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13 Nov

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Lady A’s “Just a Kiss” Breaks Records

17 May

Country group, Lady Antebellum, set a new record this week. Their lead single, “Just a Kiss,” from their fourth studio album debuted at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100. This has never before been achieved by any country group in the history of the Billboard Music Charts. Hear their new single below:

The Summer Wedding Song

17 May

Somewhere between The Script and Jason Mraz you will find this wonderful song by Runner Runner. Hopefully this will get them some major media attention. They were accepted with arms wide open on satellite radio last year, now they just need terrestrial radio to hop on the Runner Runner bandwagon.

Gaga Releases Two New Singles

17 May

The internet took fire just a few hours ago with Gaga’s newest singles, “Hair” and “Marry the Night.”

Fresh add on  Interscope’s website:

Lady Gaga – “Hair”

Perez TV seemed to lock in the exclusive for the second released single today:

Lady Gaga – “Marry the Night”

What do you think? Are the singles worth the buzz?

Band on the Rise: TV on the Radio

17 May

Like a fine wine, these guys keep getting better with time. If you aren’t aware of their work, the band has released four critically acclaimed albums. Even after the recent passing of band member, Gerard Smith, the group presses on gaining more and more attention, and more and more fans. Above is their note-worthy single, “Will Do.”

Tween Takeover

17 May

Here are the newest releases from the biggest tween stars:

Selena Gomez & The Scene – “Who Says”

Victoria Justice – “Best Friend’s Brother”

Big Time Rush ft. Snoop Dogg – “Boyfriend”

And stay tuned for Willow Smith’s New Single “Rock Star”

Glee Postponing Releases?

16 May

It was clear that Bruno Mars’ debut album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, had some magic tracks. The releases of “Just the Way You Are,” “Grenade,” and “Lazy Song” have made Mars into a household name. Now in the anticipation of his next single, we can’t help but think a clear winner on the album, “Marry You,” might never get released. The easy-listening love ballet was covered by the kings and queens of PG bubble gum pop music, Glee (click here to hear cover). And now that the song has been admired by millions of Gleeky fans everywhere, some are speculating that it may never be released by Mars.

The original is much better. GIVE US “MARRY YOU,” BRUNO!