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KFOG releases ‘Boob Spelled Backwards Is Boob’

As far as catchy palindromes go, boob is a pretty good one. Certainly, there’s no denying it grabs your attention. And since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, radio station KFOG/San Francisco has released the charity single, “Boob Spelled Backwards Is Boob,” a song written by morning host Mike “No Name” Nelson’s 8-year-old son Archer as a way of dealing[…]


30 Years of Miss Janet Jackson

This week, Janet Jackson returns after an extended absence. It’s only been seven years since her last album, Discipline, which isn’t long considering that D’Angelo’s 2014 release Black Messiah was his first album in 14 years. But it’s Janet’s absence from the forefront of pop culture which makes her return all the more welcome. It’s hard to think of an artist who[…]


Announcing KIDS, the first music streaming app built for little listeners

Rhapsody KIDS is the first streaming music experience created specifically for children – even better, it’s right inside your existing Rhapsody mobile app.   There’s a CD wallet stuffed with scratched discs from my son’s baby days rolling around somewhere in our car, along with other useless things like that sticky tennis ball and some old Halloween candy. We can’t bear[…]

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Let Your Kid be the DJ with Rhapsody KIDS!

Grab your kids and your air guitars and get ready to rock! We are excited to announce the launch of Rhapsody KIDS, a first-of-its-kind feature that puts kids in control of their listening experience. With simple navigation and a colorful, image-based catalog, kids can have fun, play and sing out loud as they explore fresh curated content and listen to[…]

Big Boi and Phantogram as Big Grams

Worlds Collide: Rap Meets Indie Rock

When Big Boi and Phantogram releasd their self-titled EP as Big Grams, they’ll marked the latest chapter in a complicated history of two cultures that have occasionally, and sometimes uncomfortably, intertwined. Such collaborations may date back to the ‘80s, but they’re less frequent than you think. In our post “Hip-Hop 101: Rap Rock,” we noted how rappers and rockers at the time warily[…]