The song is expected to appear on Ora’s U.S. debut album, simply titled O, which is slated to arrive this summer.
As one would expect from such dance floor heavyweights coming together on one tune, “Freak” is an epic club banger that’s packed with high energy and massive drops.
At first listen, you might mistake Sia’s new song “Chandelier” for something by Rihanna. And you’re not off the mark to think so.
Recess features a whole grip of guests, from UK jungle progenitors Ragga Twins, who guest on the amazingly titled song “All Is Fair in Love and Brostep”) all the way up to Chance the Rapper, who collaborates on the track “Coast is Clear.”
Frank Ocean has yet to announce a follow-up to his 2012 album, Channel Orange, but he’s given fans a little consolation prize with the brand new track “Hero.”
The sunny and infectious tune is sure to soundtrack many beach parties once the temperatures soar. Yes, this winter will eventually end.
The song, which features production from French DJ Gesaffelstein, has Rocky channeling Kanye West’s ‘Yeezus’ as he complains about the government over industrial beats.
M83′s new song “I Need You” off the Divergent soundtrack is a cross between Bon Iver and Kenny G. And if that description doesn’t strike your fancy, we’re not sure what will.
Now you can be as happy as Pharrell says he is. The singer’s new album, G I R L, which features his Oscar-nominated song “Happy,” is currently streaming on iTunes Radio.
This latest single from the upcoming Young Money compilation follows previously released tracks from Drake and Nicki Minaj.