Wednesday January 18, 2012
Dutch house DJ R3hab has taken the opportunity to put his own spin on Porcelain Black's latest single "Naughty Naughty," which climbs the Billboard Dance/Club chart this week to #13. R3hab's 'Pacha NYC 6AM' mix takes Porcelain's naughty, heavy club track and cranks the volume to high.
R3hab, who has provided remixes for the likes of Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, LMFAO, and Rihanna, often gets spins by DJs as notable as David Guetta, Tiesto, and Swedish House Mafia. His "Naughty Naughty" remix is streaming now on his official Soundcloud.
Be sure to grab the original "Naughty Naughty" now on iTunes, and visit Porcelain Black's official site, Facebook and Twitter.
Wednesday January 18, 2012
will.i.am recently joined the University of Wisconsin marching band at LA Live in Los Angeles for a performance of his new song "Great Times." The celebration was part of the pep rallies for the 2012 Rose Bowl game between Wisconsin and Oregon, as well as the iamFIRST initiative to create awareness for will.i.am's efforts with education. The 301 person marching band, led by Professor Michael Leckrone, chose "Great Times" for its fitting lyrics and energy. The track is the Brazilian promo single for will.i.am's upcoming solo album, #WILLPOWER, which is due out soon.
will.i.am is also working with Ultrabook, an ultra portable laptop computer, as part of The Ultrabook Project. Using only his eyes, ears, and his Ultrabook, will.i.am will travel around the globe, writing and recording one new song inspired by each city he visits. Visit The Ultrabook Project website for more information on how to get involved.
Be sure to check out will.i.am's video for his single, "T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)," and head to his official site for the latest news.
Friday January 13, 2012
Blink-182 are taking fans on an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of their latest video for their second single, "After Midnight." The video follows the story of young, troubled lovers in a psych ward who break free for an unforgettable night together. "It's that idea of one person trying to help another person to live life," explained director Issac Rentz. "It's almost like Ferris Bueller's Day Off in that they have this one night to have a great time together." Be sure to check out the behind-the-scenes video exclusively on AOL Music now.
For more information on Blink-182, check out the band's official site, www.blink182.com, as well as, their Facebook and Twitter pages. Pick up Blink's new album, Neighborhoods, available on iTunes and in stores everywhere now.
Friday January 13, 2012
Follow Graffiti6 on the road through Europe and the US in a new video highlighting their recent tour stops. Lead singer Jamie Scott and producer Tommy D are in store for a busy start to 2012 with an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno this week and a new string of live shows with Augustana kicking off on the 17th.
Tune in to The Tonight Show on January 13th for a live performance of "Free" which is currently in the top 10 at AAA radio. "Free" will appear on the band's Capitol Records debut, Colours, due out on January 24th.
Visit www.graffiti6.com for more info.
Thursday January 12, 2012
Pop punk veterans BLINK-182 continue their comeback with a brand new video for "After Midnight," the second single from their new album, Neighborhoods. The video was directed by Issac Rentz (Cage The Elephant, Motion City Soundtrack), who also worked on their previous video for "Up All Night"). According to Mark Hoppus, "the concept [of the video] is troubled love found in a psych ward." Stay tuned for an exclusive Behind The Scenes look at the making of the video premiering tomorrow on AOL Music.
For more information on Blink 182, make sure to check out their official site, www.blink182.com, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages. Blink's new album, Neighborhoods, is available now on iTunes and in stores everywhere now.
Tuesday January 10, 2012
Lauren Alaina is kicking off 2012 with a video for her latest single, "Georgia Peaches." The clip - directed by David McClister (The Band Perry, Lady Antebellum) - stars some of Alaina's best friends, and was filmed at the Sylvan Park Melrose restaurant in Nashville.
"Making the ‘Georgia Peaches' video was a blast," she said, "I got to have some of my closest friends in the video, and we were laughing and having a good time throughout the night. I love that I was able to have them there." Lauren, who grew up in the small town of Rossville, GA, added that "I'm a proud Georgia Peach!"
"Georgia Peaches" appears on Alain'a debut album,Wildflower, available in stores and online at iTunes and Amazon. For more information, including ticket details for her upcoming My Kinda Party Tour with Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan, visit Alaina's official website at laurenalainaofficial.com.
Friday December 23, 2011
Check out Porcelain Black taking her "we just want to party" attitude to NYC. The webisode, which premiered on Buzznet Wednesday, features Porcelain and her entourage partying it up in the hotel and in the club while in New York for a performance at F*Word @ Splash.
For more Porcelain Black follow her on Twitter and like her on Facebook and be sure to pick up her new single "Naughty Naughty" available on iTunes now!
Thursday December 22, 2011
Howie D stopped by Clevver Music for a live, acoustic performance of his new single, "Lie to Me," for the site's special 'Live on Sunset' series. Howie also gave an exclusive interview where he discusses going solo, touring, and reveals that a new Backstreet Boys album is in the works for 2012.
When asked how the Backstreet Boys reinvent themselves with each album, Howie says, "That's always the challenge working on new albums; trying to push the envelope, trying to always top the last album. But that's what we do. That's one of the reasons why we take our time to make the record the best it can be."
For more on Howie, visit his official site, Facebook, and Twitter, and be sure to pick up his album,Back To Me, available now at iTunes and Amazon.
Tuesday December 20, 2011
Korean superstar pop group, Girls' Generation, will be releasing an eight track Remix EP for their global hit, "The Boys," which recently reached the Top 5 on Billboard's K-Pop Hot 100 in the U.S. The EP will feature remixes by Clinton Sparks, Disco Fries, Teddy Riley and David Anthony, along with special guests Snoop Dogg and Lil Playy. Get a preview on iTunes, where the album is available for only $6.99.
"The Boys" appears on the the nine-member group's third album of the same name, getting its official U.S. release on January 17, 2012.The Boys Special Album will include all of the songs from "The Boys" Remix EP, as well as a selection of Korean language songs from the Korean version of The Boys. The announcement for the U.S. release comes off the heels of the group's recent performance in front of a sold out crowd at New York City's Madison Square Garden.
Be sure to watch the official video for "The Boys" on Vevo, and visit www.girlsgenerationusa.com for more information on the group.
Tuesday December 20, 2011
Porcelain Black paid a visit to Clevver TV this week for an exclusive interview about her exciting year and what's to come. In the clip, Porcelain discusses her collaboration with Lil Wayne on her track "This is What Rock N Roll Looks Like," her role in upcoming film Rock of Ages with Russell Brand and Tom Cruise, and what to expect from her debut album.
Porcelain is wrapping up 2011 with a surprising highlight, having the aforementioned Lil Wayne collab featured on a new episode of Beavis and Butthead (look for the video and salty commentary at the 8 minute mark). "I was OBSESSED with them when I was growing up," tweeted Porcelain, "MTV ROCKS!"
Both "This is What Rock N Roll Looks Like" and official single "Naughty Naughty" are available on iTunes and Amazon. For more details on the enigmatic Porcelain, visit her official site.