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New Music to Listen to!

Don’t you know what songs to listen to on a Friday? 360 Magazine brings you a new playlist with all these new songs!

  1. “ALMOST TOO EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS” by Jimmy Fallon & Dolly Parton. You can now listen to the single HERE. Connect with Dolly Parton: Instagram I Facebook I Twitter I Youtube I Spotify I Apple Music
  2. “IT’S SOMETHING IN ME” by G Herbo. He has released a new video for this single, watch it HERE. Besides, you can now listen to his album ‘SURVIVOR’S REMORSE: A SIDE & B SIDE HERE.
  • TRACKLIST
    Survivor’s (A SIDE)
  1. FWM f/ Yosohn
  2. Flashbacks f/ Jeremih
  3. Aye f/ Offset
  4. Blues f/ Future
  5. Shaderoom
  6. 4 Min of Hell Pt. 6
  7. Real Rap f/ BennyThe Butcher
  8. Paid f/ Essex
  9. Shordie f/ Gunna
  10. After That
  11. Outside Looking In
  12. Survivor’s Outro

Remorse (B SIDE)

  1. Sleepless Nights
  2. History
  3. Change (Gun Shots)
  4. Me, Myself & I f/ A Boogie wit Da Hoodie
  5. Breathe Slow f/ Young Thug
  6. No Guts, No Glory
  7. Machines f/ Conway The Machine
  8. Torn
  9. It’s Something In Me
  10. Him
  11. All That f/ Kodak Black
  12. Remorse Outro
  13. Letter to Juice (Bonus)

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3. AUSTIN CITY LIMITS-CIMAFUNK & THE TRIBE Premieres NOV. 12 (PBS) -“Afro-Cuban Funk Sensations Thrill in Ecstatic Hour”

Cimafunk & The Tribe‘s tracklist

LA PAPA

SALVAJE

SE ACABO

BEAT CON FLOW

APRETADO

RELAJAO

FUNK ASPIRIN

ME VOY

Follow CIMAFUNK: Instagram I Youtube I Spotify I Telegram

4. ”NEW UNKNOWN” by Captain Kirk Douglas.

Captain Kirk Douglas is one of the hardest-working guitarists in music today. Today, longtime guitarist for The Roots, Captain Kirk Douglas, releases his second full-length solo album New Unknown under the artist name Hundred Watt Heart. Listen to New Unknown HERE

Connect with Captain Kirk Douglas: TWITTER | INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK

5. GLORILLA DROPS DEBUT EP, ANYWAYS, LIFE’S GREAT….

  • Listen to Anyways, Life’s Great…HERE
  • Watch New Video For “Nut Quick” HERE

Connect with Glorilla: Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | TikTok

Start the weekend with good vibes and new music!

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Mufasa × Hypeman × Dopamine

Following the runaway success of the viral single “Friday”–which has garnered a staggering half a billion streams, shot to the Top 5 in the UK and been certified platinum with over 750,000 UK sales – the exciting duo Mufasa & Hypeman recently teamed up again with DJ/producer collective Dopamine for their new single ‘Weekend’ via Ministry Of Sound Recordings/RCA Records. They release the video for the single which sees Mufasa & Hypeman travelling back in time to an ‘80s house party with a special throwback performance from Dopamine.

The Alexander Lamburini directed visual is the perfect pairing for the infectious single “Weekend” which was released in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend and offers a sprinkling of nostalgia with its reworking of Madonna’s 80s pop classic “Holiday.” Hypeman & Mufasa, with Dopamine on production and vocals, have set the agenda for many weekends to come with the addictive track that has already racked up over two million streams since release and been added to playlists on Capital FM and Kiss FM and received numerous plays on Radio 1 Dance Anthems.

Speaking on the single, Mufasa said: “We wanted to do something different and pay homage to Madonna with the 80s classic song, ‘Holiday’ but with our little twist. We decided to declare the weekend a Holiday because who doesn’t love the weekend?” Hypeman said: “We always try to be better than our last and with this new single, I know we did just that. Creating the weekend was not only fun for us, but relatable for everyone around the world” Dopamine vocalist Sam Harper added: ‘It feels like the right time to bring joy to the world by getting everybody back on the dancefloor. We’ve been working hard to capture that energy in our records and can’t wait to see everyone’s reactions.” Dopamine DJ, Ethan Porte added: “I can’t wait to start playing this one in my sets. If ‘Friday’ is anything to go by, people are going to love this one”

Mufasa & Hypeman are the unlikely duo that shot to global fame following the release of their iconic viral adaptation of MK’s legendary remix for Nightcrawlers’ club classic ‘Push The Feeling On’. The video has spread joy to millions of people around the world during lockdown and became an instant hit on TikTok with the likes of Katy Perry, Kanye West and Gordon Ramsay paving the way for a challenge which would see tens of thousands of people get involved. The viral video was also picked up by BBC’s The One Show and featured as part of Radio 1 Greg James’ Lockdown Awards. 

Dopamine is the brainchild of a set of visionary music producers who have produced multi-platinum smashes across the globe under various other guises and have dominated the charts with feel-good, club-ready dance records. The DJ/producer collective also includes vocalist Sam Harper who also provided the vocals for the last smash single “Friday”.

American Gods at New York Comic Con

Join your favorite American Gods cast members and Executive Producer Neil Gaiman for an exclusive first sneak peek as the battle continues between New Gods and Old in season two of the hit STARZ Original Series at their first ever official New York Comic Con panel.

Mark your calendars as this will take place Friday the 5th of October from 1:30-2:30 PM at the Hammerstein Ballroom in the Manhattan Center.

American Gods is a one-hour drama adapted from Gaiman’s novel of the same name.

Following the epic showdown at Easter’s party, season two ups the ante with Mr. Wednesday continuing his quest to pitch the case for war to the Old Gods with Shadow, Laura and Mad Sweeney in tow. When things don’t go as planned at the House on the Rock, they all find themselves on a haunting journey through middle America.

Fans can tweet @AmericanGodsSTZ and @STARZ to join in on the conversation with #AmericanGods

 

Liam Payne’s EP

Get ready because Liam Payne will be releasing his brand new EP, First Time, on August 24th.

To make things even better, the song features acclaimed hip-hop artist French Montana.

“As you may know, the last few months have seen some big changes for me…I looked at some of the songs on my album which were done a while ago and they fell from another age. I’m determined for my debut album to truly represent me. I’m now back in the studio working hard to finalize the final few new songs on the record–I’m genuinely excited about the music I’m writing and recording and I can’t wait for it to be ready for you wall,” says Payne.

With over 2 billion streams and a triple-platinum certification for the breakout song single “Strip That Down,” Payne has emerged as a pop powerhouse in his own right.

“Strip That Down” notably tallied worldwide sales of 10 million-plus in addition to standing out as “one of the biggest-selling singles of 2017” and “the biggest-selling solo single from any current member of One Direction.”

He garnered a Teen Choice Award for “Familiar” and joined forces with the one and only Rita Ora on “For You” from the chart-topping official soundtrack for the steamy Fifty Shades Freed which you can watch and listen to here.

So, prepare yourself world because Payne definitely has some more tricks up his sleeve when it comes to new music.

 

 

 

 

Anita Baker’s Farewell Concert Series

Just recently, Anita Baker announces a Los Angeles performance at the iconic Greek Theatre for September 13th as a part of her farewell concert series.

Baker is an American singer and songwriter who has had a passion for music since the 1970s. As you can see, she is a true legend.

This is the only Southern California appearance so you don’t want to miss this.

The Greek Theatre is located at 2700 North Vermont Avenue in Los Angeles, CA.

The performance will take place at the theatre at 8 PM.

Tickets go on sale August 10th at noon through AXS.com. Ticket prices range from $59.50 to $149.50, plus applicable service changes.

ALESSIA CARA REVEALS PERSONAL LYRICS TO GROWING PAINS

GRAMMY’S BEST NEW ARTIST ALESSIA CARA REVEALS PERSONAL LYRICS TO NEW SINGLE “GROWING PAINS,” OUT THIS FRIDAY

ALESSIA SET FOR DEBUT PERFORMANCE OF “GROWING PAINS” ON THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JIMMY FALLON ON MONDAY, JUNE 18

FOLLOWS GROUNDBREAKING RUN OF 6 GLOBAL PLATINUM HITS: “HERE,” “WILD THINGS,” “SCARS TO YOUR BEAUTIFUL,” “HOW FAR I’LL GO,” (MOANA), “STAY” (WITH ZEDD), AND “1-800-273-8255” (WITH LOGIC)

WITH OVER 7 BILLION STREAMS TO DATE, ALESSIA WAS THE MOST-STREAMED NEW FEMALE ARTIST OF 2017

Grammy Award®-winning “Best New Artist” Alessia Cara, the most-streamed new female artist of 2017, will release her brand new single “Growing Pains” on Def Jam Recordings thisFriday, June 15th. “Growing Pains” is the first single from Alessia’s forthcoming sophomore album. The nationally televised debut of “Growing Pains” will be Monday, June 18 on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

“Growing Pains” is Alessia’s first new, self-penned, solo recording since her 2015 platinum debut album KNOW-IT-ALL, which spawned the multi-platinum, Top 40-chart-topping global hits “Here” and “Scars To Your Beautiful.” For Alessia’s legions of die-hard fans, “Growing Pains” is the long-awaited follow-up to the 4x-platinum “1-800-273-8255,” her historic collab­o­­­ration with fellow Def Jam artist Logic, one of 2017’s landmark singles with over 1.5 billion streams worldwide. Along with “Stay” – her double-platinum #1 pop collab with Zedd – and other hits, Alessia has generated over 7 billion global streams to date.

Singer/songwriter Alessia Cara, a JUNO award winner for 2016 Breakthrough Artist of the Year in her native Canada, went on to receive the “Rule Breaker” honor at the Billboard Women in Music annual event. She won MTV Video Music Awards in 2017 for Best Electronic Dance Video (for“Stay”) and Best Fight Against The System (for her multi-platinum #1Billboard Pop Song “Scars To Your Beautiful,” which she and Logicperformed with Khalid as the climactic moment of this year’s Grammy broadcast). Alessia also won back-to-back ASCAP Pop Awards for “Stay”and “Scars To Your Beautiful”; along with Dance Song of the Year (for“Stay”) at the iHeart Radio Music Awards.

Alessia has earned nominations for Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock at the 2017 American Music Awards, the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Breakout Artist, the Billboard Music Award for Top New Artist, the BET Award for Best New Artist, the BBC Award for Song of The Year, and many other honors. In addition, she lent her voice to the RIAA platinum “How Far I’ll Go” penned by Lin-Manuel Miranda, official song of Disney’s animated film Moana.

On ‘Growing Pains,’ Alessia grapples with feelings of confusion and isolation, searches for peace, and ultimately finds joy in the face of her rapid-fire transition from childhood to becoming a young adult and an artist. Read the lyrics below…
“Growing Pains” Lyrics:
(verse 1)
Make my way through the motions
I try to ignore it
But home’s looking farther the closer I get
Don’t know why I can’t see the end
Is it over yet?

A short leash and a short fuse
Don’t match
They tell me it ain’t that bad
“now, don’t you overreact”
So I just hold my breath
Don’t know why I can’t see the sun
When young should be fun

(Pre-chorus)
And I guess the bad can get better
Gotta be wrong before it’s right
Every happy phrase engraved in my mind
And I’ve always been a go-getter
There’s truth in every word I write
But still the growing pains, growing pains
They’re keeping me up at night

(Chorus)
(hey hey x8)
And I can’t hide
‘cause growing pains are keeping me up
at night (x2)

(verse 2)
Try to mend what’s left
Of my content incomprehension
As I take on the stress
Of the mess that I’ve made
Don’t know if I even care for “grown”
If it’s just alone

(pre chorus)
(chorus)

(Bridge)
It’s starting to look like
Ms. Know-it-All can’t take her own advice
Can’t find
Pieces of my peace of mind
I Cry
More than I want to admit but I can’t lie
To myself, to anyone
Cause phoning it in isn’t any fun
Cant run
Back to my youth the way I want to
The days my brother was quicker to fool
AM radio, not much to do
Used monsters as an excuse
To lie awake
Now that monsters are the ones that I
Have to face
No band-aids for the growing pains