Selena Gomez Announces New Song ‘Back to You’


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Selena Gomez has new music in the works!

The 25-year-old singer and actress took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce that her new song, «Back to You» will release later this month, as part of the 13 Reasons Why season two soundtrack. Gomez serves as an executive producer on the Netflix series, after she was supposed to star in the book’s film adaptation. She also contributed two songs to the season one soundtrack: a cover of Yazoo’s 1982 song, «Only You» and an acoustic version of «Kill Em With Kindness.»

«#BackToYou. Out May 10th, part of the @13ReasonsWhy S2 soundtrack. I’m so excited for you guys to hear it.❣,» Gomez wrote on Twitter.

While Gomez sports an edgy bob in the artwork for her new song, makeup artist Hung Vanngo shared pics of the star rocking a fresh set of bangs on Instagram on Saturday. «Coming soon…» he captioned the slideshow, leading many fans to believe Gomez has yet again switched up her look.

Coming soon…

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Dua Lipa & Whethan Soar “High” On Their ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Contribution


Dua Lipa unites with up-and-coming producer Whethan on her new single, “High.” Released today (February 9), it is included on the soundtrack for Fifty Shades Freedand is a rebellious bop. “Don’t ask me to be righteous if you practice what you teach. Counting all your blessings the second you’re down on your knees,” the “IDGAF” siren proclaims over a growling production. She channels her energy into an impassioned request on the chorus. “So why? Why don’t we get a little high?” Problem solved, right?

Whethan’s production is instantly memorable and has a cinematic quality, making “High” a perfect addition to the franchise. Undoubtedly it will be featured during a prime spot in the film, which was also released today. With any luck we will also receive a video for the track, because Dua is in rare form here. Delivering soaring vocals, she effortlessly rides the beat and comes off as an appropriately confident pop princess on the rip-roaring anthem.

Dramatic and carefree, it is easy to imagine the song climbing the charts and becoming a respectable hit. The pair are in good company on the soundtrack as well. Other songs on the release include original content from Julia MichaelsRita Ora and Liam PayneHailee Steinfeld and Jamie Dornan who stars in the franchise as Christian Grey. A highlight will likely be Ellie Goulding’s reimagined rendition of “Love Me Like You Do,” which was included in Fifty Shades of Grey. Give the song a listen below!

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New Music From Kendrick Lamar, SZA & Khalid On ‘Black Panther’ Soundtrack


Marvel’s Black Panther (in cinemas February 16) is one of the year’s most-anticipated movies. As such, it deserves a blockbuster soundtrack and Top Dawg Entertainment well and truly comes through. Arriving digitally on February 9 with a physical release to follow on February 16, the album boasts new music from the who’s who of hip hop. Leading the way is Kendrick Lamar. He contributes the title track and features on four other songs including “Pray For Me,” a collaboration with The Weekend.

Other highlights include “All The Stars,” K. Dot’s collaboration with SZA, and “The Ways,” a new song from Khalid and Swae Lee. Interestingly, there are also two contributions from James Blake (“Bloody Waters” and “King’s Dead”). While the soundtrack is rich with superstars, it also showcases some rising talent including UK singer Jorja Smith and South African breakout star Babes Wodumo. Peruse the full tracklist below.

The Black Panther tracklist:

  1. Black Panther — Kendrick Lamar
  2. All The Stars — Kendrick Lamar & SZA
  3. X — Schoolboy Q, 2 Chainz & Saudi
  4. The Ways — Khalid & Swae Lee
  5. Opps — Vince Staples & Yugen Blakrok
  6. I Am — Jorja Smith
  7. Paramedic! — SOB X RBE
  8. Bloody Waters — Ab Soul, Anderson .Paak & James Blake
  9. King’s Dead — Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future & James Blake
  10. Redemption Interlude
  11. Redemption — Zacari & Babes Wodumo
  12. Seasons — Mozzy, Sjava & Reason
  13. Big Shot — Kendrick Lamar & Travis Scott
  14. Pray For Me — The Weeknd & Kendrick Lamar

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Rita Ora & Liam Payne Cozy Up For A Romantic Bop On “For You”


Rita Ora and Liam Payne have rolled out one of the first certifiable bops of 2018. The pair joined forces on “For You” for the soundtrack to Fifty Shades Freed. Considering that the franchise has spawned a handful of hit singles including Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik’s “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” the surprise collaboration was highly anticipated. Released today (January 5), the romantic banger is a fiery love song that exceeds expectations.

On the track, they soar to unexpected heights buoyed solely by the power of love. “In your eyes I’m alive. Inside you’re beautiful, something so unusual. In your eyes I know I’m home,” Rita declares over racing synths on the opening lines. The “Anywhere” siren steals the show with her impassioned delivery. However, she graciously shares the stage with Liam. “Skin to skin, breathe me in. Feeling your kiss on me. Lips are made of ecstasy. I’ll be yours for a thousand nights,” he vows.

Compared to Taylor and Zayn’s moody release, this is shaping up to be a bright spot on the soundtrack. If they play their cards right, Rita and Liam could have something massive on their hands. With the right music video and a handful of promotional performances, “For You” could easily climb the Billboard Hot 100 and become a breakaway hit.

While Rita is riding high on the back of three UK top 10 hits, she still hasn’t made a dent on the Billboard Hot 100. Liam got off to a good start with “Strip That Down,”which cracked the top 10 and sold double platinum. However, he hasn’t had much luck with “Bedroom Floor.” The 24-year-old’s second solo single has stalled at number 98 despite being a vast improvement on his smash hit debut. Perhaps their collaboration will give them the final boost to break through the American market. Give “For You” a spin below!

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