With 152,000 copies sold, Niall Horan’s solo debut, Flicker, hit reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Additionally, the album has topped the iTunes Top Album charts in 61 countries. Continue reading Music Monday >> Niall Horan’s ‘Flicker’ Debuts at No. 1
I can’t even front–this song is a bop. Admittedly, I haven’t loved all of the solo 1D music (that’s a post for a different day), but “Back To You” is definitely one of my faves.
I hadn’t heard Liam’s single in full yet, but it’s a legit bop. It’s been interesting to hear the different musical roads the 1D guys have ventured down in their solo careers, so far.
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Per a press release from Republic Records, new music from Liam Payne (of One Direction fame) is “coming soon”! Read the full release after the jump. Continue reading Gone Solo: Liam Payne Signs With Republic Records in North America
“I’m excited to announce I have signed a record deal with Capitol Records USA and released my first solo song. Thank you to all the One Direction fans for your love and support as always. I’m looking forward to the next part of this journey together.”
– Niall Horan
“This Town” was produced by Greg Kurstin, and Horan wrote the track with Jamie Scott, Mike Needle and Daniel Bryer. The track is now available on iTunes & Apple Music.
Watch a stripped down performance of “This Town” in a “1 Mic 1 Take” video, which was filmed in the historic Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA.
I was feeling pretty pop-tastic this year, and my favorite songs unabashedly reflect that. I recommend you grab your dancing shoes & hit play! Enjoy!
Hilary Duff – “Sparks”
Continue reading Wait…WHAT?’s Favorite Songs of 2015
Blame it on American Idol, or even Glee, but I love a well-done cover song. Hearing an artist take on a fellow creative’s song has become one of my favorite things, because it allows the listener to become acquainted with a song in a new way. Take a listen to some of my favorite cover songs from this past year.
Ed Sheeran – “Dirrty” (Christina Aguilera)