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  1. Asking Alexandria | Alone In A Room

    Band sounds great, vocals are terrible
  2. The song sucks but the only part that is good is Ariana's part
  3. Life Is Beautiful (also known as "Life Is Still Beautiful" The world's biggest broken promise nnnn ) is a song by Lana Del Rey that written in 2012, but was featured in the trailer for the 2015 movie The Age of Adaline. On April 21, 2015, a snippet of the track was released in a new trailer for the film. On September 14, another snippet was released in a promotional ad on Instagram, including the end of the song's chorus and the beginning of its bridge. It was rumored to be included on Del Rey's 3rd full-length LP Honeymoon, since it wasn't featured on the soundtrack for The Age of Adaline, but the track has yet to be released. I'll never be over this. A cinematic masterpiece and we've only heard PART of it. This is possibly one of her best songs and just thinking about how we'll probably never get to hear it makes my heart physically hurt. THE WORST PART IS she never even gave a reason for not releasing it, not one word. No clarity on it whatsoever. The real reason STILL remains a mystery to this day ALTHOUGH THERE'S A PETITION WE CAN SIGN https://www.change.org/p/lana-del-rey-get-lana-del-rey-to-release-life-is-beautiful
  4. Greyson Chance | Low

    Remember the young boy who gained fame from singing Lady Gaga's paparazzi? or maybe his past singles "Waiting Outside the Lines" and "Unfriend You" Well, now he's all grown up with a voice that has aged like a fine wine....
  5. Lily Allen's new single just leaked What's everyone's thoughts on it, if you can find it?
  6. Leona Lewis and Dinah Jane-Christmas Medley

    Vocalists WE STAN TALENT!
  7. A new single from Charli XCX's upcoming mixtape 'POP2' that gets released on 15th of December just premiered on a radio. https://clyp.it/sncmhcwg
  8. Miley Cyrus When I Look At You throwback

    I love this song it's so beautiful and I can never listen to it without rewinding it multiple times. The movie where Miley met her soulmate. Miley really looks like Noah at 0:26
  9. Heres original Here We Go version By Moonbaby
  10. Liam Payne feat. TBA | TBA | Soon

    He said his next single will be a collab, will be released soon and that it will be "really good for television." Also he said he has finished album, but put a pause on it because he wants to change one or two songs on it. The video's here: http://www.eonline.com/videos/266799/liam-payne-wants-the-perfect-debut-solo-album
  11. Khalid x Normani Kordei | Love Lies | TBA

    An upcoming collaboration with both Khalid and Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei. This will be her first official solo single apart from the group...
  12. http://smarturl.it/HimAndI?iqID=h#_=_
  13. New single out next Friday from S Club 3, and it's written by Simon Ellis who wrote 'Never Had A Dream Come True' and 'Don't Stop Moving'. It was originally offered to S Club 7 for their 2014/15 reunion.
  14. Demi Lovato | Tell Me You Love Me

    The music videos for ‘MotorSport’ & ‘Tell me You Love Me’ are coming on December 1st!!
  15. from Billboard's latest article, How Rihanna's ‘Love On The Brain’ Became the Most Subtly Influential Pop Single of the Past Year On May 22, 2016 at the Billboard Music Awards, Rihanna stood poised in an ‘80s-style Thierry Mugler fitted-pantsuit, captivating audiences with her unorthodox cool-gal swagger while belting the track at the epicenter of her recent Anti LP, “Love on the Brain.” Despite her captivating wardrobe, it was Rihanna’s tantalizing voice that stole the show -- arguably her best display of vocal talent on live TV, as the songstress fluttered through the ballad’s various octaves and demanding emotions. Fittingly enough, the queen of Pop radio would collect the Billboard Chart Achievement Award, as her nine-week reigning No. 1 “Work” sat in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 alongside Ri's Anti follow-up single, “Needed Me.” Largely due to the performance’s undeniable execution, “Love on the Brain” first bowed at No. 83 on the June 11, 2016 issue of the Billboard Hot 100, marking the singer’s 55th entry -- and the beginning of the song's nearly year-long infiltration of pop music and pop culture. Although the tune would fall off the chart the following week — thanks to continued focus on the eventually No. 7-peaking “Needed Me” — “Love on the Brain” remained ingrained in some of the public’s mind. Later in June, the song would lead Billboard's Top TV Songs chart for the month of May, helped by the dramatic closing four-minute sequence of Grey’s Anatomy’s season 12 finale, where “Love on the Brain” faintly played in the background. Following all this early promotion, along with the cut being a staple during Rihanna’s Anti World Tour and a highlight of her MTV Video Vanguard Award medleys, "Love on the Brain” finally became an official single on September 27, 2016. The cut was first serviced to rhythmic and hip-hop/R&B radio stations, followed by Top 40 pop and adult contemporary. On the November 12, 2016 issue date of the Hot 100, “Love on the Brain” reentered at No. 80 and climbed slowly from there, becoming the Bajan icon’s landmark 30th top 10 hit on March 4, 2017, finally hitting a No. 5 peak on March 25 — more than a year after Anti’s release in January 2016. At the time of its release as a single, radio formats were still in the throes of a love affair with Chainsmokers-flavored EDM while phasing out dancehall riddims (noticeably lead by “Work”) in favor of trap-pop bangers. Meanwhile, hip-hop had emerged as the clear sound of the streaming world, which was beginning to dictate the momentum of radio and the charts to an unprecedented degree. In a way, Rihanna releasing “Love on the Brain” so late in the game — despite its early accolades — seemed like a misread of the music climate, just like releasing “Kiss It Better” the same day as “Needed Me” had proven to be for the former. Another key factor in the song’s magnetic success is its vocal performance and context. If there is a singer apt enough to tackle the heart-wrenching emotional depth of the lyrics, that would be Rihanna. The success of “Love on the Brain” on pop radio today is a rare find, because traditional R&B’s presence on the format is an oddity. Earlier this year, we begged the question “does pop radio have an issue with Beyoncé?” -- a star who is on equal footing with Rihanna, sharing the duties of bringing the old sounds and spirit of R&B to the forefront of the mainstream. With the exception of adult R&B radio stations -- which have seen a sweltering rise of superb vocal performance underscored by softer instrumentals, thanks to “Love on the Brain” -- top 40 seems to still have a problem with the genre unless it’s doused in hip-hop production and pop-friendly hooks. Frankly speaking, “Love on the Brain” is not a true hit-factory, pop song — it’s more akin to Etta James or Motown styled soul. In a way, “Love on the Brain” serves as a continuation of the themes of emotional and mental abuse explored on Anti as well as her previous albums, 2012’s Unapologetic and 2009’s Rated R. The mystery of the song’s subject -- which reasonably could have been about Drake, Anti’s only credited guest and her rumored at-the-time boyfriend -- adds to the mystique of the pop star's storied history with romance, which continues to engross media and fans. With Rihanna’s delivery, there’s an earnest sincerity that’s rarely been felt in a ballad since “Hello,” which in itself recalls the theatrical flair of classic '90s ballads like Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” or Toni Braxton’s “Un-Break My Heart.” read more on https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/pop/8038410/rihanna-love-on-the-brain-pop-influential?utm_source=twitter&utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=referral LegendaRIH
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