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BamSavage Releases EP “Yesterday’s Tomorrow”

Buzzing Broward County artist BamSavage releases his debut EP Yesterday’s Tomorrow today. The 11-track project features his debut single “Feelings Aside.” 

Listen to Yesterday’s Tomorrow: HERE

Yesterday’s Tomorrow is full of BamSavage’s addicting melodies and infections hooks, with gritty tracks that give a look inside the mind of BamSavage, exploring struggles, joy and love. The rapper’s debut single “Feelings Aside” has garnered over 2 million streams, with over 611K streams on SoundCloud alone.
 
Arriving with a signature concoction of woozy melodies, stark emotionality, dark imagery and tight bars, BamSavage stirred up organic buzz in 2018 as songs like “Might” and “Dancing With The Devil” clocked over 100K plays on Soundcloud. At the same time, he amassed 11K-plus followers on the platform. As his star rose, he caught the attention of Republic Records and signed to the label.

Yesterday’s Tomorrow Tracklist

Loud Pact

Going Through Some Things

Convenient

Night Now

Sip Slow

Grind Mode ft. Baby Goth

Light Show

Commotion

Wrist Lit

Hope It Hurts ft. Samaria

Feelings Aside

 

JOHN MELLENCAMP “Other People’s Stuff”

JOHN MELLENCAMP announces the preorder for his 24th album, Other People’s Stuff [Republic Records], available everywhere on Friday, December 7th.

Pre-order Other People’s Stuff HERE.

Not only has MELLENCAMP released hundreds of original songs over his illustrious career, but he has recorded numerous celebrated covers. For as renowned as his original material remains, MELLENCAMP has breathed new life and spirit into various staples of the classic American musical canon as well. A handpicked selection of those covers comprises the aptly titled, Other People’s Stuff.

Culled from seminal albums, compilations, unearthed sessions and documentaries, this record serves as a proud homage to some of the greatest songs in history. For the album, Mellencamp recorded a brand-new version of “Eyes on the Prize” which was originally performed at The White House. Mellencamp was asked by the Obama administration to perform for the 2010 Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement event. See link to the memorable performance here. Check out “Eyes on The Prize” Here.

About the collection, MELLENCAMP commented “Most, if not all, of the songs on Other People’s Stuff come from The Great American Songbook.  These are songs that have been recorded over the last 40 years of my career, but had never been put together as one piece of work. Now, they have.”

Check out the full tracklisting below.

The new album sets the stage for his 2019 tour of “The John Mellencamp Show,” which will feature the rock icon’s classics plus some new material. Hailed by critics and fans alike as one of music’s most authentic and crowd-pleasing concert performer, he kicks off the tour February 7th in his home state of Indiana at South Bend’s Morris Performing Arts Center. Yesterday, Mellencamp announced additional dates for the tour which will extend the already lengthy 2019 run with 14 additional shows, making stops across the country. Tickets for most dates will go on sale on Friday, November 9th at 10am local time (see full onsale times below). Produced by AEG Presents, “The John Mellencamp Show” will start promptly at 8pm and will not have an opening act.  Every ticket purchased online will receive a physical copy of Other People’s Stuff.

For more information and all ticketing information please visit Mellencamp.com.

MELLENCAMP’s live shows have garnered huge critical acclaim with the Hollywood Reporter calling it a “triumphant, career-spanning show” and a “superb performance…still full of fiery defiance” by the Boston Globe.  His extensive touring and live shows have solidified the Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer’s place at the forefront of American music for the past 40 years.

Other People’s Stuff TRACKLISTING:

1 “To The River” (originally from 1993’s Human Wheels)

2 “Gambling Bar Room Blues” (originally from 1997’s The Songs of Jimmie Rodgers – A Tribute)

3 “Teardrops Will Fall” (originally from 2003’s Trouble No More)

4 “In My Time of Dying” (originally from 1997’s Rough Harvest)

5 “Mobile Blue” (originally from 2017’s Sad Clowns & Hillbillies)

6 “Eyes on the Prize” (originally performed at The White House in 2010)

7 “Dark As A Dungeon (originally from the 2017 National Geographic Channel documentary From the Ashes)

8 “Stones in My Passway” (originally from 2003’s Trouble No More)

9 “Wreck of the Old 97” (originally from 2004’s The Rose and The Briar)

10 “I Don’t Know Why I Love You” (originally from 2003’s An Interpretation of Stevie Wonder’s Songs)

Alessia Cara “The Pains Of Growing”

Worldwide multi-platinum, 2018 Grammy Award®-winning “Best New Artist”Alessia Cara, the most-streamed new female artist of 2017, has announced the final track listing for her eagerly anticipated second album, THE PAINS OF GROWING, arriving November 30th via Def Jam Recordings.  The 15-track album will include both current singles “Trust My Lonely” and “Growing Pains.” On Saturday, November 3rd, Alessia will make her Austin City Limits TV debut performing hits “Scars to Your Beautiful,” “Growing Pains,” and more. Alessia is set to perform “Trust My Lonely” at this year’s MTV EMA’s, broadcasting live on Sunday, November 4th from Bilbao Exhibition Centre in Spain.

THE PAINS OF GROWING is a self-penned, auto-biographical album chronicling her personal experiences over the past several years. For the cover of THE PAINS OF GROWING (photographed by superduperbrick,) Alessia is once again draped in the symbolic, oversized suit she wore in the “Trust My Lonely” and “Growing Pains” videos, as well as her recent appearances on  “Growing Pains” video, FallonColbert and The Today Show. “It’s an artistic way of symbolizing the idea of growing up,” she told the Today crew. “Some­times you kind of feel like you’re drowning and you feel like you’re not ready for the roles life throws at you so this was my way of symbolizing it in an artistic way.”

Alessia recently completed a whirlwind promotional tour of speaking engagements at college campuses, where she discussed her music, her process, and her personal story of growth as an artist and a young woman. The tour encompassed the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music, the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Georgia State University in Atlanta, the Detroit Institute of Music Education and Columbia College in Chicago.

“Growing Pains” followed “1-800-273-8255” (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline), Alessia’s landmark 5x-platinum collab­o­­­ration with fellow Def Jam artist Logic; and her double-platinum #1 Pop Song collaboration with Zedd. Together with her prior multi-platinum hits “Here,” “Wild Things,” and “Scars To Your Beautiful,” all from Know-It-All, her 2015 debut album, Alessia was named “Most-Streamed New Female Artist of 2017,” with over 8.5 billion global streams to date.  Combined YouTube views for the “1-800-273-8255” video are over 415 million to date; combined views for the “Stay” video are over 150 million to date.

Singer/songwriter Alessia Cara, a JUNO award winner for 2016 Breakthrough Artist of the Year in her native Canada, went on to receive the “Rule Breaker” honor at the Billboard Women in Music annual event.  She won MTV VMAs in 2017 for Best Electronic Dance Video (for “Stay”) and Best Fight Against The System (for her multi-platinum #1 Billboard Pop Song “Scars To Your Beautiful,” which she and Logic performed with Khalid as the climactic moment of this year’s Grammy broadcast).  Alessia also won back-to-back ASCAP Pop Awards for “Stay” and “Scars To Your Beautiful”; along with Dance Song of the Year (for “Stay”) at the iHeart Radio Music Awards.

Alessia has earned nominations for Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock at the 2017 American Music Awards, the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Breakout Artist, the Billboard Music Award for Top New Artist, the BET Award for Best New Artist, the BBC Award for Song of The Year, and many other honors.  In addition, she lent her voice to the RIAA platinum “How Far I’ll Go” penned by Lin-Manuel Miranda, official song of Disney’s animated film Moana.

THE PAINS OF GROWING track listing:

1. Growing Pains

2. Not Today

3. I Don’t Want To

4. 7 Days

5. Trust My Lonely

6. Wherever I Live

7. All We Know

8. A Little More

9. Comfortable

10. Nintendo Game

11. Out Of Love

12. Girl Next Door

13. My Kind

14. Easier Said

15. Growing Pains (Reprise)

Niykee Heaton EP “Starting Over”

Niykee Heaton returns with a new, three-song EP, Starting Over (Capitol Records), which – as the title suggests – marks a turning point for the young Chicago-born artist. Recorded with such producers as Charlie Handsome (Post Malone, Mac Miller, Young Thug), the EP’s hypnotic, sophisticated sound is perfectly suited to Niykee’s intimate lyrics. Download /stream Starting Over HERE.

Amid soulful guitar tones and smoldering R&B grooves, the emotional title track/lead single underscores the realization that a fresh start isn’t possible without putting an end to a relationship that’s been one long loop of break-ups and make-ups.

“Most of the time I sing in a sort of growl, but I wanted to make ‘Starting Over’ a full-on power ballad,” says Niykee. “I really pushed the boundaries of what I usually do and sang it in a totally different way.”

In the past, Niykee was quick to accept the blame, as she details in the dreamy slow-burner  “Bad Guy.” “It has been a theme in my life – accepting the role of being the bad guy, just because it makes it easier for other people,” she explains.

While “Bad Guy” unfolds with a heartfelt intensity, laying the song down made Niykee realize that she had finally moved on from that role. Recording the song was so cathartic, she decided to make a last-minute change to the name of the EP, originally titled Bad Guy. By naming it Starting Over, Niykee has marked a new era in her music and life, one that’s defined by true vulnerability and self-love.

She penned her first song at age 5 and soon discovered that music offered an escape from the difficulties she faced in childhood, including bullying at school, being taught to hate herself, abuse and the loss of an older sibling. Not long after teaching herself to play guitar – and giving herself vocal training by singing along to a Diana Ross greatest-hits CD – Niykee began creating her own material and posting covers on YouTube. Her acoustic rendition of Chief Keef’s “Love Sosa” wound up on WorldstarHipHop, and instantly drew interest from a host of record labels.

Niykee made her major label debut with the single “Bad Intentions,” which has since been certified Gold by the RIAA. Migos’ remix of the track appeared on her mixtape, The Bedroom Tour Playlist. Success has not made her immune to adversity, but she’s found a way to cope.

“When I feel like something might break me, it keeps me going to remind myself why I started making music in the first place – just remembering all the girls out there who had tough childhoods, too, and relate to what I’ve been through,” says Niykee. “I want to keep writing songs for those girls, so that they know that someone else understands exactly what they’re feeling.”

Track Listing – Starting Over
1. Mascara
2. Bad Guy
3. Starting Over

Dave East and Styles P “Beloved”

The ongoing saga of explosive East Harlem rapper and story-teller Dave East takes a new turn as he steps into the ring with invincible Yonkers MC Styles P (a Phantom Entertainment artist) for their first collaboration, BELOVED, arriving October 5th via Def Jam Record­­ings/Mass Appeal Records

“Beloved” translates to David, which brings us to our two artists, David Brewster (Dave East) and David Styles (Styles P). “Beloved” in English means dearly loved, highly regarded and admired, which reflects the sentiments of the two Davids in New York City. In this body of work which features production by Chase N. Cashe (Drake, Lil Wayne, Currensy), Scram Jones (Remy Ma, Scarface), and Styles P’s son, Noah Styles (on “Rare Breed”), we hear how the two David’s battle through the goliaths of violence, street politics, drugs and money.

BELOVED tracklisting:

1. Beloved featuring Dyce Payne

2. Its Lit

3. For All My Niggas

4. Shout Out My Hood

5. Don’t Cross Me featuring Jazzy

6. Exotic Shit

7. Do You Know What Time It Is

8. Cut From A Different Cloth

9. Rare Breed

10. We Got Everything

11. In The Jungle featuring Tish Hyman

12. Thots & Models

13. Load My Gun featuring The Lox

James Bay Unveils Acoustic Version of “Just For Tonight”

Three-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated and BRIT Award-winning multiplatinum singer-songwriter James Bay shares an acoustic version of his latest single “Just For Tonight” today.

Continuing a long tradition of soulful and stirring acoustic anthems, the troubadour stripped the song down to its essentials: just guitar and vocals. This sparse arrangement illuminates the power of his instantly recognizable voice and emotionally charged lyrics.

Recently Bay released the official video for the track, featuring behind the scenes looks at life out on the road. Check out the full video for “Just For Tonight” here.

Next up, he resumes the “Electric Light” Tour in North America on March 3rd in Nashville, TN at the legendary Ryman Auditorium, hitting major markets across the U.S., including two nights at New York’s The Beacon Theater on March 12th & 13th and The Wiltern in Los Angeles on March 25th.

Check out the remaining dates here.

Within the past year alone, he has continued to set stages ablaze worldwide. Joined by show judge and legendary singer Alicia Keys, he ignited a fierce and fiery duet of “Us” on the Season Finale of NBC’s The Voice. Watch it HERE. Additionally, he earned the coveted fandom of Taylor Swift after he covered her smash “Delicate, and she approved of the cover via twitter. Finally, he brought the house down at BBC Radio 1’s “Big Weekend” at home across the pond, teaming up with Shawn Mendes for “Mercy” and “Let It Go.” In case you missed it, view HERE. This is all after recently appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and more. Not to mention last night he opened up for The Rolling Stones in London at Twickenham Stadium and joined Mick Jagger onstage for a duet of “Beast of Burden.”  BAY is also featured on blues legend Buddy Guy’s 2018  album The Blues Is Alive And Well on the new song “Blue No More.”

Composed in East London’s Baltic Studios, Bay co-wrote and co-produced Electric Light with longtime friend and collaborator Jon Green and brought onboard Paul Epworth [Adele, Florence and The Machine] to add final production elements to the record. “Wild Love” has already nearly 30 million Spotify streams and its official music video co-stars Natalia Dyer of Stranger Things. Watch the “Wild Love” music video here. “Pink Lemonade” has also raised its hand as a standout and features an “almost” intergalactic music video with a heartwarming twist. See the official “Pink Lemonade” music video here!  In addition, his anthem of unity “Us” has touched hearts across the country and its beautiful video has already reached over 16 million views. Check out the music video here! Most recently “Slide” has been pulling at hearts with its simplicity and message, see video here. Across the globe Bay has earned widespread critical acclaim from NME, Forbes, Harpers Bazaar, Time, GQ UK, Rolling Stone, People, Clash, Billboard, and performed on Saturday Night Live and Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Check out Electric Light Here!

Trippie Redd Releases Debut Album

“Trippie Redd has shown fans he can do it all. From singing over hard-hitting rock sounds to making laid-back melodic raps and spitting ferocious bars, the rhymer proves he’s got the right formula to be hip-hop’s next big superstar.” – XXL

Multi-platinum Canton, OH, rapper and singer Trippie Redd releases his new album: Life’s A Trip” which includes his latest track “Taking A Walk” produced by Scott Storch (10K Projects/Caroline).

LISTEN HERE

On his own terms, 19-year old Trippie Redd has impacted hip-hop culture being named rap’s next Rockstar by XXL, Mass Appeal, Pigeons & Planes, and Noisey. In addition to generating 1.2 billion-plus streams, he was named Spotify “Rise Artist,” “Artist to Watch” by Rolling Stone, and landed on the cover of the 2018 XXL Freshman Class.

“Singing real shit that people all over the world can relate to timeless,” says Trippie. “Timeless music literally is a concept I can live on.”

His singles “love scars” and “Dark Night Dummo” [feat. Travis Scott] are RIAA certified platinum. His songs “Poles 1469” and “Bust Down” are certified gold. He has collaborated with everyone from Travis Scott, Diplo, Julia Michaels, Lil Yachty, D.R.A.M., Alison Wonderland, Rising and Rich The Kid.

Trippie’s breakout mixtapes “A Love Letter To You” and “A Love Letter To You 2.” hit the stratosphere in 2017. Praised for his lyrics as well as his style, he chronicles love and heartbreak from the streets and experience. Trippie became serious upon becoming a rapper upon encouragement from his older brother. Trippie Redd would later get a scar tattoo on his face to honor him after died in road accident in 2014 –pushing Trippie to work harder on his music. He grew up being raised by his single-parent mother (his father was incarcerated since Trippie’s birth). “Life’s A Trip” continues to share Trippie’s eccentrically-wild world as seen through Trippie’s eyes. He finds influences from Gorillaz, Erykah Badu, Drake, Marilyn Manson, Tupac, Nirvana, and Lil Wayne (among others).

Tracklist:

1. Together

2. Taking A Walk

3. Wish (Trippie Mix)

4. Missing My Idols

5. Forever Ever ft. Young Thug & Reese Laflare

6. Bird Shit

7. BANG!

8. How You Feel

9. Dark Knight Dummo ft. Travis Scott

10. UKA UKA

11. Shake It Up

12. Oomps Revenge

13. Gore

14. Underwater FlyZone

YG Releases New Album

YG RELEASES NEW ALBUM STAY DANGEROUS!

LISTEN HERE: https://YG.lnk.to/StayDangerous

YG TO PERFORM STAY DANGEROUS LIVE AT ALBUM RELEASE CONCERT & 4HUNNID FASHION SHOW ON AUG.5

BUY TICKETS HERE

STAY DANGEROUS TRACKLIST
1. 10 TIMES
2. BULLETPROOF (FEAT. JAY 305)
3. HANDGUN (FEAT. A$AP ROCKY)
4. SUU WHOOP
5. CANT GET IN KANADA
6. TOO COCKY
7. BIG BANK (FEAT. 2 CHAINZ & BIG SEAN & NICKI MINAJ)
8. POWER (FEAT. TY DOLLA $IGN)
9. SLAY (FEAT. QUAVO)
10. 666 (FEAT. YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN)
11. TOO BRAZY (FEAT. MOZZY)
12. PUSSY MONEY FAME
13. DEEPER THAN RAP
14. FREE THE HOMIES INTERLUDE
15. BOMPTOWN FINEST

‪Fetty Wap’s Artwork & Tracklist for ‬ BRUCE WAYNE ‪Mixtape‬

[June 6, 2018] Grammy-nominated artist, Fetty Wap is gearing up for the release of his newest mixtape, Bruce Wayne coming this Thursday, June 7th, which is also Fetty’s birthday. In anticipation of the 11-track project, fans can pre-save the mixtape. The “Trap Queen” rapper also wanted to share the Bruce Wayne tracklist and artwork. Pre-Order Now [Click]

The Bruce Wayne artwork features the tombstones of Fetty’s grandparents, who have played an extremely important part in shaping his character and teaching him the importance of giving back. Identifying with the charitable efforts of ‘Batman,’ Fetty Wap has dedicated this chapter of his career to giving back to his community of Paterson, NJ. Recently, Fetty gave thousands of gift-cards away at a local grocery store during Easter and hosted a turkey drive this past Thanksgiving. Bruce Wayne‘s release comes shortly after the nation-wide For My Fans Tour and the third installment of the For My Fans IIImixtape.

Be sure to look out for Fetty Wap’s Bruce Wayne mixtape Thursday, June 7th on all streaming platforms at 12AM/EST.

Bruce Wayne Tracklist

1. Bruce Wayne [Intro]

2. So Different

3. Strawberry Kush

4. Look At Me

5. Bruce Wayne

6. All For You

7. Star Strucj

8. Westin

9. What We Do

10. Wavy

11. Hit Some Corners

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