Calvin Harris: The 5 Best Songs By Rihanna’s “We Found Love” Pal
Yesterday, Rihanna and Calvin Harris' collaborative “We Found Love” single premiered, setting off a frenzied flutter of buzz for the first offering from RiRi's sixth studio album (out November 21). But while Harris' two albums — I Created Disco (2007) and Ready For The Weekend (2009) — were distributed…
Listen To Shakira Live La Vida “Loca” On Her New Single
Shakira has moved on from her lupine album She Wolf and her World Cup anthem duties, and is readying upcoming bilingual album Sale El Sol. We've already seen snaps of the Colombian diva on the Barcelona set of her "Loca" music video—now we've got the song itself. Head below.
MTV’s UK Web Site Resorts To Internet Trolling
Sure, when a Web site makes a big stink about counting down a Greatest Whatever Of Ever List, there's bound to be some quibbling; these sorts of lists, of course, were pretty much designed to hold up weakly premised cable clip shows and stoke lots of link-assisted commenter arguing from the Internet's various peanut galleries.
Dizzee Rascal Flexes His Video Budget
Five years later, I still love Dizzee Rascal more than any of his grimy contemporaries, and continue to persist in my pipe dream that he will one day "break" America. (Hey, anything's now possible in a world where Daft Punk are commonplace sample fodder.) Even as his music's gotten slicker, there's always something charming about…
Amy Winehouse, displaying the customary poise and gracious wit we've come to expect during her acceptance speech for "Best Female Artist" at the U.K. Music of Black Origin Awards: "Chewing gum, she said 'thank you' twice before giving the microphone back to host Jamelia and leaving the stage."…
Liner Notes: The Verve Continue To Vex
- The Verve is reuniting, with a few catches: Guitarist Simon Tong will not be performing, and on select dates, Richard Ashcroft will be replaced by John Ashcroft.
Tomorrow’s New Releases Revealed Today
Welcome to On The Shelf, where we look at a few of the releases hitting store shelves--both physical and virtual--on Tuesday. This week, we have new releases from Fabolous, Queens Of the Stone Age, Paramore, and Dizzee Rascal.
Leak Of The Day: Dizzee Takes Two
Today, Diplo posted "Pussyhole," a new, pretty NSFW track from the UK spitter Dizzee Rascal, on Mad Decent; we headed over to Dizzee's MySpace page to see if there was any more info on new material from the rapper, and there we found "GHETTO," which uses some of the gnarliest-sounding horns we've...