20th January 2019 | Music
Every week, Myles McCaulskey presents all of the stories you need to know from the world of hip-hop to help you kickstart your week!
On the latest edition of 'Myles' Hip-Hop Highlights' he talks about Rae Sremmurd's split-up rumours, Soulja Boy going viral, Rihanna suing her father and more!
Listen to the full episode below!
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Listen to the latest episode of Myles' Hip-Hop Highlights chatting about Rae Sremmurd's split-up rumours, Soulja Boy going viral, Rihanna suing her father and more! (8 minutes)
18th January 2019 | Music
It is well and truly 2019 and all of the January bangers are making their way onto our playlists. And, if 2019 continues this way, it’s going to be one heck of a playlist by the end of the year…
Featured Song: Ariana Grande – 7 Rings
Ariana’s follow-up to 'Thank u, next' - Imagine’ – didn’t quite blow up in the way everyone thought it would; but that’s fine because she has a new single which is going to be MASSIVE. You know how we know it’s going to be massive? Because it samples The Sound of Music! It’s, surprisingly, a rarely sampled track… last sampled in 2012 by Cyhi Da Prynce and before then by Alice Cooper in 1971.
Anyway, the track sees Ariana doing that rap-singing she’s been up to lately, talking about how “I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it”. Not a very financially mature way of doing things, but we appreciate her honesty. Seriously though – it’s a BOP. And the opening few bars are sampled at the start of the ‘Thank u, next’ video! It’s all coming together! We’re excited!
Sigrid – Don’t Feel Like Crying: Next bop-o’clock comes from Sigrid! With her debut album coming out next month, she had to release another BIG track didn’t she?! Well, she picked well. There’s an orchestral section which is new levels of Gucci for the pop star and, overall, it’s an upbeat pop masterpiece which is going to become a Bar Mitzvah staple. We’re sure of it.
Mabel – Don’t Call Me Up: Following from the success of her Jax Jones collaboration ‘Ring Ring’, it turns out her ex still hasn’t got the message because Mabel is telling him once again to not…
17th January 2019 | Music
Every week, comedians/best friends Miel Bredouw and Demi Adejuyigbe attempt to fix a popular song despite absolutely no qualifications. PUNCH UP THE JAM is a show cataloguing their descent into madness as they review, rewrite, and remix all the hits you love to hate, or just love (until they ruin it for you).
Tawny Newsome joins the gang to unpack the ultimate dad jam, Steely Dan's 'Dirty Work'. Chess? Hollywood Video? The episode is as abstract as this description.
This week's UNPUNCHABLE JAMS: 'Wichita Lineman' by The Meters, 'How Can You Mend a Broken Heart' by Al Green, 'Street Fighter Mas' by Kamasi Washington.
Tawny Newsome joins the gang to unpack the ultimate dad jam, Steely Dan's Dirty Work. Chess? Hollywood Video? The episode is as abstract as this descxxxription. (91 minutes)