Grammy award-winning singer Sam Smith releases the new single “How Do You Sleep?” accompanied by a music video. The singer first grabbed fans attention with his smooth soulful voice on single “Latch” with artist Disclosure. Since then, Smith has made groundbreaking musical records in the U.S. and in Europe. The “How Do You Sleep?” single follows Smith’s collaboration earlier this [More]
Sam Smith and Normani deliver their brand new single, "Dancing With a Stranger." On the highly-anticipated '80s-inspired R&B duet, the duo show off their enigmatic voices and uncanny chemistry as they sing about a failed relationship. The collaboration between the two artists came about through a chance encounter at a Los Angeles studio where Smith was writing with Stargate and Jimmy [More]
The chill, disco-leaning tune gets a lyric video set in a dimly-lit party with hazy visuals and abstract dancing.
Smith Smith returns with his highly-anticipated sophomore album, The Thrill Of It All, the follow-up to his 2014 breakout LP, In The Lonely Hour. Headed by the platinum-selling single, "Too Good At Goodbyes," which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Digital Song Sales chart, the project sees Sam once again working alongside close friend and long-time collaborator Jimmy Napes plus Timbaland, Malay, [More]
Pop/soul singer Sam Smith reveals a somber music video for his latest single, "Too Good At Goodbyes," a record that follows his international breakout debut album
Soul singer Sam Smith returns with his much-anticipated new single, "Too Good At Goodbyes," a record that follows his international breakout debut album, 'In The Lonely Hour'
After winning an Oscar for Best Original Song from the James Bond movie Spectre last year, Sam Smith has barricaded himself in the studio to work on his sophomore album. His debut LP In the Lonely Hour sold 7 million units worldwide, so the pressure is on to create a successful flow-up and avoid the "sophomore album curse." He's been working hard in the studio (as seen [More]
Maybe this year’s Academy Awards won’t be as white as previously expected…
Sam Smith's debut album, In the Lonely Hour, was so popular (with nine million records sold worldwide) that the set will get a re-issue on Nov. 6th and this song, "Drowning Shadows," will grace the project.
Filmed in Rome, the dramatic clip finds Smith among some of the ancient ruins performing the song while clips of the film are intertwined throughout.