New Music Out This Week; Michael Bubl’e, Snoop Lion and Will.I.Am [VIDEO]
If you want a little variety in your music diet, this is the week for you, running the gamete of artists and genres.
1.) will.i.am. -“#willpower” (guests: Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Lil Wayne, Miley Cyrus, 2NE1)– Black Eyed Peas Who? Will has found the magic formula of teaming up with established artists, throwing down a cool beat and interjecting a few lines here and there. Don’t get it twisted now, I got nothing but love for him, I am a huge fan!
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2.) Snoop Lion – “Reincarnation” (reggae- and dancehall-influenced album; guests: Drake, T.I., Busta Rhymes, Akon, Chris Brown)– For those of you not in the know, he was the Artist formerly known as Snoop Dog, but has now found reggae as his main musical influence. He does have some serious star power on this album but it may not be enough.
3.) Michael Bublé – “To Be Loved” –The smooth sweet sounds of our generations Sinatra. Pick up this latest c.d. and then click here to enter to win a Vacation in the Bahamas to see him perform live from Mix 108 and Northland Chevrolet!
4.) Fantasia – “Side Effects of You” (guests: Missy Elliott, Kelly Rowland) Remember her from American Idol?
Other Music Out This Week:
–Queensrÿche (Geoff Tate-fronted version) “Frequency Unknown” (guests: K.K. Downing, Chris Poland, Ty Tabor, Paul Bostaph, Lita Ford, Brad Gillis, Dave Menikett, Craig Locicero)
–Tate Stevens (season 2 winner of the U.S. version of “The X Factor”) “Tate Stevens”
–Bob Marley & The Wailers “Kaya: 35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition” (1978 album; remastered; two CDs, 24 tracks, with the unreleased live show, “Live at Ahoy Hallen,” recorded in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on July 7, 1978)