2014, just like 2013, continues to be the year of Pharrell. And Beyoncé.
Sia can no longer hide from the spotlight.
With a little help from Girls star Lena Dunham, Sia recreates her video for “Chandelier” on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers.’ Well sort of.
The tropical track, which was written by Sia and Kelly Clarkson collaborator, Greg Kurstin, has her speaking a little Spanish, rapping about sangria and saying things like, “I want you to love me long time.”
At first listen, you might mistake Sia’s new song “Chandelier” for something by Rihanna. And you’re not off the mark to think so.
“Louder really encompasses my experiences over this past year and my journey as an artist up to this point. There’s a lot of emotion but it’s also very encouraging and hopeful—it’s about pushing forward and living your life in a way that’s louder, stronger and bolder,” she said.
Katharine McPhee is heading back into the studio to record and she’s teaming up with a few high profile songwriters.
The singer reveals the track listing to her album due for release next month.
Last night at the 64th Annual Emmy Awards, Josh Groban showed off not only his angelic voice but his sense of humor when he turned One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful” into a touching ballad, which got us thinking, what other songs could Groban make all his own?
David Guetta first exploded onto the U.S. scene with the Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling” in 2009. Since then, the French DJ and producer has quickly made a name for himself on the charts.