The aftermath of a national tragedy knows no bounds, especially as far as pop culture is concerned. Multiple television programs were cancelled or delayed, and now it seems the pop charts have been shaken up as a result as well. “Die Young,” the seemingly inescapable single from Ke$ha, has been pulled from numerous stations across the country following the massacre in Newtown, CT last week. According to mediabase, the song was at #3 nationwide on Friday, reaching roughly 167 million listeners. By Saturday, airplay dropped by 3 million listeners, and as of yesterday the total reach had slid all the …
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Oh man, just when you think Juicy J is going to take a break from the spotlight he comes back swinging harder than ever.
Juice previewed the stream of his heavy new single “Show Out”, which features Young Jeezy and Detroit’s own Big Sean. There is nothing better than a song that makes you feel like you are in a club setting. Take the radio rip of “Show Out” for a couple spins through the jump and let Under The Gun Review know if Juicy J did it big on this single. We think the official stream will pack serious …
Christina Aguilera returned to America’s pop culture radar in 2011 through reality television, and now it’s time for her to return to the charts (maybe). Serving as the lead single to her forthcoming album Lotus, “Your Body” hits stores next week and packs one hell of a bang. This track is a straight-up dance song, with Christina’s undeniable vocals ripping through the beat, but I’m not sure pop fans will necessarily be wowed. Decide for yourself, after the jump.
We have not seen a lyric sheet for “Your Body” as of yet, but what the hell does it mean …
Prog-metal princes, Coheed and Cambria, debuted their new song, “Domino: The Destitute” yesterday on the alternative radio station, 89X. The track comes off of the group’s forthcoming sixth studio album, The Afterman: Ascension. The quality of the stream is not the highest, but it certainly is not the lowest either. Give “Domino: The Destitute” a spin after the jump.
Check out the The Afterman: Ascension‘s artwork and pre-order details here. The album drops on October 9.
Go Radio started off their tour right last night by performing a brand new song, “What If You Don’t,” at the Emerson Theatre in Indianapolis. This song can be seen by simply heading through the jump. Please be sure to comment with your thoughts!
Please check out all of the released touring dates for the Lucky Street Tour, featuring direct support from This Providence, Tonight Alive, Simple As Surgery, Ivory Lights and Tyler Carter right here. Are you planning on attending a date or two of this run?
Shade 45 was graced by Bow Wow’s presence on the Sway In The Morning show today, where he was put through DJ Wonder’s epic 5 Fingers Of Death freestyle session.
Always one to step up to a challenge, Bow accepts rips these beats to shreds. Click through to listen, download the freestyle, and let UTG know what you think!
Idobi radio has picked up two new reoccurring voices for a Friday time slot that I couldn’t be more excited about. This afternoon, Bayside vocalist Anthony Raneri and Bassist Nick Ghanbarian have announced their brand new radio program, Gumshoe Radio.
Beginning Friday, November 18th from 7 to 9pm EST, you can tune in on idobiradio.com and listen to these two New York rockers talk about a variety of entertainment subjects. They will play music from who they think are the hottest up and comers as well as their personal favorites.
I’ve listened to Raneri talk about the industry before …
The November 15 release of Childish Gambino’s debut album Camp is fast approaching and today UTG is excited to post the stream/download of a new album cut.
“Heartbeat” premiered on Hot97 last night and the internet is already buzzing with conversation. Featuring a club-ready beat, fuzzy bass line, and swift flow, this track showcases a side of Camp that has yet to be heard. You can stream, download, and enjoy the track for yourself after the jump.
Many of you may have read it already, but if not, click here to read our review of Camp. If you love …
We have fallen even more in love with Patrick Stump than we thought possible. He’s not only overcome his emo days, but his reinvention has supplied the masses with some of the year’s most unique and catchy pop songs.
Recently, Patrick was doing a radio interview when the DJ requested he cover Montell Jordan’s “This Is How We Do.” Stump obliged and thanks to cell phone cameras, you can see (and hear) the goods below!
Though he’s remained an icon of modern comedy, Dave Chappelle has spent the majority of recent years out of the spotlight. He’s done many shows, some planned and some apparently on the fly, but he’s chosen to remain quiet on the public platform for reasons few understand or discuss.
Recently, Chappelle broke his lengthy silence by appearing on San Francisco’s Wild 94.9 FM to explain the recent incident in Florida and discuss his career as a whole. You can view the interview below.
Hopefully this is a sign of Chappelle’s rumored return to the mainstream. We’re sure it will never …