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Hayley Kiyoko – Feelings [Official Video]

“’Feelings‘ is super special to me because I think a lot of people can relate to the emotions that are brought on by being completely hooked on someone,” Kiyoko tells Flaunt. “I wanted to write an anthem celebrating these ‘feelings,’ as opposed to suppressing them like society often makes people do in today’s dating scene.”

“We have feelings, we get involved, and sometimes we can’t control it. After all, we’re human. I am thrilled about this release and excited for everyone to get the first taste of what’s to come from my album next year, not to mention I had a blast shooting and directing this video, which was all done in one take – something I’ve never done before.”

Kiyoko started her career off as an actress appearing on various Disney Channel shows and is now one of Atlantic Records’ bright talents. Her music is an honest reflection of who she is and she’s definitely not afraid to talk about her sexuality or raw emotions in her lyrics. Rolling Stone recently featured her as one of the “10 Artists You Need To Know.”

Kiyoko is currently working hard on her debut album, which is set to drop early 2018. Review Found On Flaunt

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Directed by Hayley Kiyoko


Daya – New [Music Video]

I feel like “New” really is an all-encompassing term for what’s happening in my career right now. It’s a new beginning for me — and I don’t think people will be like, ‘Oh, she’s changed. She’s different.’ I think they’ll be expecting to come along with me on this journey, and they’ll realize that people do change. We’re all humans, we all go through phases.

I’ve just gained so much confidence in the booth since the Sit Still Look Pretty era. I’m working with really talented producers and songwriters who bring out the best in me. This song doesn’t really beat around the bush. It just tells you that I was hurt by this person and that I’m missing him. All of these emotions are kind of pouring out of this new song, and I think this new era is gonna represent just a more raw, real me.

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Directed by Tobias Nathan

Music video by Daya performing New. (C) 2017 Daya Records, LLC under exclusive license to Interscope Records

Pixie Lott – Won’t Forget You ft. Stylo G (Music Video)

Pixie Lott has shared a preview of her new single, called Won’t Forget You.

The singer is gearing up to release her new track, which features Stylo G, after announcing she was working on new material earlier this year.

Pixie teamed up with DJ and producer Anton Powers on Baby earlier this year, ahead of her stint as a coach on The Voice Kids on ITV. Won’t Forget You marks her first single as a headliner in three years.

She last album, self-titled, reached Number 15 on the Official Albums Chart and included the Top 10 single Nasty. Look back at Pixie’s complete Official Chart history here, including seven Top 10 singles, three of which reached Number 1. Review By Rob Copsey

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Loote – Out Of My Head (Music Video)

Written and produced by Emma and Jackson, this song is the first track to feature vocals by both as well. When speaking of the song, Loote describes it as “an emotional roller coaster. It’s about being stuck and weird and feeling like you can’t get out of your own crazy. And it’s an ode to that one person or thing you can rely on; you like that they get you out of that shit. The chorus is this celebratory moment that’s kind of a ‘thank you’ to them.”

Emma’s singer-songwriter background and Jackson’s production technique come together in fresh and unexpected ways, and their sound, as Jackson explains, “is a combination of two personalities and where they meet in the middle. We’re different in a lot of ways, and you can hear that in our music, but in a lot of ways we’re also very similar and you can pick up on that too.” The result is a confident sound that’s sexy, energetic, and inspired by many of today’s trailblazing artists. It’s undoubtedly poppy, but there’s a sense of craftsmanship and attention to detail apparent in all of their tracks that sets them apart.

Their first single “High Without Your Love,” with other 45 million streams, is “about that initial feeling of ‘I need you, I can’t get enough of you,” says Emma. It’s a sexy and catchy celebration of blinding infatuation; of the midpoint of being in love and being in lust. Jackson asserts the track was organic to write: “it took on a life of its own,” he says

The duo met in a college songwriting class when they were randomly paired up for a homework assignment. After writing a handful of songs for other artists and producing remixes for Mike Posner, Shawn Mendes, and LANY, LOOTE decided it was time to step out from behind the scenes. Review Found On Broadway World

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Music video by Loote performing Out Of My Head. (C) 2017 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. (4th & B’way)

Lost Kings – First Love (Official Video) ft. Sabrina Carpenter

Lost Kings, known for their dance-pop rhythms on jams like “Look At Us Now” with Fifth Harmony’s Ally Brooke and A$AP Ferg and “Quit You” with Tinashe, have now linked up with singer-songwriter and actress Sabrina Carpenter on “First Love”.

The record shortly follows the success of Carpenter’s solo single “Why” on Hollywood Records which has already surpassed 40 million Spotify streams since its July 7 release.

“First Love” drops simultaneously with the track’s music video, shot by Lost Kings’ right-hand media man Tyler Bailey. The video captures the duo’s busy summer touring, backstage antics and studio sessions alongside Carpenter delivering her head-bopping verses and hook. Review Found On Billboard

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Director – Tyler Bailey
Producers – Tyler Bailey & Enes Kolenovic
Assistant Producer – Justin Capolongo

Louane – Si t’étais là (Music Video)

Place to the emotion before the release of the second album of Louane the 10 of November. After the single “On est beau”, the singer drops guard on “Si t’es là”, a ballad on the piano written by Marie Bastide, the companion of Calogero.

Things were accelerating for Louane. After the surprise triumph of her debut album “Chambre 12” , sold over a million copies, the singer took a step back to better propose the sequel. It is now official: his second album “Louane” will be released on November 10th. If it contains the first excerpt “On est beau” , produced by Dany Synthé, the project will contain 15 tracks, two of which are signed by Tim Dup, two others by Julien Doré (“Nuit purple”, “Midi sur novembre”), written by Loïc Nottet (“No”), Benjamin Biolay , Patxi, Dan Black or Vianney, and “It Will not Kill Ya” , the duet with The Chainsmokers. After revealing the cover and the tracklist of his disc, Louane unveils his new title “Si t’étais là”, directed by Dany Synthé. Revie Found On Charts in France

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Music video by Louane performing Si t’étais là. (C) 2017 Mercury Music Group

Fergie x CR Fashion Book: REDRUM (Official Video)

Paris is the capital of attitude, appearance, and the avant-garde. To celebrate this vigor— and France’s ultimate week of fashion—CR recruited the dutchess of pop Fergie (along with forever favorites like Barbara Palvin, Soo Joo Park, and Duckie Thot) to send off fashion month in thrilling style. Seen in this fashionably-frighting music film above by Senio Zapruder and Riccardo Bixio, here is the best of Paris a mere days after the runway.


Fergie and Barbara Palvin For CR Fashion Book

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