We have a few new additions to our weekly spotlights here at Slacker that we are extremely excited about. Our Artist of the Week station has been such a big hit that we decided to also spotlight an album as well as a few songs we have on heavy rotation each week.
Best part? ALL Slacker users have on-demand access to our Album of the Week and Song stuck in my Head for the entire week. Hit play- hear the song. Listen to the entire album from beginning to end. Press repeat as much as you want – for the entire week!
Album of the Week and Song Stuck in my Head kick off today along with a new Artist of the Week - who is definitely an icon in the making. Take a look:
The time to listen to these on demand has passed, but make sure to check out the artist’s stations below.
This week, Michael Bublé releases his sixth studio album called “To Be Loved.” The Grammy Award winning superstar has included a mix of standards as well as four original songs.
The new album also includes hits previously recorded by some of Buble’s musical heroes. Listen now to every track of his new album. “To Be Loved” by Michael Bublé is Album of the Week on Slacker.
April has been a busy month for Paramore. The Nashville band released their fourth album, “Paramore,” and, soon after, the video for their second single, “Still Into You.”
Nobody can ever accuse will.i.am of being unmotivated. In addition to his many guest appearances (11 in the last 2 years), his numerous production credits (21 over the last 2 years), and his work with Black Eyed Peas, he somehow found time to put together one of the most star-studded albums in recent memory, which was released this week,” and to celebrate- will.i.am is Slacker’s Artist Of The Week.
“#willpower” features appearances from Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Miley Cyrus, Nicole Scherzinger, Skylar Grey, and he even found room for his fellow Black Eyed Pea—apl.de.ap.
His track “Scream and Shout” with Britney Spears is already an international hit, and on this station you’ll hear that song and more new tracks from “#willpower”, his biggest hits, collaborations, and songs from his biggest influences and contemporaries.