“Heart Wants What It Wants” is a song by American singer and songwriter Bebe Rexha from her upcoming third studio album. The song was released as the lead single from the album for digital download and streaming in various countries by Warner on February 17, 2023.
Written and produced by Swift and Jack Antonoff, “Anti-Hero” is a pop rock and synth-pop song driven by looped drums and retro synthesizers. The lyrics discuss self-loathing, depression and anxiety, inspired by Swift’s nightmares and issues with depersonalization and self-hatred, critiquing the societal pressures and her shortcomings.
Wanda Wesolowski, front-woman of eponymously named Wanda band, is the queer girl-next-door you wish you had, and the latest musical artist to have Huntsville’s ears perking up.
At just 25 years old, the 256 native has recently dominated the Huntsville music scene with the release of her debut album, One-Hit Wanda, a self-explanatory double entendre. She and her band – comprised of guitarist Jasen Tehan, keyboardist Bransen Edwards, drummer Nick Recio, and bassist Andrew Sharpe – got together in 2019, though Wanda has been gigging around Huntsville solo for the last ten years.
She got her start playing wherever she could – Bridge Street Town Centre, Diaper Drives, Panoply – and was well-received by her hometown.
So what made her form the Wanda band instead of just continuing on as Wanda?
To make Black History Month a bit more nourishing for everyone stuck at home, Fast Company has scoured the streaming services for a bounty of entertaining and often enlightening films and TV shows that showcase either Black stories or the talents of Black creators.
Have a look below at 91 movies and TV series to stream during this poignant Black History Month.
Watchmen, on HBO Max, is a cultural powerhouse that audaciously grounds the classic graphic novel in a new, racially relevant context. It also provided a prescient history lesson on the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre nine months before a planned Trump rally brought it to the forefront of the national conversation.
Judas and the Black Messiah on HBO Max, due on February 12, tells the incredible true story of Fred Hampton (played by Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya), a Black Panther leader murdered by police, and the informant (played by Lakeith Stanfield) who helped them do it.
Pose, on Netflix, is the acclaimed series about ballroom culture in the 1980s, with a cast that actually reflects the Black trans originators who created it, while Legendary, on HBO Max, is a reality competition series that reveals how the culture flourishes to this day.
Black Earth Rising on Netflix is a U.K.-set series about the prosecution of an African militia leader in the International Criminal Court. It’s another acting showcase for Michaela Coel, which originally arrived in between the two series she created herself.
Gwen Stefani‘s annulment from ex-husband Gavin Rossdale was “finally granted” by the Catholic church, a source exclusively tells Us Weekly.
“Gwen was told the decision was made by the Vatican tribunal,” the insider says five years after the pair called it quits in August 2015. “She will be receiving the notification in writing in the next few weeks, but it’s official.”
Former One Direction member, Zayn Malik has released a new song!
The 27-year-old singer just dropped his new song titled “Vibez.”
“Don’t keep me waiting / I’ve been waiting all night to get closer / And you already know I got it for you,” Zayn sings in the chorus. “You know the vibes, know the vibes, put it on ya / If it movin’ too fast, we go slower / Baby, lose it from me, mediocre / You got the vibes, got the vibes.”
Along with dropping the new song, Zayn announced that his upcoming third solo album, titled Nobody is Listening, will be released next Friday, January 15.
“Vibez” is now the second song Zayn has released since welcoming his baby girl with Gigi Hadid. He dropped his song “Better” just days after the 25-year-old model gave birth in September.
“many of you may already know that i have done my own makeup for concerts, red carpets, magazine covers, and music videos alike for a long time,” she writes. “it is one of my greatest loves, but i have always stood firm in the belief that makeup is about feeling cool — not looking perfect.”
“i have worked tirelessly on this for years with an incredible team and i hope you feel my DNA all over it,” Halsey adds. “PLUS it’s vegan and cruelty free 🙂 …HAVE FUN!”
The line includes three distinct series: Light Lock, Matte and Shadowstick. The high-shine Light Lock products include a liquid highlighter, powder and lip gloss. The Matte series includes lip color, eye paint and a lip pencil, while Shadowsticks are cream eyeshadow crayons that come in pearly pastels and matte velvets.
The products range from $17 to $32. They’ll officially become available on Aboutface.com on January 25.