In case you haven’t been able to tell, I’m a pretty big Sofi Tukker fan, which is why it is no surprise that I’m pretty excited about their upcoming EP Dancing On The People. This week in new music, Sofi Tukker released their fourth single from the EP titled “Purple Hat.”
Nicki Minaj has paved the way for female hip hop artists in the 2010s, like Iggy Azalea and ultimately Cardi B. However, it is her evolution in both music and attitude that has ultimately gotten her to where she is today.
Let’s face it, the VMAs don’t bring in the ratings they used to. While a lot of the performances have become bland in creativity, there still does remain uniqueness in some of the newcomers that have come into the spotlight defiantly.
Last night, the Backstreet Boys brought it home to where it all started at the Amway Center for their DNA World Tour. The arena was filled with emotions, as the group performed songs in support of their latest album, as well as memorable hits from their repertoire, totaling to a 2 hour show of 34 songs.
The surprise EP by rapper Missy Elliot titled Iconology comes less than a week before the artist is to receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards.
Earlier today, Lana Del Rey released a double feature music video for “Fuck It I Love You” and “The Greatest,” two tracks on her upcoming album, Norman Fucking Rockwell!, to be released on August 30th. The album was largely produced by Del Rey along with Jack Antonoff, known for his indie band Fun, and for co-producing a few hits from Taylor Swift’s 1989 and Reputation albums, as well as Lorde’s Melodrama.
It’s Monday morning, you’re on the way to work, and that beat is stuck in your damn head. You know the one. It’s the one you were getting down to at the club two nights ago. You turn on the radio to get rid of it, but regardless of which station you turn to, you hear it over and over again….
In a world where Korean pop group BTS dominates the top 10, still soars an iconic band whose founder reintroduced us to María in 1999 and then kept it smooth with Rob Thomas…Here’s their latest.
Alternative singer Phem sheds light with her voice into a queer dark track produced by Tim Anderson, known for working with the likes of Halsey, Twenty One Pilots, and Youngblood among other known artists.