Waiting For The Night
Album: The Spirit Indestructible
Nelly Furtado wants to be asked out by her crush in the brooding “Waiting For The Night.”
Searching synths open the single, setting an anticipating tone. She checks her phone again. He should be calling soon. She looks ou...
S Club 7
Jo O’Meara encourages her friends to try in the square “Reach.”
A jaunty saxophone opens the single, setting a quaint tone. She puts her arm around her best friend who is sobbing. Her best friend says she can’t believe her teacher would be so hurtful. She tells her friend to not listen to ...
Jordin Sparks and her boyfriend aren’t getting along in the straight “Battlefield.”
Anxious synths open the single, setting an uneasy tone. He tells her that he wishes she could just li...
Album: Nothing Stays The Same
Drake calls out the people who didn’t believe in him in the foaming “Worst Behavior.”
Stretched beats open the single, setting an unwieldy tone. When he visits his old neighborhood, he found he has friends who didn’t he had. Other people judge his music. Th...
Harry Styles and his girlfriend live life to the fullest in the blissful “Night Changes.”
Dreamy synths open the single, setting a lovestruck tone. Zayn Malik takes the first verse. Her mom asks him about how English test went as they wait. He said it was ok but his eyes move to ...
Album: Talk Dirty
Jason Derulo is being the dream guy for his girlfriend in the shell-shocked “Stupid Love.”
Enchanting strings open the single, setting a bewildered tone. He scoops the poop on the grass and pats Patches on the head...
Lilly Wood, The Prick & Robin Schulz
Prayer In C
Lilly Wood believes people will eventually see through her ex-boyfriend in the scant “Prayer In C.”
A hardened guitar opens the single, setting a karmic tone. They were supposed to meet for ...
Album: Young Blood EP
Bea Miller sees the future full of possibilities in the thoughtful “Young Blood.”
Echoing “whoa-ohs” open the single, setting a vast tone. She opens the letter and squeals. She received her scholarship. It was widely sought after scholarsh...
Album: Smoke & Mirrors
Jason Wade has checked out of his relationship in the jaded “Halfway Gone.”
Resolved guitars open the single, setting a finished tone. She tells him she has something to do for work. They’ll get together next weekend and she’s r...
Album: Hook Me Up
Jessica Origliasso is missing something without her crush in the good “Untouched.”
Picturesque strings open the single, setting a devoted tone. She glances over to him to see how he’s doin...
Talkin’ To Me
Album: All I Have
With one glance, Amerie knows what her boyfriend needs from her in the genial “Talkin’ To Me.”
Easygoing synths open the single, setting a comfortable tone. Her boyfriend turns his head away from her. She knows she said something wrong. Sh...
Album: Underage Thinking
Teddy Geiger feels confined by his shyness in the willful “These Walls.”
A purposeful piano opens the single, setting a hopeful tone. The sleeve of his shirt is soaked. His face and bangs are wet. He gets up from the floor and gets a tissue...
Stay Together For the Kids
Album: Take Off Your Pants and Jacket
Mark Hoppus resents his parents’ inability to work things out for the family in the self-pitying “Stay Together For The Kids.”
A wistful guitar opens the single, setting a wondering tone. The house...
Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars
Album: Uptown Special
Bruno Mars time travel to the 70s in the fabulous “Uptown Funk.”
A cool talkbox and handclaps open the single, setting a modern tone. He says the song is going to be a hit. It will make people think of Scarface, starring Michelle Pfeiffer. It’s going to make the ...
Album: Dream Your Life Away
Vance Joy has found a pretty girlfriend in the self-absorbed “Riptide.”
A serene guitar opens the single, setting a philosphical tone. As a child, the sound of the drill and his grasps onto the chair, his knuckles turning white. He would start crying and he was mom would ha...