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Video Premiere: Adore Delano feat. Alaska Thunderfuck – “I Look Fuckin Cool”

She may not have won her season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, but Adore Delano, aka Danny Noriega of American Idol season 7, has definitely received more attention than the shows actual winner, Bianca Del Rio. Adore is back yet again with a music video for her single “I Look Fuckin’ Cool,” which features her former Drag Race competitor Alaska Thunderfuck. The song, ... Read More »

Night Terrors of 1927 & Tegan and Sara Release “When You Were Mine” Lyric Video

Atlantic Records artist Night Terrors of 1927 has premiered a lyric video for their single “When You Were Mine,” which features Tegan and Sara. The song is the lead single from the just released EP “Anything To Anyone,” available on iTunes. Based in Los Angeles, Night Terrors of 1927 – Blake Sennett (formerly of Rilo Kiley and The Elected) and Jarrod Gorbel ... Read More »

Video Premiere: Vassy, Dave Audé and Crazibiza – “Hustlin'”

Australian singer-songwriter Vassy has premiered the music video for her Dave Audé and Crazibiza collaborative single “Hustlin’”, a track that pays homage to Crystal Waters and her classic “Gypsy Woman”. The clip, which was co-directed by Emmy-nominee Athena Maroulis, even features a special appearance by Waters herself. “Hustlin’,” out now on iTunes, is pulled from the forthcoming album, We Are ... Read More »

Listen To The English Version of Ricky Martin’s New Single “Adiós”

Puerto Rican heart-throb Ricky Martin has premiered the English version of his new single “Adiós”. The single, which will be available on all digital platforms tomorrow Sept 23rd, is the first single from Ricky’s forthcoming studio album, out early 2015 via Sony Music Latin. Adiós”, produced by Jesse Shatkin (responsible for Sia’s popular song “Chandelier”), Yotuel Romero, Antonio Rayo, and ... Read More »

Lost & Found: Dolly Parton – “Peace Train”

In 1997, Country music icon Dolly Parton turned her attention to the dance floor when she released the single “Peace Train”, which was originally recorded by acclaimed singer-songwriter and notorious homophobe Yusuf Islam (formerly Cat Stevens) in 1971. Dolly says she wanted to record the song for years but couldn’t find the right sound. “Then I was watching TV,” she told ... Read More »