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Apr 19 No Doubt headlines inaugural Global Citizen 2015 Earth Day festival in DC

Over 300,000 “global citizens” gathered in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to rally for change and the end of extreme poverty and climate change. Earth Day Network and The Global Poverty Project joined forces to put together the free event hosted by and Soledad O’Brien, which was held on the National Mall. Beginning at 11a.m., Global Citizen 2015 Earth Day featured over eight hours of musical acts and speeches from world leaders, politicians, and activists aiming to raise awareness and end extreme poverty and climate change. South Korean singer-songwriter Roy Kim kicked off the day with a cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine” and...more

Mar 30 TIDAL Is Officially In Service

As we reported last night, the streaming service JAY Z acquired, now referred to as “TIDAL,” launched today, March 30. In celebration of its launch, today in New York City, there was a very star-studded press conference / launch event. By star-studded, we mean Beyoncé, JAY Z, Kanye West, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Usher, Coldplay, Madonna, Alicia Keys, and many many more were not only in attendance, they signed the service’s declaration LIVE. One of TIDAL’s selling points, that is excluding the fact that is “combines the best High Fidelity sound quality, High Definition music videos and expertly Curated Editorial,” is...more

Mar 23 VIDEO: Martin Garrix – ‘Don’t Look Down’ (feat. Usher)

The other day, Martin Garrix was in the studio with Usher creating what may believe is a smash hit in the making, “Don’t Look Down.” As part of the 2015 YouTube Music Awards, taking place today (March 23), the official music video for ‘Don’t Look Down’ was just released. The music video, which features an appearance by Natalia Bonifacci, was directed by Petros. Even though neither Martin Garrix nor Usher make an appearance in the video, it is still pretty good. Watch the music video below.

Mar 16 Listen: Martin Garrix – “Don’t Look Down” (feat. Usher)

Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix sure has made his mark in the EDM world. He is just released yet another BANGER of a record, this time featuring Usher. This collaboration, which was most likely Scooter Braun’s idea, is titled “Don’t Look Down” and the dup have teased non-stop about it on Twitter. “Don’t Look Down” is a follow-up to “Forbidden Voices,” yet another incredible record from Martin, which was released in Feb. The radio-ready smash is available on all digital retailers (i.e. iTunes) today, March 16, which also marks its official release date. Take a listen:

Mar 05 Throwback Thursday (February 5th, 2015 Edition)

It’s Thursday so you already know what that means. It’s time for all the staff here at Trendio to remind you of some tracks that you might have forgotten. Hopefully last weeks throwback tracks were a nice trip down memory lane. Last Thursday Yetunde selected Sade’s 1984 classic “Smooth Operator.” Fast forward 11 years later and you get Celine Dion’s “Power Of Love,” chosen by Renee. Sarah selected Kelly Clarkson’s hit “Since You’ve Been Gone. “And that leaves Haley’s pick, everyone’s favorite duet from 2008 Jordin Sparks & Chris Brown’s “No Air” to end the playlist. Now that you’re all...more

Feb 05 Chartin’ – Taylor Swift reigns supreme once again!

Back to regularly scheduled programming, it seems. Taylor Swift has somehow made her way back to No. 1 on the chart, proving once again that is American Horror Story’s definition of “Supreme.” Hits Daily Double reports Taylor’s album, 1989, racked up 70,674 in sales the week of February 14, 2015. Considering Taylor Swift’s album is not available to stream on Spotify, its a miracle her album sales increase drastically with streaming count included. The number is 97,390 (sales + streaming), as reported by HDD. Taylor being No. 1 means Fall Out Boy’s album, which was number one last week, has...more

Jan 29 Throwback Thursdays (January 29, 2015 Edition)

So, we thought of something really cool to add to our trends here on Trendio. Our own piece of Throwback Thursday for everyone’s regular day of nostalgia. This is how it will work: Every Thursday, all 4 of us who run Trendio will pick out songs that we used to love (and still love) from back in the day. Music today isn’t as great as it used to be. It is still good, just not as good. The songs we will share every week will take you so far back, they will remind you of the “Are you feeling old...more