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Maroon 5 – This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherfucker


This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherfucker” is a promotional single from American pop rock band Maroon 5‘s reissue of the band’s fifth studio album, V.

The single, an example of arena rock, follows the reissue of the band’s fifth studio album, V (2014), which was reissued on May 15, 2015.

The promotional single was released in mid May 2015, on Maroon 5’s official YouTube VEVO channel. The track was produced by Shellback.

The song blew up the digital charts reaching a few million (easily) in the first few days of it’s digital release.

Congrats! Maroon 5 on yet another, Summer smash anthem. You thought they just might be done, and here they are – yet again, with a fresh yet relate-able sound that every body will be playing on repeat from coast to coast. Let’s celebrate with Maroon 5’s new single below. Is this now your new Summer Joint?

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Ariana Grande ft. The Weeknd – ‘Love Me Harder’

Love Me Harder” is the third promotional music video and single from American recording artist Ariana Grande‘s upcoming sophomore studio album, My Everything. The track features Canadian recording artist The Weeknd.

Writing credits and Production crew

It was written by Max Martin, Savan Kotecha, Peter Svensson, Ali Payami, Ahmad Balshe and The Weeknd, and produced by Payami, Svensson and Peter Carlsson from Carolina Liar.

Released as third single from Ariana’s sophomore album, My Everything.

The song was released by Republic Records on September 30, 2014 as the third single from the album.

Official Lyric music Video

The lyric video for “Love Me Harderwas released on October 18, 2014. A behind-the-scenes video was released on October 28, 2014.

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Bobby Brackins feat. G-Eazy & Mila J – Hot Box


Hot Box” is the lead promotional single from American rapper Bobby Brackins‘ upcoming studio album. The music video and track features, American recording artists G-Eazy & R&B/Pop singer-songwriter Mila J.

The Banger of a Track was leaked prior to release in mid October 2014. A promotional lyric video was released on Bobby Brackins’ official YouTube channel August 18th. It features a sultry red-headed bombshell-babe with plenty others in a hot pool scene-setting among others partying, having a good time and plenty-a “Hot Boxes”- and blowing plenty of smoke to go around.

Bobby Brackins is a hip-hop artist and rapper from Oakland, California

The music video premiered in mid-late October 2014, via Bobby Brackin’s official YouTube VEVO channel.

starring – @KatyaEliseHenry
shot by – @ArisJeromePhoto
@BobbyBrackins, @G_Eazy, @MilaJ

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Kat Dahlia – Crazy

kat-dahlia-crazyCrazy” is the second promotional single from Cuban-American recording artist Kat Dahlia‘s upcoming debut studio album, My Garden.

She showed us the true definition of a “Gangsta” on her breakthrough hit, and now Kat Dahlia heads into 2014 with her infectious new single “Crazy.” The 23-year-old Cuban-American singer-songwriter is overcome by a love so powerful it makes her forget the past.

“Tell me ’cause I don’t understand/ How someone can just walk into your life/ And everything before them you forget/ I’m crazy, crazy, crazy for you,” she sings on the Glass John production.

The Lyric Video premiered on Kat Dahlia’s official YouTube VEVO channel in mid December 2013.

Her full-length debut My Garden is set for a summer 2014 release. She has been in the studio with Salaam Remi, Timbaland, Future, Missy Elliott, Rico Love, Stargate, Naughty Boy, Illangelo, and Fraser T. Smith.

Watch the lyric video below and download “Crazy” for free on

Crazy” is the follow up single to her breakthrough record “Gangsta“.

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Cher Lloyd feat. Mike Posner – With Ur Love

With Ur Love” is the second promotional single from Cher Lloyd‘s upcoming debut studio album Sticks + Stones.

The track was produced by Max Martin and features American singer-songwriter Mike Posner.

It premiered with a viral ‘lyric video’ on Cher Lloyd’s official YouTube channel in mid September 2011.

She is best known for being eliminated fourth from the seventh UK series of The X Factor.