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Sia, Diplo & Labrinth (LSD) Release 'Mountains' - Stream, Lyrics & Download!

Sia, Diplo and Labrinth – together known as LSD – just dropped their brand new song “Mountains,” which you can stream right here!

The track, which is Zane Lowe‘s World Record today (November 1), follows the trio’s hit single “Thunderclouds.”

“I’m definitely the third wheel in this project. I’m just here to kind of make sure things make sense, ’cause when you put Lab and Sia in a room, it’s like the craziest concoction of two people with the most intense attention deficit disorder with the most creative people I’ve ever met… like, in a boxing match, like bam, bam, bam, bam,” Diplo explained on Beats 1. “I’ve worked with Sia for many years and I’ve never been able to hold her interest. I’ve worked so hard just to keep her interested, and Lab is the only person that’s fast enough to outdo her. It’s crazy how they bring out the best in each other.”

Mountains” is also available to stream on Spotify and download on iTunes now!

LSD – ‘Mountains’ (Official Audio)

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Sia: 'I'm Still Here' Stream, Lyrics, & Download - Listen Now!

Sia just dropped her new song “I’m Still Here” and you need to hear it!

The Grammy-winning singer and songwriter’s song was released as part of her new collab with designer Maison Repetto on a line of signature shoes.

Sia‘s capsule collection will include three shoes driven by her mantra “I love you, keep going.”

The powerful new anthem is also set to be featured in upcoming documentary, At The Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal.

You can download the new song off of iTunes here.

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David Guetta: '7' Album Stream & Download - Listen Now!

David Guetta is back with a brand new album called 7, which you can listen to right here!

The renowned DJ-producer dropped his latest project on Friday (September 14).

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The collection includes collaborations with acts like J Balvin, Bebe Rexha, Anne-Marie, Jason Derulo, Nicki Minaj, Sia, Justin Bieber, G-Eazy and many more!

“The album is called 7 because it’s my seventh album which is crazy when I think about it, because that’s a lot of music. 7 is a magical number and represents a full cycle to me. When you’re just starting out as an artist you go step by step and it’s only positive energy; passion, love, challenges. And then the second phase if you’re successful is when you’re at the top and the energy changes to fear, because when you’re at the top you cannot go up any more. And now I feel like I’ve reached a third phase where I just want to put a lot of music out that I love. This is why 7 is a perfect name to me, because I feel like I’m going back to my original energy which can be heard in this album,” he said.

Listen to 7 below! You can download and stream the album across all digital platforms.

Dolly Parton & Sia: 'Here I Am' Stream, Lyrics, & Download - Listen Now!

Dolly Parton teams up with Sia for a powerful rendition of Dolly‘s 1971 song “Here I Am.”

The ladies recorded the song as the first single off of the soundtrack for the upcoming movie Dumplin‘.

The movie “follows Willowdean, also known as Dumplin (Danielle Macdonald), the plus-size daughter of a former beauty queen (Jennifer Aniston) who signs up for her mother’s Miss Teen Bluebonnet pageant as a protest that escalates when other contestants follow in her footsteps, revolutionizing the pageant and their small Texas town,” Variety reports.

You can download Dolly and Sia‘s new song off of iTunes here.

Listen to “Here I Am” below!

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Sia Reveals She's 8 Years Sober Today

Sia is celebrating a huge milestone – she’s eight years sober.

The 42-year-old entertainer spoke out on social media early Tuesday (September 11) to her followers.

“Eight years sober today,” Sia posted before adding, “I love you, keep going. You can do it.”

The tweet garnered a ton of support from Sia’s fans on social media.

“All I wanted to do was write for pop stars,” Sia told Billboard about her struggles back in 2013. “For one reason or another it never happened for me. Then I got seriously addicted to Vicodin and Oxycodone, and I was always a drinker but I didn’t know I was an alcoholic. I was really unhappy being an artist and I was getting sicker and sicker.”