Did the Olympics have you revved up? Or maybe, you are an athlete yourself reaching for the championship title?
Check out the Amazon Prime Original Series “The Kicks.”
The show is based off books written by US Woemn’s Soccer Team athlete and US Olympic Gold Medalist, Alex Morgan.
Devon—played by Sixx Orange—loves soccer, her friends, her life, she has everything going for her until…she and her family move to California. Once in Cali, she has a hard time making friends and decides to go out for the soccer team. However, her new team isn’t exactly…skilled…She’s on a mission to bring everyone together and teach them a thing or two about soccer.
Others to appear on the show include Gabe Eggerling, Jessi Revel, Sophia Mitri Scholss and Isabella Acres.
The show premieres tomorrow…. Just in time to get you revved up for the fall sports season.
Cher Lloyd has released the official music video for her latest single “Activated.”
Fans are loving the video, so Cher shared, “My heart is full right now! Seeing the response to the #ActivatedVideo . I am so happy!!!!!!” on Twitter.
The track itself was released nearly a month ago, so you snag your own copy now.
It’s been about two years since we have received an album from Cher. In 2014 she release, “Sorry I’m Late,” which included “I Wish” featuring hip hop artist TI and “Sirens.” Her debut album “Stick and Stones”—which arrived in 2011—featured the smash hit “Want U Back” and the ultra-catchy “Swagger Jagger.”
Laura Marano has been nominated for a Streamy Award.
The event, which is in its sixth year, highlights some of the best of YouTube and online media. Topics range all over the board from animated shorts, virtual reality, food, fashion, gaming, music, news, pranks and more. It also highlights the writers, the special effects artists and the editors.
Laura scores her nomination in the original song category for her track “Boombox.” That’s up against Kiiara’s “Gold,” “I hate u, I love u” by gnash featuring Olivia O’Brien, “$ave Day Money” by Lil Dicky, Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Qua and “Way Down We Go” by Kaleo.
“Boombox” is currently available for download as well as Laura’s latest release “Lala.”
Also nominated for an award are Boyce Avenue, Kurt Hugo Schneider and Pentatonix. Kurt’s worked along with Max Schneider, so you may have heard the name before. Those three go head to head against each other and Alex Aiono, One Dance and Hasta el Amanecer and Lindsey Stirling in the cover category.
Bridgit Mendler teamed up with the Floridian rapper Kaiydo for her latest release “Atlantis.”
On Twitter Bridgit shared, “I wrote Atlantis frankly, about feeling numb after heartbreak because that’s what I was feeling that day we wrote it. Atlantis is a beautiful city that disappeared and was forgotten underwater. That is what it feels like to me to lose a first love. In the story, a remnant of that love is still haunting me even though it is ‘asleep with the fishes.’”
On working with Kaiydo she shared, “Kaiydo is someone I became familiar with this year though researching different new artists on one of my favorite blogs, Pigeons and Planes. He is a talented fresh voice and he responded to the track so I thought he would be the perfect for a feature. I am exicted by what he added to the song! His lyrics match the tone of this story perfectly. Kaiydo you get meeeeeeee.”
The track itself is set for release tomorrow, but you can check out the preview below for a taste of what we are getting.
We’ll admit, it’s a little different than what we are used to with Bridgit, but we are so excited to hear it in full. We’re excited to see how she has grown as an artist.
In 2012 she released “Hello My Name Is…” which included “Ready or Not” and “Hurricane.” Other tracks of hers which you may have heard include “Top of the World,” “Forgot to Laugh” and “Rocks at My Window.”