To celebrate what is increasingly looking like yet another number one, Katy unveiled the “Dark Horse” cover art. It’s an elaborate drawing by New York-based artist Yao Xiao of the “Roar” diva dressed as a knight. Could this be an insight into the much-anticipated video? In other happy news, Prism sold its one millionth copy in America last week — so congratulations all around. More »
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The “Can’t Remember To Forget You” promo continues with the unveiling of the cover. Unfortunately, it’s a bit dull. When you have two of the sexiest women on the planet collaborating, why use a black-and-white photo of furniture as the artwork? Perhaps this is just a promo pic to tide us over until January 13 when the single hits iTunes. Fingers crossed. More »
The duo also unveiled their album cover and it’s fair to say they both look pretty incredible in their matching maroon ensembles. I’m not sure what the red color scheme is all about but it works. What can we expect from the music? “The honeymoon is over now,” they explain. “There’s… some serious stuff. There’s definitely a lot more depth in it, which is something we’ve always felt we wanted to do.” More »
Little Red has a UK release date of February 3, but Sony tells Idolator that a US release date has yet to be set. We’ll keep fingers crossed, though, that it happens.
Final tracklist below. More »
So here we are prepping for 2014, which will hopefully boast far better creative output from the music sphere than 2013 did. Lea finds herself going for pop glory by throwing a cap into the mainstream ring with upcoming album Louder, the tracklist for which was revealed today. First single/album opener “Cannonball” was penned by Sia, something immediately evident in the minute-and-a-half preview of the song now available online. “I won’t hide inside, I gotta get out, gotta get out, gotta get out,” Michele sings in the lead-up to the chorus, with a vocal delivery reminiscent of Sia’s own unique phrasing acrobatics.
Give “Cannonball” a spin and catch the Louder tracklist below. More »
For starters, “You Sound Good To Me” sounds like the second coming of Shania Twain — obviously a good thing! — and her playful twang comes across as completely natural. It will be interesting to see how the Hollywood Records signee is received by country music aficionados but pop fans will, no doubt, welcome Lucy with open arms. Watch a live rendition of her new single after the jump. More »
For such a raunchy song, the cover was a little boring. Well, Justin has remedied the situation by uploading an alternate to Instagram. This time the source of Selena Gomez‘s future therapy sessions is shirtless with a gold chain in his mouth. The mind boggles what he will do in the video. More »
Let’s start with the artwork. The deluxe version finds Lady Gaga‘s duet partner surrounded by a sea of writhing ladies wearing, you guessed it, black panties. The standard cover is even more icky with the veteran playing a semi-naked woman like a violin.
As for the music, the titles suggest R. Kelly has recorded a collection of tunes equally suited to the strip club or bedroom. Something tells me “Legs Shake” is probably not about cramps, while “Throw Money On You” might not address the singer’s charity work. (I remain hopeful though).
Kelly Rowland guests on “All The Way”, while the 46-year-old goes solo on “Crazy Sex” and “Poetic Sex”. Where’s the romance? Never fear. There’s a (sure-to-be) heartwarming ditty called “Marry The Pussy”, which will no doubt be played at weddings for years to come. Check out the full tracklist and standard album cover after the jump. More »
The big-lunged diva unveiled the cover today and she looks absolutely gorgeous in a sexy zip-front dress and wind-swept straight hair. Candice has a phenomenal set of pipes. All she needs is some great material to make huge waves on the music scene in 2014. Hopefully her debut LP Music Speaks delivers the goods. It drops February 18. More »
Mother Monster also shared the cover and it’s her most terrifying work yet. Looking like a cross between Frankenstein and Michael Jackson, Gaga poses in an oversized box-shaped jacket and underpants. That’s fairly normal by her standards but she has scary teeth and bruises near her crotch. Enough said. More »