This week the singles are coming in hot. With Pink’s anticipated album right around the corner, her songs are going to be dropping left and right to get fans ready. PARTYNEXTDOOR is not leaving fans hanging for long before his new EP, and Skrillex is getting his hands on all the best rap songs to remix. This week’s round up begins with…
Pink has finally dropped the titular track for her seventh studio album. Beautiful Trauma is due to release October 13, 2017. The album is looking to be another personal look at the singer’s obstacles, triumphs and everything in between. “Beautiful Triumph” as a song is as strong as the person singing it. Pink has continuously proves that she’s a talent that will never stop deserving recognition. The new track showcases that as she belts out the truth behind a life so beautiful that it’s traumatic.
PARTYNEXTDOOR previously released a new EP, Colours 2. Now he’s back at it with a new project Seven Days. The standout single, “Damage” features Halsey. Her deeper raspy voice pumps up the song like it did with the Chainsmokers’s “Closer.” PND and Halsey feed off of each other effortlessly on “Damage.” It would be shocking if this song didn’t end up being a bonafide party hit.
Country sweetheart, Shania Twain released a new single, “Let’s Kiss and Make Up.” Twain herself admitted after the loss of her husband she didn’t think she’d produce anymore records. That’s what makes “Let’s Kiss and Make Up” a fun country pop song with a somber touch to it. It’s all about not wasting time fighting with the one you love. At 52, Twain still shows she has what it takes to create an attention-grabbing single.
Echosmith’s new track “Get Into My Car” is a more endearing track than their popular song “Cool Kids.” The new single does a great job showing off lead singer, Sydney’s soft but powerful vocals. The sibling band from Chino, California toured with Twenty One Pilots making a name for themselves. “Get Into My Car” has a nostalgic factor reminding us what high school was like with a first love.
Ever since Skrillex dropped Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites in 2010, he’s taken dubstep to levels no one thought it could reach. The EDM dj took Kendrick Lamar’s smash single, “Humble” and gave it a makeover. By adding a heavy dose of bass and build up beats, the track becomes a hybrid of Lamar’s original hard-hitting sound with a tranquilizer of steroids injected into it. Skrillex did what he does best and it is never more clear than on the “Humble Remix.”