Sway to “Set Me Free” with CRÈME

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CRÈME hails from Jersey City and is the project name of Trixie Reiss. She writes, produces and performs entirely on her own, a solo act. She is always interested in groundbreaking sounds, Reiss has been a part of several impactful subcultures. “Set Me Free” is the latest release from CRÈME, the genre defying project. This

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Katy Perry & Zedd join for another radio hit, ‘Never Really Over’

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Katy Perry & Zedd join for another radio hit, ‘Never Really Over’Zedd Katy Perry Photo Via Chris Yoder

Zedd‘s come quite a long way from his humble beginnings of dance music stardom. The producer has proven himself a favorite among the pop community, with a myriad of stars like Selena Gomez, Ke$ha, and various others approaching him for assistance in their next radio hits. The next up on this list is Katy Perry, and the two have whipped up a sentimental, earworm of an anthem in “Never Really Over.”

Perry’s full-bodied vocals sound good in the summery foundation Zedd has created, which unfolds at a pace friendly for singalongs. Though poignancy is present within the lyrics, as it deals with the topic of pining for lost love, Zedd does well in balancing it out with breezy instrumentation and big builds that feel built for blasting with the windows wide open. Expect to hear it in soundsystems all over the country as it moves up the charts.

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NUDØ Drops Another Pop Charged Dance Tune “Nobody”

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Canadian DJ & producer NUDØ is having an extremely fruitful start to his 2019. With 3 singles already under his belt in 2019, he is back again with another sure fire radio anthem “Nobody”. While NUDØ might not be famous for his crazy drops or massive synth work, but it’s hard to find a better person in the

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Orange Is The New Black Star Taryn Manning Drops New Single “The Light” Along With Remixes

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Multi-dimensional artist, Taryn Manning re-ignites her musical flame with the release of a new single, “The Light”. The single arrives alongside a remix EP, chock-full of dancefloor-primed cuts, courtesy of Lodato, Metrush, and Ant LaRock. Currently known for her role as Tiffany “Pennsatucky” Doggett in the critically acclaimed Netflix series Orange is the New Black, Taryn

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Midsplit Gets Together With Bay Are Singer Michael Lanza On “Deserve”

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If you want a perfect mix of some West Coast flair with some dope pop-infused electronic beats, Montreal based DJ & producer Midsplit has teamed up with Bay Area singer Michael Lanza on the melodic dance-pop tune ‘Deserve’, out now on Hinky. ‘Deserve’ really shines bright with its extremely catchy lyrics, melodic build-ups, dope vocal chops, & a

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Stisema – One In A Million (ft. Sander Nijbroek)

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Norwegian budding EDM superstar Stisema is here with his 2nd release on Strange Fruits in 2019, “One In A Million” an absolute GROOVER of a funky pop track. “One In A Million” is a funky disco tune featuring the superb Dutch vocalist Sander Nijbroek. With heavyweight DJ support from the likes of Don Diablo, Tiesto, W&W, Mike Williams,

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Blink 182 gets rinsed in 80s synth-pop

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Blink 182 gets rinsed in 80s synth-popBlink182 2017

Many fun things are born in YouTube, and one of the funnest things to come out of the platform is the reimagining of modern music in more retro flavors. Postmodern Jukebox, for example, rinses pop tunes in sounds from the 1920s-1960s. The 80s are another popular era to infuse with today’s top artists and pop tunes, and in the past we’ve covered some of these choice creations due to their high nostalgia value.

Blink 182 have become the latest targets to transform into this sound, and YouTuber MartyCanFly has done the honors of making synthpop classics out of their anthems, “Feeling This” and “The Rock Show.” A “kudos” to the creator is in order, as they’ve done a top job of creating a teenage/rom-com atmosphere out of the originals and embedding Tom DeLonge’s voice into the mix.

 

 

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NUDØ Drops Melodic Pop Hit ‘Change My Mind’ feat. Veronica Bravo

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Montréal native and up & coming producer NUDØ is back with his second original release on Strange Fruits,  ‘Change My Mind’ featuring the mesmerizing vocals of Veronica Bravo. After NUDØ‘s 1st single released on Strange Fruits eclipsed the 175,000 stream mark on Spotify, Strange Fruit fans have been clamoring for another pop anthem from him, and he has delivered with “Change

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Hip-hop is America’s genre — accounts for nearly a quarter of all U.S. music streams in 2018

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Hip-hop is America’s genre — accounts for nearly a quarter of all U.S. music streams in 2018Travis Scott Live 2

Hip-hop is indisputably America’s genre.

The designation is affirmed by a comprehensive year-end report published by market monitor BuzzAngle, which tracks music consumption data. Far from a fad, hip-hop comes out on top again as the most streamed genre this year, with rap singles consuming 24.7 percent of the streaming market in 2018, or a quarter of all streamed tracks for the year. 2018 shows continued year over year growth for the genre, which previously consumed 20.9 percent of single streams in 2017. The report categorizes urban songs as a combination of rap, hip-hop, and R&B, all amounting to the country’s most streamed genre, beating out pop music three years in a row.

Other trends that have emerged are the rise of pop and the decline of rock. In 2017, rock was right behind hip-hop with a 19.8 percent consumption share, while in 2018, pop overtook rock to take a 19 percent market share. Rock precipitously declined to only a 11.7 percent market share in 2018, even in a year when highly marketable albums from Greta Van Fleet, Smashing Pumpkins, and Stone Temple Pilots among others saw major label releases.

These trends are similarly reflected in album streaming patterns for 2017 and 2018. Although rock album streams superseded rap album streams in 2017, 2018 was a year of major growth for hip-hop and a considerable decline for rock. In a year when everyone from Travis Scott to The Carters, Drake to Anderson .Paak dropped full-length projects, it comes as no surprise that hip-hop dominated nearly a quarter of the streaming market in 2018.

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Mariah Carey surprises with second Skrillex collaboration on album pre-order

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Mariah Carey surprises with second Skrillex collaboration on album pre-orderSkrille Mariah Carey Second Collab RUNWAY

The long wait for a new Skrillex era is still in full effect, but the producer has certainly left a consistent trail of collaborations and pop dabblings to keep things interesting. With this month already seeing two crisp vocal-collaborations from the OWSLA boss–”Due West” with Kelsey Lu and the gorgeous “Connect” with Elohim–the latest addition to Skrillex’s mainstream repertoire is none other than Mariah Carey.

The songstresses’ upcoming album Caution was already confirmed to include a Skrillex production credit on a track called “The Distance,” and now Carey has revealed a second surprise collaboration with the producer titled “RUNWAY.” The only catch: The song is available on singer’s Japanese album pre-order. Chances are the internet will surface the song for curious stateside listeners soon. As long as the long-awaited Skrillex LP stays unreleased, the legend’s left-field pairings will have to serve as temporary relief.