Check out the premiere of Justin Bieber‘s latest video for Beauty And A Beat featuring Nicki Minaj! The track serves as the third official single off his third studio album Believe, available in stores now. Earlier this week, the 18-year-old teen superstar claimed that his laptop was stolen at a concert in Washington. The alleged thief was threatening to release footage from his computer, but it appears as though it was all an elaborate PR stunt. Instead of “leaked” footage, fans have been treated to the “Beauty and a Beat” video.
This song will get stuck in your head! It’s this week’s Throwback Thursday (just in case you missed it!)
It’s actually a sample from the Andrew Oldham Orchestra arrangement of a Rolling Stones song called The Last Time.The Verve used it in their hit Bitter Sweet Symphony. This song became the lead single from their album Urban Hymns, which was released in 1997, and went on to become one of the best selling albums ever in the UK. Click [here] for more info!
Although Bond might not be having his classic “shaken not stirred” drink during the new Skyfall movie, we will get to hear a new theme song that screams classic Bond. Thank you Adele for getting us excited yet again!
We’ve been all over Alt-J since they crossed the pond, and we’re really glad that others are taking notice too- including Mumford & Sons, whom just recently performed a cover of “Tessellate” on BBC Radio 1.
For more on the track and both of the bands, click [here]!
Wiz Khalifa is just a few short months away from releasing his hugely anticipated follow up to the debut album Rolling Papers. The new album O.N.I.F.C. (an acronym for Only Nigga in First Class or on the edited version One Night in First Class) will hit stores on December 4th and will include this brand new single Remember You featuring Toronto’s own The Weeknd.
Green Day’s new album ¡Uno! is set to release later today and in anticipation, the band has released the official video for the track “Stay The Night” off of the album. It’s a very simple video that features Billie Joe Armstrong and his longtime band mates Mike Dirnt and Trés Cool play through the song during, what seems to be, rehearsal.