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The Weeknd’s ‘Starboy’ Video Surpasses 1 Billion YouTube Views

The Weeknd hits a billi. While Abel continues his “Starboy: Legend the Fall Tour” across North America, his Daft Punk-assisted “Starboy” video surpasses the 1 billion view milestone on YouTube. Released in September last year, the cinematic

Beyoncé Leads BET Awards Nominations

Queen Bey reigns again. Beyoncé leads the 2017 BET Awards nominations with seven, including nods for Best Female R&B/Pop Artist, Best Collaboration (“Freedom” with Kendrick Lamar), Video the Year (“Sorry”), and Album the Year (LEMONADE). Following Bey

Rita Ora Announces New Single ‘Your Song’

Rita Ora is ready to make her return. Five years after releasing her debut album Ora, the British superstar has announced her brand new single “Your Song.” “I’m so excited to share that my new single ‘Your

Sir the Baptist Reflects for New Song ‘Saint or Sinner’ –

Atlantic Sir the Baptist is back with new music. Today he drops the title track to his upcoming album, Saint or Sinner, due May 12. “Miracles, here we go, go on get it/Packing two-seaters with four women/Water

A Classic Daft Punk Sample Has Finally Been Discovered

Daft Punk have been known for their carefully selected sampling, and as any fan their older albums would argue, they deserve the kudos. However, some their finest works are still stacked with unknown samples, with origins that

Zan Rowe: The Most Powerful Woman In Australian Music

Words by Toyah Hoetzel If, like me, you’ve spent the majority your life listening to triple j (over twenty years in fact), you probably also feel a strong affinity with the longer running presenters. The ‘J’ has

New Music: Machine Gun Kelly ‘Let You Go’

Machine Gun Kelly tries his hand at a rock and rap fusion with “Let You Go,” the latest release from his forthcoming album bloom. Over electric guitars, Young Gunner delivers pop-punk melodies. “Since you left, I’ve been

The 90s Were A Weird But Wonderful Time For Dance Music

Generally speaking, the 90s go down as one the strangest decades in history. Be it in terms the style, the movies or – in this case – the music; the 90s were just super fucking odd in all

​Prozzäk’s Simon and Milo The Exclaim! Questionnaire

Rewind to 1999: A pre-9/11 world is enjoying economic prosperity, small (but dumb) cell phones and every imaginable colour pants. But there are two Canadian cartoon characters that will never quite be happy: the despondent, perpetually lovelorn