Summer 2017 continues to feature more major musical comebacks from some of our favorite artists.
Avicii broke his year-long hiatus this week with the release of a self-titled, six-track EP, including "Lonely Together," featuring Rita Ora; Pink dropped the first single, "What About Us," off her forthcoming album, "Beautiful Trauma," which'll be her first album in over five years; and Kesha dropped her long-awaited album, "Rainbow," after four years away from the music biz.
Rock band Needtobreathe also dropped an EP this week, featuring "Hard Love," "Waiting," and their personal favorite, "Count On Me."
"Our 'Hard Love' album was probably one of the most challenging and rewarding projects we've ever done," Needtobreathe keyboardist Josh Lovelace told TooFab. "We wrote and recorded a ton of demos, and in the end we had too many songs for a single album. Choosing the 12 that made the cut was a huge undertaking, so this EP is the songs we love that didn't make the original record."
On Kesha's comeback album, Lovelace said, "It's important for artists to stay true to themselves. A lot of the time, coming out of a bad situation inspires the best music. It's personal and raw, and honesty inspires people. We've been through our share of hard times as a band, and through it all, we learned so much and now appreciate what we get to do so much more."
Blac Chyna even made a cameo in rapper Belly's new video for P.O.P. (which stands for the power of p-ssy, obviously). She doesn't sing in it, but Belly makes sure to throw some obvious shade at Chyna's ex, Rob Kardashian. Fast-forward to 2:23 in the video below to hear him say, "She took you for everything/You let her do it again," while Chyna looks directly into the camera.