The track is the first music release from the sister-duo – Aly Michalka and AJ Michalka – in ten years. It serves as the lead single from their upcoming EP, which is set to follow later this year.
“‘Take Me‘ for us is kind of one of those songs that’s just very honest. It’s not really written about anyone in particular, just the fact that I’ve been going through the dating scene a little bit,” AJ expressed about the song. “Aly is married, but I’ve seen what I’ve gone through in the sense of just trying to meet someone that can be bold enough to take you out and want to get to know you beyond getting to know you on social media. It’s kind of hard to find. At the end of the day, it was one of those frustrations in the studio where it was like, ‘Just take me out already. If you want to get this done and want to get to know each other, you’re going to have to get to know me first.’ It’s an honest depiction toward my dating life, just really saying, ‘If this is what you want, make it happen.’ I think that song is a really honest moment for us.” Review By Just Jarred
Alex Ross Perry
DP: Sean Price Williams
Editor: Stephen Gurewitz
1st AC: Peter Lee and Tim Clarke
2nd AC: Tim Clarke and Andrew Kennedy-Derkay
Gaffer: Danny April and John Cico
Key Grip: John Cico
Styling: Chris Horan
Hair/Makeup: Elissa Ruminer
Color Correction: Jason Crump
Production Assistant: Nora Kroopf
Catering: Sage Vegan Bistro
Panavision Cameras: Mike Carter
Kodak Film: Anne Hubbell and Naomi Digby
Metropolis Post: Jack Rizzo
Filmed on location in Benedict Canyon, California
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Rising pop princess Nina Nesbitt is about to usher you right on over to the ~feels~ section in her latest video, which sees her imagine her ex-lover being intimate with another girl.
The Scottish singer, who cut her teeth on YouTube covers, has quickly become recognizable for her magnetic sound, which blends pop and RnB. “The Best You Had” visual tells the story of lost of love, with Nina having to face the prospect of continuing on without her former flame, before eventually coming to terms with the fact their breakup meant his loss.
“I really wanted to make a video that brought to life the fear you have of an ex moving on to someone better than you,” Nina says. “It represents the way your imagination runs wild with all the possibilities. We used two mirrored rooms, one with me and one with my ex and his new love interest, showing all the things I feared. I wanted something that felt uncomfortably real to fit the lyrics of the song.” Review By PaperMag
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Throughout her career, the tones of Romanian songstress Adina Butar have resonated far beyond the borders of her beloved Romania. Embracing the mantra of travel broadening the mind, her continual encounter with one city in particular inspired her towards lyrical composition, based on her own experiences in the municipal.
Her kindred spirit aligns with the city that never sleeps – New York City.
Already having an affection for the big apple, her interests spiked further through a live performance during the initial run of Markus Schulz‘s Watch the World album tour. Surrounded by friends and colleagues, her experience of being swept away by the NYC surroundings became too hard to ignore, and the piece New York City (Take Me Away) was born.
Aided with the soul-clenching melodic nature of Markus Schulz’s productions, New York City (Take Me Away) generated appraisal far beyond the United States east coast.
A wait which has been a year in the making is now over, and New York City (Take Me Away) is available now both in standalone form on Spotify, and as part of the Watch the World Deluxe album, available as an instant gratification track from September 22nd, prior to full album release on Friday October 6th.
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“Waterfall” is a trance take on big room house with enough of future bass’ modern subtlety to placate contemporary ears. It’s dynamic, with classic highs and lows, but punchy with the kick drum when you need it most. ~Billboard
My new track ‘Waterfall’ featuring Lizzy Land.
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The 42-year-old entertainer has just dropped yet another fierce visual for a brand new song called “Like It Ain’t Nuttin,” which is set to be featured on her new solo album Double Dutchess.
Double Dutchess will be released on September 22, along with a visual experience called Double Dutchess: Seeing Double.
Stomping through a series of grungy grounds, Fergie goes in. “Nuttin” could have easily been a lead single and the video is a monster. In it, she rocks a short jet-black bob and struts around in fishnets, gets shadowed by a Cadillac in a parking garage and even gives a performance in an underground club.
I might have given the Double Dutchess hard time for her lack of action when the record leaked, but nothing can take away how epic her visuals and songs are. One of her best.
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Upcoming trio No Riddim joins forces with the LA based Megan Lee for Young & Broken! It is a massive tune that will be released on Trap City and will live up to fans expectations. Melodic chords and the touching vocals from Megan Lee are setting the tone as this song opens its doors, followed by a refined and trap tinged drop that is highly infectious. Amazing tune!
Yo, Ma$e is back, and ain’t nothing changed by the limp this time — because his pockets are so damn stacked with paper, he can’t help but lean.
Life is a swimming pool of gold coins, and you’re invited to dive right in on Steve Aoki and Bad Royale‘s collaborative single “$4,000,000,” featuring cool verses from the Bad Boy rapper and sexy saxophone from dance music’s favorite jazz bros, Big Gigantic. It’s the latest single from Aoki’s collaborative album KOLONY, for which he created a ton of stunning visual counterparts, all taking place in a fanciful “Dim Mak Manor,” some magical place where mannequins come to life.
“$4,000,000” follows Ma$e as he goes through his pre-show ritual, which includes gettin’ fly as hell, being waited on hand and foot, and just generally being cooler and richer than you.
It’s a good time, and that hook is gonna get you ready to pop off all weekend long. Check out the video. Review By Billboard
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