I Don’t Wanna Live Forever Deconstructed

Written for the blockbuster film "Fifty Shades Darker", "I Don’t Wanna Live Forever" marks the return of Taylor Swift for the first time since her 2014 album, "1989". The song was written by Taylor ...

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Shape Of You Deconstructed

It’s safe to say that Ed Sheeran made the right decision when he chose to keep "Shape Of You" for himself as opposed to pitching it to other artists (Rihanna was one that he had in mind). Released a...

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Starboy Deconstructed

"Starboy" was the first single released from The Weeknd’s 2016 album of the same name. A collaboration with EDM superstars Daft Punk, this dark, moody, cocky song struck a chord with listeners, land...

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Side To Side Deconstructed

Released in August 2016, "Side To Side" was the third single released from Ariana Grande’s third studio album, "Dangerous Woman." Co-written by an all-star team of hitmakers, one of whom is Max Mart...

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Closer Deconstructed

Released in July 2016, "Closer" was the third single from The Chainsmokers' EP, "Collage." It features a duet between Andrew Taggart and Halsey, who depict two exes that hook up following a multi-year...

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We Don’t Talk Anymore Deconstructed

"We Don’t Talk Anymore" is the third single released from Charlie Puth’s debut studio album, "Nine Track Mind." It was written by Puth, Jacob Kasher, and the song’s featured artist, Selena Gomez...

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Cold Water Deconstructed

"Cold Water" is the lead single from Major Lazer’s forthcoming album, "Music Is The Weapon." Its success can be attributed in part to stellar craft, a strong blend of familiarity and originality, an...

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Don’t Let Me Down Deconstructed

Released back in February 2016, "Don't Let Me Down" has gone on to land in the Top 10 on over 30 charts throughout the world, peaking at #1 on the Billboard US Dance/Electronic Songs and Mainstream To...

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No Deconstructed

"No" is the lead single released from Meghan Trainor’s sophomore Epic Records album, "Thank You." Co-written by Meghan Trainor, Ricky Reed, and Jacob Hindlin, it is a result of the label’s insiste...

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