Tuesday, June 17, 2008


R&B/Hip-Hop Song of the WeekLlyod ft. Lil Wayne - Girls Around The World
This is the second single from Lloyd's third studio album "Lessons in Love", and features rapper Lil Wayne. The collab is infectious. Lil Wayne's makes this track tough yet smooth.

Rock/Alternative Song of the Week
Daughtry - What About Now
This is seventh and rumored to be the last single from Daughtry's eponymous debut album. The band performed an accoustic version of the song on a Trip to Uganda for the Fund Charity Event Idol Gives Back. I love this song, this is one of my fave from thier album. This song is perfect for a movie soundtrack. The song debuted at #18 on Billboard Hot 100.

Indie Song of the Week
Eisley - Marsh King's Daughter
Eisley is a rock band from Tyler, Texas, consisting of four siblings and their cousin , all of whom were born and live in Texas. Marsh King's Daughter is actually a hidden or a bunos track from their album "Combinations", although this song is just bunos but this is one of the best track off the album. I like this so song so much, its sounds pretty radical. The song makes me warm, its like a hot soup during rainny days.. If you like Regina Spektor or Fiona Apple, then this is a MUST download track.

Pop Song of the Week
Danity Kane - Bad Girl
This song will be released as the second single from the band's second studio album, "Welcome to the Dollhouse". The song features a guest verse from Missy Elliot. I'm not a fan of this band, but i think this song is pretty hot, the beat and tempo are banging, thanks to futuristic beat of Danja.

Dance/House/Trance Song of the Week
Peaches - Fuck the Pain Away
This song is an electro clash song by Peaches. It is used in the movies My Little Eye, Lost In Translation and Jackass Number Two. It is considered her breakthrough song, and because of its widespread licensing in films as well as numerous official and unofficial cover versions (including a notable cover by Of Montreal) is held by many of her fans to be responsible for her increasing popularity. It appears on her debut album "The Teaches of Peaches," released in 2000 on Kitty-Yo.

1 comment:

Thomas said...

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Keep up the good work! :)