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  1. “Mo bounce in the motha f---in’ house.” “Mo bounce in the motha f---in’ house.” A year ago, Iggy Azalea was ready to release Digital Distortion. She says every song off the first installment was mixed and mastered, but it didn't reflect who she was anymore following a breakup with ex-fiance Nick Young after finding out he was unfaithful (and subsequently impregnated his ex-girlfriend) and some other life changes. As she put it to Apple Music's Zane Lowe, Iggy started from scratch. “I promise you I had my whole record down and I scrapped the entire thing,” she says. “It was good stuff, it’s not even that it was bad!” She adds “Team” will still make the cut. “I just had a lot of life changes right before I was supposed to drop my album, and I thought, ‘you know what? This is no longer reflective of what I want to say or what I want to talk about or who I am.’” As it stands, Digital Distortion has a better vibe and energy. "I think the first album that I scrapped was very aggressive and very angry and abrasive. That's how I felt at the time." She credits that to the constant controversy she found herself in. "Time has passed. Time heals all sometimes... I'm happy." In the same chat, Iggy premiered her new song "Mo Bounce," which she agrees does lean more towards the aggressive side still despite her upbeat attitude. “Mo bounce in the motha f---in’ house,” she raps over a frenetic beat before furiously repeating the word bounce. It's a serious banger and a reintroduction of sorts; "Team" didn't make waves like some of her previous works had. "Mo Bounce" will pick up the slack. Listen: Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  2. The song's late night TV debut. "Scared To Be Lonely" gets its late night television debut. Everyone is tossing around the Summer of the summer phrase, but Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa's new tune "Scared To Be Lonely" is a real contender. As Jimmy Fallon noted ahead of the duo's performance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, the song has been streamed more than 250 million times worldwide since January. It's also an important stepping stone for Lipa; her debut album drops in June. Watch below: Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  3. Ya'll see Brit posted a new catwalk vid with Change Your Mind?
  4. I'm here for "Change Your Mind" this week
  5. Now get to voting, bitch. Now get to voting, bitch. Look, you're not here to read a bunch of the nonsense I typically bombard you with. You're here because you want to somehow A). convince Team Britney to choose a third single off Britney Spears' flawless ninth studio album, Glory, and B). persuade them which track it should be. Let's get right to it... We'll let you know how the poll turns out in a few days. You can also comment your single choice in Exhale.
  6. Next single contender. Too good for me. Zara Larsson's new record So Good is reportedly the most-streamed debut album by any female artist on Spotify ever, and there's no signs of slowing down. The pop star just released a piano ballad rendition of "Only You" and now has her sights set on promoting "TG4M." The 19-year-old Swedish singer asked fans what they think should be the next single from the record. Many of them answered with "TG4M." Zara responded by liking only the Tweets that featured that song title. That's bad news for All Saints. The band accused Zara of copying their song "Pure Shores." They Tweeted she was a "THIEF" (in all capital letters). In a now-deleted Tweet, band member Natalie Appleton said “THIEF! @ZaraLarsson. TG4M is a blatant rip off of our hit Pure Shores! Find your OWN Sound. Where’s our royalties???” My thoughts – "TG4M" is a solid single contender. And personally, I do not believe it sounds like All Saints' "Pure Shores." Ed Sheeran recently gave TLC's "No Scrubs" songwriters writing credits on his Divide single "Shape Of You" simply to avoid any potential copyright lawsuit. Is this what our world is coming to? Can anyone even share a BPM anymore? Listen and compare: Thoughts on "TG4M?" Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  7. Love is in the air!If you're having trouble viewing this Stackerdecks post: Click Here Love is in the air! Lauren Jauregui has remained an outspoken advocate on a number of social issues since coming out as a “proud bisexual Cuban-American.” The Fifth Harmony member penned a passionately political letter last year addressing her sexuality (as well as criticizing President Donald Trump). “I am so proud of it," she said of being bisexual. "I am proud to be part of a community that only projects love and education and the support of one another. I am proud to be the granddaughter and daughter of immigrants who were brave enough to leave their homes and come to a whole new world with a different language and culture and immerse themselves fearlessly to start a better life for themselves and their families.” She's comfortable enough in her own skin now to share the wealth. Lauren took to social media to share some sweet moments by the lake between her and girlfriend Lucy Vives. Huge congrats to them; They look entirely happy! Swipe through the photos above. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  8. Are you shining just for me? Are you shining just for me? Ansel Elgort might be best known for his role in The Divergent series, but he's taking his musical talents seriously. Last month, the 23-year-old shared an American Psyco-inspired music video for his own song, "Thief," but the budding pop star is showing off his sweet side. Check out his cover of "City of Stars" From La La Land originally sung by Ryan Gosling. Get your swoon on: Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  9. "I'm back, bitches." "I'm back, bitches." That's all I needed to hear today. Lindsay Lohan announced she has a new prank show named The Anti-Social Network and shared a preview of what we can expect. It's worth noting she rocks her boring American accent in the clip. The premise is simple! Lohan will hijack participants social media accounts for 24 hours while they participate in lewd and embarrassing challenges for prizes with hidden cameras capturing it all for our amusement. The news even made CNN. "I love social media," Lohan says in the teaser. "I mean, I am social media. Everybody knows you should never leave your phone lying around, especially near me. So I've decided I'm going to hijack your social media — your Instagram, your Snapchat, your Facebook, your Twitter, all of it — for 24 hours. If you can pull off three challenges, you'll win some fabulous prizes. They won't know that I'm the one that's pulling all the strings." "I've decided to dare people to really question how much their social media is worth," Lohan adds. "I am really good." According to Entertainment Weekly, "The Anti-Social Network" is being shopped for distribution. Hijack me Queen. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  10. Iggy shows us what "Mo Bounce" is all about. Iggy shows us what "Mo Bounce" is all about. The Australian rap princess shared several previews of her upcoming Lil Internet-directed music video. The teasers arrive in GIF form, and show Iggy doing her thang on the streets of Hong Kong. As for the song, "Mo Bounce" is produced by Stereotypes, who crafted Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic” and “That’s What I Like”, as well as and electro/hip-hop group Far East Movement. The song itself drops March 23, and the video a day later. UPDATE: Vevo shared a 20-second clip of the music video / song. Watch below: Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  11. Visual effects galore. Visual effects galore. It was announced today (March 21) that Björk, as well as Missy Elliott, Frank Ocean and Nine Inch Nails will headline the FYF Festival in July. It's a ways away, but probably not enough time for the influential singer to finalize her forthcoming album and perform it. But she's close. According to director Andrew Thomas Huang, who directed the 360 degree virtual reality experience for “Stonemilker,” as well as videos for “Black Lake” and “Mutual Core,” Björk has written and conceptualized a majority of her Vulnicura followup, which he labeled "so heavy — and fun and exciting." "I think it's a bit too early for me to say at the moment, but, you know, Björk's already written quite a bit of it," he tells The Fader of the new record. "We just want to evolve what we did in Vulnicura, which was so personal and introspective. What I can say is this new album's gonna be really future-facing, in a hopeful way that I think is needed right now. I'm excited. It will probably be utilizing more of my visual effects background as well." Take a peek at that FYF Festival setlist I mentioned as well as some of Huang's collaborations with Björk below. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  12. Both a little scared. Neither one prepared. Both a little scared. Neither one prepared. Disney's Beauty & The Beast starring Emma Watson is breaking all sorts of box office records this week. Taking part in the celebration is Celine Dion, who sang the album title track for the 1991 animated classic as well as an original for the live adaptation titled "How Does A Moment Last Forever." She attended one of the film's movie premieres, but no one expected the legendary singer to clap back to a reporter's question about Adele winning Album of the Year over Beyonce at the Grammys. “I don’t want to be rude to you, but I’m not here for talking about the Grammys, sir," she said. "I’m here to talk about Beauty and the Beast. I hope you know where you are tonight. I don’t want you to miss any moment from Beauty and the Beast." Watch the honest moment below (begins at 1:05). Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  13. Compare the melodies: "a club isn't the best place to find a lover so the bar is where I go." "a scrub is a guy who thinks he's fine He's also known as a bust."
  14. Apparently there's enough of a likeness to TLC's "No Scrubs." Ed Sheeran is avoiding a potential copyright lawsuit by crediting TLC's "No Scrubs" songwriters on "Shape Of You." After Robin Thicke, Pharrell and T.I. lost their copyright lawsuit against the Marvin Gaye estate for "Blurred Lines," all bets are off. Songwriters are showering credit just to avoid any possible legal scandal and plagiarism allegations. Case and point? Ed Sheeran has added Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss, Tameka Cottle, and producer Kevin Briggs, the songwriters/producers of TLC's "No Scrubs," as contributors of "Shape Of You." Music publishing website ASCAP lists all three names on their site. If you listen closely, "Shape" shares a likeness to the melody in "No Scrubs." The news comes on the heels of the announcement Ed is set to receive the Songwriters Hall of Fame's 2017 Hal David Starlight Award, which will be presented at the 48th Annual Induction and Awards Dinner on June 15 in New York. Last year, songwriters Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard, along with their publishing company HaloSongs, filed a $20 million suit against Ed for alleging ripping off 2010 X Factor winner Matt Cardle's song "Amazing" when his song "Photograph" took off. They claimed it was a "verbatim, note-for-note" copy. Looks like Ed wants to side-step that scenario entirely with "Shape." Listen to the comparisons below (which even sparked a mashup from Sabrina Carpenter). Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.