Marc E. Bassy has already had a summer smash on his hands with “Plot Twist”, but now he has enlisted some charting power with Hailee Steinfeld which actually isn’t a bad move at all.
Hailee gives the track a slightly different vibe than the original does, but either version can’t take away that this track is just an all around smash! Marc E. Bassy hasn’t been a huge hit on the charts so the only track you may know him from may be his G-Eazy collab, “You & Me“. However, we are hoping this is the track to give him the fan boost that he needs!
Take a listen to the remix below!
Britney Spears is back, and this time, it’s just ok.
I’m usually excited for new music from pop mega-stars such as Britney, but after giving this a couple of listens, it fell flat. Don’t get me wrong, it is an absolute smash, but not for someone like Britney. The first 10 seconds sound like that Nick Jonas and Tove-Lo collab, “Close“. Then the rest of it sound like a mix of Kiiara’s “Gold” and some sort of Flume knock off.
With all those comparisons being said, I see exactly why she took this route because each of those tracks has smashed the charts. As for a Britney move, I expected something bigger and filled with more energy. To add to the generic track, she adds rapper of the moment to the mix, G-Eazy.
Either way, this track is going to do wonders on the charts and everything because it just fits right in. I’m hoping for something else the next time around!
If you want a smash by a pop superstar, see Fergie’s “M.I.L.F”
BeBe Rexha is the new “It” girl after taking huge success with her G-Eazy collaboration “Me Myself and I”. Now she is taking a turn a stepping out from behind the scenes and breaking out on her own. She has written some monster hits for some huge superstars including Eminem, Rihanna, Tinashe and David Guetta. I always have huge respect for talents that step out and decide it is their turn to take the spotlight.
“No Broken Hearts” isn’t anything amazing, but it is the perfect debut single for her. I mentioned in another post about the female empowerment run on the airwaves that we have, and this fits perfectly in line with it. It’s fun, it is a little ratchet thanks to Nicki and it’s catchy.
Don’t see it doing too well on the charts, but like I said, she is just getting started.