The high-energy tune was created by producers Tom Neville and Zen Freeman, who recruited Paul to proclaim the song’s title at dramatic moments between the beats.
Instead of creating a universal video that taps into the idea of marriage as a communally joyful experience, Derulo gives us a glimpse into his own personal life — or does he?
“‘Vertigo’ is one of the products of the happier studio sessions. It’s very stripped down and piano based so you can hear every emotion. You can almost see the story in your head.”
The fan-chosen new single basically has a pre-chorus for a chorus, and Juicy J stays trippy.
In the follow-up to “Royals” (now at No. 3 on the Hot 100), Lorde is speaking up for the underdog.
In the opening scene of her new video, “Wrecking Ball,” the pop star who ignited a controversy with her VMA twerking is seen up close (very close) shedding a single tear.
While “Rough Water” doesn’t quite embody the anthemic feel of “Billionaire,” it does have some “oh-oh-oh’s” and a few zeitgeist-y lines for the kids.
The show was Gaga’s first since she was forced to abandon her Born This Way Ball earlier this year due to a hip injury that required the pop star have surgery.
With just an acoustic guitar, Miguel slowed things down and got to the heart of the track, which was featured on Pink’s 2001 album, ‘M!Ssundaztood.’
When British singer-songwriter John Newman sat down to write his debut album he never intended it to become a breakup album.