Back to the '90s
Over the weekend, we got to see the cover art for Mariah Carey‘s new single Infinity, the only new song included on her upcoming greatest hits album #1 to Infinity. At the stroke of midnight last night, Mimi released Infinity for download on iTunes and made the song available for listening online with the release of the lyric video embedded above. As you can see and hear, this song appears to be TOTALLY about her soon-to-be ex-husband Nick Cannon … and how he lost the greatest thing he ever had when he messed up his marriage with Mariah. The song is really, really good. It has a distinctly ’90s sound to it, which is where Mariah Carey is strongest. This song has a very good shot at becoming Mimi‘s next #1 song. Have a listen, see what you think.
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Her collab with Giorgio Moroder
Way back in November we first learned that legendary music producer Giorgio Moroder is planning the release of his first album in over 30 years which will feature collaborations with singers like Charli XCX, Kylie Minogue and our dear Britney Spears. In February, we got to see the video for the first single from Moroder‘s new album, his collab with Kylie titled Right Here, Right Now. Today, we get to hear a couple snippets of audio from Giorgio‘s song with Britney, which is a cover of the Suzanne Vega song Tom’s Diner. Click below to get your first taste of Britney and Giorgio‘s take on Tom’s Diner and see what you think. UPDATE: Shortly after the leak, the official audio was released … listen below. More »
Coming May 5
Paris Hilton is intent on making another go of having a music career even tho she released a song called Come Alive last summer and it didn’t really go anywhere. You may recall that last summer, we learned that she filmed two music videos for two songs … one was Come Alive and the second was a song titled High Off My Love. At last, Paris is ready to release High Off My Love for our listening pleasure. Paris posted a short video teaser on her official Instagram profile along with the news that High will be released on May 5. More »
Featuring Brian Aubert of Silversun Pickups
Last month we learned the GREAT news that Garbage is, once again, releasing a new single in celebration of Record Store Day (which is this Saturday) and today we get to HEAR the song for the first time and SEE the music video for the track. Directed by longtime Garbage music video collaborator Sophie Muller, The Chemicals is the first of two new songs included on the 10″ vinyl single that will be released on RSD this weekend. The song features guest vocals by Brian Aubert of Silversun Pickups but longtime Garbage fans will hear immediately that this is 100% a Garbage song. I am really looking forward to picking up this vinyl when it is released on Saturday. Please enjoy.
Prepare for the Xtina takeover
Yesterday we got to hear one of the songs that Christina Aguilera will sing when she makes her guest appearance on the ABC drama Nashville starting this week and today, we get to hear more of Xtina‘s singing on Nashville. Not content to sing only her own songs, Xtina also puts her spin on the theme song for Nashville titled The Real Thing. Click the embed above to hear the Xtina-ized version of the Nashville theme song and get ready for her to completely take over the show when she makes her first appearance this Wednesday night.
Tiny is better than nothing at all ;)
Earlier today we saw a pair of behind the scenes photos shared by Britney Spears from the set of the music video for her new single with Iggy Azalea, Pretty Girls. Right now we get our FIRST LISTEN of the song by way of a fan shot video from the music video set. Britney and Iggy are filming Pretty Girls right now here in LA and an industrious fan with a mobile phone managed to film a tiny portion of the shoot … which includes a tiny sample of the song. It’s not much to listen to, unfortch, but it’s better than nothing. Watch the clip above AND DON’T BLINK. Then, click below to see a photo shot by a fan of Britney and Iggy tooling around in their Jeep on the streets of LA today. More »
Truly, this is the best thing ever
First, Carly Rae Jepsen got mashed-up with Nine Inch Nails back in 2013 … and today we learn that CRJ and NIN have been mashed-up again — and this one, by far, is the better of the two. An artist named YITT has mashed-up Jepsen‘s I Really Like You with Nine Inch Nails‘s Head Like a Hole to create the duet of your DREAMS! OMG. This mash-up is so flawless in its perfection that I could damn near cry at its beauty. Click the embed above to have a listen and see what you think. I have a feeling you’re gonna really, really, really, really like this as much as I love it.
Plus, Frances Bean talks to 'RS' mag about her father for the first time
Last month we learned that the upcoming documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck will feature a previously unreleased 12-minute song in its entirety. Today, to coincide with Rolling Stone magazine’s new cover story on Cobain, we get to hear a sample of his now released Kurt Cobain song. Additionally, we get to read excerpts from RS mag’s interview with Frances Bean Cobain (executive producer of Montage) where she talks for the first time about her late father’s legacy and the film she helped create to tell his story. Click below to hear this clip of new Kurt Cobain music and read portions of Frances Bean‘s interview with Rolling Stone. More »
Short but Sick!
Kendrick Lamar has remixed Kanye West‘s new song All Day and altho the mix isn’t quite ready for release in full just yet, a short snippet of the track has made its way online. Now, when I say short … I mean short … but in just the few seconds of music embedded above, I think we get a really good feel for how great Kendrick‘s remix of Kanye‘s song will be. Have a listen. This will surely be the best 7 seconds of music you will hear all day.
"This is the new America / We are the new America"
A couple of weeks ago, Rihanna released a new single titled Bitch Better Have My Money and over the weekend, she released a follow-up song titled American Oxygen (back in January, she released FourFiveSeconds). The song was used in video promos to promote the March Madness college basketball finals on TV and was previewed live in concert by Rihanna at The March Madness Music Festival in Indianapolis, IN. And, of course, it was released in full on TIDAL. The song has made its debut online and you can hear it in full below … along with video of the March Madness promo commercial which features the song AND video of Rihanna‘s full performance at The March Madness Music Festival this weekend. More »