#WildCardWednesday: Mark Ronson – ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ featuring Miley Cyrus


   

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Mark Ronson is certainly a household name already and having released several collaborative hit tracks this year, the five-time Grammy Award-winning artist and producer now returns with a brand new single of his own, ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ featuring the incredible Miley Cyrus.

The track was co-written by both Ronson and Cyrus, alongside Ilsey Juber, Thomas Brenneck, The Picard Brothers and Conor Rayne Syzmanski, and produced by Ronson, The Picard Brothers and Jamie XX.

The track serves as the first single to be taken from Mark Ronson’s forthcoming studio album, coming in 2019. It’s also his first pop single as a recording artist since the musical phenomenon that was Uptown Funk! However he’s been busy since then, co-writing the Number 1 song, ‘Shallow’ performed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, featured in Cooper’s directorial debut, A Star Is Born, as well as being a member of supergroup, Silk City (with Diplo), releasing the Top 5 UK Chart hit, ‘Electricity’ featuring Dua Lipa.

The track is already making waves around the world, with video trending highly on YouTube. The high-energy video was filmed in Kiev, Ukraine, directed by WAFLA (We Are From LA) and executive-produced by Romain Gravas (M.I.A, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Jamie XX). It features Miley Cyrus being pursued by police with a tongue-in-cheek approach to the reasons behind it. It’s clearly a big-budget affair and really well shot – definitely worth a watch!

📸 Benoit Debie

What are your thoughts of this duo’s collaboration? Does it top ‘Uptown Funk’? Do you have a #WildCardWednesday track to recommend us? Please leave your thoughts or song suggestions in a comment or hit us up via social media, using the hashtag.

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‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ can be downloaded off iTunes now – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/nothing-breaks-like-a-heart-feat-miley-cyrus-single/1444462437


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#Two4Tunesday: Beyoncé – ‘Formation’ & Rihanna – ‘Work’ featuring Drake


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Beyoncé – ‘Formation’

Beyoncé is back; and as usual she’s made an almighty entrance!

‘Formation’, which takes its roots in the Bounce genre (New Orleans hip hop), was actually spread by word-of-mouth and was not promoted by traditional methods – it was also released on the eve of her Super Bowl 50 performance.

Lyrically this song sees Beyoncé embracing her black heritage however perhaps she could’ve visually embraced it, in the ways she mentions lyrically, in the video!

The song hasn’t actually been released on Spotify and the video is unlisted on Beyoncé‘s YouTube channel, but you can download the single, for free, from her hubby, Jay-Z‘s new steaming venture, Tidal.

The video has also been gaining a lot of press recently, supposedly for holding some sort of anti-police message. That, twinned with her recent Super Bowl performance in which American Police state she dressed in Black Panther Party attire; notorious for their confrontations with the police. As such, several police unions are calling for United States police officers to boycott Ms Carter’s upcoming tour…we await further news on this!


‘Formation’ is available for free download from Tidal right now! – https://beyonce.tidal.com



Rihanna – ‘Work’ featuring Drake

Not only has one pop queen released a new song, but so has Rihanna!

‘Work’ is a dancehall/reggae-pop track, to its very core and is taken from Rihanna‘s eighth studio album, Anti.

There is something endearingly simplistic about this song – it has an air of unfinished beauty about it, as her pronunciation of certain words is imperfect (in a good way). The video also features hip hop artist Drake‘s sultry vocals.

The music video has only just been released and is actually comprised of two videos; one directed by Director X and the other by Tim Erem. If I’m completely honest though, it is rather uneventful – just some twerking and more of RiRi ramming the fact she smokes marijuana (and is apparently proud of it) down our throats and then in the second video she is wearing a see-through top where her breasts are pretty much in plain sight – I was expecting something more epic and interesting to be honest! What do you think?


‘Work’ can be downloaded on iTunes now! – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/work-feat.-drake/id1079130218?i=1079131934


What do you think of these two massive tunes? How about the controversy surrounding Beyoncé right now? Were you as let-down by the ‘Work’ video as I was? Please share this post on your social media accounts.

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