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Skott - Mermaid

The first track penned under her moniker of Skott, the Swedish artist brings us her second track of 2017, with the artistry of mermaid. 154 more words


July 19 Represents a Beginning and an End for Elvis Presley

The date is July 19, 1954, and SUN releases the debut record of 19-year-old Elvis Presley. Produced by Sam Phillips, the single consists of “That’s All Right” backed with “Blue Moon of Kentucky.” Elvis, who in childhood dreamed of being “the hero of the comic book,” begins his adventure. 157 more words

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Single Review: "Woman" by Kesha

If you thought that Kesha was slaying the world with “Praying,” you haven’t seen anything yet because the song we’ve been waiting for weeks. It was leaked then hidden from the world but now it’s here! 312 more words


Single Review: "Praying" by Kesha

I’m going to try to remain neutral but Kesha is back and pretty much slayed the universe all in one day. Kesha released a new song and gave a release date for her album all in one day. 447 more words


REVIEW: 'Future Friends – Part One' by Superfruit


Future Friends – Part One 

Artist… Superfruit

Genre… Pop

Label… RCA Records

Release date… Friday 30th June 2017

Brand-spanking-new power-duo, Superfruit, have finally released a full-length, 7 track EP after dropping a couple of songs on their YouTube channel last year, and then announcing the release of their debut album a couple of weeks a go. 419 more words


Alicia Keys hits the studio with Foy Vance for new collaboration

Alicia Keys has teamed up with Foy Vance for a new collaboration.

The Northern-Irish singer/songwriter’s resume boasts previous works with Plan B (“In the Name of Man”), Rag’n’Bone Man (“Odetta”), Ed Sheeran (“Nancy Mulligan”), Rudimental (“Never Let You Go”), Miranda Lambert (“Pushing Time”) and Sawyer Fredericks (“Bittersweet”). 92 more words

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Elvis' Back

Everyone knows the iconic cover to Elvis Presley’s debut LP, but what few may recognize, outside of those who own, is its subtle back cover. Released on RCA in 1956, I present to you, for the first time on this site, Elvis Presley’s debut self titled back cover art. Disregard the purple pen scribbles.