Video: The Weeknd – “Rolling Stone”


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Melancholy electro-soul savant The Weeknd today released his gloomy, intimate video for “Rolling Stone.” The black and white video shows the singer up close and personal, seated in a photo studio. Piercing eye contact in those close-ups and furrowed brow soul pouring does more than just a little to stir up anyone’s secret emo. Eesh.

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Justice Releases ‘Audio, Video, Disco’ + Video Interview & Full Album Stream


Today Justice released their most recent project entitled Audio, Video, Disco. Perhaps you remember the catchy title track video from September. And now there’s plenty more where that came from, so naturally, we’re psyched.

Above, catch their video interview with Rolling Stone as the Parisian duo describes their music making process.

Also compliments of Rolling Stone is a full album stream! Enjoy, folks.

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New Song from The Weeknd: “Rolling Stone” + 6 Unreleased Tracks

The mysterious new artist The Weeknd, who popped up on the scene a few months ago with the dark and moody gem “Wicked Games,” just unleashed to the world a new song from his upcoming mixtape. The song is called “Rolling Stone” and will be part of his Thursday project, which according to his twitter account is coming soon. The song is another dark and introspective cut from him with very minimal production, led by a beautiful acoustic guitar melody and spare drums throughout. If this is a preview of what’s to come, then we definitely can’t wait until Thursday.

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Questlove and John Legend Talk About Their New Album Wake Up!

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There are plenty of reasons why we’re looking forward to the release of this upcoming collaboration, Wake Up!, but here are a few highlights as described by the musicians themselves. Find out how these soulful 70′s throwbacks and their political themes are more relevant than ever in 2010.