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Wale – “The White Shoes” – Rhapsody Exclusive 24HR Premiere

Wale’s highly anticipated new album, The Album About Nothing, is out on Tuesday (March 31) and we are thrilled to premiere his newest single, “The White Shoes,” exclusively on Rhapsody. Starting at midnight (ET) on Friday (March 27), Rhapsody members will be the first to listen to the full track. But don’t wait to click play – “The White Shoes”[…]


New Music This Week: May 20, 2014

With summer right around the corner, things are heating up in the world of music. Judging by the singles released this week, gears are shifting to upbeat, summer-weather music — the kind best for blaring at the beach or booming from a convertible. Sound good? Then check out new singles fromLa Roux (“Let Me Down Gently”), 50 Cent (“Big Rich Town,” featuring Joe), Röyksopp (“Do It[…]


New Music This Week: May 13, 2014

We have so much new music this week, it’ll make your head spin! Michael Jackson‘s demos have been given the old-school disco treatment (think Daft Punk) on Xscape, with mixed results. Electro-funk duo Chromeo‘s White Women is yet another flashback to the ’70s (again, Daft Punk!), and we love the effervescent pop of “Jealous (I Ain’t With It).” And it’s officially time to get pumped up[…]


New Music This Week: May 6, 2014

Well, here we are with another spate of new releases for you to explore. First up is Lykke Li, whose dreamy-but-dark edge still reigns supreme on her third release, I Never Learn. It’s an ethereal ride, but hang on tight — she’s got some dark twists lined up for you. Speaking of ethereal, Sarah McLachlan releases her new Shine On, and we are particularly fond[…]


New Music This Week: April 29, 2014

This week’s biggest new releases run the gamut from ruminative troubadours to alt rock heroes to Brit-pop pioneers to a flamenco-busker duo. Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne recruited Black Key Dan Auerbach to help produce Supernova, LaMontagne’s most eccentric work to date. Alt fans will want to check out the Pixies‘ Indie Cindy, their first album in 23 years, as well as the gorgeous, introspective Everyday Robots, the first proper[…]