The Jonas Brothers are back! Their new single, “Sucker” is the perfect track to make their comeback with. It’s classic Jonas Brothers, but still keeping with the current music climate. The music video is also something to talk about. The guys feature their wives/fiancee in extravagant fashion styles and scene locations. If this is the start, I can’t wait for what the JoBros will bring next. Be sure to check out the video above!
Former One Direction member, Liam Payne, has released the first single off his brand new EP, First Time out now on Republic Records.
“First Time” is an upbeat track featuring French Montana and has a slower, but still catchy vibe than Payne’s breakout single, “Strip That Down.” The music video itself is low-key with Payne cruising through the streets with French Montana.
Check it out above and see if you’re feeling Liam’s new single.
Rudimental released their new single, “These Days” featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore, and emerging artist Dan Caplen. Caplen wrote the demo in 2016 before teaming up with Rudimental. Later, Macklemore jumped at the chance to be featured on the song and Jess Glynne completed the sound. Have a listen above!
Check out the just released video for “Secrets” by Tribe Society, a recent PopZine find. These guys are so awesome we can’t even give a real comparison to any other band. Even Awolnation would be a stretch. Check out the video above and you might just become a fan!
Talk about a crazy collaboration! Imagine Dragons, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Logic, Ty Dolla $ign and X Ambassadors just released the track, “Sucker for Pain,” off of the soundtrack for the new movie, Suicide Squad. The music video features some clips from the film and all of the musical artists featured look as if they are in their own crazy cell! Watch the video above.
Suicide Squad will be released on August 5, 2016, along with the the soundtrack that also features tracks from Skrillex, Rick Ross, Eminem, Twenty One Pilots and Panic! at the Disco.
OneRepublic just released the music video for their hit, “Wherever I Go” and the band sure know how to come up with a great concept. At first you may think Psy just came out with a new video, but then OneRepublic show up and it is amazing. Plus, the song is just gold to begin with. See for yourself above!
KONGOS are back with a new single, “Take It From Me” from their new album, Egomaniac. They sure seem like they mean business with this track. It’s aggressive, full of energy and has their signature accordion playing a prominent role. The video features the band with inflated heads representing egos that can grow uncontrollably. Nice follow-up guys!
No more waiting! Adele has officially returned with the music video for her new track, “Hello.” It is classic deep and genuine Adele. There are only so many artists that truly feel the lyrics they sing let alone are able to communicate those emotions to their listeners. So thank you, Adele. Welcome Back.
New York Indie-pop duo, The Score have brought the feel-good song to end summer with. “Oh My Love“ is one happy-go-lucky track full of energy and fun. These guys are blowing up in the UK and have finally been making their way home. Lucky us!
The duo give a few ideas of how to spend your last few days of summer in their music video. Listen to the track and be prepared to let go!
Rudimental have announced their sophomore album, We the Generation, set for release on September 18, 2015 through Major Toms/Big Beat. The 14-track album includes their brand new single “Never Let You Go,” the music video for which was shot by director Nez in the UK, Morocco, Ukraine and LA. These guys are definitely one of the best underrated UK acts out there right now. We the Generation doesn’t look like it will disappoint! Full track listing below.
We the Generation Track listing
1 I Will For Love (feat. Will Heard)
2 Never Let You Go (feat. Foy Vance)
3 We The Generation (feat. Mahalia)
4 Love Ain’t Just A Word
5 Rumour Mill (feat. Anne-Marie & Will Heard)
6 Common Emotion (feat. MNEK)
7 Go Far (feat. Will Heard)
8 Foreign World (feat. Anne-Marie)
9 Too Cool (feat. Ella Eyre)
11 All That Love
12 Needn’t Speak (feat. Lianne La Havas)
13 Lay It All On Me
14 New Day (feat. Bobby Womack)
15 Treading On Water (feat. Sinead Harnett & Will Heard)
16 Run (feat. Will Heard)
17 Breath (feat. Lianne La Havas)
18 System (feat. Max Romeo, Earl 16 & Spee)