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New Music: 16 February 2017

On the heels of their top 10 collaboration “Don’t Wanna Know” with Kendrick Lamar, Maroon 5 teams up with Future for their latest single, “Cold.”

The icy collaboration is about love gone wrong, featuring Adam Levine’s harmonies. “Cold enough to chill my bones,” he sings. “It feels like I don’t know you anymore / I don’t understand why you’re so cold to me.”

It also features lyrics that could be interpreted as a dig at his ex-fiancée Ciara. “Never thought that you were like this,” he sings. “I took the tag off and made you priceless / I just spent half a mill on a chandelier / Now you tryin’ to cut me off like a light switch.”

New Music: 14 February 2017

Katy Perry - Chained to the rhythm
Katy Perry offered her first performance of her new track “Chained to the Rhythm” on the Grammy stage and it was impossible not to notice its heavily symbolic nature.

The song itself is a darker message cloaked beneath a pop tune with an 80s flair -- dissecting the idea the world contains itself in a bubble, blissfully ignorant to the issues awaiting just outside.

Perry came for this in a straight shot, the stage bearing a house and white picket fence a singing Perry stands behind. Wearing a white suit and rose colored glasses -- yes, we caught that Katy -- she impeccably shows off her vocal range singing “So comfortable, we cannot see the trouble, trouble/So put your rose-colored glasses on/And party on.”

New Music: 08 February 2017

As the first single from his fifth album The Afterlove, Blunt appears to be moving away from his trademark sound and towards something more mature.

The 42-year-old wrote over 100 songs in the lead up to the new album, and said Love Me Better was hitting back at the lingering reaction to his 2004 hit You’re Beautiful.

‘I had a big hit. And then I had 12 years of aggression towards it. It was a strange experience,’ he told Time. 

‘[These are] quite harsh words to hear at the top of a song, but that’s because it was quite harsh to receive that kind of feedback on a song that was just played a lot.’

Eagle-eared listeners will also hear Blunt references his ‘wandering eye’ in the song’s lyrics too.

As for his supporters, the singer said he was a little ‘nervous’ about how people would take his change in direction.

‘I am a little nervous about that, because I don’t know how people will respond. I’ve done four albums with me on the guitar writing fairly sad—miserable even—songs,’ he said.