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Astrid S Accuses French Montana Of Ripping Off Her Song

The Norwegian pop musician Astrid S has accused French Montana of ripping off her song. In a TikTok video, Astrid S pointed out similarities between her 2016 single “Jump” and French Montana’s “How You King?,” a song from his new album They Got Amnesia that came out last week. Montana is credited as the sole writer on the song, alongside production credits for Hitmaka and FnZ.
Tags: Music, News, Montana, French Montana, Astrid S, Hitmaka


Sola Boards ‘Three Wishes for Cinderella,’ Starring Pop Star Astrid S (EXCLUSIVE)

International sales agency Sola Media, which is taking part in Hong Kong’s Filmart this week, has boarded the Norwegian remake of Czech classic film “Three Wishes for Cinderella,” with pop music star Astrid Smeplass, better known as Astrid S, playing Cinderella. Smeplass’ tracks have generated more than 2.3 billion streams with hit singles such as […]
Tags: Hong Kong, News, Global, Filmart, Sola Media, Astrid S, Astrid Smeplass


Kehlani Was Good, And Now She’s Great

With one quatrain buried deep into her new album It Was Good Until It Wasn't, Kehlani Parrish offers what could be a mission statement for her career so far: "I got bodies I'ma take to the grave/ I got girls I wanna give my last name/ No regrets, don't got no shame/ Playin' no games, … More »
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Adele, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Diplo, Selena Gomez, Ellie Goulding, Drake, Kehlani, The Week In Pop, Charlie Puth, Kenny Chesney


2019 Is Loaded With Great New Music. Here Are The Artists To Watch.

What's next? As 2018 draws to a close and you shift your gaze to what's coming in 2019, we'd like to tell you about some artists to watch out for next year. They span genres, from indie pop to country to SoundCloud stars to someone you saw on The Voice. They have the backing of major industry talents, like Mark Ronson, Pharrell Williams, and Dierks Bentley. They're creating a buzz, be it in the industry or on social media.These are the voices to listen to in 2019. King PrincessKing Princess ...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Music, Sweden, America, Brooklyn, Brighton, Mark Ronson, Pharrell, Bird, Nashville, Norway, Npr, Lgbtq, Dierks Bentley, Brown


Elina ‘Wild Enough’

Elina delivers a solid power piano ballad with a distinctive sound. The Swedish singer-songwriter who has written for artists like Zara Larsson and Astrid S. says her new song Wild Enough centers around self doubt; “It’s ironic that a song about self-doubt is the reason I stopped doubting myself”. Although an experienced songwriter, nevertheless a new artist, she’s been already nominated at this year’s Denniz Pop Awards, as ‘Rookie Artist/Band of the Year’. [email protected]
Tags: Music, Buzz Artists, Elina, Zara Larsson, Astrid S, Elina Denniz Pop Awards, Elina Swedish singer-songwriter, Elina Wild Enough, Elina Zara Larsson


Tanya Rad Is, Well, Pretty Darn Rad – And A Bigelow Tea Fan!

  Music lover. Podcaster. Co-host. Tea drinker. Ladies and gents, if you don’t love her already, you most certainly will after you listen to her show(s)… it’s Tanya Rad! She’s witty, authentic and one rad lady. And, guess what? She’s also a Bigelow Tea drinker – and an awesome partner of ours. Perhaps you’d recognize her best by her voice. Why? Well, the rad Ms. Rad is all the rage when it comes to the radio (and all things music!). As the co-host on Ryan Seacrest’s morning show, “On Air Wit...
Tags: Tea, Videos, Podcast, Celebrity, Ryan Seacrest, Los Angeles, Green Tea, Bigelow, Tanya, Rad, Bigelow Tea, Tea Lovers, Teaproudly, LAUV, Astrid S, Miley Cyrus You


Meet The Next Generation Of Music Superstars

As a child, I religiously watched VH1's "Top 20 Countdown" every week to inform my musical preferences (I know, I was a cultured kid). In 2015, the final episode of the Top 20 Countdown aired, without much justification.But looking back on the last 15 years, its clear that the winds of the music world have drastically shifted, transitioning away from the days where radio DJs held the keys to the kingdom, and VH1's countdown served as music's most powerful performance indicator. Now, streaming s...
Tags: Spotify, Fashion, Music, New York, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Connecticut, Sony, Nashville, Selena Gomez, Norway, Britney Spears, Jupiter, Stevie Nicks, Seoul, Swift


Tonight in L.A.: Tom Petty, SZA, Astrid S, Rakim, Grouplove, Judith Hill, Jesse Jo Stark, New Language, Moons of Mars, the Entire Universe, Sheare, Low Volts, Jay 305, Black Sea

Los Angeles concerts for Monday: ► Once more, with feeling: Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers wind up their 40th anniversary tour at the Hollywood Bowl, with Lucinda Williams opening. ► With “Paid in Full” celebrating its 30th birthday, rapper Rakim holds forth at the Regent Thater, joined by Mic Crenshaw. ► Norwegian pop singer Astrid S headlines the El Rey Theatre, supported by Jasmine Thompson. ► Grouplove plays an intimate (and sold-out) show at the new Moroccan Lounge, with Grace Mitchell openi...
Tags: Music, Los Angeles, Mars, Preview, Black Sea, Jay, Bootleg Theater, Grouplove, Moons Of Mars, Hollywood Bowl, El Rey Theatre, Lexington, Lucinda Williams, Tom Petty, Niko, Mic Crenshaw


This Week’s Shows: Sept. 25-Oct. 1

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Music Tastes Good festival, SZA, Astrid S, Grouplove, Judith Hill, Welfair, Moons of Mars, the Entire Universe, New Language, Jesse Jo Stark, Rakim, Mondo Cozmo, Bleachers, Gov’t Mule, Antenna, Paramore, Neon Trees, Tess Parks, the Bright Light Social Hour, Polartropica, Jail Weddings, Jaws of Love, Jaye Bartell, Hooveriii, Banks, Black Kids, Perfume Genius, Bonobo, Jon Bellion, Benjamin Booker, Alison Moyet, the Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Grizzly Bear, Spindrif...
Tags: Preview, Alison Moyet, Adam Ant, Allan Rayman, Amos Lee, Andrew W.K, Antenna, Astrid S, Banks, Battles, Benjamin Booker, Big Business, Billy Changer, Black Joe Lewis, Black Kids, Bleachers


Astrid S - Bloodstream

It could have been a sad affair after the horrific incident in Manchester the night before, but the young fans of Astrid S at the front of the crowd were having none of that. Armed with pink roses,… (in post Astrid S headlines at Scala, London (photo essay) from The Revue. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Manchester, Astrid S, Astrid S Bloodstream, Scala London


Astrid S - Paper Thin

It could have been a sad affair after the horrific incident in Manchester the night before, but the young fans of Astrid S at the front of the crowd were having none of that. Armed with pink roses,… (in post Astrid S headlines at Scala, London (photo essay) from The Revue. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Manchester, Astrid S, Scala London


Tonight in L.A.: Phantogram, Jessy Lanza, No Win, Astrid S, Emel Mathlouthi, the Roosevelts, Jazz Cartier, Oddnesse, Peter Cincotti, Egrets on Ergot, Brothers of Others, Brother Ali, Rodriquez

Los Angeles concerts for Wednesday: ► Phantogram returns to L.A. for the third time in the past seven months, playing a benefit for the David Lynch Foundation at the El Rey Theatre. How to Dress Well also performs. ► Canadian songstress Jessy Lanza, whose sophomore album “Oh No” came out a year ago, visits the Teragram Ballroom. ► With their new singles just out on Danger bird Records, No Win plays a free show at the Hi Hat, joined by People Flavor and Rufrano. ► Nashville rockers the Roosevelts...
Tags: Music, Los Angeles, Nashville, Preview, Steve Smith, Ali, Bari, Emel Mathlouthi, City National Grove, El Rey Theatre, Lexington, Phantogram, Catalina Club Open Mic, Bobby Raps, Jessy Lanza, Cody Crump


This Week’s Shows: May 15-21

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: U2, Skyline Festival, KROQ Weenie Roast, the Jesus and Mary Chain, Poptone, Calvin Love, the Diamond Light, Barrows, FYOHNA, Brother Ali, Redd Kross, Omar Souleyman, Katelyn Tarver, the Night Game, You Me At Six, Woods, Handsome Ghost, Vancouver Sleep Clinic, Freddie Gibbs, Chris Brown, Phantogram, Jessy Lanza, Egrets on Ergot, No Win, the Roosevelts, Emel Mathlouthi, Oddnesse, Astrid S, Michael Kiwanuka, Thundercat, Ceremony, Sweet Spirit, So Much Light, Jacob Ban...
Tags: Preview, Alyeska, Astrid S, Barrows, Brother Ali, Bryan Adams, Calvin Love, Ceremony, Chris Brown, Chucho Valdés, Diiv, Egrets on Ergot, Emel Mathlouthi, Featured, FKJ, Freddie Gibbs