“This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherfucker” is a promotional single from American pop rock band Maroon 5‘s reissue of the band’s fifth studio album, V. The single, an example of arena rock, follows the reissue of the band’s fifth studio album, V (2014), which was reissued on May 15, 2015. The promotional single was released
“Take Me to Church” is a song by Irish recording artist Hozier, released as a single in 2013 and taken from the EP Take Me to Church. It is also the first track of his self-titled debut album. The song entered the Irish Singles Chart in October 2013 and reached number two, where it stayed
“Scarecrow” is the debut lead single from American pop duo Alex & Sierra – the winners of the third and final season of The X Factor USA. The song was co-written with Martin Johnson and Sam Hollander. They were mentored by Simon Cowell and became the first and only group to win the American version of
“Robot” is a promotional single from American electronic musical duo 3OH!3‘s upcoming studio album. The track premiered on Photo Finish Records’ official YouTube channel in late June 2011.
“I’m Not A Gangsta” is the lead promotional single from American Pop/Rock band Lights Over Paris‘ upcoming debut studio album. The single is produced by Dr. Luke’s Ammo (Britney Spears, Ke$ha, Katy Perry), it premiered in early May 2011. The album also features producers Kool Kojak (Flo Rida), Matt Squire (3OH!3, Ke$ha, Panic! at the Disco, Boys Like Girls) and features singer Dev
“Don’t Turn Out The Lights” is the first promotional single from the NKOTBSB, also known as the New Kids On The Block and Backstreet Boys‘ upcoming tour and possibly also included on upcoming studio albums. You read that right, NKOTBSB are going on tour this Summer 2011 to perform this single and other songs from
“This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like” is the debut lead single from new Young Money signee and American singer-songwriter Porcelain Black‘s upcoming debut studio album. The track features Young Money rapper Lil’ Wayne. The track premiered alongside the music video in late March 2011. Porcelain Black’s new single will hit US iTunes on March 29th, meanwhile check
“Can A Drummer Get Some” is a promotional single from Travis Barkers‘ forthcoming project and studio album, Give The Drummer Some. The track features producer Swizz Beatz, and American rappers Lil’ Wayne, Rick Ross & The Game. His studio album “Give The Drummer Some” is set to drop on March 15th.
“Fuckin’ Perfect” (clean version is called “Perfect”) is a song by American singer-songwriter Pink. The song was written by Pink, Max Martin, and Shellback, and produced by the latter two for Pink’s first compilation album, Greatest Hits… So Far!!!. The song debuted at #10 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart, as well as peaking at
“What The Hell” is the upbeat lead single from Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne‘s upcoming fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby. The track is produced by Max Martin and Shellback and written along with Avril Lavigne. Avril debuted her lead single Live on Dick Clark’s New Years Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest for New Years Eve 2011.
“Raise Your Glass” is the first single from American singer-songwriter Pink‘s upcoming greatest hits collection, Greatest Hits… So Far! The album will be released on November 16, 2010, by LaFace Records. The song is produced by chart-topper Max Martin and co-written by P!nk. It will feature a couple of new songs, including the first single
“Stuttering” is a song by Canadian singer–songwriter Fefe Dobson from her second (released) studio album, Joy. Dobson has mentioned on her Twitter that several older songs would be added as “bonus tracks,” and recently, she has been promoting a new single called “Stuttering”, which was co-written by Claude Kelly and produced by J. R. Rotem.
“In Love With You” is the first single from Musician, Singer/Songwriter, Producer and Rapper Jared Evan‘s upcoming debut studio album. Mr. Evan takes the indie rock-influenced route on the debut single off his upcoming Zone 4/Interscope release. The lead single is produced by Polow da Don. In June of 2009, Jared decided to sign with Zone
“Billionaire” is the first single from Travie McCoy‘s upcoming first studio album Lazarus. The track features Bruno Mars, who was also recently featured in B.o.B.‘s latest single “Nothin’ On You”. Travis McCoy is also the lead singer for the Gym Class Heroes. He has signed a solo deal with T-Pain‘s Nappy Boy Entertainment. He is
I Made It (Cash Money Heroes) is the first official single from Kevin Rudolf‘s upcoming second studio album. The track features Birdman, Lil’ Wayne & Jay Sean.
“It’s Alright, It’s OK“ is the first single from the upcoming second studio album Guilty Pleasure by American pop singer Ashley Tisdale. It was produced and co-written by Swedish production team Twin and the song combines pop rock and power pop elements.
“Stand and Deliver“ is a cover single from American rock band No Doubt, possibly to be included on their upcoming sixth studio album, it is their first track together in eight years.
“Welcome to the World“ is the second single from singer-songwriter and record producer Kevin Rudolf. The track features KiD CuDi on the single version, and features Rick Ross on the album version.
“Hot Revolver“ is the second single off Lil Wayne‘s seventh album Rebirth. It features Dre of Cool & Dre and was produced by the duo. Despite the rumors of Rebirth being shelved, Just Blaze released the single on iTunes on March 17, 2009, while it peaked at #7 on the iTunes Top 10. It debuted
“I Do Not Hook Up“ is the second single from pop rock singer Kelly Clarkson‘s fourth studio album All I Ever Wanted. The track was produced by Howard Benson, written by Greg Wells, Katy Perry, and Kara DioGuardi. It will be released to radio on April 14th 2009.
“Do It For You” is the first single from Pop/rock group Ballas Hough Band‘s first Untitled studio album.
“Prom Queen” is the first official single off Lil’ Wayne‘s upcoming rock album, Rebirth. The track was produced by Infamous and Drew Correa. The song is his debut rock single. In the song he uses the Auto-Tune effect. The premise of the song is based on what seems like a traditional high-school love story, where