Discover without further delay the musical news that you should not miss this week.
Bad luck for Nicki Minaj, who was attacked for plagiarism by a rapper who claimed he was behind one of her hits. Fortunately, there is also some happier news at the start of 2021, such as Dua Lipa, who unveiled a totally crazy version of her hit “Levitating” when it came to the set of Saturday Night Live. And that’s not all, since this week again, the music news was very intense with a lot of new releases and clips that are worth seeing. So, without further ado, discover what you shouldn’t miss just below!
Zayn back with “Vibez” and a new album
After “Better”, Zayn unveiled the single “Vibez” which will appear on his next album, Nobody Is Listening scheduled for January 15, 2021. The 27-year-old singer, who became a father for the first time last September, is ready to resume service to the delight of his fans!
The Weeknd transformed in “Save Your Tears” music video
The Weeknd still had a hit with his record After Hours and do not intend to stop there. As a result, the Canadian artist released the music video for “Save Your Tears” in which he is totally metamorphosed. Forget the bandages, make way for a figure totally deformed by cosmetic surgery, enough to talk about!
Damso under the spell of Noémie Lenoir in the video of “911”
Two years that the rapper had not made a clip to illustrate one of his songs. But for “911”, who was certified gold single in France, Damso made an effort and invited model Noémie Lenoir in her video.
Eddy de Pretto releases “Bateaux-Mouches”
Eddy from Pretto signed hits with “Kid” or “Party too many”. The young man returns in 2021 thanks to his song “Bateaux Mouches” who recalls his life before success when he was still giving concerts on the Seine. Since then, the latter has become a real star!
Grammy Awards postponed
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the 2021 Grammy Awards had to adapt. Scheduled for January 31, it will finally take place on March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles. “After thoughtful conversations with health experts, our host and artists scheduled to perform, we are rescheduling the broadcast of the 63 #GRAMMYs to Sunday March 14, 2021” wrote the Recording Academy on Twitter.