Jan 22

Pentatonix releases hopeful track, “The Lucky Ones”

Jabari JacobsPentatonix has released their brand new original song, “The Lucky Ones,” the title track off their upcoming album.

The uplifting a cappella tune tells a hopeful story of a misfit in a small town growing up to find better days.

“Look how far we've come/And it was all so unexpected/We were broke and we were young/But somehow we stayed connected,” the group sings.

“So we hold on to our better days/'Cause easy come, easy go away/Still can't believe we were the lucky ones/Look how far we've come.”

Pentatonix’s new original album, The Lucky Ones, will be released on February 12 and is available for pre-order now. It’s their first full-length original album since 2015’s self-titled release.

By Andrea Tuccillo
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   Jan 22

“Drivers License” drama: Sabrina Carpenter fuels rumors with new song “Skin”

Island RecordsThe “Drivers License” drama continues.

There’s been heavy speculation that Olivia Rodrigo’s number-one song is about a love triangle between Olivia, her High School Musical: The Musical: The Series co-star Joshua Bassett, and Sabrina Carpenter. Fans believe the “blonde girl” Olivia references in the song is Sabrina.

"And you're probably with that blonde girl/ Who always made me doubt/ She's so much older than me/ She's everything I'm insecure about,” Olivia, 17, sings on the track.

Now, Sabrina has released a song of her own called “Skin,” seemingly addressing those rumors and "telling her side."

"Maybe you didn't mean it/Maybe blonde was the only rhyme," the 21-year-old sings.

She goes on to sing, "You can try to get under my, under my, under my skin while he's on mine/I wish you knew that even you can't get under my skin if I don't let you in."

And if that wasn't enough, Sabrina adds another possible reference in the bridge, where she sings, "Don't drive yourself insane/It won't always be this way."

For her part, Olivia previously told Billboard she thinks who she wrote "Drivers License" about is the "least important part of the song."

By Andrea Tuccillo
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   Jan 22

Camila Cabello’s ‘Cinderella’ bumps its release date

Isabel Infantes/PA Images via Getty ImagesIt’ll be awhile before we see Camila Cabello in all her princess glory.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, her Cinderella movie has delayed its release date. Variety reports that instead of its planned February 5 release, it’s been bumped to July 16.

The move was expected, given that the studio hasn’t yet released any promo or marketing materials for the film. Plus, shooting on the film had been delayed last year due to the coronavirus shutdown and only wrapped filming in October.

Cinderella, marking Camila’s movie debut, was produced by James Corden and co-stars Corden, Billy Porter, Idina Menzel, Pierce Brosnan, Minnie Driver and Missy Elliott.

By Andrea Tuccillo
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