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Taylor Swift’s new album came out on Friday and being unavailable to Stream on Google Play (or Spotify and Amazon for that matter), the options were iTunes or getting the actual CD. Since they cost the same, and with the CD you actually own the music, instead of Apple owning it and technically can take …

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Here are some Songs of the Day that have been popping through my Playlists! Good Old Days – Macklemore feat. Kesha I wish somebody would have told me, babe That someday, these will be the good old days All the love you won’t forget And all these reckless nights you won’t regret ‘Cause someday soon, …

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Yes, it’s the date, and it’s also a top-notch Song of the Day post, so all around it’s a 10/10! The last SOTD post was absolute fire, with all four songs being some of the best songs I’ve posted on here if I do say so myself. But this time I’m going to try to …

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It’s hard to believe that 25-year-old Demi Lovato has six albums out over a nine-year span, as she still feels like one of the fresh new voices, but with today’s release of Tell Me You Love Me, Demi opens up about relationships, life, vulnerability, and everything in between. This album doesn’t have a bad note on it, …

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End of the summer, and while I didn’t have a song of the summer that I threw on repeat, here are some good earworms for your playlists. What Ifs – Kane Brown feat. Lauren Alaina What if I was made for you and you were made for me? What if this is it, what if …

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Kesha’s newest album, her first in five years, titled Rainbow was released today. The album wastes no time launching straight into an Intro of how she’s not going to let people bring her down. Been too mean for too long And I’m so sick of crying, yeah Darling, what’s it for? I could fight forever, oh …

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  When I first started really listening to music, it was 2004 and I fell for two of the hit songs of the year. Green Day’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams and the Numb/Encore collaboration of Linkin Park and Jay-Z. Since then the two bands of Green Day and Linkin Park have been at the top of every …

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It’s been almost five years since Kesha put out Warrior, and she has gone to hell and back in the meantime. A lawsuit with her producer Dr. Luke took the headlines, with lawsuits covering harassment and business ethics, and it seemed for a while like Kesha’s music career would never make a return. But in the last …

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This Song of the Day post will start with a current genre battle and then take a few time hops back… Battle of Pop vs EDM Cut To The Feeling – Carly Rae Jepsen This song is the catchiest entry song to hit the radio in a long time, and I want it to play …

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Linkin Park’s seventh album comes as artists try to reinvent themselves to stay relevant (see Paramore last Friday), and One More Light is a mix of pop songs trying to get on the radio. While the sounds on some of them are really good, it’s kind of strange hearing Chester Bennington stray so far away from …

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