P!NK Top 33!

PINK 33Pink has become one of the biggest names in music by doing things her way. The uncompromising singer was named the #1 pop musician of the first decade of the 2000s by Billboard magazine. This week she releases her new “Truth About Love Tour” DVD, and in celebration Slacker has put together a station counting down your favorite Pink songs using our Engagement Quotient. Get the party started with the Pink Top 33!

Artist of the Week: Gwen Stefani

Screen Shot 2013-10-01 at 9.09.00 AMFrom Ska tomboy to Pop goddess, Gwen Stefani conquered the world with No Doubt, then dominated the charts with two solo albums, finally coming full circle to make another No Doubt album last year.

Stefani turns 44 on October 3rd, so what better time to celebrate her voice and style with a station that features music from her entire career as well as influences and contemporaries.

Gwen Stefani is Slacker’s Artist of the Week. Listen here. 

New Countdown: JT’s Top 33!

JT-iOS7b2-472x472Justin Timberlake is releasing The Twenty-Twenty Experience Part Two next week, so Slacker is counting down the top 33 J.T. songs–including solo singles, collaborations, and even hits from his Nsync’ days.

This countdown was created by calculating our “E.Q. Data” which measures how many times you’ve launched, “Hearted” and shared individual songs.

FYI, this JT-only station is a premium experience open to all Slacker users until Sunday, September 29th.

Enjoy JT’s Top 33 here. 

“Elevate” is a New Song Stuck in Our Head!

SongStuck-StLucia-472x472Even if you’ve never heard of St. Lucia, you may have heard his voice. His first hit “All Eyes On You” was in a few TV commercials, and he sang on The Knocks’ indie dance hit “Modern Hearts.”

His debut full length album is due soon, for now fans of ’80s-influenced electronic pop like M83 or Twin Shadow will enjoy his new single called “Elevate.”

Listen to “Elevate” on demand all week on Slacker’s Song Stuck In My Head!


Listen to Panic! at the Disco’s New Single “This is Gospel”

PANIC-472x472Las Vegas band Panic! At the Disco have been called pop punk, emo and even “baroque pop,” but they refuse to be pinned down.

Their upcoming fourth album “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!” sees the band again venturing into new stylistic territory, with more synthesizers and darker lyrics.

We’ve already got the first single on Slacker and you can listen to it now on demand. “This Is Gospel” is Slacker’s Song Stuck In My Head!

Check it out here. 

Listen to New Music from Katy Perry and Lady Gaga on Demand!

gaga-472x472It is a big Tuesday for new music with new singles from some of the biggest ladies of pop.

Stefani Germanotta, otherwise known as Lady Gaga, has five Grammys to her name and has sold an estimated 23 million albums worldwide. Her third full length album “Artpop” is set for a November release but we’ve got the first single, released today, for you here now.

Listen to “Applause” here.  

KATY-472x472Singer Katy Perry currently holds the record as the artist who has spent the most consecutive weeks in the Billboard Top 10: 69 weeks total, back in 2010-11. She’s hard at work on her fourth album “Prism,” due later this year, but we’ve already got the first single, which was also released today.

“Roar” is Slacker’s Song Stuck In My Head as well. Listen here.

Madonna is Slacker’s Artist of the Week!

MADONNA-AOTW1-472x472This week, Madonna will celebrate her 55th birthday and Slacker is honoring the influential material girl by making her Artist of the Week. 

Her early saccharine pop delivery mixed with sexual undertones continues to influence artists like Katy Perry and Ke$ha. The influence that her over-the-top stage show and choreography had can be seen today at any Britney Spears concert. Her ability to stir controversy and draw attention to social issues of the day is unparalleled, although performers like Lady Gaga have clearly taken notes.

Upon her induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, the Museum’s curator noted: “Today’s more-flamboyant female pop stars enjoy the freedom to make music and perform the way they do, but they didn’t create that freedom. Madonna did…”

She is a cultural icon, the reigning Queen of Pop, and our Artist of the Week. Check out the station here. 

Song Stuck in our Head: Bonnie McKee’s “American Girl”

BONNIE-472x472California native Bonnie McKee has co-written eight #1 singles (like Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” and Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite”) but she’s finally getting back to her solo work.

Her debut album “Trouble” came out way back in 2004, but she’s working on her second, due later this year.

We already have the first single on Slacker and you can now listen to it on demand. It’s called “American Girl” and it’s Slacker’s “Song Stuck In My Head”!


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