Posts Tagged ‘songs’

The 11 best Coldplay songs, ranked

The 11 best Coldplay songs, ranked

The NFL has announced that Coldplay will perform at the 2016 Super Bowl halftime show. We surveyed the entire SB Nation staff to come up with a ranking of their 11 best hits! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. Coldplay originally formed under the name Pectoralz. SBNation.com – All Posts

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Major Lazer, The Weeknd have Spotify’s top summer songs

Major Lazer, The Weeknd have Spotify’s top summer songs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Spotify has named EDM act Major Lazer’s “Lean On” as the global song of the summer. The thumping, bass-heavy song featuring MØ and DJ Snake beat out Jamaican native OMI’s “Cheerleader” and Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” featuring Charlie Puth, which were the second and third most-streamed songs this summer...

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This week’s most important songs: Deerhunter, Panda Bear, and more

This week’s most important songs: Deerhunter, Panda Bear, and more

Welcome back to The Verge‘s roundup of the most important music from the week that was. I’m Jamieson, I’m still your host, and I hope you’ve all enjoyed reading the site during this year’s Hack Week! This post isn’t going to change too much, but I’m going to close out my own personal Hack...

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This week’s most important songs: Carly Rae Jepsen, Destroyer, and more

This week’s most important songs: Carly Rae Jepsen, Destroyer, and more

Welcome back to The Verge‘s roundup of the most important music from the week that was. I’m Jamieson, I’m still your host, and I’m writing this roundup from the comfort of my parents’ house, where I’ve been subsisting on a diet of Pizza Pockets and televised golf. I can’t promise you’ll like this week’s...

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This week’s most important songs: Disclosure, Prince, and more

This week’s most important songs: Disclosure, Prince, and more

Welcome back to The Verge‘s roundup of the most important music from the week that was. I’m Jamieson, I’m still your host, and I’m glad you’re taking a break from following the Drake / Meek Mill beef to spend some time with me. This is a diss track-free zone! I love a fine musical spat,...

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This year’s most important songs (so far): summer jams and chart slams

This year’s most important songs (so far): summer jams and chart slams

Welcome back to The Verge’s roundup of the most important music from the week that was. I’m Jamieson, I’m still your host, and things are a little different this week. Today marks the official global release date change — from now on, albums are going to come out on Fridays no matter where you...

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Xbox Music for iOS and Android now streams songs from OneDrive for free

Xbox Music for iOS and Android now streams songs from OneDrive for free

Microsoft updated Xbox Music on Windows to play songs stored on OneDrive back in March, and today the company is refreshing its iOS and Android apps with the same feature. While Xbox Music is being renamed to Groove, today’s updates do not include the new branding. However, the new update does bring the ability to...

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The US is streaming nearly twice as many songs this year

The US is streaming nearly twice as many songs this year

Apple Music comes at a pretty critical time. People in the US streamed nearly twice as much music during the first half of 2015 than they did during the same period a year ago, while digital song sales dropped just over 10 percent, according to Billboard‘s report on the latest Nielsen stats. In total, Nielsen measured...

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Sirius XM to pay record labels $210 million settlement over classic songs

Sirius XM to pay record labels $210 million settlement over classic songs

Sirius XM has agreed to pay five record labels $ 210 million to settle a lawsuit that accused the satellite radio company of using songs released before 1972 without authorization and without paying royalties, according to Reuters. Sirius XM can continue playing these songs through 2017 Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group,...

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Apple Watch user fined $120 for skipping songs while driving

Apple Watch user fined $120 for skipping songs while driving

The Apple Watch just got more expensive for one man in Quebec. Jeffrey Macesin of Pincourt tells CTV News that he was pulled over by police for using the Watch while driving; he received a $ 120 fine and four points on his license. Macesin says his phone was in his bag, connected to...

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