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Top Reggaeton Songs for Fitness and Workout Music

Posted by Juan Hernandez-Cruz on Oct 18, 2022 1:50:53 PM

 

Hot New Reggaeton Songs Fueling Workouts Right Now

2022 has been the year of reggaeton–with artists like J. Balvin, Karol G, Rauw Alejandro, and of course, Bad Bunny leading the charge. It feels like the genre is finally surfacing as an integral part of the American music lexicon.

As curators at FMG, we’re big fans, and are always listening for the next wave of artists to advance the genre. So we put together a mixtape of current Latin Urbano/Reggaeton workout music favorites and a list of artists we feel are truly only just getting started.

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Topics: Joy of Music, Music Genres, Mixtape

Hispanic Heritage Month Music Mixtape

Posted by Claire McConnell on Sep 15, 2022 10:45:00 AM

 

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with a Latin Mixtape

As a music company, we at Feed Media Group are excited to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month through music and reflect on the histories, cultures, and contributions of Americans with ancestry from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. The observation began in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to span a 30-day period of cultural celebration. And with the growth of Latin music in the United States, there is a lot to be excited about.

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Topics: Joy of Music, Music Genres, Mixtape

Top 10 Beyoncé Workout Songs

Posted by Claire McConnell on Jul 28, 2022 11:00:00 AM

Beyoncé, Sasha Fierce, Yoncé, Ms. Carter, Queen B - there are many names and identities by which we’ve come to know one of the most prolific artists of the last few decades. She changed the game with the digital drop, made an arthouse film around her 2016 genre-defying album Lemonade, and while she’s been involved in collaborations like her project The Carters with husband Jay-Z, chart-topping remixes with Ed Sheeran and Megan Thee Stallion, and movie soundtracks, the Queen herself has not released a solo project in six years.

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Topics: Music Reviews, Music Genres, Mixtape

Deep Cuts: Lizzo

Posted by Claire McConnell on Jul 14, 2022 11:00:00 AM

Every couple of years, there is an artist who completely captures popular culture and eclipses everything else in the musical zeitgeist. In 2019, that artist was undoubtedly Lizzo. The release of her major label debut album, Cuz I Love You, that year, was not the beginning of her music career however. Instead, it was the result of years of music making, discovering her sound, honing her rap skills in Houston, then joining various music groups in Minneapolis, and even garnering the attention of Prince himself.

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Topics: Music Reviews, Music Genres, Mixtape

LGBTQ Pride Feed.fm June Seasonal Music Station

Posted by Claire McConnell on Jun 7, 2022 11:00:00 AM

June is Pride Month, and at Feed Media Group we are excited to celebrate and honor the LGBTQ+ community through music! LGBTQ+ artists and allies can be found across all genres of music and visibility has been steadily increasing in today’s music industry. Our Pride Month station is full of positive, fun, and meaningful anthems that will have listeners feeling good, both body and soul. In celebration of Pride Month, we’re spotlighting three artists who have made waves in the music industry while supporting the LGBTQ+ community.

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Topics: Joy of Music, Music Genres, Mixtape

Harry's House - First Listen

Posted by Claire McConnell on May 21, 2022 11:30:00 AM

Building off the chart-topping success of 2019’s Fine Line, the new album from Harry Styles, Harry’s House, offers an intimate glimpse of a superstar finding his home sonically while capitalizing on an approachable charisma fans (and soon-to-be fans) have come to know and love.   

Doubts will fly around any ex-boy band member’s solo project, but Styles shook off any labels of unoriginal, commercially driven music with his debut album. Since then, he has been able to ride the wave of pop criticism and forge his own path, caring more about winning over live audiences and their connection to the music he is making. Sure, he started with a built-in teenage fan base coming into young adulthood that would follow him to the ends of the Earth, but it’s Harry’s ability to win over their parents with sophisticated rock grooves that make him a global star. 

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Topics: Joy of Music, Music Reviews, Music Genres

Machine Gun Kelly & Pop Punk’s New Class

Posted by Claire McConnell on Mar 24, 2022 11:00:00 AM

Machine Gun Kelly brought back pop punk in a big way with 2020’s Tickets to My Downfall, and the commercial success and award recognition for that album has been paving the way for a new class of rockers. From new artist collabs with Blink-182’s legendary drummer Travis Barker to the nostalgic line-up of ‘90s/’00s emo-rock heavyweights on the When We Were Young festival line-up, there’s no denying pop punk’s presence in the zeitgeist and its role in defining this new decade of music.

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Topics: Music Curation, Music History, Music Genres

Voices Behind the Music Podcast Episode 7 Vivek Agrawal

Posted by Jeff Yasuda on Mar 1, 2022 10:00:00 AM

Behind every favorite artist, song, or lyric, is a story you've never heard. Music is highly personal, and our experiences with it shape our memories, thoughts, and desires. So much goes into every note and lyric behind the scenes, which is why we’re bringing you Voices Behind the Music to share untold music business tales. Our guests range from artists, producers, and managers to tech creators and more, each sharing their unique past experiences, current projects, and visions for the future. Voices Behind The Music is presented by Feed Media Group, the leading B2B music licensing platform.

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Topics: Joy of Music, Music History, Music Genres

If Rock Is The New Jazz, What Does That Mean For Artists And Fans?

Posted by Arturno Lovazzano on Jul 27, 2021 10:00:00 AM

For music lovers from Gen X to Boomers, the unthinkable has recently happened. While an emerging trend since the turn of the century, it’s now clear that rock music is no longer the most popular music genre in the US. Rock ruled the charts for over 40 years, but before that jazz was the dominant preference for most listeners, especially teenagers and young adults. Is Rock the New Jazz?

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Topics: Music Curation, Music History, Music Genres

It's a Trap! Celebrating the Trap DNA in Pop Music around the World

Posted by Juan Hernandez-Cruz on Jul 6, 2021 7:02:28 PM

When we look at the last 20+ years of music, to say that hip hop has become a pillar of popular music would be an understatement. 

The same could be said for trap music and, although we often use the beat and hi-hat as identifiers of the sound, it’s also differentiated by vocalization, composition, and lyrical tropes. This allows trap as a genre to be more absorbable and easier to mix, therefore the spectrum of influence is wide. 

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Topics: Music Curation, Music History, Music Genres

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