While never 100% accurate (full numbers come out tomorrow), HITS is reporting Fall Out Boy will have the number one album in the country tomorrow with around 148k copies sold.
Looks like they’re going to go higher than even I thought.
Twitter unveils #Music — where you can listen to 30 second clips of trending songs. It’s as if ‘TRL’ never ended.
Zach is figuring out which hits of last year will accompany the film hits of this year.
The Muppets 2 x Carly Rae Jepsen
Carrie remake x Fiona Apple’s “Daredevil”
Ender’s Game or Pacific Rim or Oblivion x Usher’s “Climax”
Etc. More fun at Vulture.
Fox teen musical show Glee will resume their fourth season on Thursday (1/24) and if you somehow end up watching, you’ll notice that they’ll be singing a cover of Sir Mix-a-Lot’s “Baby Got Back.” However, NYC geek rock fave Jonathan Coulton just tweeted that they ripped of his cover of the song without contacting him. You can stream Jonathan’s version and Glee’s version below… the similarities are pretty undeniable.
Probably the only time you’ll see Brooklyn Vegan and Glee in the same headline…
I like ‘Glee’ but their alleged swiping of small artists (Kiki viral choreogrpaher, Oregon Divisi, now this) is becoming a trend.
UVA Hullabahoos - “Diamonds” by Rihanna & “Let Me Love You” by Ne-Yo
Tracy Morgan serenaded his 30 Rock castmates with a little Boyz II Men last night
Ra Ra Riot | “Beta Love”
The following albums are available digitally through Amazon for $2 or less, but only for today. They include: Taylor Shift, Rihanna, Carly Rae Jepsen, Bob Marley, Abba, Ellie Goulding, Simon & Garfunkel, Hall and Oates, No Doubt, Ne-Yo, Carpenters, Norah Jones, Johnny Cash, Lana Del Rey, Paul McCartney, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton and more.
Major 7 (Johns Hopkins) - “Skyfall” by Adele
‘Gangnam Style’ becomes 1st video to reach 1 billion views
“Gangnam Style” has just become the first video to reach and surpass one billion views.
This morning, Psy’s mega-hit reached this unprecedented milestone just 27 days after surpassing Justin Bieber’s “Baby” as the most watched video on YouTube, Billboard reports.
Photo: Psy performs “Gangnam Style” on the “Today Show” on Sept. 14, 2012. (TODAY)
Listening to the lyrics, this makes a lot of sense.
Jimmy Eat World - Last Christmas (Wham! Cover)
Noteriety (University of Arizona) - “Too Close” by Alex Clare
“The American Process”