Ellie Goulding has a new song for the Divergent soundtrack, and it sounds great.
Photo credit: Ellie Goulding (Facebook)
This year’s BRIT Awards cemented Ellie Goulding’s status as one of the UK’s biggest pop acts. Goulding, who performed at the show, took home British Female Solo Artist. The night also crowned Sam Smith as one to watch as he beat Chlöe Howl and Ella Eyre for the coveted Critic’s Choice Award.
After burning up the charts with her single “Burn,” Ellie Goulding is ready to release another music video from Halcyon Days.
What a year in concerts! Vancouver was lucky to welcome some of the biggest names in music this year—from Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake to Bruno Mars and Ellie Goulding.
Here were my top 5 favourites.
Welsh singer-songwriter Marina Diamandis made good on her promise last year to return to Vancouver. Her Lonely Hearts Club tour showcased her charm and irresistible alt-pop music.
In any other year, Bruno Mars would have topped my list of best concerts. The Moonshine Jungle tour had everything going for it: slick production, bright lights, and Bruno’s talent. I expect the concert’s fun old-school vibe to be prominent when Bruno Mars performs at Super Bowl in 2014.
Here are the pop singles that stood out in the crowd this unforgettable year:
23. “Same Love” – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert
Hip-hop isn’t exactly known as the most gay-friendly musical genre—which makes the success of “Same Love” even more significant this year.
One of the most anticipated movies of the year, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire also features some great original tunes for music lovers to enjoy.