Hope you all enjoy this song of the day to start off your weekend! Today we’ve got “Run”, by up-and-coming rap group The Knux, and the track also features Kid CuDi in a rare guest feature. Got to love it!
Today’s song of the day comes to you from legendary French dance group Daft Punk. This mix of “Around The World” and “Harder Better Faster Stronger” is off of their latest live album, Alive 2007, and is one of the classic pieces of their catalog. Enjoy, and don’t forget to tune in at 9PM CST tonight for our live broadcast! We have a wide range of topics to discuss, so join in on the conversation tonight!
Today’s song of the day comes to you from indie rock band TV on the Radio, and was one of the greatest songs of 2004. Enjoy, and don’t forget - we’re on air this Thursday at 9PM!
Today’s track of the day is a unique hybrid of rap and rock, and we mean that in the best way possible. Travis Barker’s oft-delayed solo album is finally seeing the light of day in a month or two, and today brought around the release of the first official single off of the album. Featuring an all-star lineup of Lil Wayne, Game, Swizz Beatz, and Rick Ross, “Can The Drummer Get Some?” is a blaring, anthemic track filled with spectacular verses by all, as one might expect. Be looking for this one to be hitting radios everywhere sometime next month, even though this will have fully dissipated through the mass consciousness of the internet approximately 0.263984 seconds after this posting. Not a bad way to start off a weekend, right? Thought so. Enjoy!
Today’s track of the day is a somewhat old (but timeless nonetheless) remix of one of Santigold’s hit songs, “You’ll Find A Way”. In this dance remix, Kid CuDi tacks on an additional guest verse that gives the song an added level of intensity and depth. Further adding to the track’s intrigue is the fact that CuDi’s verse was recorded far before his explosion into the mainstream consciousness, making this song a veritable time capsule into the primordial beginnings of the career of the man commonly known as Scott Mescudi. Santigold herself isn’t too shabby either - her urgent, racing vocals perfectly complement the dark and frenetic beat. This, combined with CuDi’s guest spot, creates a recipe for success. Enjoy!
Today’s track of the day is Kanye West’s emotional ode to his mother, entitled “Hey Mama”. This song was famously performed by West at the 2008 Grammy Awards, shortly after losing his mother to complications stemming from plastic surgery. The live performance was widely considered to be one of - if not the best of his career. Now, we’re bringing you the original studio version of this historic song in all its orchestra-backed glory. Enjoy!
Today’s track of the day comes to you from the French electronica trio Telepopmusik. “Last Train To Wherever” features ethereal vocals overlaid onto a haunting sonic backdrop. With bubbling synths and intriguing auditory nuances throughout, this is one of those tracks that is heard once and put on repeat for the rest of the day (I should know; it happened to me this past weekend). The group is rumored to be releasing a new album sometime this year, but until then, this offering from their album Angel Milk (which came out all the way back in 2005) will have to do. Enjoy!