Dirtybird Records' latest release was a product of romantic indecision. Iranian producer Ardalan channeled his own hesitant tendencies on "The No Yeah," a quirky track featuring a cooing female vocal over modular techno bloops and stomping sub-bass.
Despite this week's enriching guest mentorship from Clive Davis, Diana Ross, Colbie Caillat, Christina Aguilera and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy, two more singers were sent home from The Voice on Tuesday night after failing to collect enough support from voting viewers. (At least they got to gather with their loved ones in Los Angeles for a Voice Thanksgiving feast?)
But now Sparks has released the first track off her #BYEFELICIA mixtape and its pretty damning stuff presumably about her ex, Jason Derulo. On the remix of Drake's "How Bout Now," the former American Idol star throws major shade.
The 2007 release "August Rush," which starred Freddie Highmore as an orphaned second-generation music prodigy who runs away from his foster home to find his parents, has been adapted for the stage by Glen Berger and Mark Mancina.