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zayn teases new music on twitter

On Tuesday (March 7), Zayn Malik tweeted a 28-second teaser video of new music he’s working on followed by tweets that promised: “Lil taster…More to come.”The clip is mainly instrumental, overlaid with chanting, and features a poodle dancing beneath a hand holding a bone with the word “Excited.”A fan tweeted back, “Taster? B---- new music???,” to which Malik responded, “Really no need for derogatory terminology like that ...I'm excited too though,” along with a winky face.Watch the video below: 

make it easier and more fun to discover music with recordbird

RecordBird is a music discovery and sharing platform like none other. It brings you a complete feed of every new release you care about, and more. If an artist releases a new YouTube video, you’ll get that, too. You get a daily feed of new music, and you can share it via Facebook or any other app that supports Share Sheet extensions. It’s been built around the discovery of new music, so you can open it every day and find something new. Once a new album has been dropped, you can tap on a link to buy it, and you can set calendar events to remind you when upcoming releases are available. RecordBird works with Apple Music or Spotify, so it can even search your cloud libraries for the artists you love. As if that wasn’t enough, RecordBird also suggests new musicians to you, based on the artists

what are justin bieber, chance the rapper, and migos all doing on dj khaled's mu

DJ Khaled is already known for his extensive collaborations with other icons, but his next song and music video might just pack the most star power in one place yet.The producer's Instagram feed is currently chock-full of guest appearances from Chance the Rapper, Migos, Lil Wayne, and Justin Bieber. They all seem to be shooting a music video together in support of Khaled's forthcoming 10th album, Grateful, though the details, as he puts it, are still "top secret."Here's what we do know: Justin Bieber looks happier than he's been in months, especially when he's running laps around Khaled for no real reason. Chance the Rapper is wearing a hoodie with horses on it in one photo. And Khaled's son Asahd is executive producing the whole thing like he did with "Shining." The kid already has great

bruno mars gets animated in 'that's what i like' music video

Bruno Mars is dancing on his own in the just-released music video for his latest hit song, “That’s What I Like.”The clip shows Mars in an empty room, decked out in head-to-toe black, white and gold. He dances along to his song as sketches relating to the lyrics are drawn around him. The simple video is a reflection of the multi-Grammy winner’s natural charm and will have you smiling and hitting the replay button.“That’s What I Like" marks Mars' 14th top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, and rises to a new peak on the March 11-dated chart, climbing 7-4. It's the second top 10 track from Mars' 24K Magic album, following the set's title cut, which reached No. 4 in December. The song also reached No. 1 on the Hot R&B Songs chart.Mars will embark on a global headlining tour to support the album

gaby moreno's 'estare' music video: exclusive premiere

Gaby Moreno sings about love in “Estaré,” the new single from her Grammy-nominated album Ilusión. But this isn’t the love you expect. In Moreno’s new music video, premiering exclusively on Billboard, the object(s) of her affection are... dogs!Featuring a collage of home videos of various dog owners -- from kids to grandparents -- with their pets, the video is a departure for Moreno. If it looks like a PETA ad, you’re not far off. Moreno -- an avid PETA supporter -- has participated in campaigns for the organization.Check it out:

julia michaels 'issues' music video: watch

Julia Michaels released a new video for “Issues,” her single about the ups and downs of a relationship, but also the need to focus on yourself. The singer and songwriter who has written hits for many artists including Justin Bieber, has ventured out on her own with this inspiring solo single. Singing lines like “I could love you just like that, and I could leave you just this fast," Michaels expresses how she feels in a relationship when she needs the patience and understanding from her significant other. The inspiring video features Michaels herself experiencing the unknown that every relationship goes through.    Watch Julia Michael’s music video for “Issues” below. 

why giving up playing music when you've grown up is bad for your brain

Do you know that every year, almost 100% of public school students in America begin an instrument if a school music program exists in their school? Yet over 50% of students simply quit a few years later.Even though parents encourage their children to take up a musical instrument, they never really treat music as important as other subjects. The benefits of learning maths and languages have always been greater than music in parents’ eyes, or even in children’s eyes as they grow up. So grown-ups just quit playing music.An even more common phenomenon is that, as people grow up, they put off playing music as it doesn’t serve any concrete purpose in their hectic life in which work, vacation, friends and family times are of higher priority.If you qui playing music because of one of the above rea

bigbang's 'fantastic baby,' 5 years later

Trends come and go pretty quickly in music, particularly in the K-pop industry, but the staying power of some hits can’t be denied. On March 7, 2012, Korean boy band BIGBANG released the music video for their single “Fantastic Baby,” and fans around the world have been saying “Wow, fantastic baby” ever since.While they were already dominating the local popular music scene, the South Korean act produced one of the few K-pop songs to garner attention internationally with “Fantastic Baby,” in part thanks to the song's dynamic sound and the stimulating visual feast that is the music video. The boisterous, genre-blending sound was something altogether new for the act at the time, while the seditious music video promoted music as a form of rebellion.After debuting as a group with more old-school

david allan coe returns to prison where he did time in moonshine bandits' new vi

The Moonshine Bandits just released their seventh studio album, Baptized in Bourbon, and Billboard is excited to bring you an exclusive look at the video for the set’s first single, “Take This Job and Shove It.” A classic for Johnny Paycheck in 1977, the duo is thrilled to have the song’s writer, David Allan Coe, appear in both the song and the video.“Obviously, for two guys like me and Bird, we grew up listening to David Allan Coe, whether it was on the weekend drinking beer or barbecuing. We always have listened to his music,” said the duo’s Dusty "Tex" Dahlgren. “The next thing you know, we’re doing a song with him, and getting his blessing on how we did the song, and his interest in being in a video with us. Our manager came up with the concept for the video in bringing him back to the

marco carola talks music on's u.s. expansion, hear music on's guest playlist: ex

What led you to found the Music On parties? It ust happened organically. Was supposed to start as a label and the events were supposed to be promotion. One thing led to another.What do you think are the key ingredients for a successful party, and how did you make sure Music On got those right? If I told you, then everyone would be doing it. One thing I can say is have a great team to make everything happen is key.Have you changed the parties over the years? Only thing that has changed is the music as music keeps evolving. And of course expansion. Other then that we have stayed true to what works.What were important moments in the growth of Music On? Staying true to ourselves. Not letting ego, fame, success get in our way. Keeping it about the music and fans who attend a music on event.When

marco carola talks music on's u.s. expansion & shares guest playlist: exclusive

What led you to found the Music On parties? It ust happened organically. Was supposed to start as a label and the events were supposed to be promotion. One thing led to another.What do you think are the key ingredients for a successful party, and how did you make sure Music On got those right? If I told you, then everyone would be doing it. One thing I can say is have a great team to make everything happen is key.Have you changed the parties over the years? Only thing that has changed is the music as music keeps evolving. And of course expansion. Other then that we have stayed true to what works.What were important moments in the growth of Music On? Staying true to ourselves. Not letting ego, fame, success get in our way. Keeping it about the music and fans who attend a music on event.When

american horror story’s evan peters stars in a new music video and doesn’t kill

American Horror Story veteran Evan Peters took a break from his many murderous, serial-killing personas to play a hopeless romantic. In the music video for The Grand Southern's "Traded Heaven," Peters is totally carefree, driving around in a convertible with The Secret Life of the American Teenager's Renee Olstead.Directed by Ryan Eggold from The Blacklist, the clip has a grainy, vintage feel. Peters's character gets into an argument with his gal, but later sees the error of his ways and wins her back with flowers. We're digging this side of the AHS star. Check out the sweet video below.

luke bryan teases family-focused 'fast' music video: exclusive preview

Country superstar Luke Bryan will release a music video for his latest single "Fast" on Friday, but Billboard can exclusively share this 30-second preview now.The video features shots of Bryan singing and playing his guitar in between a series of photos from his wedding to wife Caroline, as well as other pictures of their friends and family."Fast" rises 12-11 on the latest Hot Country Songs chart (dated March 11) and rises 9-7 on the Country Airplay tally. It's Bryan's 23rd top 10 hit on the latter list, and the sixth top 10 from his Kill the Lights album.Watch the preview video below:Bryan returns as ACM Awards host alongside Dierks Bentley, airing live April 2 on CBS.

nick de la hoyde's 'love takes time' video: exclusive premiere

Australian singer/songwriter Nick de la Hoyde dropped the music video for future-pop gem “Love Takes Time” today (March 8) and it’s premiering exclusively on Billboard.The Bruno Kataoka-directed video is set in a ballet studio where dancers work tirelessly to perfect their art, hypnotizing with their dance moves and even engaging in a friendly ballet dance-off. The visual illustrates the stages of a relationship and that love takes perseverance.De la Hoyde tells Billboard, “Everyone in life experiences love and it isn't something that is just given to you. You have to work on love, grow love and through time you will strengthen it. I really want people to be able to relate to the song and when watching the music video feel the emotion through the dancing. 'Love Takes Time' is a journey and

vevo is now funding videos, starting with drake-approved jorja smith

Vevo is now in the business of funding music videos, starting with the new single from British singer -- and Drake favorite -- Jorja Smith. In November, Vevo selected Smith as one of this year's Dscvr Ones to Watch artists, and now the video platform has produced the video for her song "Beautiful Little Fools," Music Week is reporting."It was clear from the outset of meeting Jorja that she has an amazing talent," said James Moodie, senior manager of music and talent at Vevo. "It’s been a privilege to be part of her journey since, lending a hand to support her vision."The video, which has not been released, was shot at London's Rivoli Ballroom and directed by Hector Dockrill. Smith recently performed a pair of tracks for Vevo's Dscvr Live program. She got an even bigger promotional boost in

apple music’s latest advertisements highlight the best female & male british art

Apple recently uploaded two new Apple Music advertisements to its U.K. YouTube channel. The ads shared were previously debuted during the Brit Awards last month and highlight the Best British Male and Best British Female award categories.Mujjo Wallet iPhone 7 CaseBoth of the new advertisements are narrated by Apple Music’s U.K. head Julie Adenuga. The ads are fast paced, quickly switching between different artists. The ads also highlight specific Apple Music features such as Beats 1, curated playlists, and more. As is usually the case, Apple ends the ad by touting that you can try Apple Music for free for three months.The best of British music, and beyond.

the acoustic sounds of a vintage minimoog – synthtopia

Sunday Synth Jam: This video, via Berlin-based skinnerbox, explores the idea of making music with the acoustic sounds of a Minimoog synthesizer. Here’s what they told us about the video:“Hey, dear Synthopians, we did a short video, in which we use our good old minimoog as the only sound source, but rather differently. We used the sounds of the pots and the switches, etc. to compose a short rhythmic video.”Share this:

portugal. the man promote resistance in video for groovy new single 'feel it sti

Late last week, indie innovators Portugal. The Man returned after a lengthy break from music with the groovy new single "Feel It Still." On Monday (March 6), they shared the intriguing and timely music video for the track.As the press release states, viewers are "encouraged to find hidden Easter eggs designed to help #theresistance movement." Such "eggs," so to speak, include a direct dial to the White House, a video explainer of the legal rights of protesters, donation sites for Planned Parenthood and the ACLU and many other hidden gems.Amid it all, there is lead singer John Gourley, who writhes in a Thom Yorke-esque manner to the funky brass backbeat while wearing crisp white overalls surrounded by cars ready for demolition. "I'm a rebel just for kicks now," he sings -- the video adding 

spotify is producing 3 original podcasts, with more to come this year

EnlargeShare this storySpotify is doing more to become the place you go for original audio and video content, rather than just preexisting content. The streaming company announced that it is producing three original podcasts about various aspects of music culture, with more titles to be announced later this year. The first episode of one of the podcasts is already available: Showstoppers, with host Naomi Zeichner, Editor in Chief of The Fader magazine, focuses on "pop culture analysis of our favorite music moments in TV."The second podcast, called Unpacked, debuts March 14, coinciding with South by Southwest. Hosted by Matt FX, music supervisor for Comedy Central’s Broad City, and Michele Santucci of Spotify Studios, Unpacked brings the festival scene to you even when you're miles away fro

katy perry's stylist dishes on 'chained to the rhythm' video looks

Katy Perry dropped her new music video "Chain to the Rhythm," featuring Skip Marley (grandson of Bob Marley), last week, and much like her politically charged Grammys performance, the piece alludes to today's current political climate.The Matthew Cullen-helmed video sees Perry entering the colorful Oblivia amusement park, where cheery parkgoers are enjoying rides named "The Great American Dream Drop" and "No Place Like Home." The latter sees a couple being launched into the air over a white picket fence. While everyone in the dystopian park wears shades of pastel, Perry arrives in white -- and that was no accident.Costume designer and self-described "fashion activist" B. Akerlund, who has worked on styling the music videos of Beyonce's "Hold Up"  and Fergie's "M.I.L.F. $," collaborated wit

google's first original podcast is 'city soundtracks'

Three episodes have been produced, and it's not clear if more are in the works. The first centers on Kelhani and her experiences growing up in Oakland. The second is an exploration of New Orleans, and the musical landmarks which 'Queen of Bounce' Big Freedia holds dear. The final episode revolves around Britt Daniel and Jim Eno, members of the rock band Spoon, as they discuss their favorite venues, recording and writing locations in Austin, Texas. Part playlist, part interview, they should appeal to the fans of each artist and also anyone interested in music culture.Podcasts are an obvious way for companies like Google to tempt listeners across to their service. Music exclusives are another option -- Apple Music and Tidal have had plenty -- but it's increasingly difficult to lock an artist

9to5toys last call: 15-inch touch bar macbook pro $2,100, ipad air 2 $400, iphon

Justin is a senior editor covering all things music for 9to5Mac, including our weekly Logic Pros series exploring music production on Mac and iOS devices. Justin is an audio engineer/producer with over 10 years experience in the music industry.

lorde sent her fans into the night to find snippets of new music

Lorde is rolling out her new single just a few seconds at a time.Days after airing a mysterious ad on TV, the New Zealand singer directed her hometown fans to three physical locations around Auckland. Videos taken from those three spots show a brief clip of new music, as well as lyrics glowing from lightboxes installed around a smoking car flashing with green light.The new single appears to be called “Green Light,” and it already sounds more upbeat than most of the songs on Lorde's 2013 debut LP, Pure Heroine. This is music born to play during a road trip. Given all the car imagery, it seems that's exactly what Lorde had in mind when she was making it.Like the original teaser, this new video flashes the date “3-2-17,” meaning we're probably in for a new Lorde song in its entirety on Thursd

mixvibes intros remixvideo midi-compatible ‘video sampler’ – synthtopia

Mixvibes has introduced Remixvideo, a MIDI-compatible ‘video sampler’ for OS X that offers VST/AU and Ableton Link support.It offers two ways to enhance music performances with visuals: linking audio samples to video pads in standalone mode, or playing it as a video plug-in within your favorite music software. Features:Play fully-synced video samples.Link audio samples to video pads.Modular grid: up to 8×8 pads.3 playmodes: loop, one-shot and gate.Audio sample editor: quantize, gain, mute audio.Video sample editor: hue, contrast, brightness, saturation, chroma key, position & scale.18 video FX.7 mixing modes.Built-in mixer: audio & video faders, bi-filter knobs, EQs, mute & solo buttons.Live BPM control: time stretch included.Touch Bar editing shortcuts on the new MacBook Pro.Auto-Pilot: a

9to5toys last call: elago aluminum iphone stand $15, 64gb lightning flash drive

Justin is a senior editor covering all things music for 9to5Mac, including our weekly Logic Pros series exploring music production on Mac and iOS devices. Justin is an audio engineer/producer with over 10 years experience in the music industry.

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