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Leo Bash x New Single

Leo Bash Unveils New Single “Ayer”

Latin urban-pop’s young rising star Leo Bash premieres new single “Ayer” (Yesterday), available now on all digital music platforms. Known for his charisma and his playfully mischievous lyrics, the Colombia-born, NYC-raised Leo Bash is setting out to redefine the genre after signing with Interscope Records and Young Boss Entertainment Produced by Nekxum and Ángel Barbosa, “Ayer” is Leo Bash’s first solo single, giving him a chance to shine as a well-rounded performer. Directed by Facu Ballve and produced by Anestesia Audiovisual, the music video of “Ayer” highlights Leo Bash’s talent, as well as the picturesque elegance of Argentina, where it was filmed. Last December, Leo Bash released his single “La Uni” (The College), featuring the renowned urban artists Darell and Bryant Myers which has already surpassed 3.5 million views on YouTube. He was also featured on the single “Mientras Tanto” (Meanwhile) alongside the Puerto Rican vocalist Jory Boy. This song is currently gaining traction at radio across the United States. Leo Bash is getting ready to launch a promotional tour throughout the Americas, while working on more new material to be released during the year.

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Oliver Malcom Debut Single

INTRODUCING OLIVER MALCOLM

DEBUT SINGLE “SWITCHED UP” OUT NOW!

DIRECTED BY JESS KOHL IN COLLABORATION WITH OLIVER MALCOLM

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Swedish born, London raised artist Oliver Malcolm delivers his debut solo effort — new single “Switched Up” (released on Darkroom/Interscope Records). The efficacious single blurs the lines of hip hop, alternative and R&B showcasing the twenty-year old’s pension for genre blending production and songwriting. “Switched Up” was offered with an equally dynamic visual directed by Jess Kohl in collaboration with Oliver himself — watch now!

Oliver Malcolm began his musical endeavor early, teaching himself how to spin records at 12 years old. Shortly after, he downloaded a cracked version of Logic and taught himself how to produce, which would turn into working with IDK, MF Doom, Joey Bada$$, Jay Rock, Masego, Tinashe and more. Now 20, Oliver has developed his own voice and songwriting ability. Touching everything from the production, vocals, songwriting, engineering, mixing and mastering, Oliver’s sound is unique and does not fit the mold of one genre. A multidisciplinary at heart, this is just the beginning of what music lovers can look forward to from the new artist.

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Blacc Zacc x New Video

BLACC ZACC RELEASES NEW VIDEO “CAROLINA NARCO”

Hip Hop artist Blacc Zacc (South Coast Music Group/Interscope Records) has just released his new video, “Carolina Narco,” directed by Grizz Lee. The one-shot visual opens with the rapper being escorted from a private plane, presumably by members of the Drug Enforcement Administration. Blacc Zacc maintains his composure as he makes his way through a crowd of fans and reporters without breaking his stride or flow. Laced with wordplay, Blacc Zacc’s narcotics-infused lyrics make the track a strong addition to his growing catalog and a favorable introduction for new fans. Watch the video for “Carolina Narco” HERE.

Blacc Zacc recently signed with Interscope Records via South Coast Music Group; home to Charlotte artist, DaBaby. Known as “The Richest Rapper in South Carolina,” Blacc Zacc has released several mixtapes since 2010’s effort, 1st Round Draft Pick. His latest project, Trappin Like Zacc, was released via Interscope Records in July 2019 and featured DaBaby, Stunna 4 Vegas, LightSkinKeisha and Key Glock. Citing rappers Yo Gotti and Gucci Mane as some of his influences, the young artist has worked hard to develop his sound and narrative over the years and anticipates reaching a broader audience. Blacc Zacc is currently gearing up for the release of his forthcoming project, Carolina Narco, coming soon.

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Robbie Robertson New Music Video

ROBBIE ROBERTSON DEBUTS MUSIC VIDEO FOR “ONCE WERE BROTHERS” DIRECTED BY KEVIN KERSLAKE (NIRVANA, SMASHING PUMPKINS, SONIC YOUTH)

LEGENDARY SONGWRITER’S FIRST VIDEO IN MORE THAN TWO DECADES INSPIRED TITLE OF FORTHCOMING DOCUMENTARY, “ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND,” AND IS FEATURED ON HIS ACCLAIMED ALBUM, SINEMATIC

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With just a few more weeks to go before the release of the highly anticipated feature length documentary film, “Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band,” legendary songwriter and musician Robbie Robertson is sharing the music video for the song that inspired the title of the film. Directed by Kevin Kerslake, the venerable director and documentarian who helped define the visual aesthetic of rock and grunge in the ‘90s with his iconic videos for the likes of Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Smashing Pumpkins, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stone Temple Pilots, Green Day and dozens more, and most recently helmed the lauded Joan Jett documentary, “Bad Reputation,” the video features a riveting, intimate performance by Robertson juxtaposed with monochromatic and sepia-toned Victorian, Civil War and carnival imagery along with uniquely shot footage of athletes and acrobats. Combining modern digital technology with some of the earliest photo and motion picture techniques, Robertson’s first music video in more than two decades captures the artist like never before as he reflects about the bond he shared with his brothers in the pioneering group The Band and its eventual dissolution. The video is premiering today via Rolling Stone.

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“Writing ‘Once Were Brothers’ for my album Sinematic hurt inside sometimes, but it was a rewarding experience as it allowed me to think back about the extraordinary brotherhood of The Band,” said Robertson. “When the filmmakers heard the song, they were deeply moved and not only wanted to use it in the movie but decided to call the film ‘Once Were Brothers.’ For the video we wanted to go in a different direction. Director Kevin Kerslake came on board with an abundance of imagination and style. We had a brilliant time working together.”

“I’ve admired Robbie for a long time and he never really hits a sour note,” said Kerslake. “We talked a while ago, probably about 25 years ago about doing a music video but that didn’t end up happening. It’s nice that it came back around. For the video, we mimicked a process that was invented in the late 1800s by photographer/filmmaker/inventor Eadweard Muybridge who did motion studies, which is sort of a combination of still photography and motion pictures. The process involved shooting things at a very high speed, basically a bunch of different stills. We then made prints of everything that we shot, put them in a drum like a zoetrope which is an old antiquated viewing device that when the drum goes around and around you see all these sorts of loops almost like a picture book. There’s a very antique, historic sensibility that fuels this video that is based on that work.”

“Once Were Brothers” is featured on Robertson’s acclaimed album, Sinematic (UMe), released this past fall to rave reviews. The songwriter’s first new studio album in eight years was inspired by his decades of creating and composing music for film and is filled with gripping tales of villainy and vice, mobsters and gangsters embroiled in corruption and crime, melancholy stories about destruction and devastation and a pair of deeply personal songs about The Band and the youthful dream that launched his wildly successful six decade-long career. The evocative 13-song collection, which plays like a series of mini movies, builds on Robertson’s celebrated solo works while pushing his songwriting into exciting new sonic territory. Robertson is joined on “Once Were Brothers” by Nairobi native J.S. Ondara and American singer/songwriter Citizen Cope. Mournful strains of a harmonica and organ play as Robertson relates The Band’s farewell, singing “Once were brothers/Brothers no more.”

Inspired by Robertson’s acclaimed 2016 autobiography, “Testimony,” director Daniel Roher’s documentary, “Once Were Brothers,” is a confessional, cautionary, and sometimes humorous tale of Robertson’s young life and the creation of one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music, The Band. The compelling film blends rare archival footage, photography, iconic songs, and interviews with many of Robertson’s friends and collaborators, including Martin Scorsese, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Peter Gabriel, Taj Mahal, Dominique Robertson, and Ronnie Hawkins. Made in conjunction with Imagine Documentaries, White Pine Pictures, Bell Media Studios, and Universal Music Canada’s Shed Creative, the project is executive produced by Martin Scorsese; Imagine Entertainment chairmen Brian Grazer and Ron Howard; Justin Wilkes and Sara Bernstein for Imagine Documentaries; White Pines Pictures’ president Peter Raymont, and COO Steve Ord; Bell Media president, Randy Lennox; Jared Levine; Michael Levine; Universal Music Canada president and CEO Jeffrey Remedios; and Shed Creative’s managing director Dave Harris. The film is produced by Andrew Munger, Stephen Paniccia, Sam Sutherland, and Lana Belle Mauro.

“Once Were Brothers” will open theatrically in NYC and LA on February 21 and nationally on February 28. Visit OnceWereBrothers.com for theater listings and view the trailer here:

Robertson drew inspiration for Sinematic from his recent film score writing and recording for director Martin Scorsese’s long-awaited organized crime epic, “The Irishman,” which is nominated for 10 Academy Awards. The film features album tracks “I Heard You Paint Houses,” a duet with Van Morrison, and “Remembrance,” which plays during the end credits.

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$NOT: New Video x Debut Album Announcement

VIRAL RAP SENSATION $NOT RELEASES SINGLE + MUSIC VIDEO FOR “MOON & STARS” FEATURING MAGGIE LINDEMANN

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ANNOUNCES TITLE + TRACKLIST FOR DEBUT ALBUM – TRAGEDY + TO BE RELEASED MARCH 6TH, 2020  + CO-HEADLINING NORTH AMERICAN TOUR W/ JASAIH KICKS OFF FEBRUARY 6TH

PRAISE FOR $NOT:

“$not is the next rebellious rapper on his way to the top of the South Florida hip-hop scene.” — Pitchfork

“The millions of streams and cult-like fanbase he’s amassed didn’t materialize out of thin air—$NOT’s a genuine artist, and he’s been putting in work.” – Complex

“$not is a truly one of a kind rapper with oddball charisma…” — Highsnobiety

“With Billie Eilish and ‘Euphoria’ co-signs, rapper $not is a Gen Z star in the making” — Los Angeles Times

[January 31st, 2020 – New York, NY]  Today, rising South Florida artist $NOT releases a new single and video for “Moon & Stars,” off of his upcoming debut album. The Tommy Ice produced track features dulcet tones of Maggie Lindemann and spotlights $NOT’s pension for creating songs that require instant replay. “Moon & Stars” comes accompanied with an equally stirring visual, sampling the infamous song “The Night We Met” by Lord Huron – watch the video for “Moon & Stars”  here:

Alongside the song’s release, $NOT also revealed the title of his highly anticipated debut album, -TRAGEDY+ to be released via 300 Entertainment March 6th, 2020. which will feature eleven other songs which include previously released tracks, “MEGAN,” “STRANDED*,” and breakout hit “BERETTA,” featuring Wifisfuneral (10 Million+ Streams)  and breakout single “GOSHA” — the latter of which has amassed just over 51 Million streams to date. See below for a full tracklist. 

Not one to sit still, $NOT also revealed that he will be taking all this new music to live shows across the continent stopping at seventeen different cities alongside co-headliners  Jasiah,  along with Haroinfather, NASCAR Aloe, and more. For full routing and ticketing information visit: www.snot.xyz

WATCH “MOON & STARS” BY $NOT FT. MAGGIE LINDEMANN: 

-TRAGEDY + Tracklist:

1. YOU KNOW (INTRO)

2. PRESSURE

3. FALL IN LOVE

4. Moon & Stars (Ft. Maggie Lindemann)

5. ROADRUNNER +

6. WHAT’S THE PROBLEM

7. MISTAKE (CHOPPA BOY)

8. MONARCH

9. MEGAN

10. BERETTA (Ft. WIFISFUNERAL)

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Sturgill Simpson x North American Tour

Today, GRAMMY® Award winner Sturgill Simpson shares the music video for “A Good Look,” a standout track from his critically acclaimed fourth full-length album – available HERE via Elektra Records – and Netflix Original anime film of the same name, “SOUND & FURY.” Watch the “A Good Look” official music video HERE.

Featuring high-octane animated footage from the “SOUND & FURY” film, the visual captures the breakneck action, frenetic pace, and intensity of the artist’s immersive vision set to psychedelic disco breaks, ripping guitars, and stadium-size hooks. The video was directed by Simpson’s “SOUND & FURY” collaborator, founder of influential animation studio Kamikaze Douga, and sought-after filmmaker Jumpei Mizusaki.

Next up, Simpson kicks off his much-anticipated “Sturgill Simpson: A Good Look’n Tour” on February 21 in Birmingham, AL. Meeting widespread demand from audiences everywhere, it visits over 40 cities with two-night stands scheduled for Asheville, NC, Detroit, MI, Minneapolis, MN, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, CA, and Nashville, TN. Numerous dates have already sold out in advance. Presented by AEG Presents, the tour features special guest and acclaimed country breakout star Tyler Childers. Simpson has also partnered with CID Entertainment to offer travel packages with all net proceeds benefitting the Special Forces Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides immediate and ongoing support to the Special Forces community and their families. $1 from each ticket sold for the Sturgill Simpson: A Good Look’n Tour will also be donated to benefit the Special Forces Foundation.  Tickets and more information on the exclusive travel offers can be found HERE. Check out the confirmed itinerary below.

Anointed a critical favorite for its uncompromising scope, endless attitude, and flawless execution, “SOUND & FURY” closed out 2019 as a fixture on numerous year end lists, including those by Rolling Stone, Billboard, NPR, Vulture, Esquire, Noisey, and more. Simpson’s live performances and album have been met with fan and critical praise alike: 

“A PROUDLY REBELLIOUS RECORD.” – Los Angeles Times

“Sound and Fury begins much in the same way as Simpson’s recent live set: with AN EXPLORATORY PSYCH-BLUES JAM …As a guitarist, Simpson is uninterested in conventional guitar god shredding; his playing is CURIOUS, FLUID AND FULL OF WONDER.” – Rolling Stone

“…he can glide between synth-rock, glam, dancefloor-fillers; songwriting is king in his world. It doesn’t matter if he’s playing a dreamy campfire song or a two-minute instrumental stomper. Simpson is the one dictating his sound…” – Pitchfork

“Anyone who says guitar music is dead hasn’t listened to the new Sturgill Simpson record.” – Entertainment Weekly

“Sound & Fury is the best case for musicians using Netflix in wild ways…..THE YEAR’S MOST HYPNOTIZING LONGFORM MUSIC VIDEO.” – Indiewire

“The Sound & Fury closer is the BEST THING SIMPSON HAS EVER DONE …It’s hard to imagine any other rock ’n’ roll show achieving anything like the same visceral power.” – Billboard

“POWERHOUSE PERFORMANCE … Simpson was here, in a cozy punk club, seeking a real connection, making a real change in the world.” – The Washington Post

About Sturgill Simpson:

A true iconoclast, GRAMMY® Award-winning singer and songwriter Sturgill Simpson has quietly, yet irrevocably disrupted country, rock, and culture at large since his 2013 independent debut High Top Mountain. In 2014, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music garnered his first GRAMMY® Award nod and claimed spots on Rolling Stone’s “50 Best Albums of 2014” and NPR’s “50 Favorite Albums of 2014.” 2016 saw him reach a pivotal turning point on A Sailor’s Guide To Earth. It would be honored with the GRAMMY® Award for “Best Country Album.” Like only he can, Simpson threw the rulebook out the window and flipped everything upside down on 2019’s “SOUND & FURY.” Produced by Simpson, the bulk of the album was recorded primarily at the McGuire Motor Inn in Waterford, Michigan, with his bandmates Bobby Emmett, Chuck Bartels, Miles Miller, who all serve as co-producers along with GRAMMY nominee John Hill (Cage The Elephant, Portugal.The Man, Bleachers). It lived up to his pledge to deliver as “a sleazy, steamy rock n roll record” and was accompanied by a Netflix anime film of the same name, which merged American rock music with Japanese animation in a revolutionary new way. Last year, he also contributed “The Dead Don’t Die” as the original theme song for writer and director Jim Jamursch’s acclaimed The Dead Don’t Die film. Additionally, he remains committed to philanthropy supporting non-profit organizations such as the Special Forces Foundation.

STURGILL SIMPSON: A GOOD LOOK’N TOUR WITH VERY SPECIAL GUEST TYLER CHILDERS

NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES

FEB 21, 2020 LEGACY ARENA AT THE BJCC BIRMINGHAM, AL

FEB 22, 2020 U.S. CELLULAR CENTER ASHEVILLE, NC Sold Out

FEB 23, 2020 U.S. CELLULAR CENTER ASHEVILLE, NC Sold Out

FEB 25, 2020 KNOXVILLE CIVIC COLISEUM KNOXVILLE, TN

FEB 26, 2020 KNOXVILLE CIVIC COLISEUM KNOXVILLE, TN

FEB 28, 2020 RUPP ARENA LEXINGTON, KY

FEB 29, 2020 MASONIC TEMPLE DETROIT, MI Sold Out

MAR 1, 2020 MASONIC TEMPLE DETROIT, MI

MAR 4, 2020 PETERSEN EVENTS CENTER PITTSBURGH, PA

MAR 6, 2020 SPECTRUM CENTER CHARLOTTE, NC

MAR 7, 2020 INFINITE ENERGY CENTER ATLANTA, GA Sold Out

MAR 10, 2020 NORTH CHARLESTON COLISEUM NORTH CHARLESTON, SC

MAR 13, 2020 HAMPTON COLISEUM HAMPTON, VA

MAR 14, 2020 THE MET PHILADELPHIA, PA

MAR 15, 2020 THE ANTHEM WASHINGTON, DC Sold Out

MAR 16, 2020 THE ANTHEM WASHINGTON, DC

MAR 18, 2020 COCA-COLA COLISEUM TORONTO, ON

MAR 20, 2020 NATIONWIDE ARENA COLUMBUS, OH

MAR 21, 2020 CHAIFETZ ARENA ST. LOUIS, MO

MAR 22, 2020 LANDERS CENTER SOUTHAVEN, MS

MAR 27, 2020 AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER DALLAS, TX

MAR 28, 2020 FRANK ERWIN CENTER AUSTIN, TX

MAR 29, 2020 SMART FINANCIAL CENTRE SUGAR LAND, TX

APR 1, 2020 SILVERSTEIN EYE CENTERS ARENA INDEPENDENCE, MO

APR 3, 2020 UNITED CENTER CHICAGO, IL

APR 4, 2020 THE ARMORY MINNEAPOLIS, MN Sold Out

APR 5, 2020 THE ARMORY MINNEAPOLIS, MN

APR 9, 2020 BAXTER ARENA OMAHA, NE

APR 10, 2020 ALLIANT ENERGY CENTER MADISON, WI

APR 23, 2020 BOK CENTER TULSA, OK

APR 25, 2020 PEPSI CENTER DENVER, CO

APR 28, 2020 MAVERIK CENTER SALT LAKE CITY, UT

APR 29, 2020 ADAMS CENTER MISSOULA, MT

MAY 1, 2020 VETERANS MEMORIAL COLISEUM PORTLAND, OR

MAY 2, 2020 THE GORGE AMPHITHEATRE GEORGE, WA

MAY 5, 2020 BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM SAN FRANCISCO, CA Sold Out

MAY 6, 2020 BILL GRAHAM CIVIC AUDITORIUM SAN FRANCISCO, CA

MAY 8, 2020 THE FORUM INGLEWOOD, CA

MAY 15, 2020 TD GARDEN BOSTON, MA

MAY 16, 2020 MADISON SQUARE GARDEN NEW YORK, NY

MAY 21, 2020 BRIDGESTONE ARENA NASHVILLE, TN

MAY 22, 2020 BRIDGESTONE ARENA NASHVILLE, TN Sold Out

MAY 24, 2020 KFC YUM! CENTER LOUISVILLE, KY

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Kygo & Whitney Houston Release “Higher Love” Music Video

Global superstar, producer and DJ, Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll – a.k.a. Kygo releases the music video for his single “Higher Love” with Whitney Houston via RCA Records. The video showcases the bold makeup, eccentric wardrobes, and hairstyles of the 1980’s, a nod to the time of Houston’s massive successes and stars Riverdale actress, Vanessa Morgan. Directed by Hanna Lux Davis, the video brings the nostalgia of the past with the contemporariness of the track. Since its release, “Higher Love” has accumulated over 87 million Spotify streams, charted on Billboard’s Hot 100 and reached #1 on Billboard Dance Club Songs Chart.

“Higher Love” is a cover of the 1986 Steve Winwood classic, which celebrated its 33rd anniversary on June 20th. The Whitney Houston estate presented Kygo with the archival recording of Whitney’s version, which was previously released as a Japan-only bonus track on her I’m Your Baby Tonight physical album in 1990. Upon hearing the Whitney track, Kygo raced into the studio, thrilled to be given the opportunity to make music with one of the greatest female vocalists of all time. “Higher Love” was written by Steve Winwood, Will Jennings and produced by Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll and Narada Michael Walden

BANKS shares “Contaminated” video

BANKS shares the lyric video for the haunting track “Contaminated.” View it HERE.

The track is featured on BANKS’ third album, III, which debuted to widespread critical acclaim last month. Zane Lowe first debuted the song as a World First on Apple Music’s Beats 1. BANKS recorded “Contaminated” in Los Angeles, collaborating with producer BJ Burton (Bon Iver, Francis and the Lights). Rolling Stone called the track “infectious” while Billboard noted “‘Contaminated,’…a heavy synth-based melody juxtaposed by the songstress’ signature airy vocals to detail the draining and heartbreaking process of being with someone not healthy for you.”

“‘Contaminated’ is about being addicted to a toxic relationship. The more you give, the less of yourself you become,” says BANKS. BANKS further discusses III in feature articles running in TIME Magazine, Harper’s BAZAAR, Vanity Fair, V Magazine and elsewhere. III is her highest-charting album to date on Billboard’s Top Album Sales tally, debuting at No. 3. It came in at No. 1 on the Internet Albums tally, No. 2 on the Current Alternative Albums and Current Pop Albums charts and No. 9 on the Digital Albums chart. Songs from III have accumulated over 50 million streams alone. She’ll support the album with an extensive headline tour, which kicks off on September 3 at REBEL in Toronto.

The III Tour will include two sold-out shows at Brooklyn Steel (with a third night on sale now) and an October 1 concert at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. Tickets and VIP packages are on sale now. BANKS will also perform at such festivals as Music Midtown in Atlanta, Life is Beautiful in Las Vegas and Austin City Limits. See below for full list of North American/UK/EU dates.

   BANKS – THE III TOUR Dates here.

Anuel AA and Ozuna “Adicto”

Latin GRAMMY© winning producer Tainy taps Latin trap rapper Anuel AA, and reggaetonero Ozuna for his latest single, “Adicto” out now on Interscope Records/ Neon 16. “Adicto” was featured as Zane Lowe’s World Record today on Apple Music’s Beats 1 and is available now at all  digital retailers

The Zak Facts directed video comes just in time for cuffing season, highlighting the trios trysts with love. Coming out swinging as a solo artist, Tainy powers back-to-back hits such as, “Callaita,” with Bad Bunny, and “I Can’t Get Enough” with benny blanco, Selena Gomez, and J. Balvin — the mogul continues to thrive on the music scene. View the video for “Adicto” here.

“Adicto” is the latest single off of Tainy’s upcoming solo project under NEON16 — his multifaceted label recently co-founded with renowned music exec, and former EVP at Roc Nation Records, Lex Borrero. The “Adicto” music video features Tainy’s first-ever close-up as a bonafide solo artist. And the multi-hyphenate, Tainy, plays his renowned keys on camera for his loyalists, as Ozuna croons: “Han pasado varios días y estoy enfermo de ti/ Dime que me hiciste mal/ De mi memoria yo no te puedo borrar/ Dios me va a castigar le prometí te iba a olvidar.”

Anuel AA articulates the growing pains of love, as the MC’s “Adicto” vice on wax is his woman. The thrill of a passionate love often runs its course, and the picturesque “Adicto” video shows both the highs and lows of multiple young lovers. And with the outro, “Bebe yo soy adicto a tu piel/ Yo trato de explicarte y tu no quieres entender,” Tainy, Ozuna, and Anuel AA leave their “Adicto” viewers wondering if the thing they love most is what they are better off without.

Alexander 23 “Another Summer Night Without You”

Alexander 23 shares the visual for his track “Another Summer Night Without You,” from the Netflix Series 13 Reasons Why (Season 3) Sountrack. Watch the video directed by Alexander 23 (Alexander Glantz) and Kenny Okagaki HERE.