Full Crate and dynamic duo The Partysquad teamed up on the feel-good jam
“Hot”. The incredibly catchy vocals are performed by the stunning
Jamaican duo Nick & Navi. Listen to this future anthem on your
favourite platform now! http://maddecent.fm/hot
My dedication to women.
‘HOT‘ means so much more than just the physical appearance. It’s the power & the beauty of the mind, body and heart of a woman.
Directed by Full Crate
DOP: Selwyn de Wind
Gaffer: Chris de Geus
Assistant Gaffer: Urniell Bitorina
Production: De Wind Imaging
Producers: Selwyn de Wind & Elizabeth Francisco
Edit: Full Crate
Grading: Full Crate
Stylist Nick & Navi – Hodo Musa
Hair Nick & Navi – Kayglam
Hair & Make up: Shenna Heykoop
Set Assistant: Charmaine Charlemagne
Casting: Elizabeth Francisco
Special Thanks to Andruw Jones and everyone that helped us with this video on set and in pre and post production.
The Time Is Now is the upcoming seventh studio album by British singer Craig David, scheduled for release on 26 January 2018. The album will feature guests JP Cooper, Bastille, AJ Tracey, Ella Mai, Kaytranada and GoldLink. The first single from the album, titled “Heartline”, was released on 14 September 2017, through David’s official YouTube account.
The Time Is Now is the third album release by David in the 2010s after Following My Intuition in 2016 and Signed Sealed Delivered in 2010. In an interview, David said: “If the last few years have taught me anything, it’s that life can change in a moment and you’ve gotta make the most it! Just in the same way my life was flipped upside down all those years ago, I’m genuinely so grateful to be standing here today doing what I love the most”.
The first single from the album, “Heartline”, was released on 14 September 2017. The second single, “I Know You”, featuring the British band Bastille, was released on 23 November 2017. Review Found in Wikipedia
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In addition to releasing three perfect singles of her own, Noah Cyrus has established something of a side hustle as pop’s go-to club queen. The 17-year-old has lent her voice to Marshmello’s “Chasing Colors,” Alan Walker’s “All Falls Down” and, most recently, Matoma’s “Slow.” Her fourth and final (I’m guessing) club banger of 2017 dropped on Friday. She teams up with UK duo One Bit for a fiery floorfiller called “My Way,” which seems to be built around a sample of Mylo’s seminal “Doctor Pressure.”
“Why can’t we do this my way (my way), it’s gotta be what you say (you say),” Noah sings on the instantly-catchy chorus. “You think that you know better, but you keep proving you never — why can’t we do this my way (my way).” I liked all of the “Again” singer’s forays into the dance music, but this probably the best. Who is/are One Bit? A pair of UK producers called Jonty Howard and Joe Murphy, who first came to attention with viral remixes. Listen to “My Way” below. This article originally appeared in Idolator
Music video by One Bit, Noah Cyrus performing My Way (Official Video). (C) 2017 Ministry of Sound Recordings Limited
Raven Felix will finally release her long-awaited Taylor Gang debut Valifornication this Friday. The new project will come loaded with 12 new songs and guest features from Wiz Khalifa, Kap G, Rich The Kid, Chevy Woods and more. Following her previous single “Phase Me,” the Valley sweetheart is back with one last single. Raven Felix drops her new Tekneek produced song “Bad For Me.” Review By OnSMASH
Music video by Raven Felix performing Bad For Me (Official Video). 2017 Taylor Gang / EMPIRE
Krewella reps Chi-town, and so does rapper Taylor Bennett.
If you don’t know, that’s Chance the Rapper’s brother, but he stands
strong as his own man, so that’s the last we’ll say of that.
The Chicagoans go in on a new record together, the darkest and trappiest from the Krewella set to date. It’s called “New World,”
and while the beat is street-wear ready, it’s also hoppin’ on planes
and flying overseas. Yellow Claw came in the studio to add some of its
Amsterdam flair, and the hook features heavy Mid-East vibes, coming
through with hints of the Krewella sister’s Pakistani background. Review
Found On Billboard
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Transviolet’s star has been fast on the rise, having already attracted praise from a list of pop heavyweights including Katy Perry, Harry Styles, Lorde and Twin Shadow.
All of them were impressed by their track Girls Your Age; a sparse yet shimmering coming of age song that did the business in creating plenty of online hype last year.
Now the group – which comprises of singer Sarah McTaggart and musicans/songwriters Judah McCarthy, Michael Panek and Jon Garciao – are back and upping the ante with their first official single New Bohemia; a rousing, Bowie-esque call for unity declared to the tune of a big pop chorus. Review Found On Official Charts.
Transviolet picked the most perfect time to release their video for “Pretty Head.” If this video doesn’t get under your skin in the most poignant of ways, check yourself!
Inspired by the oppression of women and how society loves to wrap us up in pretty bows, “Pretty Head” delves into the pressures women face to look perfect and the frustration that comes whenever we do the opposite of what we are stereotyped as. Take notes, boys. Review Found On The Daily Listening
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Directed by Sarah McTaggart
Edited by Michael Panek
Director of Photography Chris Scholar
(C) 2017 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Fresh off their “No Promises” collaboration with Demi Lovato — which peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard Hot 100 — Cheat Codes are back with another power feature. But instead of enlisting a pop diva, this time, the group joined forces with rapper Fetty Wap & electronic artist CVBZ for “Feels Great.”
It probably does feel great for the dance-pop trio (Matthew Russell, Trevor Dahl and KEVI) to have a track with Fetty Wap, but listening to the song will make listeners cheery, too. The song begins with Fetty’s now-famous “Yeah” before he dives into the verse: “Growing up in the golden age/ Throwing rocks at your window pane/Kiss me once and I’ll float away/ But that ain’t me anymore/ I don’t mind if I sell my soul/ To get a song on the radio.”
The chorus asks, “Do you remember how it feels to be young? Do you remember we could be anyone?”
Answer? “Feels great, motherfucka.”
The record is Cheat Codes‘ “version of a John Hughes movie in song form,” the group says in a statement. “Everybody loves to look back at the glory days, but being young is just a state of mind. Fetty joining us on this song is the icing on the cake. We’re label partners with him and we played a show with him in Texas a few months back. This dude always has a smile on his face, so when we originally had the demo of the song we immediately thought he’d be perfect on it.”
Here is the official music video for our song Feels Great with Fetty Wap and CVBZ.
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