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Listen To Justin Timberlake’s Brand New Single “Can’t Stop The Feeling”

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The first taste of his new music since the second half of his The 20/20 Experience, Justin Timberlake has released his brand new single, ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’. In what will certainly be an anthem of the summer, ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’ is an infectious hit that will certainly skyrocket to the top of the charts. The new record can be heard in DreamWork‘s new animated motion picture “Trolls”, and you can buy it now on iTunes. While this one isn’t expected to be on JT’s next full length album, let’s certainly hope this foreshadows a whole new LP from the ‘Take Back The Night’ singer.

Stream ‘Can’t Stop The Feeling’ below.

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Drake’s “Back To Back” is NOT the First Grammy Nominated Diss Record; A History of Grammy Nominated Diss Tracks

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Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration

Despite multiple reports, Drake’s ‘Back To Back’, a diss record aimed at MMG‘s Meek Mill, is NOT the first ever Grammy nominated diss record. In fact, there have been multiple diss tracks to receive Grammy nominations in the past, and surprisingly most are not rap songs! While some of the disses aren’t as direct as Drake’s ‘Back To Back’, from LL Cool J’s Kool Moe Dee diss to Justin Timberlake’s shots at Britney Spears with ‘Cry Me a River’, we compiled a list of some of our favorite Grammy nominated diss tracks, and some that even took home the trophy!

Check out some other great Grammy nominated diss records of the past below!

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Throwback Thursday Review: Future Sex/Love Sounds | Justin Timberlake

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BY EVAN VOGEL ★★★★

Pop music is a tricky breed. Tricky as in deceptive, yet catchy and enjoyable. Made deceptive by its all too formulaic structure which seems to have gone on repeating itself through the boy bands, the Britney Spears’s, the Christina Aguilera’s and Nelly’s of years past and present. This monotonous pattern does work to the benefit of those who can find a way to step to their own beat and walk an uncharted or at least more interesting path than the rest of the herd. Fortunately for the world, after NSYNC split-up and freed the world of one more boy band (not that I wasn’t a shameless fan myself), the most notable voice from the group, Justin Timberlake, started jogging down that road less traveled, musically. Continue reading Throwback Thursday Review: Future Sex/Love Sounds | Justin Timberlake

Kanye West & Paul McCartney to Appear on Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary Special

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Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration
Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration

Music fans everywhere who tuned into the Super Bowl today, between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots, were in for a treat as a new promo aired for the 40th anniversary special for Saturday Night Live. In the brief teaser, musicians like Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Paul Simon and Justin Timberlake were all confirmed, as well as a number of comedians (Will Ferrell, Chevy Chase, Tina Fey, Jerry Seinfeld and more). Watch the video below and be sure to tune in for SNL‘s 40th Anniversary special on February 15th.

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The 10 Best Fictional Musicians

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Throughout television and cinema we are constantly introduced to singers, bands and rappers whom we desperately wish were real, but usually the best we can hope for is a sequel. Most recently we have Fox and Terrance Howard’s new series Empire, which follows rapper turned label head Lucious Lyon. Next up we will have Donald Glover’s (Childish Gambino) upcoming FX comedy Atlanta, which will follow two cousins who have very different views on how to rise up in the Atlanta rap scene. To help build the anticipation to these two series, and to get nostalgic on past fictional artists, have comprised a list of the best, most swagged out, and absolutely awesome musicians whom we wish were real (and even one who kind of is).

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The 5 Biggest Snubs from the 57th Annual Grammy Nominations

BY DAN GARCIA

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Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration

Earlier today the nominations were announced for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. As with many years, there were noticeable snubs that left critics and fans scratching their heads. While many used to praise the Grammys for their ability to reward quality music versus music that merely sells well, in recent years the committee’s selections seem especially poor (especially in the category of rap). Why the selections are not the best this year is for a different conversation, however we have compiled a list of the five biggest snubs of today’s nominations.

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Musicians Doing The Ice Bucket Challenge

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In the past week, a ton of musicians have stepped up to show their support in the fight against ALS. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord that causes pain and loss for too many families across the nation. We took the liberty of compiling a list of some of our favorite musicians showing their support.

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