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Friday, April 28, 2017

Halsey’s ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ Features Quavo, Lauren Jauregui

Posted By: ZYNC - 10:23 AM

By Staff

Halsey has revealed the track listing for her highly anticipated new album Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, which will be released on June 2.

Related: Halsey Changes Gears with New Dance-Influenced Album

The album features Fith Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui on a track called “Strangers,” Cashmere Cat on “Hopeless,” and Quavo from Migos on a song titled “Lie.”

Check out the full track listing for Hopeless Fountain Kingdom below.


BillboardPH Wishes Vic Sotto A Happy Birthday

Posted By: ZYNC - 8:02 AM

Today (April 28), Vic Sotto celebrates his 63rd birthday.

The artist has worn many hats in the entertainment industry starting as a folk singer and guitarist and leaving his mark as a Filipino actor, television presenter, comedian, singer-songwriter, and film producer from the Philippines.

Sotto was the lead vocalist in 1970’s Manila Sound pioneering group VST & Company or VST&Co., which represented Vic, Spanky, and Tito among many other musicians: Boy Alcaide, Clod Baria, Fred Concepcion, Joey de Leon, Ben Escasa, Homer Flores, Monet Gaskell, Chito Ilagan, Celso Llarina, Jun Medina, Male Rigor, Roger Rigor, and Val Sotto.

A recent production and joint effort between Ballet Philippines and ABS-CBN paid tribute to some of VST&Co.’s timeless tracks. Local dance musical Awitin Mo At Isasayaw Ko attracted audiences from different corners of the industry to gather in CCP for a nostalgic “Manila Sound” trip through VST&Co.’s collection of hits.

Today Vic Sotto, continues his career as a main host for the noontime show Eat Bulaga. Meanwhile, here are a few of VST&Co.’s evergreen hits.

The post BillboardPH Wishes Vic Sotto A Happy Birthday appeared first on Billboard Philippines.

Sean Paul Drops ‘Body’ Featuring Migos

Posted By: ZYNC - 7:26 AM

By Hayden Wright

Migos are racking up guest appearances at a clip this week — one day after they appeared on Katy Perry’s “Bon Appétit,” they’re featured on Sean Paul’s new single “Body.” If you missed their Coachella performances, you’re bound to hear Migos vis a vis Quavo appearances on Drake’s More Life or in DJ Khaled’s next collaborative blockbuster.

Related: Katy Perry Drops New Track ‘Bon Appétit’ Featuring Migos

“Body” captures Sean Paul’s signature reggae-dancehall flair with Migos’ contemporary rap edge. On Offset’s verse, he manages to rhyme “Willie Nelson” with “Belgium.”

“There’s something bout you, you know you special, you golden, special / Smoking ganj like I’m Willy Nelson in Belgium, ganj.”

Listen to “Body” here:






A$AP Rocky & A$AP Ferg Deliver New Song, ‘Wrong’

Posted By: ZYNC - 7:16 AM

By Robyn Collins

A$AP Mob are together again for the new track “Wrong.” The song features A$AP Ferg and A$AP Rocky and it’s the first A$AP Mob material since last year’s Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends album.

Ferg posted about the track on Instagram using the hashtag #CozyTapes2, saying “The dynamic duo is back with a new joint !!!”

Related: A$AP Rocky and Juicy J Assist D.R.A.M. on ‘Gilligan’

Earlier this month A$AP Rocky was featured on D.R.A.M.’s new single “Gilligan.”

His last solo studio album, At.Long.Last.A$AP, was released in 2015. Ferg released his Always Strive and Prosper album in 2016. Stream “Wrong” below:

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Watch the Kristen Stewart-Directed Chvrches Video for ‘Down Side of Me’

Posted By: ZYNC - 6:56 AM

By Hayden Wright

Chvrches’ “Down Side of Me” was originally written for their album Every Eye Open, but they recorded a new version for a Planned Parenthood benefit compilation. The live recording supports 7-inches for Planned Parenthood, a collection of vinyl records and digital singles that raise funds for the reproductive health organization. Bjork, Bon Iver and others have also contributed music.

Related: Hayley Williams Appears in Chvrches’ Animated ‘Bury It’ Video

To promote the new rendition, Chvrches released a video directed by actress Kristen Stewart. It’s a close-up montage of faces, fingers and instruments during a studio session. Lauren Mayberry said that in their new context, the lyrics relate to protecting women’s health care.

“‘Down Side Of Me’ was not written specifically for this project but I really like how the lyrics can be interpreted in a way that supports the goal of the project as a whole,” she said. “We should all be able to have faith that our governments are working in our best interests—and if they aren’t then, they should be challenged and held to account. ‘I’ll believe that you’re all that you said you would be.’”

Watch the video for “Down Side of Me” here:





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