“Die Young” is a song by pop recording artist Kesha. Who released the song as the lead single from her second studio album, Warrior. Written by Lukasz Gottwald, Benjamin Levin, Henry Walter and Fun singer Nate Ruess. The song is performed in the electro-pop genre. Two teaser trailers were posted prior to the single’s official release. Contemporary critics gave mixed reviews of the song; MTV, Seventeen and Rolling Stone were disappointed with it, reflecting on its sameness with Kesha’s other songs, while others praised it. The music production has been likened to work by The Cars, Flo Rida, Jessie J and Katy Perry. While no The Cars song was cited for its similarities, the songs was compared to “Good Feeling“, “Domino“ and “Teenage Dream“ respectively. “Die Young” has charted in multiple countries, debuting at 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In its third week, “Die Young“ broke into the top-ten, making it Kesha’s eighth top-ten hit since her debut on the chart in 2010 with “Tik Tok“. Co-producer Benny Blanco called the song “old hippie rock.” The song was written in 2011, after Kesha traveled the world. Before working on her second studio album, she went on a spiritual journey. This song screams Illuminati and Satanic worship. Like she doesn’t give a flying fuck about displaying her allegiance. It shows reverence to the “Enlightened Ones.” Check it out below » Read more..
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“Where Have You Been” is a song by Rihanna, from her sixth studio album Talk That Talk (2011). It was written by Ester Dean, Henry Walter, Geoff Mack, Lukasz Gottwald and Calvin Harris. The production of the song was helmed by Gottwald under his stage name Dr. Luke together with Harris and Cirkut. It will be released as the fifth US single and the third international single of the album on May 8, 2012. “Where Have You Been“ received positive reviews from music critics, who complimented its up tempo dance beat and likened it to the lead single of the album, “We Found Love“. contains compositional elements of Mack’s “I’ve Been Everywhere“ (1959). The song was recorded at Grand Hotel, Room 654 in Oslo, Norway. “Where Have You Been” is one of two songs to be co-written and co-produced by Harris to be included on Talk That Talk, the other being “We Found Love“, on which Harris appears as a featured artist. “Where Have You Been” features “hard, chilly synths” and a punk inspired breakdown sequence. “Where Have You Been” is a house song which is draws upon pop more so than the other Harris produced song he did for Rihanna, “We Found Love”. Check out Rihanna’s hot new music video below after the jump… » Read more..
“You Da One” is a song by recording artist Rihanna, from her sixth studio album Talk That Talk (2011). The song was written by Ester Dean, Dr. Luke, Rihanna, John Hill and Cirkut, while production of the song was handled by Dr. Luke and Cirkut. “You Da One” was met with a positive reception from music critics, who praised the reggae and dancehall composition, and compared the song to some of Rihanna’s previous singles, “What’s My Name?“ and “Man Down“, which also embody the same Caribbean vibes and composition. The black-and-white cover artwork for the single shows Rihanna holding a cigarette in her hand. While praising Rihanna’s look as “perfectly coiffed”, The Washington Post criticized the use of the cigarette calling it a social taboo. “You Da One” is a mid-tempo pop and electro-pop song, with elements of other musical genres. The song also features a dubstep bridge before the final chorus. Watch the official banging music video below… » Read more..
“Strange Clouds” is a song by hip hop recording artist B.o.B it features fellow rapper Lil Wayne and is produced by Dr. Luke and Cirkut. The song was announced by Atlantic Records to be released on iTunes on September 27. The song serves as the lead single off his upcoming second studio album of the same name. B.o.B performed the song at concert on three different occasions. The first time being in Colorado in late August 2011, then performed the track again in Syracuse, New York on September 13, and on September 20, at Tennessee Tech University. On September 23rd, B.o.B released a trailer through his official website, depicting him in the studio playing the song. See the trailer and the official music video below… » Read more..
“Good Feeling” is a song by rapper Flo Rida from his fourth studio album, Only One Rida (Part 2). It was released as the first single in August 2011 in the United States. It debuted at number 82 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song contains a sample of “Levels” by Avicii, which sampled “Something’s Got a Hold On Me” by Etta James. Many believe that this song was stolen from Avicii, and rearranged for commercial benefit. “Only One Flo (Part 1)“ sees the international phenom working with some of today’s hottest producers including Dr. Luke, David Guetta, Benny Blanco and The Smeezingtons, who also produced Flo Rida’s number one international smash single, “Right Round.” The album also includes guest appearances from the likes of Ludacris, Gucci Mane, Kevin Rudolf and labelmate Laza Morgan. “Only One Flo (Part 1),” which is a compilation of songs that display his melodic style, will be followed by “Only One Rida (Part 2),” an edgier collection highlighting the rapper’s verbal dexterity and intricate rhyme patterns, and is the highly anticipated second half of the thematic project, planned for release in the during the later part of 2011. Watch the official video for Good Feeling below… » Read more..