Hundred Waters checks in to Chastain Park Memorial Hospital in The Resident, and soundtracks the Apr 16 episode.

Hundred Waters checks in to Chastain Park Memorial Hospital in The Resident, and soundtracks the Apr 16 episode.

BELOW IS OUR LIST – AND FIT FOR A KING (!) – OF CURRENT AND UPCOMING SONG PLACEMENTS IN E!’S THE ROYALS

Straight Razor by Matt Maeson

Fallss by Bayonne

Adore by Amy Shark

Do Not Let Your Spirit Wane by Gang of Youths

Blanket Me by Hundred Waters

‘Love Has No Labels’ Celebrates Valentine’s Day With Joyous Kiss-Cam Stunt at NFL Pro Bowl – Featuring Hundred Waters

“This video has some inspired fun with a longstanding tradition at sporting events, the Jumbotron kiss cam, which finds couples in the crowd and encourages them to kiss. This time, though, the kiss cam is used, in the Ad Council’s words, as a “symbol for unbiased love” by featuring all forms of love—friendships, families and romantic relationships—across race, religion, gender, sexuality, ability and age.”

Hundred Waters’ “Show Me Love” featured throughout the entire ad.

CAVITY BY HUNDRED WATERS IN FREEFORM’S GUILT

FF_GLT_S1_KeyArt_72_AllNew[1]Catch “Cavity” by Hundred Waters in tonight’s August 1 episode of Guilt, on Freeform

 

Hundred Waters x Skrillex feat. Chance the Rapper | The Late Late Show with Steven Colbert

Last night Hundred Waters performed her song ‘Show Me Love (feat. Skrillex & Chance the Rapper)’ on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The performance was full of Hundred Waters (Nicole Miglis) ethereal vocals and Skrillex on electric guitar. Click through below to watch the performance!

Click through below to watch Skrillex and Chance the Rapper pop in on Colbert’s monologue.

NEW VIDEO | HUNDRED WATERS “SHOW ME LOVE” (SKRILLEX REMIX) FEAT. CHANCE THE RAPPER, MOSES SUMNEY, ROBIN HANNIBAL

Skrillex has shared a remix and his directorial debut music video for Hundred Waters acapella song “Show Me Love.” The new version features additional vocal performances by Chance the Rapper (who recently became the first ever unsigned artist to perform on Saturday Night Live) and rising artist Moses Sumney, as well as additional arrangements and music by Robin Hannibal (the producer behind Rhye, Quadron, and more). The video was shot over Thanksgiving week in Los Angeles, where the many other contributors came together as a labor of love to boost the enduring and empowering message of the song. Click through to check out the video!

“This song was literally a journal entry I wrote to myself a few years ago, so seeing it become something bigger in the context of everyone involved was really special.” – Nicole Miglis (Hundred Waters)

“It’s all about love and positivity, what this world really needs right now. I want to thank all of the artists in the world going out of their way to make people’s lives better and happier through creating and sharing their art.” – Skrillex