Shawn Mendes deals with a handsy partner in the video for his new single "Nervous." The track was co-written by Julia Michaels, who also sings a duet titled "Like to Be You" on Mendes' self-titled album.
The simple clip features the Canadian singer-songwriter alone on a
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Shawn Mendes Get Felt Up, Slapped in 'Nervous' Video
A dog falls in love with a cat and fights a gang of sharp-dressed sharks in the imaginative video for Arcade Fire's "Chemistry," the band's latest Everything Now visual.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Arcade Fire's 'Carnivalesque' New Video for 'Chemistry'
Spiritualized have announced their new album And Nothing Hurt, the Jason Pierce-led space rock outfit's first album in six years.
The guitarist dubbed "J Spaceman" trumpeted the upcoming arrival of his first Spiritualized LP since 2012's Sweet Heart Sweet Light by unveiling the video for
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Spiritualized Ready First LP in Six Years 'And Nothing Hurt'
Nicki Minaj recruited Lil Wayne for her racy new song "Rich Sex." "If you know your pussy worth a Benz truck / Don't let homie fuck unless his bands up," Minaj raps over a dark, minimalist beat. Lil Wayne joins for the
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne Unite on Raunchy New Song 'Rich Sex'
Serpentwithfeet's influences make him dangerously cool and impossibly contemporary. His debut was co-released on Tri Angle Records, home of Haxan Cloak, Forest Swords and Lotic, as well as a fitting match for his cutting-edge electronics. As a vocalist, his quavering vibrato is trained in opera and classical music, but it's in tune with the current moment's Nineties R&B reflection –
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Serpentwithfeet's Electronic-Gospel-R&B LP 'Soil' Is Impossibly Contemporary
The brooding country star returned to higher altitudes while making his ninth album, which was written and recorded in Telluride, Colorado's lofty Studio in the Clouds. But The Mountain is no rehash of Bentley's high-flying hit "Drunk On A Plane" –
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Dierks Bentley's 'The Mountain' Grapples With Everyday Lows
Future's accompaniment to Director X's remake of Superfly (which the Atlanta MC co-produced) isn't as concise a statement on post-millennial criminality as Kendrick Lamar's Black Panther project was on universal blackness and African identity, and it certainly can't live up to Curtis Mayfield's epochal soundtrack to the 1972 original. But this album, which Future studded with
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Future's Robo-Croon Shines on 'Superfly' Soundtrack