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Machine Gun Kelly and WILLOW team up for ”emo girl”—listen
Machine Gun Kelly and WILLOW team up for ”emo girl”—listen
Machine Gun Kelly has released the single "emo girl" featuring WILLOW. The track comes ahead of his new album mainstream sellout, due out March 25 via Bad Boy/Interscope. MGK previously teased the release of the song on his TikTok. He also sat down with producer Travis Barker to tell him that the new album's name, which they previously got tattooed on their arms, would be changed from bo
FINNEAS leads blòkur’s Top 5 Songwriters On Spotify list for 2020
FINNEAS leads blòkur’s Top 5 Songwriters On Spotify list for 2020
The Grammy-winning producer FINNEAS has been named the No. 1 songwriter on Spotify in 2020. The algorithm for judging the top songwriters had been created by music rights data service blòkur, determined by a variety of factors. Read more: Badflower share new music video and announce sophomore album The first factor depends on popularity and is based on the number of days each song spent on the top
Machine Gun Kelly updates pop-punk LP ‘Tickets To My Downfall’ release
Machine Gun Kelly updates pop-punk LP ‘Tickets To My Downfall’ release
We finally have a new update in the saga of Machine Gun Kelly's formerly rock, now pop-punk album. Considering our last bit of news was on Jan. 30, this new snippet comes just in time to ease our concerns. Machine Gun Kelly took to social media to announce that he has pushed back Tickets To My Downfall until this summer.  Read M...
The 1975 – The 1975
The 1975 – The 1975
The 1975 The 1975 The debut album by this Manchester, U.K.-based quartet follows a series of EPs and includes re-recorded versions of several tracks (“The City,” “Sex,” “Chocolate”). Their sound is hard to pin down; while it’s primarily built around guitars, bass and drums, there are synths underpinning nearly every song, and the rhythms have a bounce lifted from urban pop—“Chocolate” has an almos
Disclosure – Settle
Disclosure – Settle
Disclosure Settle Electronic dance music producers looking to late-'80s/early-'90s house music-inspired club sounds as a template for new material was perhaps an inevitable move. We are now in full retro sway, 20 years removed from the chart successes of Black Box, Deee-Lite and Snap! after ...

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