Rihanna Has Reportedly Accumulated Over 500 Songs for Her Upcoming Dancehall Album: ‘They’re Only Choosing 10 Records’

A new Rihanna album is on the way!

According to a new report from Rolling Stone, Rih has been hard at work crafting the sound of her upcoming dancehall-inspired album and has amassed over 500 songs in the process.

A Vogue profile first mentioned that Rihanna was working on a dancehall album back in May.

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It’s common for stars at Rihanna’s level to cull the best demos from reams of submissions when selecting songs for albums. “[Rihanna’s team] have, no lie, 500 records for this project [from] different producers and writers,” explains one dancehall producer who asked to remain anonymous. “They’re only choosing 10 records. They’ve been having writing camps and trying to keep them quiet for almost a year and a half now. I’ve been flying to Miami, flying to L.A., cutting records nonstop for this project.”

“Every artist, every producer, every songwriter in Jamaica or of Jamaican descent has been working on [Rihanna’s album] and has little snippets of publishing or production credits on it,” another source close to the project says. “I think they’ve got eight songs,” he continues, “but her A&R is still asking for records.” “They’re looking for one more [song],” adds a third source with knowledge of the album-making process.

Through a rep, Rihanna declined to comment on the new album.

If Rihanna’s team likes a submission, they will do “some tweaking,” according to a second producer. “I didn’t even get the final [version of the song I turned in],” the producer adds. “I got the semi-final, and then I got the contracts. They ask my opinions, but you wouldn’t expect Rihanna to work with people that don’t do good work – they did some good work on it.”

But another producer who submitted material for the album worries the star is diluting the Caribbean aspects of the music. “Their whole thing was, ‘Yo, we’re gonna make this [album] real dancehall, [real] Caribbean,’” says the producer. “Rihanna is Bajan, so let’s make this a full project like that. To me, it hasn’t been going that way. They’re kind of mixing it up, putting in the pop. If the reggae artists and producers won’t get the chance on the pop album, at least let us survive on the dancehall album. They’re changing up the direction continuously.“

Our bodies are READY! You can read more about Rihanna’s album process here.

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God’s Plan? Drake Makes History With 7 Of The Top Ten Songs On Billboard

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NEW YORK (AP) — Drake officially owns the Billboard charts, where seven of his songs currently sit in the Top 10.

All 25 tracks from Drake’s ultra-popular “Scorpion” album, released on June 29, are on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

His former No. 1 hit, “Nice for What,” returns to the top of the chart, while “Nonstop” debuts at No. 2. Drake’s other songs in the Top 10 are “God’s Plan,” ”In My Feelings,” ”I’m Upset,” ”Emotionless” and “Don’t Matter to Me,” which includes previously recorded vocals from Michael Jackson.

Drake’s new feat breaks the Beatles’ 1964 record, when five of their songs reached the Top 10 in the same week.

Overall, Drake has 31 Top 10 hits, tied with Rihanna. They only trail behind The Beatles (34) and Madonna (38).

“Scorpion” sold 732,171 equivalent albums — based off album sales and streams — to debut at No. 1 on Billboard’s 200 albums chart. The album earned a record-setting 745.9 million on-demand audio streams and is his eighth No. 1 album on the chart.

Since 2009 Drake has launched 186 songs on the Hot 100 chart. He is second to the cast of “Glee,” which has had 207 songs enter the chart.

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The PMRC’s ‘Filthy 15’ Pop Songs Are Now a Profane Celebration of Free Expression

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Recently, a theatrical modern musical composition called The Filthy 15 debuted in London at the Barbican, a venue known for its edgy events and performances. From what I saw of it online it looked a bit tedious and dull, but the idea of the piece is profound and inspired, and anyway it’s coming to the U.S. and Canada, and hopefully will be better rendered when it gets here.

The Filthy 15 is the creation of Canadian Gen X’er Nicole Lizée (pronounced Lee-zay), who grew up in the dawn of MTV with the appropriate pre-teenage angst required of a 12-year-old in 1985, and was disturbed by that year’s U.S. Senate hearings on rock-music lyrics.

The title refers to the original notorious list of 15 songs held up as examples of the sort of toxic lyrics kids were being exposed to. The hearings, which carried the full and serious weight of potential legislation against popular music, were themselves inappropriately instigated by Tipper Gore and Susan Baker, spouses of Sens. Al and James respectively, and two other prominent Washingtonian better halves, Pam Howar and Sally Nevius. The four horsey-class women of the threatened cultural Apocalypse formed an association called the Parents Music Resource Center (better known as PMRC), which sounded far loftier and more solid and thoughtful, and less barmy, than it really was.

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Drake is back with a vengeance on Scorpion, the Toronto rapper’s first output since last year’s blockbuster More Life. Florence + the Machine once again bestows on listeners a gift of an album, full of ethereal sentiments and her mesmerizing voice. Bayli busts out with a debut single that’s as confident and unapologetic as it is catchy. Liz Huett, a former Taylor Swift backing singer, has plenty of things to say for herself — and in perfect pop style, tinged with humor. And indie favorite Mitski finds a disco groove on new single “Nobody” off of her upcoming album, making a beautifully exasperated case for being alone.


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Review Roundup: What Did the Critics Think of SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD at City Center?

Opening the 2018 Off-Center season running through June 30, is Songs for a New World- the first musical from three-time Tony Award-winner Jason Robert Brown. This powerful collection of songs examines life, love, and the choices ordinary people make when faced with extraordinary moments. From the deck of a 1492 Spanish sailing ship to the ledge of a Fifth Avenue high-rise, each character faces a new world which follows the unique challenge they encounter.
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Demi Lovato surprise-releases a heartbreaking ballad about addiction and mistakes, “Sober,” that tugs at heartstrings. Paul McCartney returns with a new single that will have old fans waxing nostalgic, and new fans eager to rediscover the Beatles discography. Boy band PRETTYMUCH get a bit of that Ed Sheeran magic on their breezy new song “Summer on You.” Singer-rapper Bryce Vine offers up some swagger in the form of song on “On the Ball.” And Cheat Codes teams up with Little Mix for an EDM bop.


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What Songs Would Make the Cut of Your ’90s R&B ‘Love Is’ Spotify Playlist?

In honor of the new show, Love Is____, which premiered last night on OWN, and following suit of the creators, Mara Brock Akil, Salim Akil, and Oprah Winfrey herself, here is a list of our top 10 ’90s R&B songs (and ones from the early ’00s) that would make our overly indulgent Spotify playlist.

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Michele Weaver (Illicit) and Will Catlett (Black Lightning) star in OWN’s new romantic drama Love Is__, from award-winning producers Mara Brock Akil (Girlfriends, Being Mary Jane, The Game) and Salim Akil (Black Lightning). According to a recent press release, the show is set primarily in 1990s Los Angeles against the backdrop of Black Hollywood. Love Is__ follows Nuri (Michele Weaver) and Yasir (Will Catlett), a couple from seemingly opposite worlds, as they chase their dreams and learn to follow their hearts.

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Told from the perspective of the couple’s present-day selves, the romantic drama also revisits the social issues and vibrant black culture of that time reflecting on how it all aligned to shape the couple they have become nearly 20 years later—a power couple navigating a complex set of social codes while also balancing successful careers and a beautiful family. Drawing inspiration from creators Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil’s own relationship journey, the series explores the highs, the lows, and the magic of falling (and staying) in love.

The OWN show made its debut on Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET. In case you missed the first episode, or the trailer that reeked of ’90s nostalgia, Brownstone’s “If You Love Me” led us back down memory lane.

Now it’s your turn. What R&B songs from that era would be on your playlist?

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The 18 Best Songs for a Father’s Day Playlist

 

It’s that time for the kids to make a breakfast of burnt toast and runny eggs for dear ole’ dad and serve it to him in bed. After the meal is consumed (or possibly hidden under the bed when the kids aren’t looking), Dad is presented with a homemade card or maybe even the world’s ugliest tie that he will only wear in your wildest dreams. A cool father will pretend to like all of those gifts but what he may enjoy more is a playlist of songs that affirm how important he is in every child’s life.

Here are a few great songs to help launch your own special Daddy’s Day playlist.

COLOR HIM FATHER – THE WINSTONS

 

This million-selling song told the story of a stepfather who became a real father to his wife’s children. It was the only chart hit (No. 2 for five weeks on the R&B singles chart in 1969) for the Washington, D.C. based band that featured Richard Lewis Spencer’s unique lead vocals. He also won a Grammy Award in the category of Best Rhythm & Blues Song for writing it.

DANCE WITH MY FATHER – LUTHER VANDROSS

 

Vandross co-wrote (with pop star Richard Marx) this sentimental song about seeing his father dance with his mother when he was a child. His father died of diabetes when the singer was seven years old. Sadly, Vandross suffered a major stroke weeks after finishing the song and was unable to promote it when it was released to radio in 2003. It still became a Grammy Award-winning No. 1 hit. Vandross died in 2005.

PAPA WAS A ROLLINGSTONE – THE TEMPTATIONS

 

Dennis Edwards’ fiery roar, Damon Harris’ sweet falsetto, and a relentless bass line define this psychedelic mantra about a father who was largely missing in action but was still something of a hero to his son nonetheless.

 

JUST THE TWO OF US – WILL SMITH

 

To the beat of Bill Withers and Grover Washington Jr.’s classic “Just The Two of Us,” Will Smith raps about his relationship with his first son, Trey.

STILL, MY FATHER – BRYAN ANDREW WILSON

 

The young gospel legend shares the once-uneasy relationship with his own absentee-but-now-back-in-his-life father on this 2005 Urban AC meditation.

DADDY LESSONS – BEYONCÉ

 

Queen Bey shows that before Jay-Z, her first King was Daddy, Matthew Knowles. She reverentially sings that he “made a soldier out of me” and “taught me to be strong.” Spotify doesn’t have rights to stream Beyoncé’s solo version, so we’ve added her Dixie Chicks collaboration to the listening. It’s equally powerful as a country song.

 

YOUR DADDY LOVES YOU – GIL SCOTT-HERON

 

One of the most militant and politically observant musicians of the 1970s, Gil Scott-Heron showed a very tender side on this whimsical homage to one of his daughters. Sadly, the original 1974 version with the eerie piccolo appears to be out of print but Spotify has a live version of it that we include in our playlist.

 

WIND BENEATH MY WINGS – GERALD & EDDIE LEVERT

 

The O’Jays’ Eddie Levert and his equally famous first born, Gerald, turned in a powerfully riveting performance on this 1995 re-cut of a 1980 Gladys Knight & the Pips original.

SONG FOR MY FATHER – LEON THOMAS

 

The late avant-garde jazz vocalist’s hearty 1969 cover of the Horace Silver Quintet’s 1964 standard is a more mellow affair with a disconcerting yodeling spell. However, it’s still a breathtaking and thought-provoking performance.

DAT DERE – OSCAR BROWN JR.

 

The veteran actor and storyteller humorously recalls all the crazy things a kid might ask his father on a trip to the zoo.

JUST LIKE YOU – LECRAE FT. J. PAUL

 

In a childhood flashback, the fatherless rapper is on the hunt for any male role model in this sobering, percussive track.

 

MY DADDY – EVELYN TURRENTINE-AGEE

 

The Quartet Queen, best known for “God Did It” – a No. 1 gospel hit in 2001, remembers her father lovingly in this southern waltz.

MY FATHER’S EYES – ERIC CLAPTON

 

The legendary guitarist seeks his father’s approval, guidance, and support on this rocking track.

 

PATCHES – CLARENCE CARTER

 

Nicknamed “Patches” because of his raggedy clothes, this impoverished 13-year old went to work as a teenager to support his Mama and sibling after his father died on this 1970 southern soul lamentation.

DADDY COULD SWEAR, I DECLARE – GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS

 

“Daddy couldn’t read, Daddy couldn’t write but one thing Daddy sure could do right was swear, I declare,” the soulful foursome proclaim on this funky ditty.

 

THIS CHILD NEEDS HIS FATHER – GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS

 

Long before the idea of absentee dads had become a pandemic, prophetess Gladys had her fingers on the pulse and sang about it on this 1973 gem.

FATHER, FATHER – ANGIE & DEBBIE

 

BeBe & CeCe Winans’ little sisters call on the Holy Father on this sweeping R&B track but this message can apply to any doting dad.

BROWN BABY – BILLY PAUL

 

On a classic Philly Soul groove, the jazzy singer admonishes the brown babies of the world “to make your father proud” on this 1973 cut from the same album that produced his masterpiece, “Me and Mrs. Jones.”


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Once Upon a Time Bosses Preview the Epic Series Finale: “We’re All Gonna Sing the Songs One More Time”

Once Upon a Time, Robert CarlyleThe beginning of the end is upon us, Once Upon a Time fans.
But before we can truly say goodbye to the long-running ABC fairy tale mash-up after seven seasons, there’s one last epic…

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Donald Glover Shines On ‘SNL’, Performs 2 New Childish Gambino Songs [VIDEO]

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Donald Glover performed double duty on Saturday Night Live last night (May 5) as he was the host and musical performer. And he killed it. 

Besides some hilarious skits including mocking Kanye West, a Migos parody called “Friendos” and a Star Wars riff featuring Lando Calrissian and all the Black people in space.

As for Childish Gambino, viewers got treated to two new songs called “Saturday” and “This Is America,” the latter of which saw its official video premiere immediately afterward.

Watch the sketches below, see the “Saturday” performance on the flip.

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This week marks the return of Christina Aguilera, yes, but don’t forget about Enrique Iglesias — back with his first English-language single in four years — and Florence + the Machine, revving up for a new album release later this summer. Also: indie singer Jessie Reyez critiques sexual double standards in a sharp, empowering new song; Shawn Mendes and Khalid reflect on gun violence and provide an anthem for the kids in “Youth;” and rapper Desiigner surprise-releases a debut EP that shows off his signature sound.


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John Cameron Mitchell to Make Australian Debut with ORIGIN OF LOVE: The Songs and Stories of Hedwig

The Sydney Opera House today announced that Tony Award-winning actordirectorwriter and co-creator of cult-classic musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch John Cameron Mitchell will bring his new show to the Concert Hall this June as part of his first Australia tour.
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Shawn Mendes drops his first new music since last year’s hit “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back,” making a case for his versatility as an artist coming into his own. Beyoncé protégés Chloe x Halle release a carefully calibrated, precociously smart debut album in the style of their mentor. Diplo teams up with Lil Xan for a woozy, party-ready house track off new EP California. Synth-pop duo Marian Hill return to form on the sharp new song “Differently.” And Justin Timberlake’s show openers, The Shadowboxers, find a catchy groove.


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This week, synth pop trio Years & Years step back into the spotlight with a powerfully catchy new dance track. FLETCHER releases an anthem for the #MeToo movement with the heartfelt “I Believe You.” Rising Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy knows exactly how to infuse every syllable with raw-edged emotion. Electronic duo Sofi Tukker remind us not to let ourselves be belittled in an infectious club tune. And Toronto rapper anders releases a promising sophomore project.


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Kendrick Lamar: Music videos as important as the songs

OHMYGOSSIP — Kendrick Lamar has admitted his videos are just as important to him as his music.
The ‘All The Stars’ hitmaker grew up being inspired by visuals and it has always been vital to him that fans get as much from watching his songs as they do from listening to them.
Kendrick told Billboard: “I think from jump it’s always been crucial to me. You know, just being a kid watching BET, I’d be on the phone with Dave, you know my partner that does the videos with me and we’d be watching Missy Elliott videos back in high school and Busta Rhymes videos. They were always big inspirations.
“So by the time we got to the point where we can mass produce visuals on that level, we said to each other that, ‘We all in and that we’ve been waiting for this moment.’
“So, I think it’s something that always inspired us to do it, just being a student and always appreciating somebody being willing to put full impact and full ideas not only into the songs, but when you’re watching the songs.”
The ‘Loyalty’ rapper was officially crowned the ‘New King of the West Coast’ by Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and The Game during a surprise appearance at his concert in Los Angeles in 2011.
And Kendrick, 30, said he will gladly pass on the torch when the time comes.
He said: “If we see the same excitement that you see in yourself in somebody else, that’s the key to evolving and giving [back] in terms of hip-hop. Same way they did it to me, I’d do to someone else.”
But he admitted he is not quite ready just yet.
The rapper insisted: “Right now, I feel good. I’ll let y’all know when the final years is coming up when I’m like, ‘OK. This kid is it. He’s from the city. He’s it. He got it.’”

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Civil Rights Today: 15 Empowering Songs That Promote Freedom and Justice

During African American History Month in February, it is important to reflect and think about the progression and positive strides our country has made. Take a look at these 15 empowering Civil Rights songs you should have on your playlist this winter.

(Don’t see one of your favorite empowering songs on this list? Let us know a few more in the comment box below or #Soundoff and follow @BlackEnterprise on Twitter or Instagram.)

1. Glory – Common ft. John Legend

‘Glory’ is a collaborative track by John Legend along with rapper Common from the soundtrack of the 2014 film Selma.The song contains powerful and meaningful lyrics, such as, “Freedom is like religion to us, justice is juxtaposition in us.”

 

2. Freedom – Various Artists

This 90s classic, featuring top music stars across several genres, including TLC, SWV, Envogue, Queen Latifah, Patra, Michelle Ndegeocello, Aaliyah and Vanessa Williams, was a major girl-power moment during the time. It is included on the soundtrack for “Panther” a 1995 Mario Van Peebles film about the controversial political group.

 

3. Harder Than You Think – Public Enemy

‘Harder Than You Think’ is the first single off of Public Enemy’s 20th anniversary album, which was released in 2007. The song was also selected by NBC to debut on their Super Bowl XLIX commercial. Public Enemy‘s ‘Say It Like It Is’ is the backdrop for the Selma trailer. This song is definitely empowering.

 

4. One Love – Elle Varner

“I know it’s crazy to think of this daily; imagine no one needing guns, only once impossible maybe…” These lyrics are the opening words to this song, which revolves around the idea that one day we can change and have a peaceful world.

 

5. Black Rage – Lauryn Hill

This song was dedicated by the artist to Ferguson, to help promote peace and support those fighting for racial equality in Mississippi. There are sounds of children in the background of the song, and shares the factors she believes that inspires “black rage.”


6. Don’t Shoot – The Game ft. Various Artists

This song is also a tribute to Michael Brown. Purchases on iTunes go directly to the Michael Brown Charity. The heartfelt song brings together all your favorite rappers for an unforgettable hit.

 

7. We Gotta Pray – Alicia Keys

This song is inspiring for anybody, where the superstar sings, “Sirens everywhere, singing that street song. Violence everywhere, barely holding on…” The song was produced immediately after the grand jury’s decision not to indict the officer involved in the death of Eric Garner. The three-minute long song begs for strength and peaceful protests. At the end of the video, Eric Garner’s face is shown.

8. We Shall Overcome

This song was made as a protest song, and became a staple song during the Civil Rights Movement. The song derived from a previous gospel song by Charles Albert Tindley. ‘We Will Overcome’ was published in 1948. Joan Baez performed the song live at the White House for President Obama.


 

9. Lift Every Voice and Sing- James Weldon Johnson

Also known as the “Black American National Anthem”, the song was first performed as part of a poem in 1900 in a segregated school in Jacksonville, Fla. Principal of the Stanton School, James Johnson, wrote the poem to honor guest speaker Booker T. Washington. The song has been redone by various artists including Ray Charles (his rendition below), Bebe Winans, Maya Angelou and Melba Moore. When Rene Marie was asked to perform the national anthem in 2008 at a civic event in Colorado, she caused massive controversy by swapping the words for the lyrics of Lift Every Voice and Sing. The Rev. Joseph Lowery also used lyrics from the song at President Obama’s inauguration ceremony in 2009.


10. Pride (In the Name of Love) – U2

A major hit for international sensations U2, this song become an anthem for peace, freedom and human rights. It was inspired by the civil rights movement and celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

 

11. Say it Loud, I’m Black and Proud – James Brown

The lyrics of this song focus on prejudice blacks in America have faced. It was released in two separate singles but both held the No. 1 spot on the R&B singles chart for six weeks. It also peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song quickly became a black power anthem.


 

12. I’ll Take You There – The Staple Singers

‘I’ll Take You There’ was on the Hot 100 for 15 straight weeks, and eventually reached the number one spot. The song is also looked at as a “call-and-response” type of song. While it was released in 1972, it still remains one of the most recognized and successful songs of the century.


13. When the Revolution Comes- The Last Poets

Released in 1970, right in the heart of the civil rights movement, after the death of Martin Luther King Jr. The song was extremely fitting, and definitely caused a frenzy.

 

14. Get Up, Stand Up- Bob Marley and Peter Tosh

Marley created this song during his Haitian tour, after seeing the poverty stricken country. The song is symbolic for standing against oppression, and is a international Bob Marley legendary hit.


15. The Times They Are A’ Changin – Bob Dylan

In 1964, Bob Dylan produced the album: The Times They Are A’ Changin, and the first song had the same title. The album consists of songs that address racism, poverty, and plead for social reform and positive change. One of his most famous songs is this one, and Dylan says it was a song with purpose.

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5 Songs You Need to Listen to This Week

Drake surprised fans with two new songs this week, sticking to his sweet spot of low-key dance beats and promptly blowing up his streaming numbers. Sting pairs up with Shaggy for an unexpected — but expertly executed — Jamaican-themed collaboration, the first of a full project to come. Electronic group Keys n Krates come through with an airy, chilled-out dance tune for after the party. James Blake chops up vocals in an experimental new song. And alt-pop duo Leyya dig into playful sounds on a slick new album.


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2 New Drake Songs Dropped, “God’s Plan” & “Diplomatic Immunity”

Word is there will be 2 new Drake songs dropping at midnight (Jan. 20). And they are here

As Drake noted on his Instagram, the songs are called “God’s Plan” and “Diplomatic Immunity.” The songs are from a 2-track EP titled Scary Hours.

Drake being Drizzy on both of these joints. “God’s Plan” has a bouncier groove while “Diplomatic Immunity” is a string-heavy number.

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Black Eyed Peas Trade Party Music for Songs With a Purpose

“We did the party music — the biggest-you-can-possibly-do party music,” Will.I.Am says as he sits in a trailer with Black Eyed Peas mates Taboo and Apl.De.Ap backstage at Into Action, a 10-day summit of music, art and activism that kicked off in Los Angeles on Friday (Jan. 12). “Why do that again?” These are not […]

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VIDEO: Ramin Karimloo Rehearses Songs From THE GREATEST SHOWMAN and More for His Upcoming Concert

Broadway and West End star Ramin Karimloo will return to London with his new solo show at Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, on 13 January 2018. Karimloo posted a video from rehearsal to his Facebook page where you can see he and his band rehearsing songs from Finding Neverland, The Greatest Showman, and Big Fish. Watch the video below
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Barack Obama just revealed his favourite songs and books from 2017

And now we can’t stop picturing him dancing to Harry Styles…

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He may have left the White House over a year ago, but Barack Obama is still guiding the way for us all.

To mark the New Year the 56-year-old took to his public Facebook page to share his top songs and books from 2017 – Rihanna, Camila Cabello and Harry Styles made the list – just FYI.

‘During my presidency, I started a tradition of sharing my reading lists and playlists,’ he announced in a Facebook post to his 55 million followers. ‘It was a nice way to reflect on the works that resonated with me and lift up authors and artists from around the world.’

He continued: ‘With some extra time on my hands this year to catch up, I wanted to share the books and music that I enjoyed most. From songs that got me moving to stories that inspired me, here’s my 2017 list – I hope you enjoy it and have a happy and healthy New Year.’

Obama then proceeded to list his top songs and books of 2017 and it’s everything. The thought of Obama dancing to Camila Cabello’s Havana is making us very happy.

The best books Obama read in 2017:

The Power by Naomi Alderman
Grant by Ron Chernow
Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond
Janesville: An American Story by Amy Goldstein
Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
Five-Carat Soul by James McBride
Anything Is Possible by Elizabeth Strout
Dying: A Memoir by Cory Taylor
A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward
*Bonus for hoops fans: Coach Wooden and Me by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Basketball (and Other Things) by Shea Serrano

Obama’s favourite songs of 2017:

Mi Gente by J Balvin & Willy William
Havana by Camila Cabello (feat. Young Thug)
Blessed by Daniel Caesar
The Joke by Brandi Carlile
First World Problems by Chance The Rapper (feat. Daniel Caesar)
Rise Up by Andra Day
Wild Thoughts by DJ Khaled (feat. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller)
Family Feud by Jay-Z (feat. Beyoncé)
Humble by Kendrick Lamar
La Dame et Ses Valises by Les Amazones d’Afrique (feat. Nneka)
Unforgettable by French Montana (feat. Swae Lee)
The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness by The National
Chanel by Frank Ocean
Feel It Still by Portugal. The Man
Butterfly Effect by Travis Scott
Matter of Time by Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings
Little Bit by Mavis Staples
Millionaire by Chris Stapleton
Sign of the Times by Harry Styles
Broken Clocks by SZA
Ordinary Love (Extraordinary Mix) by U2
*Bonus: Born in the U.S.A. by Bruce Springsteen (not out yet, but the blues version in his Broadway show is the best!)

We’re off to buy ALL of these.

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25 Songs to Turn Up Your Christmas

The Black Enterprise audience shared, via our Instagram account, their go-to holiday music—the tunes that really make for a festive season.

We picked the top most-mentioned songs and curated this Spotify playlist*:



 

 

*Created by Kristin Graves

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This DJ Brilliantly Mashed Up 2017’s Biggest Hit Songs

For a decade now, DJ Earworm has been releasing a mash-up of 25 of the year’s top Billboard songs. The annual “United State of Pop” release is a mirror on our collective musical past, a quick SparkNotes of 12 months in chart hits and radio ubiquity.

This year it’s a diverse mix, starting off with the warm chords of Sam Hunt’s country hit “Body Like a Back Road” before diving into Ed Sheeran’s blockbuster “Shape of You” marimba and Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s inescapable “Despacito” riff. Right off the bat, we’ve already traversed three different regional genres and musical styles. That variety is a theme throughout the mashup: somehow, Earworm charts a path between the modern funk of Bruno Mars, the emo hip-hop of Lil Uzi Vert and the EDM-lite of The Chainsmokers and Coldplay. Ed Sheeran, Imagine Dragons and Post Malone tie as the most-sampled artists, each with two songs making it into the four-minute mix.

Give it a listen at the link, and consider adding it to your New Year’s Eve party playlist. In fact, you could just play this on repeat all night and know you’d hit all the right notes for the year.

 

 


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On the Charts: U2 Claim Eighth Number One LP With ‘Songs of Experience’

U2 notched their eighth Number One album as the band's Songs of Experience debuted atop the Billboard 200.

Bono and company's 14th studio album and follow-up to 2014's Songs of

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Top Ten: The Most Inspirational Songs by Broadway’s Favorite Songwriting Team, Ahrens & Flaherty!

Songwriting team Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty have captured the hearts of audiences for decades with their soaring melodies and powerful lyrics. Below, we celebrate the duo with a collection of their most inspirational tunes
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5 Songs You Need to Listen to This Week

This week, Selena Gomez returns with a gloomy, EDM-tinged single in the Marshmello collaboration “Wolves.” Swedish dance pop heavy hitter MØ comes back swinging with the irresistible “When I Was Young,” alongside a new EP. Rap trio Migos suggest the beginning of Culture II season with a collaboration with both Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, marking the first time the two names have released something together. Producer RedOne taps Daddy Yankee, French Montana and Dinah Jane of Fifth Harmony to collaborate on a truly global, Latin-tinged dance hit backed by their collective star power. And Sydney trio Mansionair explore the depths of a piano in an atmospheric new track.


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Kendu Isaacs Seeking Increase In Support Because Mary’s Been Using Him For Successful “Divorce Songs”

A judge ordered Mary to only pay $ 30,000 a month in spousal support, now Kendu wants $ 65,000.

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Rush Prep Unreleased Songs for ‘A Farewell to Kings’ Reissue

Rush will include previously unreleased live recordings on the 40th anniversary reissue of the 1977 album, A Farewell to Kings. The box sets come out December 1st.

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BWW TV: Broadway Meets Bikini Bottom- Watch Songs and Meet the Cast from SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS!

A legendary roster of Grammy Award winners. A visionary director and Tony Award-winning design team. One of the world’s most beloved and unforgettable characters. Turn them all loose on Broadway and what do you get SpongeBob SquarePants
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Download this: Apple Music’s Facebook bot suggests songs based on emoji

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Facebook and Apple have teamed up to bring a new, emoji-filled music recommendation feature to Facebook Messenger.

The Facebook messaging app was updated this week with an Apple Music bot that can recommend songs and playlists based on emoji.

The new bot surfaces music recommendations based on your preferences — or whatever emoji you happen to be feeling that day. Send the bot an emoji and get back a selection of albums or playlists that match up.

Some emoji tend to work better than others — I had more luck with 🎉 than 💩 — but the feature seems to do a decent job overall at guessing relevant music.  Read more…

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Watch the xx Perform New Songs ‘Dangerous,’ ‘Say Something Loving’ on ‘Kimmel’

The xx performed "Dangerous" and "Say Something Loving," two melodic tracks from their third LP, 

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Celine Dion Sings Rihanna, Tom Petty Songs When Asked About Her Love Life

Celine Dion had the perfect response to one nosy reporter's questions about her personal life: with song. The music icon was taking questions from reporters at the launch of her new handbag collection in her home city of Montreal Wednesday when one male journalist decided to dive a little deeper.

"How are things going? It's a whole new world for you," the reporter said. "You're a single

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Pink makes a cathartic, empowering comeback with a new single after five years without releasing an album. Avicii also releases new music a year after officially retiring from his live DJ career: another cathartic one, but club-ready too, this time with an assist from Rita Ora. Oasis’s Liam Gallagher is launching his solo career with tracks that feel like throwbacks — and that’s not a bad thing. New talent Morgan Saint makes a case for sinuous, stylish pop. And R&B’s R.LUM.R shows us how trap and blues can happily coexist on his new album, Afterimage.


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Camila Cabello comes in hot with blazing new single “Havana.” Indie Brooklyn singer Domino Kirke shows a new side to the talented Kirke family with a dreamy acoustic track. Rock trio *repeat repeat offer a little summer spice in the sunny “Girlfriend.” Miami producer Alyx Ander presents a fresh new club tune with an assist from Voice veteran Caroline Pennell. And singer-songwriter Jamie Lawson is sure to fill the Ed-Sheeran-sized hole in your fresh music playlist with “Can’t See Straight.”


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The 18 Best Songs for a Father’s Day Playlist

 

It’s that time for the kids to make a breakfast of burnt toast and runny eggs for dear ole’ dad and serve it to him in bed. After the meal is consumed (or possibly hidden under the bed when the kids aren’t looking), Dad is presented with a homemade card or maybe even the world’s ugliest tie that he will only wear in your wildest dreams. A cool father will pretend to like all of those gifts but what he may enjoy more is a playlist of songs that affirm how important he is in every child’s life.

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Here are a few great songs to help launch your own special Daddy’s Day playlist.

COLOR HIM FATHER – THE WINSTONS

 

This million-selling song told the story of a stepfather who became a real father to his wife’s children. It was the only chart hit (No. 2 for five weeks on the R&B singles chart in 1969) for the Washington, D.C. based band that featured Richard Lewis Spencer’s unique lead vocals. He also won a Grammy Award in the category of Best Rhythm & Blues Song for writing it.

DANCE WITH MY FATHER – LUTHER VANDROSS

 

Vandross co-wrote (with pop star Richard Marx) this sentimental song about seeing his father dance with his mother when he was a child. His father died of diabetes when the singer was seven years old. Sadly, Vandross suffered a major stroke weeks after finishing the song and was unable to promote it when it was released to radio in 2003. It still became a Grammy Award-winning No. 1 hit. Vandross died in 2005.

PAPA WAS A ROLLINGSTONE – THE TEMPTATIONS

 

Dennis Edwards’ fiery roar, Damon Harris’ sweet falsetto, and a relentless bass line define this psychedelic mantra about a father who was largely missing in action but was still something of a hero to his son nonetheless.

 

JUST THE TWO OF US – WILL SMITH

 

To the beat of Bill Withers and Grover Washington Jr.’s classic “Just The Two of Us,” Will Smith raps about his relationship with his first son, Trey.

STILL, MY FATHER – BRYAN ANDREW WILSON

 

The young gospel legend shares the once-uneasy relationship with his own absentee-but-now-back-in-his-life father on this 2005 Urban AC meditation.

DADDY LESSONS – BEYONCÉ

 

Queen Bey shows that before Jay-Z, her first King was Daddy, Matthew Knowles. She reverentially sings that he “made a soldier out of me” and “taught me to be strong.” Spotify doesn’t have rights to stream Beyoncé’s solo version, so we’ve added her Dixie Chicks collaboration to the listening. It’s equally powerful as a country song.

 

YOUR DADDY LOVES YOU – GIL SCOTT-HERON

 

One of the most militant and politically observant musicians of the 1970s, Gil Scott-Heron showed a very tender side on this whimsical homage to one of his daughters. Sadly, the original 1974 version with the eerie piccolo appears to be out of print but Spotify has a live version of it that we include in our playlist.

 

WIND BENEATH MY WINGS – GERALD & EDDIE LEVERT

 

The O’Jays’ Eddie Levert and his equally famous first born, Gerald, turned in a powerfully riveting performance on this 1995 re-cut of a 1980 Gladys Knight & the Pips original.

SONG FOR MY FATHER – LEON THOMAS

 

The late avant-garde jazz vocalist’s hearty 1969 cover of the Horace Silver Quintet’s 1964 standard is a more mellow affair with a disconcerting yodeling spell. However, it’s still a breathtaking and thought-provoking performance.

DAT DERE – OSCAR BROWN JR.

 

The veteran actor and storyteller humorously recalls all the crazy things a kid might ask his father on a trip to the zoo.

JUST LIKE YOU – LECRAE FT. J. PAUL

 

In a childhood flashback, the fatherless rapper is on the hunt for any male role model in this sobering, percussive track.

 

MY DADDY – EVELYN TURRENTINE-AGEE

 

The Quartet Queen, best known for “God Did It” – a No. 1 gospel hit in 2001, remembers her father lovingly in this southern waltz.

MY FATHER’S EYES – ERIC CLAPTON

 

The legendary guitarist seeks his father’s approval, guidance, and support on this rocking track.

 

PATCHES – CLARENCE CARTER

 

Nicknamed “Patches” because of his raggedy clothes, this impoverished 13-year old went to work as a teenager to support his Mama and sibling after his father died on this 1970 southern soul lamentation.

DADDY COULD SWEAR, I DECLARE – GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS

 

“Daddy couldn’t read, Daddy couldn’t write but one thing Daddy sure could do right was swear, I declare,” the soulful foursome proclaim on this funky ditty.

 

THIS CHILD NEEDS HIS FATHER – GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS

 

Long before the idea of absentee dads had become a pandemic, prophetess Gladys had her fingers on the pulse and sang about it on this 1973 gem.

FATHER, FATHER – ANGIE & DEBBIE

 

BeBe & CeCe Winans’ little sisters call on the Holy Father on this sweeping R&B track but this message can apply to any doting dad.

BROWN BABY – BILLY PAUL

 

On a classic Philly Soul groove, the jazzy singer admonishes the brown babies of the world “to make your father proud” on this 1973 cut from the same album that produced his masterpiece, “Me and Mrs. Jones.”


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Linkin Park: 12 Essential Songs

Linkin Park's music has long explored themes of alienation, inner demons and personal suffering, making the suicide of the band's lead singer Chester Bennington an especially tragic and heavy loss. Bennington's voice often sounded like the battle of dark and light, as he would shift suddenly from tender, subtle vulnerability

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There’s Going To Be A ‘Working Girl’ Musical With Songs By Cyndi Lauper

As if it’s not enough to be the first solo woman to win the Tony Award for best score for “Kinky Boots,” pop icon Cyndi Lauper will write the score for a musical based on the 1988 hit film “Working Girl,” it was announced on Tuesday.

Playwright Kim Rosenstock, who was a writer on the show “New Girl” for six seasons, will write the book for the musical.

The Oscar-nominated film tells the story of a Staten Island secretary played by Melanie Griffith who is trying to make it in the male-dominated corporate world.

“I love the film, and its story about a woman’s very unconventional road to success in the ’80s is something I know a lot about,” Lauper said in a statement to The New York Times. “Women are still fighting for fundamental rights and equal pay!”

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If music be the food of love, play on. Immortal words from William Shakespeare and wonderful reason to favor your guests with “Love Songs” Place Card/Photo Holder, a tribute to the harmonies that have become the heart and soul of romance–and our lives. Features and facts: Silver-finish, metal musical clef with sturdy base and slot at the top for place card or photo. Coordinated place card with musical notes in four corners included. Favor measures 3″ h x 1″ w. Sold in a set of four
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Rap Rock Songs (Music Guide): Beastie Boys Songs, Cypress Hill Songs, Linkin Park Songs, Rage Against the Machine Songs, Killing in the Name

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Pop Danthology’s Mashup Of 68 Songs From 2013 Will Make You Wanna Dance

Daniel Kim is back with his annual mashup of all your favorite songs.

It took Kim 180 hours to mix the 68 songs from 2013, but the payoff is pretty incredible. The mashup seamlessly transitions from songs like Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” to Jason Derulo’s “The Other Side” and Krewella’s “Alive. Stop reading, and start listening, because this mashup is going to make you want to dance.

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Anna Kendrick – “Cups (When I’m Gone)”
Armin van Buuren feat. Trevor Guthrie – “This Is What It Feels Like”
A$ AP Rocky feat. Skrillex, Birdy Nam Nam – “Wild For The Night”
Avicii – “Wake Me Up”
Avril Lavigne – “Here’s To Never Growing Up”
Bastille – “Pompeii”
Bauuer – “Harlem Shake”
Bingo Players feat. Far East Movement – “Get Up (Rattle)”
Britney Spears – “Ooh La La”
Britney Spears – “Work B**tch”
Bruno Mars – “Locked Out Of Heaven”
Bruno Mars – “Treasure”
Bruno Mars – “When I Was Your Man”
Calvin Harris feat. Ayah Marar – “Thinking About You”
Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding – “I Need Your Love”
Capital Cities – “Safe And Sound”
Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams – “Get Lucky”
Demi Lovato – “Heart Attack”
Drake feat. Majid Jordan – “Hold On, We’re Going Home”
Drake – “Started From The Bottom”
Ellie Goulding – “Burn”
Icona Pop feat. Charli XCX – “I Love It (I Don’t Care)”
Imagine Dragons – Demons
Jason Derulo – “The Other Side”
Jay-Z feat. Justin Timberlake – “Holy Grail”
Justin Timberlake – “Mirrors”
Justin Timberlake feat. Jay-Z – “Suit & Tie”
Katy Perry – “Roar”
Kelly Clarkson – “Catch My Breath”
Ke$ ha – “C’mon”
Ke$ ha feat. will.i.am – “Crazy Kids”
Krewella – “Alive”
Lady Gaga – “Applause”
Lana Del Rey – “Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)”
Lorde – “Royals”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert – “Same Love”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Ray Dalton – “Can’t Hold Us”
Maroon 5 – “Daylight”
Maroon 5 – “Love Somebody”
Martin Garrix – “Animals”
Martin Solveig & The Cataracs feat. Kyle – “Hey Now”
Miley Cyrus – “We Can’t Stop”
Miley Cyrus – “Wrecking Ball”
Naughty Boy feat. Sam Smith – “La La La”
One Direction – “Best Song Ever”
One Direction – “Story Of My Life”
OneRepublic – “Counting Stars”
OneRepublic – “If I Lose Myself”
Passenger – “Let Her Go”
P!nk feat. Nate Ruess – “Just Give Me A Reason”
Pitbull feat. Christina Aguilera – “Feel This Moment”
Pitbull feat. Ke$ ha – “Timber”
Pitbull feat. TJR – “Don’t Stop The Party”
PSY – “Gentleman”
Rihanna – “Pour It Up”
Rihanna feat. David Guetta – “Right Now”
Rihanna feat. Mikky Ekko – “Stay”
Robin Thicke feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Give It 2 U”
Robin Thicke feat. T.I., Pharrell Williams – “Blurred Lines”
Selena Gomez – “Come & Get It”
Selena Gomez – “Slow Down”
Taylor Swift – “22”
Taylor Swift – “I Knew You Were Trouble”
will.i.am feat. Britney Spears – “Scream & Shout”
will.i.am feat. Justin Bieber – “#thatPOWER”
Ylvis – “The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?)”
Zedd feat. Foxes – “Clarity”
Zedd feat. Hayley Williams – “Stay The Night”

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Favorite Songs [With CD (Audio)]

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