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Shania Twain Celebrates 25 Years

International icon Shania Twain, the best-selling female country artist of all-time in the US, announced the 25th anniversary of her GRAMMY-winning breakthrough album with The Woman in Me: Diamond Edition, on Good Morning America August 14 during their “Summer Concert Series.” Watch the performances below.

Available October 2, via Mercury Nashville/UMG Recordings, Inc., the Diamond Edition contains a newly remastered version of the genre-busting, multi-platinum album. The Diamond Edition also includes previously unreleased tracks, live recordings, and mixes that trace the evolution of an album that changed the way country music sounded. The Woman in Me: Diamond Edition will be available in two- and three-CD configurations, with the remastered album available in LP and Limited-Edition color variant LP versions, as well.

Listen or pre-order The Woman in Me: Diamond Edition now HERE. Pre-order The Woman in Me: Diamond Edition now and receive the “Any Man Of Mine” digital EP, which includes the remastered album track, the Live From Las Vegas version, and the Shania Vocal Mix.

The three-CD box set contains 16 previously unreleased tracks, including five live performances recorded in December 2019 during Twain’s residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas, and an entire “Shania Vocal Mix” containing early takes of 11 songs from nearly a year before the album’s release. In addition to the five Las Vegas performances, the “Live & Remixed” disc, available on both the two- and three-CD editions, features two tracks recorded in September 1998 at Dallas’ Reunion Arena for the Shania: Live DVD that also was carried on DirecTV; and nine remixes that show how Twain and producer, Robert John “Mutt” Lange, continued to adapt her sound as she began to cross into pop and international markets – and even into dance clubs.

Eight of the 12 songs from The Woman in Meappeared on Billboard’s country singles chart, with four – “Any Man of Mine,” “(If You’re Not in It for Love) I’m Outta Here!,” “You Win My Love” and “No One Needs to Know” – reaching No. 1. “Any Man of Mine” also gave Twain her first Top 40 crossover hit. The Woman in Me spent 29 weeks atop the country albums chart and was 1995’s best-selling country album. It won a GRAMMY for Best Country Album in 1996 and later was ranked No. 8 on CMT’s list of 40 Greatest Country Albums.

The Woman in Me: Diamond Edition is accompanied by a 48-page booklet containing liner notes from Twain, a 3,000-word essay written by renowned pop-culture journalist Eve Barlow, and photographs from John Derek, Albert Sanchez, Mark Tucker, Bo Derek, and Alexander E. Harbaugh.

The Woman in Me, Twain’s second album, debuted at No. 65 on the Billboard country chart in February 1995, entering the Billboard 200 three weeks later at 197. The album continued to climb steadily, finally hitting No. 1 on the country chart in July, the same week “Any Man of Mine” became Twain’s first chart-topping country single. By that point, the album was already gold; by the end of 1995, it had sold 4 million copies, making it the year’s top-selling country album. In 1996, it passed Patsy Cline’s Greatest Hits to become the best-selling album by a female country artist (a title Twain’s 1997 follow-up, Come on Over, would claim in 1999). The Woman in Me reached Diamond status for shipments of 10 million copies in 1997, then 12 million in 2000. It has sold an estimated 20 million copies worldwide.

Twain has sold 48 million albums in the US, making her the sixth best-selling female artist in the country, and 100 million albums worldwide. She is the only female artist to have three consecutive albums certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association for shipments of 10 million units.

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SHANIA TWAIN – THE WOMAN IN ME – DIAMOND EDITION TRACK LISTS

LP / LIMITED-EDITION LP

THE WOMAN IN ME – REMASTERED ALBUM

1.     Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is (Anymore) (Side A)

2.     Any Man Of Mine (Side A)

3.     Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under? (Side A)

4.     (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! (Side A)

5.     The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You) (Side A)

6.     Is There Life After Love? (Side A)

7.     If It Don’t Take Two (Side B)

8.     You Win My Love (Side B)

9.     Raining On Our Love (Side B)

10.  Leaving Is The Only Way Out (Side B)

11.  No One Needs To Know (Side B)

12.  God Bless The Child (Side B)

2CD

THE WOMAN IN ME – REMASTERED ALBUM

1.     Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is (Anymore)

2.     Any Man Of Mine

3.     Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?

4.     (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here!

5.     The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You)

6.     Is There Life After Love?

7.     If It Don’t Take Two

8.     You Win My Love

9.     Raining On Our Love

10.  Leaving Is The Only Way Out

11.  No One Needs To Know

12.  God Bless The Child


LIVE & REMIXED

1.     You Win My Love [Live From Las Vegas]

2.     No One Needs To Know [Live From Las Vegas]

3.     Any Man of Mine [Live From Las Vegas]

4.     Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under [Live From Las Vegas]

5.     (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! [Live From Las Vegas]

6.     Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under [Dance Mix]

7.     Any Man Of Mine [Alternate Mix – Without Steel Guitar]

8.     The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You) [International Acoustic Version – Without Steel Guitar]

9.     (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! [Dance Mix]

10.  (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! [Mutt Lange Mix]

11.  You Win My Love [Mutt Lange Mix]

12.  God Bless The Child [Single Mix – Country Version]

13.  God Bless The Child [Single Mix – Without Banjo]

14.  (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! [Live/DirecTV Mix]

15.  Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is/The Woman In Me/You’ve Got A Way [Medley – Live/DirecTVMix]

3CD

THE WOMAN IN ME – REMASTERED ALBUM

1.     Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is (Anymore)

2.     Any Man Of Mine

3.     Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?

4.     (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here!

5.     The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You)

6.     Is There Life After Love?

7.     If It Don’t Take Two

8.     You Win My Love

9.     Raining On Our Love

10.  Leaving Is The Only Way Out

11.  No One Needs To Know

12.  God Bless The Child


LIVE & REMIXED

1.     You Win My Love [Live From Las Vegas]

2.     No One Needs To Know [Live From Las Vegas]

3.     Any Man of Mine [Live From Las Vegas]

4.     Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under [Live From Las Vegas]

5.     (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! [Live From Las Vegas]

6.     Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under [Dance Mix]

7.     Any Man Of Mine [Alternate Mix – Without Steel Guitar]

8.     The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You) [International Acoustic Version – Without Steel Guitar]

9.     (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! [Dance Mix]

10.  (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! [Mutt Lange Mix]

11.  You Win My Love [Mutt Lange Mix]

12.  God Bless The Child [Single Mix – Country Version]

13.  God Bless The Child [Single Mix – Without Banjo]

14.  (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here! [Live/DirecTV Mix]

15.  Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is/The Woman In Me/You’ve Got A Way [Medley – Live/DirecTVMix]


THE WOMAN IN ME – SHANIA VOCAL MIX

1.     Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is (Anymore)

2.     The Woman In Me (Needs The Man In You)

3.     No One Needs To Know

4.     Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?

5.     Is There Life After Love?

6.     If It Don’t Take Two

7.     You Win My Love

8.     Any Man Of Mine

9.     Raining On Our Love

10.  (If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here!

11. Leaving Is The Only Way Out

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Stefflon Don Releases New Record

“Move is inspired by the old me, the Steff that the world was first introduced to,” says Stefflon Don. “I felt like it was needed to come back with something hype, feisty and rooted.”

Stefflon Don rose to widespread fame as her debut single Hurtin Me (featuring French Montana) earned a colossal 2.3 billion streams and 444 million views. To date, Stefflon Don can boast 5.78 Billion streams. Her list of collaborators includes Future, Lil Kim, Skepta, Mariah Carey, Sean Paul, Skepta and Charli XCX.

With musical influences pulled from the Caribbean and Africa, the Jamaican-born artists ascent has been stroboscopic since being recognized by BBC’s Sound of 2017. Since then, the multi-lingual, multi-cultural Stefflon Don was the first British female rapper ever to be featured in Rap Caviar and the XXL Freshman cover, won Best Female at the MOBO Awards and also Best New Artist at the NME Awards (where she appeared on the final cover of the print edition).

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Orava inside of 360 MAGAZINE

ORAVA – NOW I KNOW

With his new music video for Now I Know just released, Orava – the French-born, London-based multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and producer – is gearing up to release his debut album ‘Behind The Wave’ on September 25th. This rising artist should be on everyone’s radar this year. A graduate of the Musician Institute of London, Orava draws inspiration from French touch, classic electronic, DnB, and traditional rock, blending analog with digital, homemade recordings with elaborate production, and vintage instruments with synthetic textures.

Born Axel Gerard and crafting his music between England and his native France since 2018, Orava is named after a stream in north-western Slovakia that roughly translates as “roaring river.” Inspired by artists like Daft Punk, Phoenix, and Depeche Mode, Orava’s compositions tackle the common hopes, doubts and fears of his generation, drawing mostly from his own experiences.

We spoke with Orava about the inspiration behind his new album, his recent music video for “Now I Know,” and his plans for the coming year.

1. What is the creative inspiration for the new album?

I get inspired by my daily life and my own experiences. This album is about the fears, doubts and hopes of my generation. Musically speaking, I would say that blending genres is the main inspiration of my music.

2. Tell us a little bit about your background and upbringing. When did you start writing music?

I got into music very early as a child. I started taking guitar lessons at age 7 and taught myself the piano after a few years. I remember recording my first demos around the age of 10, using a loop pedal and improvising melodies over chord-progressions. My songwriting pretty much came out of my guitar-playing. When I was 18, I moved to the UK and studied at the Musician Institute of London to become a session-guitarist. I wanted to do more and slowly started to produce my own music. This is how the Orava project and my debut album “Behind the Wave” came about.

3. What drew you to combine genres like house and traditional rock?

I started playing the guitar at age 7 and grew up listening to a lot of rock, punk and metal music. I got into electronic music a bit later, around the age of 20. I just tried to make the type of music I wanted to hear more often.

4. Is there anyone you credit with influencing your style?

Depeche Mode, Daft Punk, Phoenix, Electric Light Orchestra… There are many more but these bands definitely had a lot of influence on the making of my album “Behind the Wave”.

5. Can you tell us a little bit about the message behind Now I Know?

I wrote “Now I Know” to express the difficulty we have as individuals to change our vision on life. Many of us tend to focus on trouble and forget that everything is a matter of perspective. I have struggled with this for a while and writing this song was therapeutic in the sense that it helped me move forward as a person.

6. Why did you decide to shoot the music video at Vercors Regional Natural Park?

The video emphasizes the song’s subject with a mysterious storyline featuring a character running away from his problems. I was looking for big and empty landscapes and the Vercors Park just seemed to be the perfect spot.

7. How did you use the video to show your own creative process?

The first scene of the video is very close from my real creative process. Recording in my home studio by myself is a big part of my life. The scenario is an interpretation of different elements of my music such as introspection, loneliness and the fear of failure.

8. Your album art was shot by French photographer Richard Bellia, known for his work with Kurt Cobain, The Cure, Joe Strummer, and Serge Gainsbourg. What was it like working with Richard?

Richard Bellia shot some of the most iconic artists and musicians of our era and I was a big fan of his work way before meeting him. The photoshoot took place in Metz. (North-East of France) where we’re both from. Bellia’s into analog photography which happens to be one of my main passions besides music. He quickly understood the type of aesthetics I was going for and the session felt very spontaneous. I remember him saying “I think we’ve got it” after one specific shot, which ended up being the cover for my single “Now I Know”.

9. How does your French heritage influence your style?

I look up to a lot of French bands and artists such as Phoenix, Daft Punk or M83. This scene is living proof that music has no frontiers and allowed me to feel legitimate singing in English. I have a strong attachment to my cultural heritage but also feel very English in my way of approaching music. Living in London was an opportunity to discover a broad range of cultures and meet musicians from all over the world. It certainly pushed me to be very eclectic in my creative choices, I tend to mix a lot of genres in my songs, from French touch to traditional rock and electronic music.

10. How do you use vocals to enhance your instruments?

I don’t. I’d say I do the opposite. The instruments enhance my voice. I always compose the music and write the melodies before recording any vocals.

11. Do you use your platform and voice in any way in the community?

My main task as an artist is to convey emotions through my music and lyrics. I guess it’s a positive thing in the sense that my music is full of hope.

12. Where do you hope your career takes you in the future?

On tour! I have spent a lot of time making music in studios this past two years and I can’t wait to hit the stage. My only aim is to have people to relate with the overall message I’m trying to express in my songs.

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BUNT. – Unbreakable

Today, German duo BUNT. release their brand-new single entitled “Unbreakable” Featuring Grammy nominated songwriter, Clarence Coffee Jr. (Halsey, Maroon 5, Dua Lipa). The exuberant new track, which has been 5 years in the making, is Clarence Coffee Jr.’s first vocal feature and it is also the first release off of BUNT.’s upcoming EP due out later this year. “Unbreakable” Feat. Clarence Coffee Jr. is available now at all digital retail providers via Interscope Records.

Click HERE to listen.

BUNT. says about the track, “Unbreakable is a song we’ve been working on tirelessly for over 5 years now. This song is a foundational song for us. Coffee’s performance captures the brilliance we love about the Folk/Americana world. There’s so much character in his voice. The lyrics are so powerful. It even reminds us a little bit of a poem, the wording and in the way it is written. It’s about staying strong, no matter what situation you’re in—being unbreakable. After more than 50 different versions (and this is not just a random number), we feel like we have it.”

Clarence Coffee Jr. states, “Our fragility as human beings makes us vulnerable, yet our vulnerability can be our strength. Our brittle bones and body can be worn down and broken, but our spirit, our spirit is Unbreakable. That’s what this song means to me. The immortality of the human spirit.”

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Logic – Aquarius III Video

“Logic’s contribution to hip-hop is deep-rooted in inclusivity and compassion, and ‘No Pressure’ continues the trend even as he bids farewell to the art form that raised him and gave him a platform to speak his truth.”

“The 15 tracks that comprise No Pressure is a reminder of the Maryland-native’s pure skill and dedication to the craft. His passion and talent are evident in all the sonic aspects of the album, from his double-timed flows to his melodic offerings and engaging lyricism.”

“…Logic at his finest, raging with righteous indignation and heightened melodic skills.”

“Logic’s No Pressure does what all retirement albums should aspire to accomplish: conclude a rapper’s career on a high note. The music is on par, lyrically, with the best material Logic has released throughout the past six years, and the Maryland rapper is keenly aware this is it.”

ABOUT LOGIC:

Multi-platinum, Grammy Nominated artist Logic (aka Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, aka Bobby Hall) – among the top streaming artists in the world with billions of streams to date – burst onto the music scene through a series of mixtapes that led to a significant, rabid underground fanbase. Those tapes – Young, Broke, and Infamous (2010); Young Sinatra (2011); Young Sinatra: Undeniable (2012); and Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever (2013) – garnered millions of downloads and streams. They jumpstarted a worldwide tour that led up to his record deal with Def Jam Recordings in 2014, and the release of his debut album Under Pressure that year. Logic kept up the pace with his second album, The Incredible True Story (2015, with the RIAA gold “Fade Away”), followed by Everybody (2017), containing the landmark 5x-platinum “1-800-273-8255” (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline) featuring Alessia Cara and Khalid. Overlapping Logic’s albums were new mixtapes Bobby Tarantino (2016, with the RIAA gold single “Flexicution”), and Bobby Tarantino II (2018, with the RIAA platinum “44 More” and “Everyday”). YSIV (September 2018), the fourth chapter of his Young Sinatra saga, contained “One Day” which Logic performed with Ryan Tedder and over 200 immigrant children, their siblings and parents at the MTV VMAs. 2019 kicked off with the publication in March of Supermarket (Simon & Schuster), the debut novel written by Bobby Hall, which entered the New York Times Paperback Fiction bestseller list at #1 – first-ever for a hip-hop artist. It was accompanied by the Supermarket “soundtrack” album, which debuted inside the Top 10 on the Billboard Alternative Album chart, an ‘Alt’ chart first for Logic. The prolific artist dropped his fifth studio album in May 2019, Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind. It was preceded by the title tune single and video, “Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind,” and RIAA platinum “Homicide” featuring Eminem.

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Cee Kay – Cent

Emerging rapper Cee Kay releases his new single and video “Cent.” On Cee’s track, a trap beat underscores his smooth cadences leading to a rich melodic hook. This perfectly accompanies “Cent”‘s visual where he spits outside of a broken down old Arkansas haunt alongside his friends.

Cee Kay has recently attracted critical acclaim with DuJour naming Cee’s “Mona Lisa” among “our top five favorite new song releases” and wrote, “His passion and soul is clear throughout his music.” Earlier this year, Cee Kay accelerated his ascent to hip-hop’s heavyweight class with one buzzing banger after another, with his most recent intoxicating song “Drugs.” Earning critical nods, Imprint predicted he’s “geared to become a force in rap, maintaining a credo of remaining true to himself and the code of the streets.” Meanwhile, Hip-Hop Vibe crowned him, “Next To Blow Out Of The South.” The rapper put himself on the map with 2019’s Blood On My Hands. Led by “Pressure” feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again, it has racked up nearly 10 million total streams and received praise from XXL, HipHopDX and more.

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Moneybagg Yo Protect Da Brand

At the top of the year Memphis-bred rapper, Moneybagg Yo shared his highly anticipated album Time Served. The star-studded album features collaborations with artists such as Future, Da Baby, Lil Baby, Megan thee Stallion, Summer Walker, Fredo Bang and more. It went on to debut at #3 on the Billboard 200 Chart and garnered critical acclaim from Forbes, Hypebeast, Billboard and more.

Several tracks also amassed global recognition on Tik Tok as well as become certified gold by the RIAA and chart on Urban Radio. Time Served has gone to amass over a billion streams globally.

Today, Moneybagg Yo shares his visual album alongside a brand-new video for “Protect Da Brand ft. DaBaby.” On the track, which charted on the Billboard Hot 100, the southern superstars rap about defending what’s theirs, watch the video shot in Miami, FL match that same energy HERE.

TIME SERVED DELUXE VISUAL TRACK LIST:

23. U Played

24. Issa No (375 Flow)

25. 1, 2, 3

26. Me Vs Me

27. All Dat

28. Pistol By Da Bed

29. Boffum

30. Protect Da Brand

31. Cold Shoulder

32. Speak 4 Em

33. Match My Fly

34. Spin On Em

Powfu New Track and Visual 17again

Rising lo-fi artist Powfu has shared a new song, “17again,” today. Accompanying the release of the acoustic-driven song is a new DIY-style visual that was created and edited by Powfu’s frequent collaborator and cousin Meliodic in his hometown near Vancouver.

Powfu’s monster hit “death bed (coffee for your head)” featuring beabadoobee continues to be a force on the charts hitting new milestones. The song is now certified Platinum by the RIAA, has been streamed over 1 Billion times and broke into the Top 25 on the Billboard Hot 100. The lo-fi hip-hop single has also reached Top 10 on Spotify in over 20 countries, has spent 16 weeks in Shazam’s Global Top 10, and 20+ weeks on Spotify’s Today’s Top Hits & Apple’s Today’s Hits.

Powfu recently appeared on Genius’ Open Mic At Home and performed the infectious track from his bedroom, where he originally created and produced the single. “death bed” appears on Powfu’s EP, poems of the past, which is available now via Columbia Records.

For years, Powfu has been studying and contributing to the lo-fi movement happening around the world, recording and releasing music from his bedroom and building up a legion of nearly 1 million followers across his pages in the process. Now, he’s firmly established himself as an important player in bringing the genre into the mainstream.

Devon Gilfillian The Good Life

Devon Gilfillian released the lyric video for his new top 15 AAA radio hit, “The Good Life.” The collage-style clip incorporates images that Gilfillian captured in Nashville during the BLM protests earlier this summer and opens with a powerful message that contextualizes it within the message of the song: “The fight for love, and the battle
against social injustice starts with understanding the struggles of people who don’t look like you. We will only find peace when we replace fear with love for all humans.”

“I wanted to write a song about how beautiful it is that someone has a different belief system, different skin color,
or comes from a different country,” says Devon Gilfillian. “This country is made up of people who came from many different countries. That’s what makes this country so beautiful. Only when we embrace each other’s differences with love, while ACTUALLY acknowledging each other’s past, will we find understanding and change.” “The Good Life,” a rallying cry for inclusion, is from Gilfillian’s debut album, Black Hole Rainbow, which was released by Capitol Records earlier this year. Streams of “The Good Life” skyrocketed after Gilfillian performed the song on “CBS This Morning Saturday.” He also performed the song during his recent KCRW In Residence and World Cafe sessions. Gilfillian performed the national anthem at NASCAR 2020 on the day they banned the Confederate flag. Gilfillian recently launched The Good Life Fund,
which will support organizations that are doing good in the world, including Give A Note Foundation and Rebuilding Together Nashville. To learn more or make a donation, visit https://joingenerous.com/good-life-fund-r5oh5.

American Songwriter hailed “The Good Life” as “[a] soul-soothing ode to finding peace and beauty in life.” The Tennessean hailed Black Hole Rainbow as “one of the best albums released this year, period.” The album also won a spot on Iowa Public Radio’s list of “The Best New Albums (So Far) Of 2020.” The New York Times said, “Devon Gilfillian, a soul songwriter based in Nashville, made his formidable debut album, ‘Black Hole Rainbow,’ with Shawn Everett…warping vintage sounds toward something deep and strange.” Gilfillian released his debut EP in 2016. The single
“Troublemaker” was heard during 2018 NFL Draft programming and advertising. He has played numerous festivals, including Newport Folk and Montreal Jazz. In addition to opening for Grace Potter, he has supported such artists as Mavis Staples, Local Natives, Lauren Daigle, KALEO, Michael McDonald, Chaka Kahn, Keith Urban, Gladys Knight, Brothers Osborne and Michael Franti & Spearhead.

Tiwa Savage Drops Dangerous Love Video

Leading Afrobeats star TIWA SAVAGE shares a stunning companion video to “Dangerous Love” – the first single from her anticipated fourth studio album “CELIA”. Shot in Lagos, Nigeria during the global lockdown, the visuals are produced by JM Films and sees Tiwa make her directorial debut collaborating and co-directing alongside Ibra Ake (Childish Gambino, Beyonce). Taking inspiration from the song, the video sees Tiwa seeking advice from one of her girlfriends (played by supermodel Adesuwa Aighewi), whilst preparing for a visit from her boyfriend.

“Dangerous Love is such a vibe! It’s a song that is basically about a girl who is dipping in and out of a ‘situationship’ with a guy that really doesn’t deserve her time or attention. She knows that he is bad for her but she gambling with her heart anyway.” Says Tiwa Savage. “I feel like every girl and maybe guys too can relate to this one.”