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Her Madgesty is now on her 13th studio album. 2012′s MDNA gave us just a little bit of the life we needed for the icon’s 12th release, but of course we wanted more. It’s only natural, given this is a woman who has consistently reinvented herself for three decades straight.
Now it’s 2014, which feels like the perfect time for her to drop off a new project and deliver that breed of cross-genre pop that only she can provide.
Details on the album thus far have been hit or miss: While other websites have speculated by way of Instagram posts and other random clues, Idolator played detective and dug up even more info on the album. Of course, nothing is conclusive since this is Madge, but we do have enough information to at the very least be excited for the project.
So without further ado, let’s see what we have in store from the Queen Of Pop herself. More »
2012′s O.N.I.F.C. had “Work Hard, Play Hard,” and now his fifth studio album Blacc Hollywood (out today, ) has “We Dem Boyz.” Wiz has been consistent on that front. However, what’s offered beyond the token anthem is equally important — and while Blacc Hollywood has some hits, it also has some misses. More »
With the release of her second album, The Golden Echo (out today, ), we can all come to terms with the fact that no one is Kimbra. (Except for her, of course.) The singer melds every genre you’ve ever loved from childhood onward, providing a cohesive party that places the New Zealand siren at center stage. More »
Sure, many found it to be polarizing in its experimental approach, but sonically, Yeezus was something that Kanye had been building up to for years. The Yeezus Tour then made it all come to life, now, it’s like…okay, what’s next?
The internet has been swarming with theories on Ye’s eighth album. Lists (like this one!) have pieced together bits of information coupled with what we, as Kanye fans, can only “hope” to find on the album. This list, however, is #factsonly — err, as far as we know.
Idolator is bringing you the ten things to expect from Kanye West’s upcoming album: From artists he’s working with to sounds that you can expect, we’ve gathered all the intelligence up until now.
Before anything though, let’s get this out of the way: No Kim Kardashian cameo (yet), or even rumors of a North West appearance. (It would be pretty awesome to have either or both on the album, though!) For now, just keep watching the “Bound 2″ video. Check out our 10 things to expect after the jump. More »
Sure, the original version manifested itself in the form of many a commercial, but that remix fell into the hands of hip-hop and became rappers’ fodder. The track was wildly remixed and sampled by everyone from The Game to Khloe Kardashian‘s bae French Montana. The winning bidder, though, was the other Kardashian beau, Kanye West, who landed on the official remix. That’s all a roundabout way of saying that the five-year wait for a second La Roux album has been an arduous one, considering how once La Roux arrived, they really arrived.
Trouble In Paradise marks the much needed return of a now solo dolo Elly Jackson, filled with smoother melodies and bubbly production, yet lyrical poignancy. More »
The track — penned by Sevyn Streeter and Eric Bellinger — is a breezy love song about enjoying the moment, where Beau and Kelly’s vocals blend perfectly with the romantically spacey beat of production team Da Internz. There’s a lot of talent on this one track, where the vocalists are as strong as the songwriters. Talk about a winning combo! It’s about time Beau Vallis stepped from behind the boards and got on stage. Let’s hope he stays there.
Check out the song, and let us know what you think about it in the comments after the jump. More »