Rather than turning away from her trauma, Rihanna remerged with her most revelatory and defiant work to date with her ‘Rated R’ album.
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‘Safe With Me’ is a heart-on-sleeve love song that’s both confessional and irresistibly catchy.
The album features collaborations with Johnny Marr, MGMT, Karen O, Perry Farrell, Denzel Curry and many more.
The new single signals a new direction for the rising EDM duo, and is their first foray into country-tinged sounds and vocals.
A departure from the Future Garage vibes that Tchami has become known for, “Faith” is a soulful house cut that leaves a lasting impression.
‘Bad Things,’ Wonderland’s first new music of 2020, is the first single from her forthcoming album, planned for 2021.
Both song feature on the band’s new album, We Will Always Love You, due out on Astralwerks on December 11.
The collaboration comes in partnership with Hope For The Day, a non-profit movement advocating for proactive suicide prevention and mental health education.
The band have also shared the new record's cover art, designed by Jonathan Zawada.
The ‘Women in Music Pt. III’ hit got treatment from Lauren Auder, Amber Mark, Jack and Henry, and more.
The broadcast will feature performances from the Swedish producer to benefit MusiCares and the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
The strictly limited release includes The Avalanches’ epic, 11-minute remix of ‘Surrender To Love’.
As players explore the realm, they’ll have a chance to do some digital crate-digging, hunting for 13 hidden records including 8-bit reworks of some of the duo’s most-loved tracks.
Both versions are full of bonus material, while the soundtrack debuts on vinyl for Record Store Day.