Lots of great new albums are dropping today to get us rockin’ through the weekend! All of these albums and more are now streaming on Apple Music and Spotify.
Sacrifice (single) Bebe Rexha
Per Music Mayhem Magazine:
Bebe Rexha released her brand new single entitled “Sacrifice,” accompanied by a music video, which the singer says is inspired by her life and her not slowing down. “Sacrifice / When it comes to me, don’t want no compromise / This should be the only body on your mind / When it comes to me, I’m down for life / So tell me, would you sacrifice,” Rexha sings in the chorus. The superstar described the new music video in three words: “cinematic, effortless grunge, sex.”
NIRATIAS – CHEVELLE
Per Red Roll:
Chevelle, which is now made up of brothers Pete and Sam Loeffler, is back with their ninth studio album. The first single from Niratias is called “Self destructor,” which was written back in 2019, but could easily be mistaken as a reference of the pandemic and the very obvious divide between the believers and non-believers of science.
What’s Next (single) Drake
“What’s Next” is a perfect song to usher in the return of day parties when the world eventually opens again. Drake falls into one of his favorite pockets, making an earworm of a hook by simply talking about doing all of the things that we also likely did this year so far. Or that some of us did, anyway: the accompanying music video depicts Drizzy and friends showing off some of the best tourist attractions in their native Toronto, with shots of the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, the CN Tower next to it, and Drake rapping in the Yonge subway system, among other locations. Not to mention him driving in circles around Air Drake, his $185 million Boeing 767, in his Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren with a Chrome Hearts interior, which slightly tests the relatability.
My Head Is A Moshpit – Verzache
Incorporating his early hip hop influences with an ever-evolving palette of indie inspiration, shoegaze fuzz, and sparse electronica, the young star manages to distill his chaos into a cohesive body of work. Detailing some of his darkest moments, ‘…Moshpit’ showcases vulnerability through its coming of age story which loosely runs in chronological order.
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