The legendary Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds returns with a catchy new single and a sequel to his 1989 breakthrough album “Tender Lover”.
The story of legendary R&B/pop group New Edition is coming to a small screen near you.
Multi-faceted duo The Foreign Exchange previews their upcoming new album with the house-tactic “Asking For A Friend.”
The always-confounding Prince has just released a new single called “Stare”.
The legendary Janet Jackson joins forces with J. Cole for the video version of her hit single “No Sleeep”.
Beta Play (formerly Tommy & The High Pilots) are still young and hungry. Check out their performance for last.fm.
Good music and a laugh-what more could you ask for today?
Beck wants you to dance this summer. Check his new single, “Dreams”, out.
Duran Duran are getting ready to release their first new music in over four years, and we’ve got details!
Janet’s hitting the road again and she may be coming to a town near you.
Andre Cymone delivers a timeless message with a new song: “Give Peace A Chance”.
Check out “Restless”, the first newly recorded music from New Order in a decade.
Singer/songwriter Dornik may remind you of a certain King of Pop, but his “Stand In Your Line” is a summer jam and a half.
Grammy-winner Cee Lo Green returns after a short absence with new single “Robin Williams”.
Eh, give the guy another chance already.
Miguel wants to get into your pants.
If you were to ask me to list my favorite rap albums of all time (hey, there’s an idea for a future list), Public Enemy’s Fear Of A Black Planet would be near the top of that list. The album broke new ground sonically and lyrically, and should be an essential part of any hip-hop fan’s collection. As a 13 year old who was already knee deep in hip-hop when Fear came out, the album was a watershed moment in my […]
Indie rock vets Modest Mouse return with “Lampshades On Fire,” heralding their first new album in eight years.
Another dope joint from MNEK. Check out “The Rhythm.”
De La Soul and Chuck D on the same track? Long Island is definitely in the building.
Frank Ocean is back…or is he?
Billy Corgan doesn’t feature in our latest podcast (much), but this photo was too good to pass up.
Piggybacking off of our last episode, in which Mike Cunningham The Packet Man jokingly stated that he was the leader of the Pittsburgh chapter of the NAACP, we ( Big Money, Dr. Z , Michael Parr and The Packet Man) decided to do a podcast about cultural appropriation. This is definitely more of a circular discussion (with no real conclusion) than many of our other podcasts, but it’s an interesting discussion. Some highlights: -We discuss what made us finally decide to pull the trigger on this discussion, with a special […]
New album, new video, new tour…check out all that’s new in the world of Miguel.
The Blerd Radio team talks nostalgia, originality and reboots (shout out to D.J. Tanner and Kimmy Gibler) in the latest podcast.
Celebrate Jheri Curl Friday with this Jacksons playlist.
I bet you can’t wait until the deluxe reissue of this podcast, coming your way in 2035. With bonus footage!
If you haven’t discovered Lianne La Havas yet, now is the time.
Mariah’s long list of chart-toppers, ranked from worst to first.
I rank every song to hit #1 in 1990. Let’s kick it!
(2015, Episode 4) Last week, I posted the first portion of our 2-part series celebrating all that was great (and a few things that weren’t) about 1990. While the first part focused heavily on film and TV, most of this second part is dedicated to our bread and butter-music. Here’s some of what gets discussed by Big Money , Michael Parr , Dr. Z and The Packet Man (Michael Cunningham) in this episode: The Milli Vanilli Lip Sync Scandal: And how no one thought it odd that people who barely […]