Required Listening: Romeo Santos Featuring Drake – “Odio”

Aye Champán Papi.

Drake is already a well-established international superstar, but this morning he’s making Latin listeners feel a bit more love with an appearance on Romeo Santos’ new single, “Odio.”

The latest offering from one of Latin music’s biggest names, “Odio” is a sensual pop song that would be worthy of mention with or without an appearance from Young Money‘s Canadian hitmaker. Romeo has a voice like no other, and it is paired with a groove that cannot be denied, even if you do not understand the language. You can stream the song below.

The verse Drake adds …

Protest The Hero

AWESOME: Protest the Hero Release Lyric Video for “Clarity”

Lyric videos are generally kind of boring. There, I said it. What do most of these videos bring to the table that lyrics in the “About” section on YouTube doesn’t already do? The answer is nothing.

That being said, Canadian progressive metal band Protest the Hero released a new lyric video today on AltPress for their new song, “Clarity,” that is completely awesome. While some would probably say that this is more of a music video than a lyric video, both the scenes being played out and the lyrics running across the screen are necessary to fully appreciate what Protest …

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Rick Ross Dropped By Reebok In Light Of Rape Lyric Incident

We’ve already reported on Rick Ross‘ (weak) apology on the matter earlier last week, but it looks like the world has yet to forgive the Miami rapper for his actions.

The problem revolves around the following lyrics, which were used in one of his recent singles, “U.O.E.N.O” that go: “put Molly all up in her champagne, she ain’t even know it, I took her home and I enjoyed that, she ain’t even know it.”

Smart stuff to say over the radio, right?

Since then, Ross hasn’t given any further comments on the matter, while receiving hate from …


Conditions Release Lyric Video For New Song “Love Elusive”

Richmond, VA rockers Conditions have released their lyric video for the brand new song “Love Elusive.”

This song will come off of the band’s forthcoming release, Full Of War, dropping in stores on March 26 via Good Fight Music / eOne Music.

Be sure to pick up your pre-order of Conditions Full Of War right here on iTunes. Did you enjoy this new material from the band as much as we did? Let UTG know by commenting.


LYRIC VIDEO: Carridale – “Dragging the Coast”

Our friends over at Property of Zack premiered Alabama pop-punk band Carridale’s new lyric video for their song “Dragging the Coast” which comes off of their new EP The Wandering. The Wandering comes out on May 1st on Bandcamp, and you can pre-order it here. Carridale is still relatively new to the scene, but they have a really cool sound that fans of different styles of pop punk can all appreciate.

To view the new lyric video, check PoZ’s stream here, and make sure you let UTG know what you think of Carridale’s new song!

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LYRIC VIDEO: What Happened In Vegas – Keep Me Away From You (Demo)

Michigan natives What Happened In Vegas released a brand new lyric video for their demo “Keep Me Away From You” and can be viewed right here on Under The Gun!

These guys continue to impress us with their energetic blend of hooks, guitar playing, and Aaron’s constantly-changing vocal presence. No word on where this song will end up or if there is a new album on the way but we will keep you in the loop.

Click through the jump to listen to the demo of “Keep Me Away From You” and stay tuned for more updates on What Happened …


LYRIC VIDEO: Zomboy – Organ Donor

Dubstep’s up-and-coming scene has been pretty active and tons of new artists are emerging every single day. One of UTG’s new favorites is Zomboy AKA
Joshua Mellody, hailing from Penzance Cornwall. He blends an incredible amount of Dubstep with electronic, dance and glitch, while keeping it completely original.

On his latest EP, entitled Game Time, his track “Organ Donor” takes a monstrous approach to the beat and transforms it into a heavy-hitting dupstep sonic-scape. You have to listen to understand what exactly I mean.

Take a look at the lyric video for “Organ Donor” and enjoy right here. Be …


LYRIC VIDEO: Aiden – Broken Bones

It’s getting close and closer to the October 24 release date of Aiden‘s forthcoming album Some Kind Of Hate and fans are getting anxious. The band is giving everyone an awesome gift tonight with their new lyric video for the song “Broken Bones.”

Be sure to catch Aiden supporting Black Veil Brides on their upcoming tour in November with friends Falling In Reverse and Drive A. The full list of touring dates can be seen by clicking here.

Now go and watch the lyric video and give us your opinion!

Trivium posts lyric video for “Built To Fall”

Trivium have released their official lyric video for “Built To Fall.” The clip can be seen by clicking right here. This track comes off of their highly anticipated August 9 release of In Waves via Roadrunner Records. Watch the video and let us know what you think of it by commenting.

Arsonists Get All The Girls premiere lyric video

Arsonists Get All The Girls have premiered their lyric video for the song “Will Someone Please Turn Down The Ocean?” that can be seen right here on Under The Gun. This song comes off of the group’s latest release, Motherland, which is now in stores through Century Media Records.

Mark Hoppus posts lyrics for new blink-182 song

Mark Hoppus recently posted a sheet of lyrics he has written for a new blink-182 song on his Facebook profile. He admittedly is excited to have conquered his writer’s block, and says that, “Writer’s block can suck it!!!” Check out the freshly written words below.

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Lyric video: The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus “Reap”

Watch the lyric video for The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus‘ new single “Reap” right here. Let us know what you think of it.

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