The fourth single off of Eminem’s new, highly successful album Marshall Mathers LP 2, “the monster” featuring Rihanna has topped the charts and dominated for quite some time! Looks like Eminem is back in style, with a number of hits, including Berzerk, Survival and Rap God.
Paramore, in their fourth self-titled album, have displayed clear musical growth since the days of Misery Business, one of their first singles I listened to and Decode. It’s definitely not just about Williams’ vocals here. The instrumentation blows you away at most points… especially with the solo in Future! While sticking to the theme of growing up, the band experiments with a lot of different sounds and leaves behind some of the most intense and earnest tracks they’ve ever made!
Katy Perry’s single “Dark Horse” from the album Prism, stays true to her track record of hits that are both well created, and reflective of an inner strength and confidence. The song has a strong, heady beat – a seductive addition to her rich voice.
This new track by Coldplay, written for the soundtrack of The Hunger Games – Catching Fire, certainly stirs a fire in our hearts. A throwback to the old, much loved Coldplay style, this track immediately captivates and imparts a sense of peace, of warm hearths and sunsets.