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This year, everyone and their mother was singing along to Lorde’s anti-consumerist anthem “Royals,” but the New Zealand teen wasn’t the only new kid on the block who got us excited.
When Drake debuted the song “Too Much” live on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,’ the performance also served as a showcase for the emerging British alt-R&B artist who played alongside the rapper.
At 25, Streeter won a GRAMMY for her songwriting credits on Chris Brown’s 2011 album, F.A.M.E. But now she’s ready to step into the spotlight with her own music.
Jhene Aiko was almost a teenage pop star, but she even at 16 years old, she realized she wanted to do her own thing.
Chloe Chaidez, the frontwoman for the L.A. band, grew up listening to punk rock and classic rock but when it came to her own direction she went in her own synth-heavy direction. Just don’t call them an Eighties band.
Back in their home country of England, London Grammar is already a sensation, but as they make their way across the States for the first time, they hope to win over the American public.
Thanks to his father, ASAP Ferg was given a head start into the music industry and is now impressing everyone, including those back in his hometown, with his debut album.
Liv Nervo will tell you that her and her twin sister, Mim–better known as the DJ duo NERVO–are not pop stars, but she may be in a bit of denial.
It is rare that critics agree on anything. But so far in 2013, one album everyone seems to be lining up to praise is Disclosure’s debut album, Settle. Since its release this past Tuesday (June […]
“It’s got a retro ’60s pop meets hip-hop meets 2013 [feeling] — Beastie Boys meets the Beach Boys,” A Wolf said.