No Doubt revives their own unique brand of Reggae Fusion with a twist of Country music in their new song, ‘Settle Down’. The record is the official lead single from the colourful group’s upcoming studio album, ‘Push & Shove’, which will hit stores on September 24th.
Chris Brown’s ‘Fortune’ album entered the UK Albums Chart last week at its summit and Frank Ocean came rather close to matching that feat. In fact, the emotional singer-songwriter’s ‘channel ORANGE’ debut album has notched a place in the top 3 of the chart.
Jennifer Lopez isn’t blazing up the charts as she did in her earlier career but she is still quite the force onstage. Last evening, the glittering entertainer launched her joint tour with Enrique Iglesias, ‘Enrique Iglesias & Jennifer Lopez in Concert’, in Montreal and brought the house down!
Caribbean Heat is back again with a very exciting new installment that highlights the talent of one of the most important West Indian icons of the 1990s – Patra. From her impact in the fields of Dancehall to Reggae Fusion, this force of popular culture helped to take Caribbean music to the global scene.
Rita Ora continued to promote ‘How We Do (Party)’ and ‘R.I.P’ but at least she has something fresh in store. Indeed, between performances of those inescapable songs at 96.5 KISS FM studios, the young star announced that she has finally selected a new single.
Leona Lewis isn’t wasting any time as we wait for the released of her long delayed ‘Glassheart’ album. Indeed, the songbird traveled all the way to China this week to perform at the BMW Olympic Joy Festival, which was hosted in the Beijing National Stadium.
Madonna has unveiled the official single cover of her latest ‘M.D.N.A.’ release, ‘Turn Up the Radio’. It was just yesterday that the legendary performer shared the first sneak peek of the song’s accompanying video and this photoshopped shot clearly came directly from the one of its scenes.
No Doubt previously shared behind the scenes footage of their new video, ‘Settle Down’, and now they’ve given us a second helping. Interestingly, the band somehow managed to mix Country line dancing with Dancehall music choreography to create a production that only they could envision.
Frank Ocean was bubbly and fun during his interview on BBC Radio 1 but did he finally bring that energy to the stage? Well, thanks to fan footage from the first show of his ‘channel ORANGE Tour’, you’re about to find out.