Click here to read the full article. Looking for some motivation to help power you through the start of another work week? We feel you, and with some stellar new pop tunes, we’ve got you covered. These 10 tracks from artists like Ava Max, Holly Humberstone, Skylar Grey and Tayla Parx will get you energized to take on the week. Pop any of these gems into your personal playlists — or scroll to the end of the post for a custom playlist of all 10. Ava Max, “Maybe You’re The Problem” As Ava Max scales the Hot 100 with the summer-ready Tiësto team-up...
ILLENIUM recently dropped an unreleased collaboration that will leave his fans counting the minutes until it hits streaming platforms. At one of the first stops on his "Fallen Embers" tour, ILLENIUM premiered a new track he created with Skylar Grey, tentatively titled "From The Ashes." One fan in the crowd caught a generous two-minute clip of the premiere and shared it for fans who can't make it to one of the tour dates.
Three years ago, in September 2018, Eminem dropped “Venom,” the official theme song for the Marvel movie of the same name. Today marks the release of the film’s sequel, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, and Em is back with another soundtrack cut, “Last One Standing,” a collaboration with singer-songwriter Skylar Grey and rappers Polo G and Mozzy.
From tasty food to tasty tunes, Eminem has a whole bunch of options on his menu. Slim Shady joined Polo G and Mozzy on the Skylar Grey song “Last One Standing” that is set to be a part of the new Marvel film Venom: Let There Be Carnage. The film is scheduled to be released in theaters on October 1 and marks the second time Eminem has contributed music to a Venom film.
Eminem and Polo G join Skylar Grey on a new song in the upcoming Venom sequel. It’s called “Last One Standing,” and it appears in the Tom Hardy-starring Marvel film Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which hits theaters Friday (October 1). Mozzy also appears on the single. Listen to it below.
ComplexCon returns to Long Beach Nov. 6 - 7 with hosts J. Balvin and Kristen Noel Crawley, performances by A$AP Rocky and Turnstile, and more shopping and drops. Venom: Let There Be Carnage, following an extended pandemic delay, is almost in theaters. And with it comes new music from Eminem, who previously contributed music to the 2018 original.
Eminem has teamed up with Chicago rapper Polo G, his frequent collaborator Skylar Grey, and Sacramento artist Mozzy on his latest single, “Last One Standing,” for the new Venom: Let There Be Carnage soundtrack. The track arrives on the same day as the Marvel film – the sequel to 2018’s...
Eminem‘s new song with Skylar Grey – which also features Polo G and Mozzy – for the Venom 2 soundtrack has been released – you can listen to ‘Last One Standing’ below. The track will feature in the upcoming Marvel Comics film Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the sequel to...
Eminem is ready to sting you again. After dropping the song "Venom" in 2018 as part of the roll-out of the Spider-Man spinoff film of the same name, Slim Shady teased a follow-up to accompany the upcoming Venom sequel, Friday's (Oct. 1) Venom: Let There Be Carnage. According to a...
Eminem Serves Mom’s Spaghetti At Restaurant Opening, Shares Venom Song With Skylar Grey, Polo G, & Mozzy
Eminem really did it. He took a 19-year-old punchline about barfing on his sweater, and he turned it into a whole brick-and-mortar restaurant. In the past, Eminem has sold a product called Mom’s Spaghetti at pop-ups and given it away to frontline workers. Now, Mom’s Spaghetti is a permanent restaurant in Detroit. Yesterday, Mom’s Spaghetti had its big opening, and Eminem himself handed out spaghetti to the first 10 people who lined up.
The first Venom film from 2018 got a song from Eminem with the same name, which ended up appearing on his Kamikaze album. When the second film, Let There Be Carnage, got announced, fans wondered if Em would make another contribution. Last week, we reported that there were rumors about...
Back in 2018, Eminem was tabbed for an original song for the film Venom. Now, with its sequel Let There Be Carnage hitting theaters October 1st, Slim is once again a part of the franchise. He joins Polo G and Mozzy on Skylar Grey‘s song, “Last One Standing.” The song,...
There’ll be mayhem and carnage on the screen when Venom leaps into cinemas this Friday (Oct. 1). Stay ‘till the end, for the "Last One Standing.”. On it, she sings: “Now you see me standin' in the lights/ But you never saw my sacrifice/ Or all the nights I had to struggle to survive.
After a couple of weeks worth of speculation, the music world has finally received the anticipated collaboration between Skylar Grey, Eminem, Polo G, and Mozzy. “Last One Standing” is a victorious track that finds the four artists celebrating their ability to overcome life’s obstacles. It was teased for multiple weeks with some believing that it would be Eminem’s return to music and even a sign that he had a new album on the way. However, that’s not the case as the new song finds Grey in the driver seat with the three rappers providing support for her message. The track will also appear on the upcoming soundtrack for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, a film that debuts in theaters on Friday, October 1.
Eminem has reunited with Skylar Grey for new song “Last One Standing,” which also features Polo G and Mozzy. The track is featured in the movie, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, based on Marvel’s Spider-Man character Venom. The Venom sequel arrives in theaters on Friday. Eminem contributed “Venom” to the 2018 original film.