Blood Orange Unveils Extended Visual For Trio Of 'Freetown Sound' Tracks
Blood Orange has taken its love for visuals to another level by unveiling a long-form video for three tracks from Freetown Sound: 'With Him,' 'Best to You' (featuring Empress Of) and 'Better Numb.'
Daley Enlists Jill Scott For Sultry ‘Until the Pain is Gone’
Assisted by neo soul empress Jill Scott, the sultry track, 'Until The Pain Is Gone,' is a slow burn that is characteristic of the type of indie R&B being cranked out of the UK at present.
Cathedrals Channels The Pain of Lost Love Into ‘Don’t Act Like A Stranger’
The melding of live instrumentation and electronic elements is what makes the comeback track, which was debuted exclusively through Billboard, stand out.
CyHi the Prynce Claims G.O.O.D. Music’s ‘Cruel Winter’ Is Done
CyHi the Prynce recently did an interview with Complex, in which he discussed what's been taking the upcoming project so long to see the light of day.
Gorillaz Returns With A Bang In First Performance In Five Years
Friday, the virtual British outfit returned to the spotlight to perform its upcoming offering, 'Humanz,' in full, complete with a star-studded lineup of featured acts.
Zayn Abandons Boy Band Brand Of Pop On New Single
The pop star's latest single, complete with a dancehall rhythm and a feature from Canada's PARTYNEXTDOOR, would fit right at home on a Drake or Justin Bieber record.
Migos Takes A Detour From Southern Rap Roots On ‘What the Price’
The AutoTune-heavy track, assisted by electric guitar, is tender given the trio's typical bass-laden sound. Motorcycles, backwoods hijinks and product placement take center stage in the visual.
Foxygen Pens Empowering Anthem, ‘Be Yourself’
At first glance, psychedelic pop and a children's special inspired by dolls could make for seriously strange bedfellows. However, a track penned by a band like Foxygen isn't such a stretch.
KAABOO Del Mar 2017: Muse, P!nk, Tom Petty And More!
KAABOO Del Mar announced its uber eclectic lineup for the 2017 festival on Friday. Headliners for the event include Muse, Red Hot Chili Peppers, P!nk and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.
Hoops Travels Back In Time For ‘On Top’ Visual
The visual would fit right in during the '80s (or a late night, marijuana-induced stupor,) complete with a nod to public access TV and VHS.
Kendrick Lamar Takes Down Donald Trump On ‘The Heart Part 4’
On the politically charged track, the conscious and outspoken rapper takes aim at Donald Trump, Russia and the current state of politics in America.
Halsey Announces Album Release Date In The Most Confusing Way Possible
Instead of simply tweeting out the date of the release, Halsey attempted to have her fans figure it out themselves by sharing pictures of a trio of tarot cards featuring roman numerals.
Gary Clark Jr. Reflects on The Legacy of Chuck Berry
The performer who's been featured alongside artists like John Mayer, Eric Clapton and BB King just penned an essay on the influence of the late rock pioneer Chuck Berry.
Weezer Debuts Sunny New Tune on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
Rivers Cuomo donned a sun costume for the band's TV debut of its new single, 'Feels Like Summer.' The bright track and fun-loving performance left the audience craving more.
Deep Cuts: Fleet Foxes
With new album 'Crack-Up' due out June 16, here's a journey back through some of the tracks from the band's first two albums.