Lady Gaga will return to pop in September with the new single ‘Perfect Illusion’. We celebrate with her best moments so far! Continue reading
Baz Luhrmann’s The Get Down is a colourful tale of community, music and changing your destiny. Continue reading
The video for Snakehips and Zayn’s ‘Cruel’ is out now! Continue reading
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Queen Bey is back. And she has quite the statement for you! Continue reading
Check A Bit of Pop Music’s review on Justin’s album Purpose here!
Justin Bieber releases music video recorded in Iceland
Justin Bieber is on a roll lately. After his single ‘What Do You Mean’ became a huge international success he decided to quickly follow up with the new track ‘Sorry’, that would have been another international number 1 if it wasn’t for Adele releasing her comeback on the same date. Justin is busy promoting the release of his new record, called Purpose, which will come out on the 13th of November. In the meantime he released a promo single called ‘I’ll Show You’, once again produced by Skrillex. The track is a bit more down tempo than the two previous ones, but it still got his recent electronic sound, that seems the dominant style on the upcoming album.
Mariann Rosa premieres video for energetic single ‘Frikkin” Fantastic’
In Norway, Mariann Rosa doesn’t really need an introduction anymore. The singer, songwriter, DJ and style icon gained fame and success as the front woman of the pop and rock band Surferosa. She became a judge on the Norwegian Idol panel and now she is pursuing a solo career. This week Mariann actually launched her debut album called HYPE in her home country. To promote and celebrate this special occasion, she recorded a video for the second single ‘Frikkin’ Fantastic’, which premieres today on A Bit of Pop Music!
Check out A Bit of Pop Music’s Blue Neighbourhood album review!
Troye Sivan premieres final part of Blue Neighbourhood trilogy
For the people who don’t know him yet: Troye Sivan is a singer, songwriter, actor and vlogger from Australia, but born in South Africa. He is rapidly turning into the next big thing with the release of the so called Blue Neighbourhood trilogy. This string of three music videos accompanying his singles gained a lot of buzz all over the internet, which is the perfect build up to the release of his debut full length album with the same title, which will be released in December. Seriously, if you have 12 minutes of your precious time spare, it is definitely worth it to watch this short movie.
Little Mix go to prom in video for ‘Love Me Like You’
The girls of Little Mix recently released their brand new single ‘Love Me Lik You’, the second track taken from upcoming third album Get Weird. Perrie, Jade, Leigh-Anne and Jesy won the British X Factor in 2011 and have been going strong ever since. After hits like ‘Wings’, ‘DNA’, ‘Move’ and more recently ‘Black Magic’, they are ready for the next big one with the all kinds of brilliant ‘Love Me Like You’. It’s retro, undeniably catchy, contains an earth shattering pop chorus and even in the case you don’t want to like it (why wouldn’t you, but just imagine) it’s too damn irresistible.
Sharon Doorson is back with uplifting new single
Sharon Doorson revived her music career when she participated in The Voice of Holland in 2012. Although she did not reach the finals, she signed a contract and released successful singles like ‘Fail In Love’ and ‘High On Your Love’. With her dance pop, she filled a gap in the Dutch music market at the right time. Now, Sharon is ready to move on with a new sound that is less dancy, but more orientated towards pop and R&B. The first single of her new project is the uplifting ‘Electrify’.
Say Lou Lou invite fans into their dream worlds in short film
The Swedish-Australian twin sister pop duo Say Lou Lou has released a video for their latest single ‘Nothing But A Heartbeat’. The girls have been teasing us with a lot of photos and short fragments of this project they are very excited about. They premiered the short film about lucid dreaming (a dream in which the dreamer realizes the events are not real) on the internet earlier today and I have to say I am impressed by this moving work.