Sometimes it’s an honor just to be nominated. On the other hand, lots of great songs from films don’t even get an Oscar nod for Best Original Song.
The synth-heavy “Welcome To New York” was written by Swift and Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic.
Gwen Stefani’s new single, “Baby Don’t Lie” isn’t quite bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S, but it is a welcome surprise.
The Brit got her start back in 2012 when she appeared on UK’s The X Factor. She was an early favorite to win with famous backers like Cher, Adele and Leona Lewis tweeting her praises, but she would only end up coming in sixth. But don’t feel sorry for her, she’s got her sights on a much bigger prize: America.
Through all the confusion, U2 has officially remained committed to releasing the LP this year, despite reports that he was not satisfied with the work. Now, thinking has again shifted, with the band feeling confident about their new material and going ahead with plans to put out the No Line on the Horizon follow-up this year.
The surprise EP is the first half of her upcoming full-length.
“I’ve heard everything we’ve done and I’m as proud of it, or prouder of anything we did on the first album, and she is sounding even better than ever,” Tedder said.
Sorry, U2 fans it seems you’re going to have to wait a little longer for that long awaited album from the Irish band.
“Once I heard the production and the direction that we went with on this song, it inspired me and everyone on my team of this new sound.”
Supporting their latest release, ‘Native,’ the band will spend the summer on the road with The Script.