“You and I” — Anjulie
Produced by Italian DJ Benny Benassi, Anjulie’s “You and I” combines a fun, danceable beat with lyrics you can sing along to. The Euro-track shows the Canadian artist’s versatility, as it’s a departure from her recently-released track “Headphones.” You can download “You and I” starting tomorrow!
“Anything Could Happen” — Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding first released a lyric video with fan submitted Instagram photos for “Anything Could Happen.” Now, the lead single from her second studio album Halycon finally has an official music video. The video is about Goulding and her soulmate getting into a car accident and is filmed on a beautiful beach in Malibu. This isn’t your typical car crash though, as the beach is littered with shining spheres, mirrored pyramids. Goulding herself wears a flowing gown. It’s a pretty heart-wrenching video and hopefully isn’t a metaphor for her real life relationship with DJ Skrillex!
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It’s crazy how so many people get discovered off the internet these days with the help of technology. Even though you weren’t physically there on the chilly sidewalk to watch street musician Bryson Andres do his thing, you saw it on YouTube.
Andres did an amazing tribute to One Republic’s “Secrets,” and all I can say is W-O-W! I wish the guy got some more tips, but it’s clear that his performance made me actually want to listen to more music involving violins, it was that good.
He told E! Online, “Demi blew me out of the water vocally! I had no idea how good her voice is. She’s one of the best singers I’ve ever worked with. Literally, that good… I mean, she’s a Kelly Clarkson-level vocalist. And Kelly has a set of pipes.
“I think everybody wanted to hear her talk about that (her troubles), and this is basically flipping it 180, saying, ‘Oh, by the way, I’m still also just young and want to have fun.’ There’s even like a little rap feature on it.
“She doesn’t rap on it. I’m going to keep that (person) a secret. But she’s got a couple features on this album, one in particular that is going to shock everybody. I was like, ‘How did you get this person? They’re impossible to get and you got them!’”
This is Demi first release since being diagnosed as bipolar, and starting her recovery.
OneRepublic and rapper B.O.B have collaborated for a new remix of the band’s single ‘Good Life.’ The track is streaming online now.
OneRepublic have also just launched a new online scrapbook to keep up with their fans. Fans who tweet a photo of themselves living the good life, along with the #goodlife hashtag, will automatically be featured in the album on the band’s official website, OneRepublic.net.
‘Good Life’ is the latest single from the band’s album ‘Waking Up,’ which is now available on iTunes.
When you hit it out of the park one time in the music business, odds are against you that you can do it again. Guess what? One Republic has. Their first studio album Dreaming Out Loud was a hit, and their second studio album Waking Up is also doing amazing. Jordan got an update from some of the boys about their newest album and life as superstars.
Singer Leona Lewis is teaming up with One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder for her second album.
This isn’t the first time the duo work together. Tedder co-wrote and produced Lewis’ mega hit “Bleeding Love” that launched the singer into the spotlight.
Tedder told E! News he and Lewis spent a week in a recording studio, “We did about two and a half songs, and we already have something that everybody’s extremely happy about.”
He also told E! News that Lewis is writing for her upcoming album, which will most likely be recorded in the U.S. as opposed to England. “We’re going to do a lot of it in L.A. But I’m going to try to get her out to Denver for a week. We’ll see if she’ll do that.” said Tedder.
Tedder said to E! News it’s “very possible” him and Lewis will record a duet together. The One Republic frontman has also produced four tracks on Kelly Clarkson’s upcoming album “All I Ever Wanted.”