“Crossing a Line” is a pop, rock and electronic hybrid that will appear on Shinoda’s forthcoming solo album.
Mother Monster proves she has the pipes with a virtuosic performance of “Your Song.”
He calls it a “throwaway track,” but its heavy bass and dense verses are anything but.
“Sorry for Your Loss” is a folksy, melancholic ballad written in memory of the late Mark Linkous.
It’s the best video you’ll watch today, guaranteed.
The two rappers bridge their generation gap on the new single off Esco’s forthcoming album.
The new future bass duo amp up the track with 808s, big drops and a dash of danger.
The New Zealand singer-songwriter performs a stripped-down, a capella rendition of Ye’s “Love Lockdown.”
And in true, OC hardcore style, the new, raucous track clocks in at under two minutes.