“Calling All My Lovelies” is a song by American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars of his third studio album ’24K Magic’ 2016. Serving as the 7th track, “Calling All My Lovelies,” finds the singer going through his Rolodex in hopes of locking down one of his lovelies before finding himself drowning in the land of unheard voice mails.
“That’s What I Like” is a song by American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars of his third studio album ’24K Magic’ 2016. A romantic song, on “That’s What I Like,” Bruno breaks out the strawberry champagne and ice bucket and promises to allow his leading lady to dictate the pace of the night. “You deserve it baby. You deserve it all,” belts Mars.
“Rhythm Inside” is a new song by British’s Got Talent winner Calum Scott that served as his second single off the British’s Got Talent alum. Calum Scott admitted on HullDaily.com that he is “excited”, “nervous” and “buzzing” about the launch of his second single. “Rhythm Inside” is scheduled for release on November 25, 2016 via Capitol Records.
“All Night” is a song recorded by Beyoncé released as the fourth US single of her sixth studio album ‘Lemonade.’ The Diplo-produced ballad will be added to rhythmic radio on December 6, 2016 according to All Access. “All Night” is a breathtakingly beautiful song and somewhat amusingly, it is already a top 40 hit. “All Night”
debuted at number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100 after the release of Lemonade and has charted in Canada, France, UK and Australia among other countries.
“Angel by the Wings” is a new song by Australian singer-songwriter Sia which is expected to be included on the upcoming documentary film “The Eagle Huntress.” The song was written by Sia with the collaboration of Greg Kurstin and it’s scheduled to be released via Monkey Puzzle Records. “Angel by the Wings” is an uplifting pop song which showcases Sia’s mesmerizing vocals, inspiring listeners to look up to the sky, before unleashing a powerful refrain of ‘You can do anything’. These lyrics, apparently capture the lead character’s own “indomitable spirit and positive message of female empowerment”.
“Places” is a new song by World famous French DJ Martin Solveig with guest vocals from Norwegian singer-songwriter Ina Wroldsen. Musically, the song is a progressive dance track where Ina serves lots of vulnerable, sweet vocals singing about an old lover she wishes to reconcile with because unfortunately without him she doesn’t feel like herself (“When I’m not with you, it’s not me”). Hopefully this new song “Places” will turn into her biggest single since Calvin Harris’ “How Deep Is Your Love” (she’s the uncredited vocalist) in 2015.
“Shed A Light” is a new song by German house producer Robin Schulz and French DJ David Guetta who team up with American electronic music band Cheat Codes for this incredible collaboration. Bound to be an instant hit “Shed A Light” was first premiered at the Amsterdam Music Festival last month by Guetta, triggering an almost instant
positive reaction. “Shed A Light” combines Cheat Code’s soulful vocals with a barrage of orchestral strings, building up to a beautiful explosion of progressive melodies.
“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.