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Friday, December 27, 2019

Karen Harding - "I Don't Need Love (w. Wh0) (Studio Session)" [Pop]

I Don't Need Love (w. Wh0) (Studio Session)

"I Don't Need Love (w. Wh0) (Studio Session)" music video by Karen Harding
Added: 27-12-2019
Genre : Pop
Description : Karen Harding x Wh0 - I Don't Need Love (Acoustic Session) [Ultra Music]


County Durham, England native Karen Harding, a singer and songwriter inspired by Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Jazmine Sullivan, among several others she has noted, competed in series 10 of The X Factor. She advanced through auditions into the boot camp round but was dismissed through a "musical chairs"-like twist that didn't go down well with the viewing public. The Capitol-affiliated Method label, home to Sam Smith, snapped her up, and she collaborated with producer MNEK on the emotive house track "Say Something," her first single. The track was released in November 2014 as the lead single from her debut album.

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Nightly - "This Time Last Year" [Pop]

This Time Last Year

"This Time Last Year" music video by Nightly
Added: 27-12-2019
Genre : Pop
Description : nightly - this time last year

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Playing glossy contemporary pop with a romantic spirit, Nightly is the brainchild of Joey Beretta and Jonathan Capeci, cousins who began making music together before they were old enough to drive. Beretta and Capeci grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and came from households filled with music. When Beretta was 13 and Capeci was 14, they bought matching electric guitars and formed a band; the pair played in a variety of combos around Philadelphia and New Jersey, and while they set music aside when they went off to college, within two years they'd both dropped out and headed to Nashville, Tennessee in hopes of making a career out of music. For several years, they played together in a band called Dinner and a Suit, who toured extensively (including several dates on the Vans Warped Tour) and released an album and an EP before breaking up near the end of 2015. In 2016, Beretta and Capeci launched a new project, Nightly, taking the name from a texting abbreviation for "Goodnight, Love You." Beretta and Capeci penned a breakup song called "XO," and after recording the tune they posted it online. To their surprise, the track began racking up hundreds of thousands of plays as well as receiving radio airplay in Nashville, and Nightly was suddenly a hot property. After playing a series of showcases, the band struck a deal with Interscope Records, which released a four-song EP, Honest, in October 2016. The group toured hard in support, sharing stages with the likes of Ke$ha, the All-American Rejects, and the Struts. In February 2018, Nightly dropped a new single, "Miss You Like Hell," while they were touring with rapper NF.

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Boosie Badazz - "Nasty Nasty (ft. Mulatto) (NSFW)" [Hip-Hop]

Nasty Nasty (ft. Mulatto) (NSFW)

"Nasty Nasty (ft. Mulatto) (NSFW)" music video by Boosie Badazz
Added: 27-12-2019
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Boosie Badazz - “Nasty Nasty” feat. Mulatto (Official Music Video)

Boosie Badazz Features Mulatto new strip club anthem

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Originally known as Lil' Boosie, Boosie Badazz's hard Southern style comes from growing up in one of Baton Rouge, Louisiana's more notorious neighborhoods, one that was known for drugs and gunplay. Not having his father in his life was another challenge, but things began moving in a positive direction when Boosie immersed himself in basketball. It looked like it could be his ticket into college, but getting involved in drugs got him kicked out of high school. He turned to rapping and eventually hooked up with C-Loc. An appearance on C-Loc's 2000 effort, It's a Gamble, became Boosie's debut. He soon released the full-length CD Youngest of da Camp on his own. His big breakthrough began when he joined Pimp C's Trill Entertainment camp. He was paired with fellow Trill artist Webbie for the 2003 release Ghetto Stories and again for 2004's Gangsta Musik, which featured the first appearance of Webbie's future hit "Give Me That." Trill then worked a deal with the Warner Bros.-associated Asylum, and both Webbie and Boosie were now on a major label.

Webbie released his album in 2005; Boosie's landed in 2006. Titled Bad Azz, the release featured Yung Joc, Pimp C, and Webbie as guests. The Bad Azz DVD soon followed, featuring interview footage in which Boosie explained the drug-related death of his father and revealed his own battle with diabetes. Late in the year, the Streetz Is Mine mixtape appeared in cooperation with DJ Drama. His slick album Superbad: The Return of Boosie Bad Azz landed in 2009 along with the single "Better Believe It." The next year, Boosie followed up with Incarcerated, which was issued while he served time for drug possession. After his 2014 release from prison, he changed his name to Boosie Badazz and was featured on several tracks, including ones by Jeezy ("Beez Like") and T.I. ("Jet Fuel"). He also issued Life After Deathrow, a mixtape, as a free digital download. The proper album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell followed in 2015 on Atlantic. It featured the single "Like a Man" along with guest appearances from Chris Brown, Rich Homie Quan, T.I., and Rick Ross. In 2016 he dropped the crime-themed street release Thug Talk along with Penitentiary Chances, a collaborative album with the then-incarcerated C-Murder, who recorded his verses from behind bars. A slew of mixtapes arrived that same year, including In My Feelings (Goin' Thru It), Out My Feelings (In My Past), and Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas. Studio full-length BooPac arrived in 2017, alongside the Hurricane Chris collaboration My Favorite Mixtape and its quick follow-up, 2018's My Favorite Mixtape 2. Boosie also tried his hand at being a romancing soul man on the silky Boosie Blues Cafe, which was followed by another seasonal tape, Savage Holidays, which featured appearances by YFN Lucci, Rich Homie Quan, and more.
The prolific emcee continued in 2019 with the single "Bonnie and Clyde."

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Sauce Walka - "Get Out (ft. Propain)" [Hip-Hop]

Get Out (ft. Propain)

"Get Out (ft. Propain)" music video by Sauce Walka
Added: 27-12-2019
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Sauce Walka - “Get Out” feat. Propain (Official Music Video)

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The confrontational Sauce Walka is a Houston-based rapper with an exuberant, sporadic delivery similar to Young Thug. Among his releases are the Sorry 4 the Sauce mixtape series (2015-2017) and highly animated tracks such as "Sauce Overload" (2018).

Born Albert Walker Mondane, the rapper makes up one half of Sauce Twinz, along with Sancho Saucy. He began releasing tracks and mixtapes in 2014, as well as appearing on releases by Slim Thug and DJ Holiday. Sauce Walka gained notoriety in 2015 when he accused Drake of using Houston's hip-hop culture, stealing its dance moves, and not supporting the local hip-hop scene; during the year also released the first two volumes of the mixtape series Sorry 4 the Sauce. The cover of his 2016 mixtape Holy Sauce targeted Drake, as well as other rappers such as Famous Dex and Future. Across the next couple years, Sauce Walka's rate of output remained consistent with Sorry 4 the Sauce 3, additional tapes including Drip God and Sauce Ghetto Gospel, and loose tracks highlighted by "Sauce Overload."

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Danny Worsnop - "Another You" [Rock & Alternative]

Another You

"Another You" music video by Danny Worsnop
Added: 27-12-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : DANNY WORSNOP - Another You

Danny Worsnop // Another You - Single // OUT NOW

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A multi-faceted English musician, singer, songwriter, vocal producer, and actor, Danny Worsnop is best known for his work as the vocalist for shape-shifting North Yorkshire by way of Dubai metalcore giants Asking Alexandria and hard rock supergroup We Are Harlot. He released his debut solo LP, The Long Road Home, in 2017, which saw him branching out into country music, while 2019's Shades of Blue introduced elements of soul and blues into his already versatile repertoire.

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Tinashe - "Stormy Weather" [R'n'B, Soul, Funk]

Stormy Weather

"Stormy Weather" music video by Tinashe
Added: 27-12-2019
Genre : R'n'B, Soul, Funk
Description : Tinashe - Stormy Weather

Official music video for Stormy Weather performed by Tinashe.

Copyright (C) 2019 Tinashe Music.


Tinashe is among the contemporary R&B artists who arrived during the mid-2010s with a high level of pop appeal. Having established herself as an actor and model, she made her commercial breakthrough in 2014 with the slinking "2 On," a platinum Top 40 hit collaboration with producer DJ Mustard and guest rapper ScHoolboy Q. This set up a trio of full-length projects for RCA, including Aquarius (2014) and Nightride (2016), both of which went Top Ten R&B/hip-hop. Since her final RCA release, she has starred in the Emmy-nominated Rent: Live and issued the independent album Songs for You (2019).

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