Funnyman Stephen Colbert, along with all-girl goth outfit the Black Belles, released the new song 'Charlene II (I'm Over You)' via Third Man Records (which is owned and operated by former White Strips mainman Jack White). It's a rock 'n' roll scorcher, but it's also an homage to stalking the one you are no longer with. It's hilarious and in typical Colbert fashion.
'Cheer Up' by J. Cole isn't an anthem about keeping your head up. It's actually a sad tune, erected on a mechanized, machine-style beat that loops throughout and he spews some venom at several people. It's a pessimistic ode to the suckage of life and about how there is always a dark cloud overpowering any silver lining.
Who run this mother, you ask? Well, Beyonce, of course! The smokin' R&B siren is preparing to conquer the airwaves this summer with the release of her fourth studio LP, fittingly titled '4,' on June 28. The album will feature her already smash hit 'Run the World (Girls)' as well as 11 other tracks that vary in sound and subject material. Check out our track-by-track review of Beyonce's '4' album and let us know what your favorite '4' track is in the comment section below.
J. Cole has released a new song, 'Work Out,' from his forthcoming album 'Cole Word: The Sideline Story,' and the song is heavy on the Auto-Tune at first. Vocal effects aside, it's a lazy and chill hip-hop number with a funked out, '70s wah wah porno guitar riff and funk-da-fied beat.
Hip-hop duo the Cool Kids -- Chuck Inglish and Mikey Rocks -- have built up quite a buzz over the past couple years, and now they have a debut full-length album, 'When Fish Ride Bicycles,' and a single, 'Swimsuits,' featuring Mayer Hawthorne.
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