Monday Music Madness: “Morning After Dark” – Timbaland feat. SoShy and Nelly Furtado, “I Don’t Like Your Band” – Annie, and “Showing Out” – Clipse feat. Yo Gotti

7 Dec

This week, we’re featuring three songs and a bonus Christmas song! This is a crazy week for music!

I heard this song last week and I could not wait to post it up on here. This sounds like another song that’ll definitely blow up on the charts and will be overplayed on “Top 40” radio stations. Morning After Dark by Timbaland feat. SoShy & Nelly Furtado has a classic synthesized “Timbo” beat and a melody that’ll have you humming it randomly much later. Also, Timbaland’s ridiculous faces in the song make me laugh. Check it out below:

Annie is a pop singer from Europe that has been blowing up the charts over there for the past couple of years. Her style is a unique mix of indie and electropop that translates to a danceable, enjoyable music. Her most recent single, I Don’t Like Your Band, is no exception. Check out the track below:

The Clipse, with the help of Pharrell and the Neptunes, has created another hip-hop song with a sick beat and awesome flow that shows that Virginia represents well in the hip-hop community. Showing Out is a song from the Clipse’s new album, “Til the Casket Drops,” which drops December 8th. In the meantime, check out it below:

BONUS TRACK:

This song is the fourth Christmas themed song The Killers have released annually. Happy Birthday Guadalupe is a weird song that has the Western/Latin flavor that this band has been recently been known for. Listen below and Merry Christmas!

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