Weekly Top 10

  1. "Shake it Off" - Taylor Swift
  2. "Anaconda" - Nicki Minaj
  3. "All About That Bass " - Meghan Trainor
  4. "Stay With Me " - Sam Smith
  5. "Rude" - MAGIC!
  6. "Black Widow" - Iggy Azalea Featuring Rita Ora
  7. "Break Free" - Ariana Grande Featuring Zedd
  8. "Chandelier" - Sia
  9. "Bang Bang" - Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
  10. "Am I Wrong " - Nico & Vinz
Recent Posts

Release your inner “femme fatale”

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With International Women’s Day just past us, I’ve been feeling particularly empowered as of late. And when I’m feeling empowered, I make lots of playlists that continue to empower me and drive me to be my best self. With that being said, I’m here to share with you guys one of my favorites, the playlist

Noel Gallagher – Chasing Yesterday (2015)

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  Listen up, you really need to find a way for what you’re going to say. So here’s a thought for every man who tries to understand what’s in his hands. D’you know what I mean? Yesterday, you and I were going to live forever. Yesterday, you and I were gonna turn up the sun.

DVBBS & Jay Hardway- “Voodoo”

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Notable for their single “Tsunami” ft. Borgeous back in 2013, DVBBS has been teasing their fans with snips of “Voodoo” since February on Facebook. “Voodoo” was made with Jay Hardway (a.k.a Jobke Heiblom)  who is better known for his part in co-writing “Wizard” with fellow Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix. Following its release on March 2nd,

Purity Ring – Another Eternity

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When Purity released Shrines less than three years ago, Megan James and Corin Roddick set the standards for dream pop to a new, heavenly high. At the time of their first full length album’s release, the duo’s signature sound was already well defined to some by the bizarrely infectious blend of dream-like house tracks and James’

Nick Jonas & Jhené Aiko Collab for “Chains” Remix

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  Produced by Jason Evigan, “Chains” originally tells a story of heartbreak through its lyrics that evoked a feeling of melancholy. However, with the introduction of Jhené Aiko’s angelic voice and her seductive lyrics song morphs into something reminiscent of an S&M scene straight from Fifty Shades of Grey. (E.L. James, eat your heart out). All-in-all,