releasing her new album, Charli, at the end of the week. She’s been loose with the singles from it, all of them highlighting the many collaborators that she’s brought into her world with this album. There’s been “Blame It On Your Love” (with Lizzo), “Gone” (with Christine And … More »
Pabllo Vittar and Charli XCX have come together once again to release a new single entitled “Flash Pose.” This is the second time this diverse duo have collaborated, the first happening on XCX’s most recent album, Pop 2, on “I Got It” alongside Brooke Candy and CupcakKe.
This new song from Vittar and XCX takes a more direct approach to pop, tapping Vittars rhythmic, South American roots and combining them with XCX’s vocal dexterity, alternating fluidly between rapping and singing.
“Flash Pose” marks Vittar’s first English single, and perhaps a major breaking point for her stateside profile. Charli XCX will release her next LP, Charli, on September 13. As of now, she has shared three singles from the album, each with an impressive featured artist. The first was “1999” with Troye Sivan, followed by “Blame It on Your Love” with Lizzo, and finally, “Gone” with Christine and the Queens.
Check out the brand new music video for “Flash Pose” below.
Charli XCX just released a new song with K-pop heavyweights BTS, but she’s not done yet. Last night at the Wiltern in Los Angeles, Charli and Troye Sivan threw the inaugural Go West Fest, an event that was set to take advantage of Pride Month with a queer-heavy lineup. Both of them performed … More »
In the Backstreet Boys’ video for 1998 mega-hit “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back),” the group’s tour bus breaks down outside what turns out to be a haunted house. Reluctantly, they decide to stay the night, after which “Thriller”-style horror hijinks ensue. The boys in the band appear in costume as various kinds of ghoulish creatures. If you … More »
Charli XCX and Troye Sivan’s enigmatic collaboration “1999” closed out 2018 with a bang, but wasn’t left there. Jump to just after the New Year, and “1999” sees it’s own official remix pack, featuring an impressive standout from Young Franco. Charli XCX & Troye Sivan – “1999” (Young Franco Remix) Young Franco’s “1999” remix is
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Pop music is a crazy industry, even more so in our fractured age. It’s crazy how many songs can be blowing up in some corner of the world, online or off, without ever spilling over into the mass consciousness. It’s crazy how many of those songs actually do spill over without some of us realizing … More »