New Music Friday + DJ Khaled + THREE New Gold & Platinum Awards = No Brainer
Congratulations to Bazzi on his FIRST EVER RIAA award: “Mine” is now Platinum! Check out his NEW ALBUM Cosmic out NOW from Atlantic Records!
The much anticipated debut rap album from NY native Cardi B includes her 5X multi-Platinum hit “Bodak Yellow” – RIAA’s 2017 top certified song by a female artist – along with Platinum-certified single “Bartier Carti.”
Congratulations to Bishop Briggs on her FIRST EVER RIAA award: “River” is Gold! Check out her NEW ALBUM Church of Scars out NOW from Island Records
The Georgia-born Platinum-certified country singer-songwriter co-wrote five of the 12 songs on his third album.
“With a lot of the romantic infatuations I’ve had,” Mitski says, “when I look back, I wonder, Did I want them or did I want to be them? Did I love them or did I want to absorb whatever power they had? I decided I could just be my own cowboy figure that I so desire.” In Be The Cowboy, Mitski delves into the loneliness of being a symbol and the loneliness of being someone, and how it can feel so much like being no one.
This is the ninth studio album from the Platinum-certified alternative band fronted by guitarist/vocalist Justin Furstenfeld.
Remember This offers a widescreen vision of America that focuses on the urgency of the present moment while retaining Jeremy & The Harlequins’ magical, romantic vision of and reverence for the past.
The LA-based duo met when Ryan Merchant responded to Sebu Simonian’s ad on Craigslist offering his production services. After a successful three years of writing jingles for commercials and advertising campaigns, they formed formed Capital Cities.
The highly anticipated new project by the multi-Platinum superstar was produced by Pharrell and Max Martin and includes 15 songs co-written by the singer herself.
The Seattle band’s ninth studio album claims to be the most “adventurous” yet as the indie rock outfit explores new sonic corners and a new look with now five members.
70’s art rock and classic songwriting combine for a powerful modern indie-rock album that is buoyed by warped, analog pedals/transistors and tailor-made guitar tones.
Recorded in the 145 year old Bishop Cronyn Memorial Church and produced by Chris Stringer (Union Sound) JUNO nominated, Polaris Prize shortlisted, Great Lake Swimmers frontman Tony Dekker set out to specifically make new album The Waves, The Wake without any acoustic guitar.