We take stock of the musical news that we should not miss these days. If Taylor Swift had some drama last week that took him to speak on his official Twitter, it has won. Forbidden to sing his own hits at the American Music Awards 2019 this November 24th because of his old label.
Taylor will finally be able to do so thanks to all the support received by the fans and the artists who took the lyrics. Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta have indeed yielded. Gims has confided in the return of the Assault Sexion blocked, according to him by Dawala their former producer. You will understand, this project is not ready to see the day. We stop with the dramas since this week has been rich in new music and it is rather a good thing!
Dadju unveiled Poison or Antidote, the unexpected sequel to his new album while Selena Gomez announced the release date of his next album. After Jesus Is King, Kanye West unveiled work on his first opera in addition to performing Jesus Is King Part II with Dr. Dre. Little Mix are already preparing Christmas as they prepare to unveil “I’ve Been Missing”, a new single for the holiday season. Three major artists have teased their imminent return this week: Cardi B, The Weeknd and Justin Bieber. Coldplay is back with Everyday Life, a bright album as Harry Styles unveiled the tracklist of his upcoming album, Fine Line.
This week was also marked by Grammy nominations for 2020 and Billie Eilish would like Ariana Grande to win. On the side of the week’s concerts, of which you can find the columns on the column, the editors went to applaud Mr. Pokora in Marseilles, Christophe Maé at Cirque d’Hiver Bouglione in Paris and Banks at Trianon. Camila Cabello will soon be back in Paris with her album Romance for a date at the AccorHotels Arena, on June 17, 2020. Finally we end with some video clips, they also available on the site, that of Zara Larsson for “Invisible”, Tinashe and G-Eazy for “So Much Better” as well as Gradur and Heuss L’Enfoiré for “Do not come back”. That’s it for this week, good Sunday!