Ed Sheeran and Chance the Rapper, Relationship Men, Drop New Song ‘Cross Me’. This song is from Sheeran’s upcoming album No. 6 Collaborations Project and is all about just how off the market Chance and Sheeran are. The message is clear: Don’t “cross” their significant others, and there won’t be a problem.
Joyner Lucas & Logic Reunite in New Visual for ‘ISIS’. The latest visuals for the joint track ‘ISIS’ sees Lucas and Logic satirically dressed in army uniform amongst a mob of soldiers. Doused under heavy 808s, the instrumental is set at mid-tempo, rich with synths and hi-hats that form a trap-like beat. The track marks the third single off Lucas’ upcoming ADHD LP.
Naomi Scott, the new Jasmine from the live-action version of Aladdin, shows off her amazing vocal talent in the video for ‘Speechless.’ The song provides an opportunity for Naomi Scott to show off her amazing voice, and the lyrics are perfect to describe the spirit of Princess Jasmine.
Falling Like the Stars
James Arthur’s ‘Falling Like the Stars’ Video Shows Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder. James Arthur’s touching video for his new love song, ‘Falling Like the Stars’, shows the rollercoaster of emotions when missing someone and not knowing if they’re ever going to return.
After teasing the collaboration at Rolling Loud Miami, Young Thug delivers a new track with Travis Scott and J. Cole, titled ‘The London.’ Artists have focused in on a single Thug delivery or quirk and used that as the foundation of their own styles, with some even taking certain elements further than Thug ever has.
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