Right before I played the song I had a feeling Future would title this one what it is because he doesn’t attend regular parties. I was right. Here’s his new track “Regular Party” which should be a club banger in no time.
Sounds like Will.i.am might have a hit on his hands with this one. He gathers Wiz Khalifa, Miley Cyrus, and French Montana for “Feeling Myself”. Throw Miley and French on anything these days and you’ve got yourself a banger.
I sweat this Ariana Grande chick sounds just like Mariah Carey at times. Her last big song featured Mac Miller and this time she takes the rapper approach once again and features Big Sean. Looks like she’s well on her way to stardom. Here’s the video for “Right There”.
Every time Justin Timberlake drops a new video, people pay attention. It’s no different with this new video for his smash hit “TKO”. Check it out below…
You know Juicy J is really doing it when he’s collaborated pretty much with everyone in the music industry. This time he was spotted on stage with Katy Perry at her Hollywood show performing her new track “Dark Horse”.
Seattle is pushing out great music non-stop as of late, and we’ve got another incredible project to present to you today. The Flavr Blue is one of Seattle’s newest trios, consisting of musicians Lace, Hollis and Parker, and today they released the Bright Vices EP. The 5 track project consists of crispy new wave production complimented by refreshing vocals with a touch of synth to round out the undeniable cocktail of sound. Their iconic approach to musical creation shines brightest with this new project, pun intended. Hollis glows over tracks like No Remedy and We Can Go Blind, while Parker and Lace match her shine on tracks like Surrender and Magnetic, the latter of which Esquire Magazine featured today upon it’s release.
The downtempo dish, Hearts Racing, is the song that really caught my attention upon first listen. This song truly captures not only the dynamic style The Flavr Blue has, but it also showcases the versatility of all three of them. Parker’s haunting, slow grind breakbeat that transitions into an uptempo bridge, only to drop you back into the clouds is effortless and elegant. Hollis’ airy vocals are right at home on the track, and as she says in her verse, she has you chasing the high. Lace’s sultry entrance into the song freezes time for a moment, and actually allows you to visualize what you’re hearing if that makes sense.
Overall the entire project is an great body of work, and an excellent listen no matter if you’re a fan of R & B, Downtempo, Ambient, House, New Wave, Pop, Electro, Indie, or whatever else you want to call it. The Flavr Blue has arrived, and they’re here to stay. You can see download Bright Vices for a limited time for FREE from The Flavr Blue’s official site, or you can purchase it for only $3 on iTunes. Show your support and enjoy the jams.
Let us know if you can sense the awkward tension between Matt Lauer and Miley Cyrus during this interview. Especially during the sexual phase question part. Dope interview overall though and cool to see that Miley doesn’t care about the critics as long as her fans and parents support her.
Any time we get something new from R. Kelly it’s a blessing. This guy has been in the music industry for so damn long at this point and still carries some very heavy relevance. Here’s his most recent track, “Cookie”.
Justin Timberlake is all over the place once again as he has an album coming out AND a movie! This guy can really do it all and nobody is better than this triple threat. Here’s his most recent performance of “TKO” on Ellen. Enjoy!
Justin Timberlake has been killing it lately as he prepares to release a new album “The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2″. Here’s his latest live performance of “Take Back the Night” on Jimmy Kimmel Live.