In the trailer, Paris explains why it took her so long to release music. "You see a kid grow up in the public eye, you forget that I am a human. I was against letting the world in because it wasn't a choice. I wasn't ready then. I feel like I'm ready now." The new music has been released as part of The Soundflowers. The ban is a duo, with Paris and her boyfriend Gabriel Glenn. … [Read more...] about Michael Jackson’s Daughter Paris Debuts New Music, Shares Unseen Footage Of The King Of Pop
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A model and stylist who recently released his debut EP titled, ‘From Insult to Result’, Sky D said that the song was inspired by his experience. “When one is working hard with one’s hands dirty, people rarely see one then. They would only insult one. But when one makes it big, everybody would come around and show respect. That is the message of the song.” … [Read more...] about Breaking into the Nigerian music scene is very expensive — Sky D
Even within individual artist catalogs, fans flocked to more acoustic sounds. While Taylor Swift’s on-demand audio streams dropped 22 percent overall, it was her early country-leaning singles like “Today Was a Fairytale” that were the most resilient. Bob Dylan’s streams were up 10 percent overall, with the biggest surges for early acoustic folk ballads like “Let Me Die in My Footsteps” and “Oxford Town,” up 30 percent and 23 percent, respectively. … [Read more...] about The Sound of the Coronavirus Quarantine Is an Acoustic Guitar
When “Don’t Start Now” was released last fall, Kirkpatrick’s fears became irrelevant. The very Seventies nods on the song are what caught most listeners’ ears. What has ensued since is another massive hit for Lipa and a slight wave of more disco-tinged hits dominating radio. Another Top 100 hit is Doja Cat’s “Say So,” which pulls from similar Seventies funk and disco elements. Meanwhile, the Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” finds itself caught in the same Seventies-Eighties dance pop crossfire as Lipa’s album. Part of all three of these songs’ current domination is due to TikTok, where they have spawned popular dance challenges. … [Read more...] about Could Disco Pave Pop’s Future?