Hear Sia’s Soaring ‘One Million Bullets’

Sia will release her new album This Is Acting in January, and on Friday the Australian singer unveiled “One Million Bullets,” the latest single off her 1000 Forms of Fear follow-up. The atmospheric, expressive track starts off on a hushed tone before unfurling an infectious, soaring chorus that has become a staple of Sia’s work. “One million bullets could come my way / But I want you to know that / I’d take a million, babe / How many would you take,” Sia asks on the chorus.

Jesse Shatkin, the co-writer of Sia’s smash “Chandelier,” produced “One Million Bullets.” Sia previously said of her upcoming album, which features songs she wrote for other artists before recording them herself, “It’s much more pop. I’m calling it This Is Acting because they are songs I was writing for other people, so I didn’t go in thinking, ‘This is something I would say.’ It’s more like play-acting. It’s fun.”

While This Is Acting‘s first two singles – “Bird Set Free” and “Alive” – were penned with Adele in mind, it’s unclear who “One Million Bullets” was originally destined for. This Is Acting is due out January 29th.

VIDEO: Mac Miller’s Freestyle BTS

What’s this, Coke? or Diet Coke? Trying to smoke? Oh I’m a joke? Mac Miller went off the top of the dome during his Source cover shoot at a restaurant in New York City, and you can imagine, nothing but hilarity ensued. Nice tie, Mac. By the way, if you haven’t heard, his current album, September’s GO:OD AM, is one of the best of the year. Don’t say we didn’t tell you.

Watch Tink’s New Visual For “Medicine”

Chicago lyricist Tink hits us off today (Saturday, November 28) with her self-directed video for “Medicine,” the Jelan Abrams-produced track from her Winter’s Diary 3 mixtape.

In the video, Tink (born Trinity Home) takes time out from a photo shoot to give her no-good beau a piece of her mind before abruptly calling it quits on their relationship, giving him a long overdue taste of his own medicine.

Catch Tink performing next at the Regent Theater DTLA in Los Angeles on December 10.

These Are The New Titles Coming To Netflix For December 2015

‘Tis the season for Netflix.

As we prepare for inclement weather that comes with the winter months,  it’s a good time to know what we’ll be streaming while cooped up in the house. December brings many noteworthy additions to the Netflix line-up, such as: Ray, The Da Vinci Code, A Very Murray Christmas and Cradle 2 The Grave. If you missed the titles that arrived last month, we have Netflix’s November releases here. Otherwise, check out the full list of titles coming to the Netflix catalog for Decemeber 2015 below.
December 1
#DeathToSelfie (2014)
30 for 30: Chasing Tyson (2015)
50 Shades of THEY: Season 1
A Christmas Star (2015)
A Genius Leaves the Hood: The Unauthorized Story of Jay Z (2014)
Amnesiac (2015)
Broadchurch: Season 2
CBGB (2013)
Christmas Wedding Baby (2014)
The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury (2004)
Cradle 2 the Grave (2003)
Darkman (1990)
Detectorists: Season 1
I’m Brent Morin
Jenny’s Wedding (2015)
Las mágicas historias de Plim Plim: Season 1
Ray (2004)
Real Rob: Season 1 (2015)
See You In Valhalla (2015)
Sensitive Skin: Season 1
Starting Over: Season 1
Stir of Echoes (1999)
Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming (2007)
That Touch of Mink (1962)
Tyke: Elephant Outlaw
Winning Life’s Battles: Season 1

December 2
Stations Of The Cross (2014)
Tangerine (2015)

December 3
Matt Shepard Is A Friend Of Mine (2015)

December 4
A Very Murray Christmas (2015)
Comedy Bang! Bang! (Season 4)

December 5
A Case Of You (2013)
Dinosaur 13 (2014)
Inside Man (Season 3)

December 7
Vampire Academy (2014)

December 8
One & Two (2015)
Phoenix (2014)
Xenia (2014)

December 9
Phineas And Ferb, season 4
Trailer Park Boys: Drunk, High And Unemployed Live In Austin (2015)

December 11
The Adventures Of Puss In Boots, season 2
The Ridiculous 6 (2015)

December 14
The Da Vinci Code (2006)

December 15
Drown (2014)
Hart Of Dixie (Season 4)
High Profits (Season 1)
Time Out Of Mind (2014)

December 16
Fresh Dressed (2015)
Helix (Season 2)

December 18
F Is For Family (Season 1)
Glitter Force (Season 1)
Making A Murderer (Season 1)
Mike Epps: Don’t Take It Personal

December 19
Chloe And Theo (2015)

December 20
Leo The Lion (2013)
Magic Snowflake (2013)
Santa’s Apprentice (2010)

December 21
El Señor De Los Cielos (Season 1)

December 22
Queen Of Earth (2015)

December 23
Invisible Sister (2015)

December 24
Dawn of the Croods (Season 1)

December 25
Black Mirror, “White Christmas”

December 28
Maron (Season 3)
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (Season 5)

December 30
Parenthood (Season 6)

December 31
Battle Creek (Season 1)
Manhattan Romance (2014)
Violetta (Season 3)
Nurse Jackie (Seasons 1-7)

Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole Trade Beats for ‘Black Friday’ Surprise

Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole dropped a pair of Black Friday gifts on fans as the rappers traded beats off their respective albums to create their own new songs, both titled “Black Friday.” The swap finds Lamar hopping onto Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive cut “A Tale of 2 Citiez,” while Cole adds his verses to To Pimp a Butterfly‘s “Alright.”

In Lamar’s ferocious, nearly four-minute-long verse, the rapper touches on Adele (“I’m rolling deep in that paper like two Adeles”), dubs himself Jimi Kendrix and even throws his support behind Kanye West’s 2020 presidential run. “Play with him, you’re better off voting for Donald Trump / I’m yelling Mr. Kanye West for president / He probably let me get some head inside the residence / I’m in the White House going all out / Bumping College Dropout, God bless Americans,” Lamar says. Later, the rapper gloats, “I gotta lay it / Gotta show you fuckers I’m not to play with / The ruckus had been my favorite / King Kunta the fuckin’ greatest.”

On the other “Black Friday,” Cole boasts over the “Alright” beat, “I sold out the Garden / I should play for the Knicks / Took a couple minutes and I sold out Staples / a nigga getting cream like an old-ass Laker.” At the conclusion of J. Cole’s “Black Friday,” he appears to hint that a more substantial collaboration between the two marquee rappers could arrive in 2016. “When you and K. Dot dropping shit,” Cole says. “Bitch never, they can’t handle two black niggas this clever / But this February, bet shit get scary when I fuck around and drop…” as the verse ends abruptly.

No official explanation for the “Black Friday” drop was provided other than it was “Black Friday $ specials free of charge” from their labels: Lamar’s Top Dawg Entertainment and Cole’s Dreamville Records. However, Dreamville president Ibrahim “Ib” Hamad tweeted, “I didn’t do nothing but spark the idea but thanks for the love. End of the day I’m a fan just like you, I did because it’s fun for us fans.”

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