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SEP 15 2014

Bunji Garlin's 'Differentology' In The New York Times

The New York Times says Bunji Garlin is “uproariously engaging on the kinetic title track, and holds his own on the remix of the booming “Truck on D Road” with the twisty ASAP Ferg.” Read their brief review of the new album,“Differentology,” here.

“Differentology” is now available on iTunes. Get yours here.



SEP 15 2014

Walk The Moon Hits Late Night With Seth Meyers To Perform “Shut Up And Dance”

Late Night With Seth Meyers invited Walk The Moon to play their single “Shut Up And Dance." Make sure you tune in to NBC tonight at 12:35 AM to check out their performance!

In the meantime, pick up “Shut Up And Dance” on iTunes here.

SEP 12 2014

Elle To Perform “Don’t Wanna Dance” On The Queen Latifah Show

Elle Varner will be stopping by to kick off season two of The Queen Latifah show! Tune in at 9am to see Elle perform her new single, “Don’t Wanna Dance.”

SEP 12 2014

Alicia Keys on The Today Show

Alicia Keys will be performing her new song, “We Are Here” on the Today Show (NBC) at 8am on Monday 9/15. You won’t want to miss this!



SEP 12 2014

Behind The Scenes of Fireball

Watch the making of Pitbull’s newest video, Fireball. Fireball is on his upcoming album, Globalization. Watch the video below.



SEP 12 2014

Pentatonix On The Star Spangled Spectacular

Pentatonix are slated to perform “My Country ‘Tis Of Thee” and their new single, “La La Latch” in celebration of the bi-centennial of our national anthem. Tune in tomorrow night at 8pm on PBS.



SEP 12 2014

Becky G’s Interview With Young Hollywood

Watch Becky’s interview with Young Hollywood to learn about how she goes about writing songs, her own personal style and how she prepares herself before she hits the stage. Check it out below!



SEP 12 2014

Pitbull On Access Hollywood

Watch Pitbull’s Access Hollywood interview in the video below. He gives the scoop on his new single, “Fireball” off his upcoming album Globalization and the pressure to always churn out a hit.