“Hey Ma” by Pitbull & J Balvin feat. Camila Cabello

Three is often a crowd unless you combine the fierce firepower of Pitbull, J Balvin, and Camila Cabello then you are treated to a festive amalgam of sexy swagger fused seamlessly to an audacious Latin rambunction. The threesome’s effort to crank up the fate of “The Fast and Furious” umpteenth franchise commands the spotlight for…

“F*ck Fake Friends” by Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy

G-Eazy is returning the favor with his reunion with his long-time friend Bebe Rexha in “Fuck Fake Friends” for the latter’s long-gestating album “All Your Fault”. Both firebrands are best remembered with their smash collab in “Me, Myself & I” for G-Eazy’s “When It’s Dark Out” album. And there’s no doubt that the powerful duo…

“Symphony” by Clean Bandit feat. Zara Larsson

If you are still over the moon with that Oscars winner for best film this year, then you are in for a treat from UK’s firebrand Clean Bandit who is poised to numb your senses with a cascading wall of sound and drown you with overly slick synths and multi-orchestral instrumentations. “Symphony” is the group’s…

“At My Best” by Machine Gun Kelly feat. Hailee Steinfeld

Machine Gun Kelly just fired up another winner with a collab with “Starving” pop singer Hailee Steinfeld in “At My Best”. The Cleveland rapper has already blown up the hit chart with his dangerous liaison with Fifth Harmony alum, Camila Cabello, in “Bad Things” and with Little Mix for “No More Sad Songs”. Another match-up…

“Green Light” by Lorde

  The lights are up for Royals singer’s comeback with a surprising amalgam of off-kilter electronics, sinister piano-filled ambience, and boisterous made-for-dancehall track designed to rouse her angst-ridden alter-ego. The track in question, “Green Light”, is a pivotal vehicle for Lorde following her “Pure Heroine” debut in 2013. In this carrier single from her sophomore…

“How Would You Feel” by Ed Sheeran

Suffolk troubadude Ed Sheeran has been glossing over music review sites, commanding every chart as humanly as possible, and making every critic rave over his “Divide” album. With intense delivery, sandy pipes and eclectic creations, there’s no doubt that the album is a calculating record-breaker and Sheeran’s most mature excursion to date scaling up his…

“It Ain’t Me” by Kygo and Selena Gomez

First she came out, then she went away. Then she came back packing a punch in Kygo-driven banger “It Ain’t Me” that sent her fans to her propulsive chorus opener “Who’s gonna walk you/Through the dark side of the morning?” Selena Gomez continues her strings of empowering moving-on-from-breakup bon mots from “The Heart Wants What…

“For Her” by Chris Lane

Girl Problems. If you are looking for a message in Chris Lane’s debut album, well, that pretty sums it all. But give him credit: This American country pop singer knows how to push boundaries in his music that makes him not to sound too samey with his contemporaries. Known for eclectic blend of country, pop,…