Barbelle “NEVER TOO MUCH” (Video Premiere)


After getting a proper introduction with “OHWHYYEAH”, launched back in April last year, Swedish emerging artist Barbelle, the solo project of producer and songwriter Claes Björklund, member of the audiovisual project iamamiwhoami, is finally back to awaited follow-up.

The song is called “NEVER TOO MUCH” and brings to mind classics songs from Roxy music creating a glorious music atmosphere. It also includes the guest vocals of 80’s synth pop front man of the UK new wave pop band Kissing the pink, Nick Whitecross.

“NEVER TOO MUCH” was launched on digital retailers and streaming services on February 3rd via To whom it may concern.


Halsey, second studio album arrives in June!


The second studio album by American recording artist, singer-songwriter Halsey is in the making and it’s expected to be released in June (source) via Astralwerks and Capitol Records as follow-up to 2015’s acclaimed debut “BADLANDS”.

The 22-year-old pop star has been working in the studio with some of the producers who created some of the gems on her debut like Tim Anderson, Captain Cuts or The Futuristics. Halsey has also recently worked with hitmaker Benny Blanco as she confirmed via Snapchat.

Besides, she is also releasing a new track “Not Afraid Anymore” on January 13th as a second taste taken from the soundtrack of upcoming American erotic romantic drama film Fifty Shades Darker.


Bebe Rexha “All Your Fault: Pt. I” (Official EP Cover + Tracklist)


All Your Fault, Pt. I” is the upcoming debut studio by American singer-songwriter, hitmaker and emerging artist Bebe Rexha is scheduled to be released in February, 17th via Decaydance, Island, Def Jam and Warner Bros.

The album comes preceded by her debut EP “I Don’t Wanna Grow Up“, released on May 12th including official singles “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You“, and “I’m Gonna Show You Crazy“.

Anther buzz/promotional track “Gone“ was released back in 2014 but is not confirmed if it will be part of the album. Besides, the singer shared some snippets of brand new music via Snapchat during her recording sessions in the studio.

The proper lead single from this new project is called “No Broken Hearts“, including the guest collaboration of Nicki Minaj, and it was released on March 16th.

During an interview with Idolator (made by my friend Mike Wass), Bebe confirmed new album’s track “**** Fake Friends” and has given some details. She said:

I’m at a really different place now and I think I’m very clear on who I am and I’m making music unapologetically right now (…) I’ve definitely been experimenting more in the R&B and the rhythmic world

The singer also confirmed she is working with hitmaker MNEK on a recent Snapchat. The next official single “F.F.F. (**** Fake Friends)” along G-Eazy was expected to be released in September, but it was finally scrapped and she’s going to release “I Got You“ instead.




  1. Atmosphere | Bleta Rexha, Mag Allan & Mitch Allan
  2. I Got You | Lauren Christy, Ryan Rabin, Bleta Rexha, Jacob Kasher Hindlin, Ryan McMahon & Benjamin Berger
  3. Small Doses
  4. Fuck Fake Friends (feat. G-Eazy)
  5. Gateway Drug
  6. Bad Bitch (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)


Other Recorded/Registered/Leaked tracks:


  • 24/7
  • Between Us
  • Chess Piece
  • Cry Wolf
  • Die a Little LEAKED
  • Die Tonight (Kiss Me) LEAKED
  • Gonna Getcha LEAKED
  • Hard N Steady LEAKED
  • Human
  • I Wanna Love You Forever LEAKED
  • Kill Me Back to Life LEAKED
  • Naughty
  • No Broken Hearts (feat. Nicki Minaj) | David Phelan, Onika Maraj, Invisible Men, Koko LaRoo, Alex Oriet, Bleta Rexha & Jacob Kasher Hindlin
  • One Way or Another
  • Over This Love LEAKED
  • Starlight LEAKED
  • The Lucky Ones LEAKED
  • The Way I Are | Bleta Rexha, JKash, Clarence Coffee, Jonas Jeberg & Joseph Little
  • Worst Way


Charli XCX, third studio album | Delayed until September!


After the promotion of her acclaimed second studio album “SUCKER“, English singer-songwriter Charli XCX continues working on the follow-up.

During an interview with Time, the “Boom Clap” hitmaker confirmed that she’s already plotting her next move, and it’s yet another 180. Charli confirmed that her third album will be heavily inspired by Japanese pop music and will sound like both “another planet up in the clouds” and “intensely weird and childlike“.

During an interview with i-D, Charli confirmed that the new album will be out in May 2017, and it’s “the most pop and electronic thing“, she said:

It’s going to be so different from the last album. It’s going to be the most pop thing, and the most electronic thing I’ve done. I started working in that way quite naturally, it just happened. This always happens, the second I put out the previous record I’m always over it

The singer has also revealed that she has worked in the studio with SOPHIE. One of the results is the first confirmed track “Girl’s Night Out“, which was played in a Output club for the first time back a in July.

Charli XCX premiered brand new track called “Vroom Vroom“, a collaboration with London-based producer SOPHIE, during Julie Adenuga’s Beats 1 show on Tuesday October 20th. The song was included on a four-piece EP with the same name released on February 26th via her own label Vroom Vroom Recordings.

During an interview with The FADER, Charlie has confirmed she has worked with SOPHIE and Stargate to create “the best pop album of 2017”. She said:

I wanted to make an album with SOPHIE and Stargate. Sure, some of SOPHIE’s records are a little harsh and off-the-wall, but the goal is to be making progressive pop music.

The singer has worked with David Guetta, Noonie Bao and A.G. COOK. The lead single from the project is the Lil Yachty-assisted banger “After the Afterparty”, which was released on October 28th.

During a recent interview with KiddNation, she confirmed that the new album will be released in September.

Registered/Registered/Leaked tracks:


  • After the Afterparty (feat. Lil Yachty) | Rachel Keen, Miles Parks McCollum, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Samuel Long, Eyelar Mirzazadeh, Charlotte Aitchison & Fred Gibson
  • Bottles | Jarrad Rogers & Charlotte Aitchison LEAKED
  • Bounce
  • Candyfloss LEAKED
  • Explode | Charlotte Aitchison & Greg Kurstin
  • Fall Apart
  • Girl’s Night Out | Charlotte Aitchison & Samuel Long
  • Girls Thinking Bout Boys
  • Hard 2 Love | Charlotte Aitchison, Ryn Weaver, Michael Angelakos, Benny Blanco & Cashmere Cat LEAKED
  • I See Your Heart Start to Break
  • Just Like Dynamite
  • Mow That Lawn
  • Paradise (feat. Hannah Diamond) | Martin Stilling, Sophie, A.G. Cook, Charlotte Aitchison & Noonie Bao
  • Round and Round
  • Secret (Shh) | Jodie Harsh, Sophie, Jesse St. John Geller & Jessica Ashley
  • Sticky LEAKED 🔊
  • Too Many Omens
  • Trophy | Patrik Berger, Sophie, Amanda Lucille Warner, Charlotte Aitchison & Noonie Bao
  • Tulips
  • Vroom Vroom | Sophie, Amanda Lucille Warner, Charlotte Aitchison & Noonie Bao
  • What the Hell LEAKED
  • X-Ray Specs LEAKED


J Sutta “I Say Yes” (Official Album Cover)


I Say Yes” (previously known as “Feline Resurrection”) debut solo album by American singer-songwriter, dancer and former Pussycat Dolls member Jessica Sutta, known as just J Sutta is scheduled to be released on March 3rd, 2017 via Premier League Music.

The album was produced by Mams Taylor, S-X, Rico Love, The Code, Cid, Danny Majjic and Dave Audé. It comes preceded by some buzz singles which they are not included on the final tracklist and the mixtape “Feline Resurection“.

The lead single “Let It Be Love” was released on May 15th, 2015. The track “Feline Resurrection” was launched as second buzz single on October 9th.

“Damn! (I Wish I Was Your Lover)” was released as official single in December, while “Forever“ was released in March this year. The next single “Get Lost“ was launched on July 22nd.

“Distortion” was released as the proper lead single from the project on September 23rd. The next and second official single is the Pitbull-assisted bop “When a Girl Loves a Boy”.




  1. Reign
  2. Distortion
  3. Universe
  4. Feel Like Making Love
  5. I Say Yes (feat. Rico Love)
  6. Forever
  7. Willing to Beg
  8. When a Girl Loves a Boy (feat. Pitbull)
  9. Shame (feat. Liam Horne)
  10. Pushed Me
  11. Can’t Take No More (feat. Will Peters)
  12. Inches Away
  13. Feel Nothing (feat. Hopsin)
  14. Sepcial (feat. Fuse ODG)
  15. Sunday Island


Camden Cox “20/20” (Single Premiere)


English emerging singer-songwriter and promising new outfit Camden Cox has finally returned several months after “Focus”, which was launched back in June.

This time, she has delivered a bloody brilliant electropop gem from start to finish. It’s called “20/20” and includes a delirious synths with a nostalgic rhythm creating a delightful musical atmosphere.

The song was released on digital retailers and streaming services on January 27th via Cake Girl as another taste of her upcoming second EP, follow-up to 2014’s “Kinda Like“.


Ariana Grande & John Legend “Beauty and the Beast” (Single Premiere)


A classic anthem is back with a special re-worked version performed by Ariana Grande and John Legend. It’s the main theme of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast“, which is included on the live-action version of the film which arrives on March 17th.

The film’s original theme song, the Broadway-inspired ballad was first recorded by British-American actress Angela Lansbury in her role as the voice of the character Mrs. Potts, and essentially describes the relationship between its two main characters Belle and the Beast, specifically how the couple has learned to accept their differences and in turn change each other for the better.

Additionally, the song’s lyrics imply that the feeling of love is as timeless and ageless as a “tale as old as time”. “Beauty and the Beast” was subsequently recorded as a pop duet by Canadian singer Celine Dion and American singer Peabo Bryson, and released as the only single from the film’s soundtrack on 16 November 1991.

The remake version was released officially on digital retailers and streaming services on February 3rd.


Michelle Branch “Hopeless Romantic” (Single Premiere)


American recording artist Michelle Branch has finally returned with some new music and has started the promotion of her upcoming fourth album “Hopeless Romantic“, which scheduled to be released on digital retailers and streaming services on April 7th.

This becomes her first proper release since 2010’s EP “Everything Comes and Goes”, and becomes the first full length project in about 14 years, her latest album “Hotel Paper“, was launched back in 2003.

The first official single is the album’s title track “Hopeless Romantic“, which was released on digital retailers and streaming services on February 3rd. It was written by Michelle herself along Amy Kuney and Harlan Silverman.


Betty Who “Some Kinda Wonderful” (Single Premiere)


Australian singer-songwriter Betty Who continues with the promotion of her upcoming second studio album “The Valley“, which is scheduled to be released on digital retailers and streaming services on March 24th via RCA Records and Sony Music Entertainment as follow-up to 2014’s debut “Take Me When You Go“.

After the promotion of the proper lead single “Human Touch”, released back November. The second single is the song “Some Kinda Wonderful” which was launched on February 3rd.

The track was written by Trevor Brown, Warren Felder, Jessica Newham and Zaire Koalo.


Brooke Candy & Sia “Living Out Loud” (Single Premiere)


Expect the unexpected! American rapper, singer and songwriter Brooke Candy has returned to the music’s spotlight witha brand new single and it’s something really different and pretty cool.

The 27-year-old artist has teamed up with Australian hitmaker Sia to release “Living Out Loud“, but this is not all, the result is an exquisite house-flavoured piece produced and remixed by English genius KDA.

The song was written by Greg Kurstin, Sia Furler, Geoffrey Early and Priscilla Hamilton, and it was released on digital retailers and streaming services on December 16th via RCA Records and Sony Music Entertainment. The original version of the track was finally launched on February 3rd.