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With both “Heartbeat Song” and “Invincible” bombing, Kelly Clarkson isn’t having the best era with Piece by Piece. By far, her seventh studio album is her worst-selling to date.

Coupled with the fact, the 33-year-old singer canceled a number of tour dates on doctor’s orders due to her second pregnancy, I wasn’t expecting her to restart promotion on the album. But she has. Clarkson apparently hasn’t completely abandoned it.

Kelly has chosen the title track as the third official single. Wisely, she’s changed the arrangement, giving the song a more upbeat production. The new radio version reminds me a bit of “Catch My Breath,” which I love BTW. Check out the accompanying music video below. Hopefully, this will give this era a second wind. Fingers crossed.

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Justin Timberlake recently made a splash at the 2015 Country Music Association Awards. Arguably, the 34-year-old pop superstar stole the show with his knockout duet with CMA Best New Artist winner Chris Stapleton. They performed Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey” before transitioning to Timberlake’s “Drink You Away.”

Given the rave reviews and that he’s a Southern boy at heart, it’s not surprising that he’s planning a country music album. He’s pretty much doing a reverse Taylor Swift shuffle.

In an interview with TMZ, R&B producer Timbaland confirmed the two of them are ready to get their twang on. He revealed he’s set up shop in Music City aka Nashville to learn more about the genre.

I have to say, I’m intrigued about this project. Will Justin conquer Nashville? My money is a ‘hell yeah.’ Watch Timbaland’s confirmation below.

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After a long hiatus, Adele finally unloads her third studio album, 25, this Friday, November 20. The lead cut, “Hello,” has already topped the charts in multiple countries. No doubt, it’s the first of many more hits to be lifted off the LP.

Ahead of the album’s release, the 27-year-old Brit officially shared another cut “When We Were Young” via a live performance for 60 Minutes Australia. Thanks to a London retailer, snippets of all the tracks were uploaded online. Not surprisingly, the links were removed but not before multiple sites shared them as well.

I quickly skimmed through them and the ones that grabbed my attention immediately were “Remedy,” and “All I Ask” co-written by Ryan Tedder and Bruno Mars respectively. “River Lea” and the Max Martin-produced “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” also have potential. Check out two-minute snippets of all the tracks below and weigh in afterward.

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After hearing a short preview of “100 Degrees,” I sensed the disco-tinged Christmas track would be a winner. It appears, my spidey senses were bang on. I love it and it will definitely get plenty of spins this holiday season at my household.

“100 Degrees” is taken off Kylie Minogue’s new album Kylie Christmas in stores now. She enlisted baby sister Dannii Minogue for the bass-thumping festive track.

Believe it or not, it’s only the second time the Aussie sisters have hit the recording studio together. They previously covered ABBA’s “The Winner Takes It All” for the British comedy, Beautiful People.

Watch the blonde siblings below having a jolly good time collaborating together in the music video. I bet a Christmas at the Minogue household would be one to remember.

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Adele Performs ‘When We Were Young’ In Full

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Hello” is still sitting pretty atop the Billboard Hot 100, but that isn’t stopping Adele from sharing another track off 25. I don’t expect the 27-year-old to loosen her grip on the No. 1 slot anytime soon.

Just a day after teasingWhen We Were Young,” the British songbird uploaded a full performance of the Elton John-ish ballad. Interestingly, the world premiere of the track was supposed to air on 60 Minutes Australia later this week. I wonder if they’re pissed at Adele for debuting it early. Oh well 😉

Once again, Adele delivers a beautiful melancholy ballad. She reminisces about happier times at the beginning of a troubled relationship. She previously revealed to Rolling Stone, that “When We Were Young” is her favorite on her third studio album, out on November 20. Give the track a listen below.

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Snakehips has just dropped their latest music video for a catchy new track called “All My Friends,” featuring Tinashe and Chance The Rapper. In the hook of the track, they sing:

“All my friends are wasted / And I hate this club / Man I drink too much / Another Friday night I wasted /My eyes are black and red / I’m crawling back to you babe.”

Tinashe is on a roll this fall, having just released “Player,” featuring Chris Brown earlier this month and “Party Favors” before that. I have a feeling this track is going to catch on. Give it a listen and check out the video below.

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Hello… It’s Adele again. More often than not, the song that is stuck in my head these days is her new smash hit, “Hello” which has broken so many records since it was debuted earlier this fall.

In a new interview with 60 Minutes Australia, Adele talks about her rise to fame, how she is finally dealing with herself, and more. She also performs a new song called “When We Were Young” for the first time.

Check out the sneak peak to the interview and song below.

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Just after dropping a greatest hits compilation last year, The Saturdays announced a hiatus to pursue solo endeavors and spend time with their families. As a fan, here’s hoping the girls come back together in the near future. Love their music.

Vanessa White is certainly taking advantage of the break. She’s wisely choosing the time to show off a different side, musically speaking. The 26-year-old released two impressive tracks off her forthcoming debut EP. Both tracks display a sophisticated slick R&B vibe as opposed to her group’s pop-dance anthems.

Don’t Wanna Be Your Love” features production work from Tre Jean-Marie. If your flavor is 90s-tinged R&B, then you’ll love this throwback. “Relationship Goals,” however contemporary to the max. It’s a bit laidback, but sassy. I’d love to see accompanying visuals for both tracks. Hopefully, filming them is on White’s to-do list. Check out her solo work below.

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