In the musical selection of the day of today, Demi Lovato back after a year and a half of absence with its simple Anyone; Lil Nas X reveals the remix is an official topic Rodeo next to Nasand we will give you a look at the live performances of Halsey in Saturday Night Live. In addition, Meek Mill pays tribute to the deceased Nipsey Hussle in Letter To Nipsey; Koffee he premiered his Tiny Desk Concertand Peach Pit will bring the video of Shampoo Bottles. Let’s start!
1. Demi Lovato, Anyone
After his appearance at the Grammy awards last night, Demi Lovato he shared the studio version of his new song Anyone, which he wrote and recorded before being hospitalized in 2018 after an overdose. It is the first track that Lovato shares from Daze 2018, and we hope to mark the first chapter of his return to music with a new production. In the meantime, enjoy this touching ballad above.
2. Lil Nas X + Nas, Rodeo (Remix)
Another that was yesterday present at the ceremony of the Grammy awards was Lil Nas X, who in addition to be an award, he was performing live not only his well-known single Old Town Roadbut a new remix of its theme of a Rodeo, in that now, she’s the rapper Nas. This morning, we got the official version of the track with a lyric video lively and quite entertaining where both artists are going to be a version neon of the Old West.
3. Halsey, You Should Be Sad + Finally// Beautiful Stranger
Halsey visited the program Saturday Night Live the past Saturday to perform songs from his latest album, Manic. During the episode starring Adam Driverthat was also the first chapter of SNL 2020, Halsey interpreted his songs You Should Be Sad and Finally // Beautiful. The singer also appeared in a sketch entitled Slow, Driver and Kenan Thompson of SNL simulate a R&B song of extremely slow movement. Take a look at your presentation in the clips above.
4. Meek Mill + Roddy Ricch, Letter To Nipsey
The Grammys celebrated a moving tribute to Nipsey Hussle Sunday: the performance of the star-studded featured what appeared to be the personal dedications of Meek Mill and Roddy Ricch. Now, it has been revealed that those dedications are in reality part of a new single. With the successful title of Letter to Nipsey, Meek and Roddy celebrate the memory of their dear friend and colleague. Listen to the soulful track above.
5. Koffee, Tiny Desk Concert
Fresh out of the Grammys as the winner of Best Reggae Album, thanks to his EP Rapture, Koffee it brings to you today your first Tiny Desk Concert for NPR. In the short-live show, the superstar of 19 years began with your topic Raggamuffin and the song that gives title to the EP, before taking a breather to soak in the moment and continue with Toast, as well as with the single W. Koffee it will be the opening act of the shows Harry Styles for Latin america at the end of this year, so don’t miss it.
6. Peach Pit, Shampoo Bottles
The canadian band Peach Pit they are already preparing for the release of their second album, which is expected to land at some point in the next few months. We still don’t have neither date nor title of the production, but the grouping of Vancouver has a new single extracted from the LP: is called Shampoo Bottles and arrives with a video directed by Lester Lyons-Hookham. The song was produced by John Congletonknown for his work with St. Vincent and Lana Del Rey, and you can listen to it above.
7. Anna Calvi + Courtney Barnett, Don’t Beat The Girl Out of My Body
The next March 6,the british Anna Calvi launch Hunteda new version of his album Hunter last year which features the songs “distilled to its essence nude”. Most of the tracks on now are collaborations, with the participation of Joe Talbot of IDLES, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Julia Holter. As an advance, today we will listen to the new version of Don’t Beat the Girl Out of My Boy, with Courtney Barnett, where the two are accompanied only electric guitars.
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