UnskinnyPop’s Music Picks Of The Day!

  • In 2013, breakout star Tiara Thomas made headlines with the hit single ‘Bad.’ Now the singer/songwriter is back with the release of her new single, ‘One Night.’ She is currently preparing to release her debut album which will be released by Rico Love’s Division1 imprint, distributed by Interscope Records.

  • For David Archuleta fans, the wait to hear him sing again is over. David came back earlier this year from a 2 year mission in Chile. While working on a secular album for 2015, he took a break to record “Glorious” for the forthcoming film Meet the Mormons.

  • PVRIS  just debuted their mystical new music video for “My House” off their up coming album White Noise available everywhere November 4th via Rise Records.

  • R5, the pop/rock quintet featuring siblings Ross, Rocky, Riker, and Rydel Lynch and best friend Ratliff, have released their third EP “Heart Made You Up”. Check out the video for the album first single and title track now!

  • Odessa revealed the music video for her buzzing single “I Will Be There” on VEVO. In addition to receiving high-profile syncs on Fox’s new comedy-drama Red Band Society and this year’s premiere of Grey’s Anatomy,”I Will Be There” serves as the lead-off single to the artist’s critically applauded Odessa EP [Chop Shop/Republic Records]-available now digitally.

  • Rittz has debuted his brand new video for “Bounce” featuring Twista. The track appears on Rittz’s sophomore album, Next to Nothing, which just dropped on September 9. Rittz will be on tour this fall with Slumerican affiliate Yelawolf and will be releasing other singles from the new album before 2015.

  • Nico & Vinz’ have struck another nerve with their second single “In Your Arms” which has become the #1 most added record at Top 40 radio last week. Led by the song of the summer “Am I Wrong,” their debut album Black Star Elephant will be released on October 14th.The duo has also recorded a new song, “Find A Way” featuring Emmanuel Jal, for the upcoming drama The Good Lie after being inspired by an advance screening.

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