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MAR 30 2015

Kevin Olusola Releases “Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus” from The Renegade EP

Check out the latest song from Kevin Olusola, “Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus”, from his debut The Renegade EP. Get The Renegade EP now on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play!

MAR 30 2015

Leikeli47 Debuts “Heard ‘Em Say” on The Fader

RCA’s newest signee, Leikeli47 dropped her debut video for “Heard ‘Em Say” today on The Fader. Check it out here.

MAR 30 2015

Sia Faces Off In the April 2015 Edition of Interview Magazine!

Check out Sia on the cover of the April 2015 issue of Interview Magazine. Kristen Wiig conducted the interview and check out the beautiful photos here.

MAR 30 2015

Foo Fighters' Sonic Highways: Chuck D Extended Interview

Check out this extended interview with Chuck D of Public Enemy below! Want more? The Foo Fighters' Sonic Highways DVD (out 4/7) has all eight episodes and three hours of bonus footage. The DVD is now available for pre-order on iTunes here.

MAR 30 2015

Sam Dew and Dave Sitek Premiere New Song “Desperately” on Pigeons and Planes

Sam Dew premieres the song “Desperately” off his debut EP, Damn Sue, available 4/7, now on Pigeons and Planes here. The song is the first track from Sam’s new body of work Damn Sue, a clever melodic play on his name that examines the emotional isolation of relationships, executive produced by Dave Sitek from TV on the Radio.

MAR 30 2015

A$AP Rocky On Complex Magazine Cover

A$AP Rocky graces the cover of Complex’s April/May 2015 issue. Read the cover story, “Strange Days”, here.

MAR 30 2015

GRACE’s “You Don’t Own Me” ft. G-Eazy Tops Spotify’s Global Viral Chart!

We’re obsessed with GRACE’s “You Don’t Own Me” featuring G-Eazy and it’s currently #1 on Spotify’s Global Viral Chart! Stream it now here.

MAR 27 2015

Elle King’s “Love Stuff” Earns Rave Reviews In The New York Times!

The New York Times says Elle King “has Adele’s determination and Joan Jett’s stomp, Brenda Lee’s high-voiced bite and some AC/DC shriek.” Find out why her debut album, Love Stuff, is only the beginning for Elle King here.