New Music From Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber, Madonna

“I can deal with the bad nights when I’m with my baby, yeah / ’Cause I don’t care / As long as you hold me near / You can take me anywhere.”

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Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have released a new song, “I Don’t Care”, marking Sheeran’s first new music since his 2017 album Divide. 

The two singers had previously collaborated on Bieber’s 2015 hit “Love Yourself”, from his album Purpose released that year.

Other notable announcements and developments today…

• Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran have released their collaboration, ‘I Don’t Care’. “It’s out now”, says Bieber.

• Madonna has released another new track, ‘Crave’, featuring Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee.

• Carly Rae Jepsen has released new single ‘Too Much’. Her new album, ‘Dedicated’, is out next week.

• Skepta has released two new tracks ‘Bullet From A Gun’ and ‘Greaze Mode’, featuring Nafe Smallz, taken from his upcoming album, ‘Ignorance Is Bliss’.

• Emma Bunton has released new single, ‘You’re All I Need To Get By’, featuring her partner Jade Jones. “We loved being in the studio together, it was quite romantic after all these years. It was a lovely moment of us as a couple”, she says.

• Stella Donnelly has released the video for ‘Die’, from her album ‘Beware Of The Dogs’.

• Oliver Coates has released his interpretation of composer John Luther Adams’ 2007 composition ‘Canticles Of The Sky’. From it, this is ‘Sky With Nameless Colours’.

• G Flip has released the video for new single ‘I Am Not Afraid’. Her debut album is set for release this summer.

• Aīsha Devi has released new single ‘I’m Not Always Where My Body Is’. It’s taken from her new EP, ‘SLF’, out on 5 Jul.

• Helm has released new track ‘Body Rushes’, taken from his upcoming new album, ‘Chemical Flowers’.

• Check out our weekly Spotify playlist of new music featured in the CMU Daily – updated every Friday.

Hozier talks about new album ‘Wasteland, Baby!’

“It’s trying to look at the warm centre of human kindness”

“I came off the road in 2016 and I was just trying to reconnect after living on a bus. You’re in a bit of a bubble, so it was just nice for me to see what was going on,” he told NME.

“Although I might have been better finding a hobby, I became a bit of a news junkie and the album was written when the Doomsday Clock moved two minutes to midnight. It’s a general consensus of how much civilisation is at danger. The threat of nuclear war was being bandied about and escalated, so it was a real threat at the time. This album carries a lot of those worries.”

While the album might sound overly gloomy, the title track sees Hozier tackling how love can be found in the darkest of circumstances.

“It’s trying to look at the warm centre of human kindness and you find that in ‘Wasteland, Baby!’,” he explained. “While there’s other songs on there that have doom and gloom and might touch upon it, Wasteland Baby goes straight for it. It lets us imagine how the worlds might end in a very real sense. But as long as there’s people, that ‘You and I’, there’s always potential for kindness and that is something to be hopeful about.”

Were those genres popular where you grew up, or were you doing your own thing?

I wasn’t exactly popular at the time. In the 90s, the cool kids were listening to Nirvana, because it’s not what your parents are comfortable with you listening to. As a teenager, everyone was into pop. [But] I was hooked on blues music and jazz. I thought it was music for grownups. It was quite immediate and visceral, and it was either lusting or raw in some way. Pop music, I just didn’t vibe with.

What was it about jazz and blues that you connected with?

It excited me more than anything else. There was something quite mystifying about this stuff, because it was hard to get my hands on the records, especially when I was a younger kid with a really poor internet connection. I couldn’t get a train into the city and go to a record store. There was a real sense of distance with this music, which only fed into my craving for it.

So fast forward to your first album, which was a whirlwind experience helped along by virality, and now this one. What’s changed?

There was a huge success with [“Take Me to Church”]. That was so unlikely. Things happened in a way that couldn’t be planned for. I was conscious not to veer off track from what my original ethos was when I wrote that song. I found it very helpful to move back to Ireland, spend a bit of quiet time and approach songwriting in a similar way.

“A lot of Irish musicians have always had a fascination and a deep love for the tradition of rock and roll, the tradition of blues music in particular,” says Hozier. “My dad was a musician who played blues near-exclusively, and my first education in music was through his record collection.”

This Sunday in upstate New York, Hozier’s launching a U.S. tour. He’s excited about taking these songs on the road.

“A lot of these songs on Wasteland, Baby! were written with the intention, these are going to be really fun live,” he says. “I’m touring with an eight-piece band. Everyone on stage is a singer, everyone can play an instrument. There’s a little mini-choir up there.”

How’s Mariah Carey in concert in 2019?

What’s it like to see Mimi live in concert in 2019?

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Moments ago, the “GTFO” singer announced her Caution World Tour will kick off in February 2019. The 22-city run, produced by Live Nation, will start in Texas and will end in Pennsylvania. Legacy members of her official fan community, Honey B. Fly, will receive first access to buy tickets Oct. 23 at 10 a.m. local time. Fans may purchase a “Honey B. Fly Live Pass” starting Oct. 22; fans who are already registered need simply to upgrade their account on MariahCarey.com.Beginning Oct. 23 at 10 a.m. local time, Citi cardmembers will also have access to buy pre-sale tickets via Citi’s Private Pass program; the promotion will last until Oct. 25 at 10 p.m. local time.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public starting Oct. 26 at LiveNation.com. Canadian and U.S. residents who purchase tickets online will also be able to redeem a digital or physical copy of the diva’s 15th studio album Caution (available Nov. 16); copies must be redeemed by May 6.
Mariah Carey, 2018 American Music Awards
Here is the complete list of Caution World Tour dates:Feb. 27, 2019: The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory in Dallas, TX

March 1, 2019: Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land in Houston, TX

March 2, 2019: Beau Rivage Theatre in Biloxi, MS

March 5, 2019: Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA

March 6, 2019: The Louisville Palace in Louisville, KY

March 8, 2019: Fox Theatre in Detroit, MI

March 9, 2019: Murat Theatre at Old National Centre in Indianapolis, IN

March 11, 2019: The Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL

March 13, 2019: State Theatre in Minneapolis, MN

March 15, 2019: Miller High Life Theatre in Milwaukee, WI

March 16, 2019: Stifel Theatre in St. Louis, MO

March 18, 2019: Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, PA

March 20, 2019: Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in  Toronto, ON

March 21, 2019: Casino Rama Resort in Orillia, ON

March 23, 2019: Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo, NY

March 25, 2019: Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY

March 28, 2019: Boch Center Wang Theatre in Boston, MA

March 30, 2019: Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena in Atlantic City, NJ

March 31, 2019: The Theater at MGM National Harbor in Washington, D.C.

April 3, 2019: Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia, PA

April 5, 2019: Toyota Presents Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT

April 6, 2019: Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, PA

Prior to embarking on her Caution World Tour next year, the “Distance” singer will continue to appear in The Butterfly Returns, her Las Vegas residency show at Caesars Palace Colosseum.

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Taylor Swift Reacts to YouTubers’ ‘ME!’

“Oh my God this is SO CUTE I LOVE IT,” the singer wrote. “Thanks for putting all that effort into this you guys…sending all of you a hug, thanks again!”

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Taylor Swift has been keeping fans on their toes for the last number of weeks. A theory that the singer was releasing new music came to our ears every day for the past couple of months – and now all the speculation has been right.

Captioning all of her Instagram posts with ‘4.26’ for a number of days, Swift finally released her new song ‘Me!’ today. Teaming up with Panic! At the Disco frontman Brendon Urie, the new track is a self-assuring, pop-light track that will definitely get stuck in your head. Unlike her previous black and white covered album, it looks like Swift has jumped into a sea of colour for her newest effort too.

The music video below also makes references to Swift’s past back collection, and to all of those haters that have been “snaking” around in the tall grass.

“Oh my God this is SO CUTE I LOVE IT,” the singer wrote. “Thanks for putting all that effort into this you guys…sending all of you a hug, thanks again!”

Taylor Swift performs onstage during opening night of her 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour at University of Phoenix Stadium on May 8, 2018 in Glendale, Ariz.

Taylor Swift Says ‘Game of Thrones’ Inspired ‘Reputation’

The video features Rebecca Zamolo, Caleb Marshall, Cassey Ho, Veronica Merrell, Jeanine Amapola, Natalies Outlet and Mari Takahashi doing a choreographed dance to Swift’s “ME!” Swift also singled out Ho in her tweet, noting that she had just finished her 30-day ab challenge.

Taylor Swift, after months of speculation, has finally released her brand new track.

Taylor Swift has been keeping fans on their toes for the last number of weeks. A theory that the singer was releasing new music came to our ears every day for the past couple of months – and now all the speculation has been right.

Captioning all of her Instagram posts with ‘4.26’ for a number of days, Swift finally released her new song ‘Me!’ today. Teaming up with Panic! At the Disco frontman Brendon Urie, the new track is a self-assuring, pop-light track that will definitely get stuck in your head. Unlike her previous black and white covered album, it looks like Swift has jumped into a sea of colour for her newest effort too.

The music video below also makes references to Swift’s past back collection, and to all of those haters that have been “snaking” around in the tall grass.

P!nk and Stormzy Continue U.K. Chart Reigns

P!nk lands a second week atop the U.K. album chart with Hurts 2B Human(RCA/Sony), and there’s no change at the singles summit, where Stormzy also spends a second frame with “Vossi Bop” (Merky).

The continuing success of Hurts 2B Human is especially notable as it’s the first time, among P!nk’s three U.K. chart-toppers, that she’s spent more than a single week at No. 1.

She holds off the challenge of Vampire Weekend, who arrive in the runner-up spot, a career best, with Father of the Bride (Columbia/Sony).

Billie Eilish holds at No. 3 with When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?(Interscope/Universal), and there’s another personal best at No. 4 as Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes debut with End of Suffering (International Death Cult). The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner Music) is down 4-5.

P!nk’s ‘Hurts 2B Human’ Album Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart

Tom Walker‘s What a Time to Be Alive (Relentless/Sony) is steady at No. 6, as is Queen‘s Bohemian Rhapsody (Virgin/Universal) at No. 7. The new edition of Ariana Grande‘s Thank U, Next (Republic/Universal) helps its 14-10 revival. Long-running British rockers Wildhearts open at No. 11 with Renaissance Men (Graphite) and Lucy Spraggan at No. 12 with her fifth album Today Was a Good Day (Cooking Vinyl). Now That’s What I Call Music 102 (Sony Music CG/Virgin EMI/Universal) spends a fourth straight week at the top of the compilations chart.

The Official Charts Company reports streams of over 11 millon for the Stormzy single, 1.3 million ahead of Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” (Lil Nas X/Sony), which is steady at No. 2. Lewis Capaldi moves back 4-3 with the former No. 1 “Someone You Loved” (EMI/Universal), as well as landing the highest debut of the week with “Hold Me While You Wait” at No. 4.

Eilish is up 6-5 with “Bad Guy,” while Shawn Mendes starts at No. 9 with “If I Can’t Have You” (EMI/Universal).

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