New Pop Releases 2023 and best Dance: August/September | V2beat TV
Written by IvanS on 07/09/2023
New Pop Releases 2023 and Dance music on August/September on V2Beat Radio TV
Welcome music enthusiasts, and welcome to a new edition of our reviews on the latest releases in the world of Pop Dance music 2023. Our host Jay Gram is ready to give a rating from 1 to 10 on the quality of the new Pop releases on music videos for the hottest songs of August and September 2023. Both the singing and video production will be under scrutiny. Let’s get started!
1. Calum Scott – At Your Worst
°Calum Scott serenades us with “At Your Worst.” Known for his emotive vocals, Calum’s journey from Britain’s Got Talent to international stardom has been remarkable. The music video, set in a picturesque location, adds a touch of romance. Jay Gram gives a solid 7 for Calum’s singing and a 6 for the video’s production.
2. Nicki Minaj, Ice Spice, Aqua – Barbie World
°Nicki Minaj, Ice Spice, and Aqua transport us to a surreal “Barbie World.” Nicki Minaj, a hip-hop icon, joins forces with Ice Spice and Aqua to create a psychedelic and visually extravagant music video. Jay Gram is impressed and awards a 9 for both the singing and the video’s production.
3. Issey Cross – Bittersweet Goodbye
°Issey Cross invites us to dance with “Bittersweet Goodbye.” The rising star Issey Cross brings energy to the dance floor. The video, although elegant, maintains a minimalist approach. Jay Gram gives an 8 for Issey’s singing and a 7 for the video’s production.
4. Blanka – Boys Like Toys
°Blanka takes us on a playful journey with “Boys Like Toys.” Blanka’s music video is a colorful and enjoyable ride through a world of toys. Jay Gram rates both the singing and the production with a respectable 7.
5. Alesso, John Newman – Call Your Name
°Alesso and John Newman electrify us with “Call Your Name.” Alesso, the Swedish DJ and producer, teams up with the talented John Newman for this track. The video exudes electric energy but falls short in terms of originality. Jay Gram awards an 8 for the singing and a 6 for the video’s production.
6. Leigh Anne – Don’t Say Love
°Leigh Anne tugs at our heartstrings with “Don’t Say Love.” As a former member of the globally acclaimed girl group Little Mix, Leigh Anne’s solo career is making waves. The music video complements the song’s emotional depth, earning high marks from Jay Gram, who rates both the singing and the production with a 9.
7. Rita Ora – Don’t Think Twice
°Rita Ora captivates us with “Don’t Think Twice.” Rita’s versatility and charisma have made her a household name in the music industry. The video is sophisticated and impeccably choreographed. Jay Gram gives an 8 for the singing and an 8 for the video’s production.
8. Kylyt, IMY2 – Dreams
°Kylyt and IMY2 take us on a journey into a dreamlike world with “Dreams.” The track immerses listeners in a surreal experience. The video, akin to a psychedelic trip, invites contemplation. Jay Gram rates both the singing and the production with an impressive 9.
9. A7S – Dumb
°A7S charms us with “Dumb.” Known for his electronic and dance-pop contributions, A7S delivers another catchy track. The video is vibrant and keeps up with the song’s energetic vibe. Jay Gram rates both the singing and the production with a solid 8.
10. Icona Pop – Fall In Love
°Icona Pop invites us to “Fall In Love.” The Swedish duo continues to create infectious tunes. The video is a burst of color and joy, matching the song’s title. Jay Gram applauds both the singing and the production with an 8.
11. Kelly Clarkson – Favorite Kind Of High (David Guetta Remix)
°Kelly Clarkson collaborates with David Guetta for the remix of “Favorite Kind Of High.” Kelly’s powerhouse vocals combined with Guetta’s signature electronic beats make for a captivating track. The video complements the remix’s energy with a club-inspired setting. Jay Gram rates both the singing and the production with an impressive 9.
12. Take That, Calum Scott – Greatest Day (Robin Schulz Rework)
°Take That teams up with Calum Scott for “Greatest Day (Robin Schulz Rework).” This collaboration breathes new life into a classic hit. The video maintains a classic and elegant feel. Jay Gram appreciates both the singing and the production, awarding an 8.
13. Loud Luxury, Two Friends, Bebe Rexha – If Only I
°Loud Luxury, Two Friends, and Bebe Rexha serve up “If Only I.” This collaboration blends vocal prowess with electronic beats. The video paints a picture of youthful nostalgia. Jay Gram rates both the singing and the production with an 8.
14. Travis Scott, Bad Bunny, The Weeknd – K Pop
°Travis Scott, Bad Bunny, and The Weeknd come together for “K Pop.” This star-studded collaboration fuses hip-hop and pop elements. The video is a visual spectacle, showcasing the artists’ larger-than-life personas. Jay Gram is impressed and rates both the singing and the production with a 9.
15. Zayn – Love Like This
°Zayn serenades us with “Love Like This.” As a former member of One Direction, Zayn continues to shine as a solo artist. The video is a journey through love and self-discovery. Jay Gram awards a commendable 8 for the singing and a 7 for the video’s production.
16. Syn Cole – Lovely Day
°Syn Cole elevates our spirits with “Lovely Day.” Known for his uplifting electronic music, Syn Cole’s track lives up to its title. The video is a heartwarming adventure. Jay Gram rates both the singing and the production with a cheerful 9.
17. Playmen x Hadley – Luv You
°Playmen and Hadley express their love with “Luv You.” This duo’s synergy shines through in the music. The video captures the essence of love in various forms. Jay Gram is appreciative and rates both the singing and the production with an 8.
18. David Guetta, Morten, Raye – Make It To Heaven
°David Guetta, Morten, and Raye aim to “Make It To Heaven.” The collaboration between Guetta and Morten continues to yield electrifying results. The video is a dance-driven spectacle. Jay Gram rates both the singing and the production with an impressive 9.
19. Coi Leray – Make My Day (with David Guetta)
°Coi Leray, alongside David Guetta, makes our day with “Make My Day.” Coi Leray’s unique style blends seamlessly with Guetta’s production. The video showcases the artists’ charismatic performances. Jay Gram rates both the singing and the production with a solid 8.
20. Sam Smith – Man I Am
°Sam Smith introspects with “Man I Am.” Sam’s soulful voice continues to touch hearts. The video is a poignant exploration of identity. Jay Gram is moved and rates both the singing and the production with a heartfelt 9
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