Music Masters of 2013
We've almost reached the end of the year; looking back, we'll take along with us some fond memories, new friends, good experiences and, of course, some amazing music. We take a look back now at some of these artistes who gave us such wonderful music in 2013.
At number one on our list is Marshall Mathers or, as we all know him, Eminem. His latest album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, released in November and has already debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200. The King of Rap bounces back with some amazing tracks that you just can't miss out on.
After his massive worldwide tour, I AM HARDWELL, and his brilliant radio show, 'Hardwell on Air', he was crowned 'the best DJ' by DJmag making him the youngest DJ to ever top the list.
His set at Tomorrowland broke all records with over one million people watching his set live. When it comes to EDM, Hardwell knows exactly how to drop a beat!
Certainly one of the most impressive new talents on the block, Mackelmore, the 30-year-old rapper is making waves with his collaboration with Ryan Lewis. His song, Thrift Shop, claimed the #1 spot for six weeks on the Billboard Hot 100. Together, they are already nominated for 7 Grammies, including Best New Artiste and Song Of The Year.
His upcoming album, the production of which is already underway, promises to be another masterpiece in the making.
The former Hannah Montana is all grown up, with her twerking incidents and controversial get ups. But, then, in she comes with her hit single, Wrecking Ball, and takes the music fraternity by storm. MTV already pitted her to become the Artiste of the Year. How about we give it a listen,too?
Last, but absolutely not the least, Tim Berling, a.k.a. Avicii, has every other DJ in a rut as he doles out one powerful track after another. With songs like 'Wake me up', 'Hey Brother' and many more. If you haven't heard of this artiste, this should be a good track to initiate with!
Go ahead, stack your iPod with them right away - they're sure to deliver many more masterpieces up ahead.
Article written by Neville Matthews