There is pulling a Taylor Swift, and then there’s pulling a Taylor Swift. Of the handful of country musicians who’ve briefly gotten a foothold in the pop mainstream — a list that in the past couple decades has included Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes, Shania Twain, Lonestar, Lady Antebellum, and Carrie Underwood among others … More »
Last month, the adventurous Swedish producer Cashmere Cat teamed up with Diplo’s Major Lazer crew and Toronto sing-rapper Tory Lanez for the quicksilver collaborative single “Miss You.” Today, they’ve shared the new “Miss You” video, in which Cashmere Cat, Diplo, and Lanez take over a zamboni and hang out on the ice while figure … More »
It’s Friday, February 2nd and that can only mean one thing… New Music Friday has arrived. This week, we have been gifted a handful of new singles, EPs, remix EPs, and full-length albums, all of the new music this week is overwhelming to say the least. With 182 new songs on this week’s playlist, you’ll
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Cashmere Cat is ramping up to have a huge year in 2018. Just ahead of the start of his co-headlining road stretch with MØ, the Norwegian beat maker has roped together a star-studded outfit for a new collaboration dubbed “Miss You.”
Warm melodies and breezy percussion arrangements complement singalong-primed vocal work and an infectious hook that’s destined for near immediate air wave domination this spring. Cashmere Cat and company navigate their way through a relatively formulaic surefire hit without sounding like there are too many cooks in the kitchen.
Paired with a serene lyric video to accompany the release, Major Lazer, Tory Lanez, and Cashmere Cat find mass appeal harmony on “Miss You.”
Cashmere Cat, Major Lazer and Tory Lanez have officially debuted a very special collaboration today. The track titled “Miss You,” is co-written with Benny Blanco and Ed Sheeran, two of the biggest, most powerful music writers in any genre of music. “Miss You” is the first collaboration from the three artists, and follows a pair of Cashmere Cat/Tory Lanez tracks from 2017—“Trust
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Last year, the adventurous Norwegian pop producer released the very good guest-heavy album 9. Today, he’s followed it up with a new single that’s just as guest-heavy. “Miss You,” which has nothing to do with the Rolling Stones song of the same name, is a team-up with Diplo’s Major Lazer crew and with the … More »
Cashmere Cat had one of the most impressive releases in 2017 with his album, ‘9′. It was gorgeous start to finish and incorporated pop, tropical, bass and house elements perfectly. High profile collaborations with the likes of Ariana Grande further helped the Norwegian producer into the stratosphere. Now in 2018 it is clear that Cashmere
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Cashmere Cat has arguably been one of 2017’s hottest producers. The Norwegian producer’s 2017 album, ‘9′, has been critically acclaimed and many agree it was snubbed in terms of Grammy nominations. Major Lazer on the other hand spent the first half of the year focusing on high energy dance hall productions which were played out
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In wake of the wave of hurricanes that have struck the Caribbean islands, dance music supergroup Major Lazer decided to throw a benefit concert in Miami to raise funds for those affected by the natural disasters.
On Oct. 16, the Caribbean-influenced trio composed of Diplo, Jillionaire and Walshy Fire hosted a massive concert called Relief is the Mission at Mana Wynwood featuring appearances by Tory Lanez, Machel Montano, Bad Bunny and more. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the three-hour concert went to the people of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands that were affected by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria. The performance raised $2,501 from 111 people on the Facebook livestream alone.
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