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Hear The Banging Matangi' Bonus Track M.I.A. has one more treat for us before all the year-end lists are finished up. She just released Matangi bonus track Trouble Again exclusively through Spotify and, damn, we wish this were a proper track on the
Royal Blood, a power duo from Brighton, are the last hope for rock music, according to the BBC's Sound of 2014 list, which tips soulful singer-songwriters and purveyors of electronica-tinged R&B as the new artists to watch next year. Endorsed by
This post is in partnership with Consequence of Sound , an online music publication devoted to the ever growing and always thriving worldwide music scene. The soundtrack for The Hunger Games featured the subtitle Songs From District 12 and Beyond
In less than two weeks, one of fall's biggest films, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire , will hit theaters. The sci-fi flick also features a blockbuster soundtrack, with contributions from Christina Aguilera, Lorde, Coldplay, Santigold, and The Weeknd.
The 'Bring The Noize' musician insisted she prefers to be known as a ''rapper'' and thinks people pigeonholing her the way they do is a bit ''weird''...I prefer being called a rapper.'' She admitted there was a time before her fourth album 'Matangi'
With her fourth album Matangi in stores this week, the rebellious rapper gets dolled up in the wild fashions of Jeremy Scott for the shoot, which was photographed by Inez and Vindoo and styled by Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele. She covers herself in a
M.I.A.'s most anticipated album just off the strength of its delays. Named after and inspired by the hindu Goddess of spoken word and music Mathangi, the LP has an energetic first half before giving way to a more meditative second act...She sounds
M.I.A.'s signature sound of Mid and Far East flavored hip-hop curated by mega-producer Danja ( Britney Spears, Chris Brown ). Bad Girls is almost criminally catchy and arguably the most accessible track of M.I.A.'s career behind Paper Planes,
50pm M.I.A.'s new album doesn't compare to the singer's former hits...Matangi ½ After her now-notorious middle-finger salute to middle America at 2012's Super Bowl, M.I.A...Most of Matangi whizzes by in a blur of beats, samples and the singer's
M.I.A, "Matangi" (Interscope) Named after a ghetto Hindu goddess, M.I.A.'s fourth proper album pops with a relentless pounce and is filled with all the paradoxical imagery that the intro's title "Karmageddon" conjures. On the call-to-arms title track