“Wednesday Morning” is a new song by American hip hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and a second team-up with frequent collaborator Josh “Budo” Karp who produced the song. In the song, the rapper addresses the immediate fear he felt after the U.S. presidential election, played over tranquil piano chords: “Imagine tryin’ to keep your head while your daughter sleeps in bed/ When she wakes up, will the world be the same?/ Will my girl be afraid in the home of the brave?” The song continues as he find courage: “I’m not moving to Canada, not fleeing the nation,” and touching on issues like sexual and religious freedom. “This isn’t the apocalypse,” he promises. “We can’t address the hate ’til we acknowledge it/ If Jesus was alive, would he let Muhammad in?”
“Never Give Up” is a new song by Australian singer-songwriter Sia, the track was produced by Greg Kurstin, is confirmed as the main theme song for the upcoming film ‘Lion.’ The film stars Nicole Kidman, Dev Patel and Priyanka Bose and is set to hit theaters on November 25, 2016. ‘Lion’ follows a young Indian boy (scene stealer 8-year-old Sunny Pawar) who gets lost in his home country and eventually gets adopted by an Australian family. 25 years later, he goes on a search to find his lost family and find his first home.
“Make Me (Cry)” is a debut single by American singer and actress Noah Cyrus, the little sister of Miley Cyrus who may have had a hand in grooming her littler sister as a singer. Noah Cyrus recently inked a record deal with RECORDS LLC, and released her debut single on Monday night, tapping UK singer/producer Labrinth for a guest appearance on the ballad. “Make Me (Cry)” is Cyrus’ first official taste of her venture into music and is a step away from the typical bubbly pop song most singers launch their careers with. Cyrus’ raspy vocals connect with Labrinth’s soulful croons as they sing about a love that’s toxic, but one that neither can walk away from.
“Party Monster” is a song by Canadian singer The Weeknd off his forthcoming third studio album ‘Starboy.’ Althea Legaspi of RollingStone.com says: “”Party Monster” channels a woozy, paranoid vibe musically, resembling the substance-induced haze of an overindulgent night reflected in the lyrics.” American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey also provided uncredited back-up vocals and was also a co-writer of the song.
“I Feel it Coming” is a song by Canadian singer The Weeknd, aka Abel Tesfaye, a track that also features guest vocals from French electronic duo Daft Punk. The new single is off his forthcoming album, ‘Starboy’ his third studio album that will be released on November 25, 2016 via Republic Records. Rolling Stone.com describe the song as “sultry and danceable” saying further “the Weeknd and Daft Punk display a romantic, hopeful sway.”
“Hands Free” is a song recorded by American singer Keke Palmer that was released as a single off his extended play Lauren on November 11, 2016 via Island Records. The song served as the lead single from the E.P. and received mostly positive reviews from fans and critics, however, it was very different then what Palmer had released in the past. In the official video of the song that was released on the same date, actress and singer Keke Palmer embodies powerful women. The video starts with Palmer as an Egyptian priestess, a group of perfectly sculpted men at her beck and call. The party moves forward a few centuries when she works a ‘90s hip hop ensemble for a backyard rager.
“One Of A Kind” is the new song by English pop rock band Busted from their upcoming third studio album, ‘Night Driver’ (2016). It was written by the James Bourne, John Fields and Kelly Orr and produced by Fields. “One Of A Kind” was released on the same day their album was released on November 11, 2016 and will probably serve as fourth single from the album.
“One Shot” is a song by Canadian American singer-songwriter Robin Thicke who links up with American rapper Juicy J for the new single. The song is for his new album ‘Morning Sun,’ a follow up to his 2014 album Paula. “One Shot” was backed by a jazzy, clap-heavy instrumental as Robin brings the title to life and delivers an up-tempo party cut that will surely make fans want to get up and hit the dance floor.
“Satisfied” is a song by Sia, Miguel and Queen Latifah who teamed up for a striking, bombastic synth pop rendition of the song, set to appear on the upcoming mixtape for the smash Broadway musical ‘The Hamilton Mixtape.’ In the musical, “Satisfied” is a clever retelling of the romance between Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler, which is detailed in the previous song “Helpless,” but now told from the perspective of Eliza’s sister Angelica.
“Nothing Else Matter” is a new song by British girl group Little Mix as a new single off their upcoming fourth studio album, ‘Glory Days.’ The track, musically, is an upbeat anthem that is the perfect blend of optimism, empowerment, and positivity. “Nothing Else Matter” was first announced on Twitter to promote their new track, announcing, “#NothingElseMatters is here! It’s all yours!” They added on Instagram, “We absolutely love the positive vibe of this track. Let us know what you think.”