Written and produced by Anderson .Paak, Ludwig Göransson, and Justin Timberlake, ‘Don’t Slack’ is from the soundtrack for the Dreamworks motion picture film, ‘Trolls World Tour’. The soundtrack, out through RCA Records, is set for release this Friday, 13 March, while the film arrives in cinemas on 17 April. Pre-order the soundtrack for ‘Trolls World Tour’ now.
Born in Illinois and raised in California, Carly Marie Masten, who performs as C’Marie, is a singer, songwriter, and dancer. She started dancing at the age of 2, winning many national championships and dance scholarships from major dance conventions. C’Marie has worked with choreographers such as Dave Scott, and danced in music videos for the likes of Mindless Behaviour, Brian Freedman, and Cris Judd. She’s also appeared on TV, performing on Ellen, X Factor, and various programmes on Nickelodeon.
Originally from Surrey but now based in London, JDA is a DIY artist in every sense of the word, and her third and most recent single, ‘Sublime’ comes with her debut music video. Having radio play on both BBC Introducing and Reprezent Radio for her previous tracks, she certainly looks set to repeat the same with ‘Sublime’.
At the age of 13 Oleathia Robinson – now known as Butta B-Rocka – started performing in talent shows in her hometown of Tampa, Florida. Two years later she started making regular trips to Atlanta to work with Bobby Brown Camp, Usher, and Akon. Her mother, working as her manager, pushed her to pursue a solo career, and eventually she agreed. After several setbacks, including a car accident which caused her to put two record deals on hold, she released her first album, formed a band, and started touring nationally and internationally. Her latest track is ‘The Storm’.
Three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning multi-platinum band Maroon 5 debut the official music video for their new single ‘Wait’ (222 Records/Interscope) TODAY. Directed by David Meyers (Kendrick Lamar, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake) and starring actress Alexandra Daddario (The Layover, Baywatch, American Horror Story), the track is the second single from Maroon 5’s new hit studio album, ‘Red Pill Blues’.
With guest appearances by SZA, A$AP Rocky, LunchMoney Lewis, Kendrick Lamar, Future and Julia Michaels, ‘Red Pill Blues’ by Maroon 5 is slick and polished and worth a good few listens. The album is the follow up to 2014s ‘V’, for which the band toured 3 years in support. The album is the first to feature Sam Farrar as a full-time member of the band, although he’s been a touring member since 2012.