Danielle Bradbery Unveils New Single “Goodbye Summer” with Thomas Rhett

Country music songstress Danielle Bradbery has unveiled her new single “Goodbye Summer” with multi-Platinum artist and friend Thomas Rhett. The foot-tapping ode to short-lived romance is available at all digital retailers now and will impact country radio on Monday, August 27.

The bittersweet mid-tempo song is a reimagining of “Hello Summer” off Bradbery’s sophomore album I Don’t Believe We’ve Met (BMLG Records), now with an added male perspective.

Thomas Rhett, who wrote the original rendition alongside Rhett Akins, Julian Bunetta and the Cadillac Three’s Jaren Johnston, joins Bradbery on the track Taste of Country calls a “breezy pop-infused song tinged with heartbreak, [which] paints a romantic but realistic picture of the ups and downs of love that comes with an expiration date.”

Sophie Colette Shares “That Kind Of Love” Single Via CelebMix | Playing Degraw Fest Brooklyn 2018

CelebMix has shared the brand new single, “That Kind Of Love,” from Brooklyn singer, Sophie Colette. They praised the track, calling it “an uplifting groove framed by harmonic vocals and percussive elements to create a truly mesmerising sound” She is playing this Saturday at Degraw Fest in Brooklyn, NY. Stay tuned for more music from Sophie Colette.

EXCLUSIVE: Premiere of Sophie Colette’s ‘That Kind Of Love’

Radkey Releases a Music Video for “Basement”

Rock ‘n’ roll trio Radkey released a music video for their single “Basement” today via RED MUSIC. The self-directed and self-produced video is an old-school rock dream, capturing an intimate basement jam session by the band of brothers. Not your typical performance music video, “Basement” was filmed from various perspectives of the bands’ feline friends.


Hip hop heads should start marking FXXXXY (pronounced “Foxy”) as an artist and producer to watch as he releases his newest single, “Need U” featuring Gunna via Rule #1/Interscope Records. The self-produced track delivers swift-melodic rap before flowing into a pleading chorus which begs its listener to not make promises that can’t be kept. Staying true to his murky underground sound, “Need U” is FXXXXY’s first summer release.

Jon Batiste Releases Moving Video for “Don’t Stop”

Jon Batiste dropped a breathtaking visual to his single “Don’t Stop”, directed by himself and Marissa Mullen on the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. The nearly four-minute dance number is covered in one continuous shot; the camera glides smoothly in and out from featured dancer and choreographer Alicia Graf Mack, Director of Dance at the famed Juilliard school of the arts. The empowering lyrics of “Don’t Stop” (written by Jon Batiste and Steve McEwan) match Mack’s light yet powerful movements, which affirm the song’s universal theme, Don’t stop dreamin’, don’t stop believin’.


Multi-platinum hip-hop group, Cypress Hill, is pleased to announce the release of their highly-anticipated ninth studio album, Elephants on Acid, on September 28th. Elephants on Acid is the band’s first full-length record in eight years and marks their newly inked partnership with BMG.


Today, multi-platinum and Grammy nominated hip-hop sensation Iggy Azalea releases her first EP in four years, Survive the Summer with a guest feature from chart-topping recording artist, Wiz Khalifa and producer Smash David. The 6-track pack is a return to Iggy’s early mixtape sounds with bangers like “OMG” feat. Wiz Khalifa, a standout track on the project.


To date, Kid Ink has sold over 11 million singles worldwide since his 2014 major label debut album, My Own Lane (Tha Alumni Music Group/88 Classic/RCA Records) entered at #1 on Billboard’s Rap Albums chart, #2 on Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart and #3 on both the Top 200 and Top Digital Albums charts, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The album’s hit single “Show Me” is RIAA-certified double platinum in the US, gold in Australia and Canada. The single held the record for the most weeks at #1 on the Rap Airplay chart for 18 weeks and was the #1 airplay record at Rhythmic radio for 2014 making Ink the #2 airplay artist at that format behind Chris Brown. Ink’s follow-up single, “Main Chick,” is certified platinum and was the most added song at Urban Mainstream radio at the time of release. The videos for both aforementioned songs were viewed over 217 million times with “Show Me” garnering VEVO certified status crossing 179 million views.

Ben Katzman’s DeGreaser Announces New Album ‘Quarter Life Crisis,’

Ben Katzman’s DeGreaser has announced a new album, Quarter Life Crisis, due out on October 12th. Produced by Colleen Green, it’s full of ripping guitar solos and clever, relatable lyrics, pairing Katzman’s love for all things rock ‘n’ roll with the belief that the only way to be cool is to be yourself.

CMDWN Share ATLANADA 2, a Genre-Bending New Project

Combining the gauzy and melodic music of Toronto with the aggressive ATL trap sound, CMDWN Collective are masters of late-night vibes. Embracing the diversity and cultural exchange that makes their collaboration possible, ATLANADA 2, the new album from the duo comprised of Ca$tro Guapo and FIJI, is a stylish synthesis of CMDWN’s appeal, providing a soundtrack for the turn-up or the waning hours of a night out. Hosting previously-released tracks like the skeletal “Strong,” and the popular Nessly collab “Die In Supreme,” which has over 2 million streams, the project finds Atlanta rapper Ca$tro Guapo and Toronto singer FIJI blending styles from their respective hometowns into a fresh new cocktail. Featuring additional appearances from Chief Keef, Key!, Nessly, Killy, Pressa, and Lil Berete, and production from WondaGurl, 1k, VillaBeatz, Dnny Phntm, and more, ATLANADA 2 arrives via eOne Music Worldwide.


Dashboard Confessional has shared “KindaYeahSorta,” a brand-new single which is streaming now along with a lyric video on Fueled By Ramen’s official YouTube channel. Available at all DSPs, “KindaYeahSorta” was originally tracked during sessions for Dashboard Confessional’s 2018 LP Crooked Shadows.

Ganz Flexes Unparalleled Style on “I’ll Be Gone”

Fresh off summer 2018 gigs at Hurricane Festival and Southside Festival in Germany, GANZ continues his global takeover as he gears up to release Skin In The Game. “I’ll Be Gone” follows recent singles, “Slippin’ (feat Cut_),” which was rinsed by Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1, and “Let’s Fly Away (feat. LUNA MAY),” which Complex claimed is “possibly his darkest [song] yet” but “is still perfectly suited to filling dancefloors in any club.” These singles represent a sonic evolution in GANZ’s production and provide a glimpse into the musical depth and modular metamorphosis of the forthcoming EP.

PREMIERE: GANZ Releases Anthem Of The Summer With “I’ll Be Gone”

Hey! Cheshire just released a new EP, “Take the Cake” on Lowtemp, Out Now!

Cheshire has always found his solace in producing funky electronic music and made a remarkable impact on the electronic bass music scene, mixing live elements of funk and soul along with tight synthesized bassline and drum production. Back in 2008 he experimented with dubstep and released the number one selling EP, “Punk”, on Rottun Records.

YNW Melly Drops ‘I Am You’ Project & “Murder On My Mind” Music Video    

YNW Melly is the next rising star out of Florida, who just dropped his newest project, I Am You and a video for his hit record, “Murder On My Mind.”

Melly joins the latest wave of melodic gangsta rap. Less than a year into music, the 19 year-old has accumulated over 62 million views on YouTube. Stands out tracks such as: “Murder On My Mind,” “Virtual,” and “Melly the Menace” has shot Melly to the forefront of Florida rap and caught the attention of The Fader, Hot New Hip-Hop, Elevator, and many more.


The dynamic nature of the music aligns with his rather unbelievable story. Long before his emergence as Brother Leo, mom forced her son born Ola to participate in boys’ choir and take piano lessons when all he “really cared about was football.” At only 17, he played professional soccer for former UEFA-cup team Trelleborgs FF. After singing during a school function, friends clamored for him to audition for Pop Idol. Despite his reluctance, he ended up landing a deal in his native Sweden as a result. Unlocking a quirky, clever, and catchy signature style, Ola achieved a string of number ones off the back of his Swedish debut before making his bones as an in-demand songwriter with cuts for gnash, Hailee Steinfeld, Akon, and more under his given name. He assumed the identity of Brother Leo in 2018 and began writing and recording with Mark Ralph [Clean Bandit, Years & Years, Jax Jones], Coffee [Rihanna, Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber], Dan Grech [Lana Del Rey, Liam Gallagher, George Ezra], and more.

Will Hoge “Silence Couldn’t Be A Part Of My Deal Anymore” -“Gilded Walls” from MY AMERICAN DREAM Out October 5

Nashville singer/songwriter Will Hoge turns a critical eye on politicians on his newest track, “Gilded Walls” out today. The song is featured on Hoge’s politically-charged upcoming release My American Dream, out October 5.

The Band of Heathens Share New Track “Heaven Help Us All,” to Release Tribute To Ray Charles “A Message From The People Revisited” on September 14th

The Band of Heathens have shared a new track, “Heaven Help Us All.” The song premiered on Popmatters who writes, “On ‘Heaven Help Us All’, The Band of Heathens create a warm, soulful, gospel sound that feels like the big hug we all need right about now.” The song is the 2nd single from the group’s ambitious new project: a re-envisioning of Ray Charles’ 1972 album A Message From The People, in its entirety. The band chose to re-record the often forgotten album because of its moving commentary on social justice, abuse-of-power, and its vision for a stronger, more-unified America.

San Holo Releases “worthy” / “lift me from the ground” Ahead Of album1 Tour

Recording artist, DJ, guitar player and singer, San Holo today announced the double release of two tracks: ‘worthy’ / ‘lift me from the ground’ which both premiered yesterday with Billboard. The outlet states; “”worthy” represents a gentler sonic approach, “lift me from the ground” plays dexterously with hard and soft.” The official tracks are available on all streaming platforms today, and have been accompanied by a music video for ‘worthy’.

STATE OF MINE Release Official Music Video for Newest Single, “What Hurts the Most”

Michigan based hardcore rock band STATE OF MINE has released the Official Music Video for “What Hurts the Most,” which was produced and directed by Drake Whelton at White Knuckle Films.

No Small Children Drop Music Video for “I’m So Concerned”

A noir visual counterpart to their dark ballad, No Small Children drop an honest, emotional music video for “I’m So Concerned” off their latest album, What Do The Kids Say? The video captures the collective worry of the three school teachers turned rockers regarding the harsh reality students are facing today. The video can be seen on the band’s YouTube channel.