New Music Today – Britney Spears, Wiz Khalifa, Radiohead, Whitesnake, And More
All sorts of new music today. Britney Spears, Radiohead, Emery, Wiz Khalifa, Unwritten Law, Colin Hay. Lots of solid albums it looks like. Read more and get the full list of releases -
--"Femme Fatale", Britney Spears - Britney's seventh album includes the singles "Hold It Against Me" and "Till the World Ends". It also features a track called "Big Fat Bass", which features Will.I.Am of the Black Eyed Peas. BTW, A deluxe edition includes four bonus tracks.
--"The King of Limbs", Radiohead - Their eighth album was released digitally last month. Here is the video for the first single, "Lotus Flower". And here's the amusing remix that sets the video to Beyoncé's "Single Ladies".
--"Screaming Bloody Murder", Sum 41
--"Forevermore", Whitesnake - This is their 11th album.
--"The Unforgiving", Within Temptation - They're a symphonic metal band from the Netherlands with a female lead singer named Sharon den Adel.
--"Something Big", the gospel duo Mary Mary - It includes the single "Walking".
--"Contact", "urban jazz" superstar Boney James - Guests include Mario, R&B minx Heather Headley, and former Destiny's Child member LeToya Luckett.
--"Here We Go Again", Willie Nelson and jazz musician Wynton Marsalis performing classic Ray Charles music . . . with some help from Norah Jones
--"Rockpango", LOS LONELY BOYS - The album includes a track called "American Idle".
-"Swan", Unwritten Law - This is their first album in six years. Rapper Del the Funky Homosapien appears on a track called "Chicken (Ready to Go)".
--"We Do What We Want", the hardcore band Emery
--"Gathering Mercury", Colin Hay from the '80s band Men at Work
--"Doggumentary Music", Snoop Dogg - His 11th album features guest appearances by T-Pain, R. Kelly, John Legend, Kanye West, Gorillaz, Young Jeezy, Too Short, Wiz Khalifa, E-40 and country singer Willie Nelson.
--"Rolling Papers", Wiz Khalifa - It includes his song, "Black and Yellow"
--"Revenue Retrievin: Graveyard Shift", E-40 - Guests include T-Pain, Bun B, and Tech N9ne.