“Million Years Ago” is a song recorded by English singer and songwriter Adele for her third studio album 25 (2015). The song was written by Adele Adkins and Greg Kurstin, with production of the song provided by the latter. Lyrically, the track is about how fame has personally affected her and everyone around her. Musically, the song is an acoustic tune accompanied only by guitar. “Million Years Ago” received positive reviews from critics, with many comparing it to the music of Madonna.
Emerging London-based artist, BLAKEY, shares the simple but effective video for ‘Prism Of Love’.The track is sparse at its core – a seesaw between BLAKEY’s velveteen falsetto/baritone interludes that melt alongside a graceful instrumental.Opening up about ‘Prism Of Love’, Blakey states,“It’s a very direct song. I put my most authentic and honest feelings to music.
“Attention” is a single by American singer Charlie Puth. It was released on April 21, 2017, as the lead single from his upcoming second studio album. The song was used in a popular Snapchat filter. Some bits of the song were recorded while Charlie was traveling in a tour bus.
The official music video was released on April 24, 2017, on YouTube. It was filmed in Los Angeles. Cameras capture Puth brooding at the club while scoping out a blond woman, played by Samara Weaving. Throughout the song, he realizes that she only wants to be around him for attention and other ulterior motives instead of loving him for who he is.
Slowing it right down this hump day with FRND‘s self-love song, ‘Be Happy’.Judging by the lyrics of the song, it appears that the two concerned are no longer friends, but it doesn’t stop us digging the overall positive vibes going on in ‘Be Happy’.
The Vancouver/San Francisco due, BLU J, is making a name for themselves in the realms of club and dance music. Their new song “Light” was just dropped on Zed’s Dead’s new DeadBeats label (which looks quite promising). The house groove is on point and tasteful vocals by Nevve are the perfect compliment.
New single “Time Won’t Wait” has been given a full release through Ultra Music, and is a stunning listen.
With their expansive style of progressive house once again shining through here, “Time Won’t Wait” features rich vocals and singalong lyrics, guitar hooks and an almost 80’s style developing synth melody – adding in a few well-placed pop vibes.