Get the Latest from Muse, Childish Gambino, Iggy Azalea and More in Our Music/Video Roundup
Published Dec 02, 2013We're now in the first week of December, and a week deep into our 2013 year-end lists. Just because we've been busy debating the year's best music, that doesn't mean we've forgotten about the latest album streams, tracks and music videos to debut in the last week. Find the biggest and best below, then be sure to stop by Exclaim!'s Music/Video section every day for even more musical awesomeness.
Arena rockers Muse are releasing their Live at Rome Olympic Stadium collection tomorrow (December 3), but you can stream the whole thing now. The band runs the gamut from their more theatrical tunes like "Resistance" to the guitar assaults of epic tunes like "Hysteria" and "Knights of Cydonia."
The Internet is still talking about Kanye West's "Bound 2" video starring a topless Kim Kardashian, but if you didn't already, you'll find it nearly impossible to take the video seriously after watching Seth Rogan and James Franco's shot-for-shot remake. Rogan fills the role of Kardashian and Franco raps; enough said. In comparatively less funny hip-hop offering, Childish Gambino has leaked yet another Because the Internet tune, this time the smooth, Oakland-referencing "Telegraph Ave."
Burlington rockers the Penske File have released a video for "Chorus o' Time/Battered Boats," featuring a bored guy hiking through the woods and just missing out on an outdoor performance by the band, while Iggy Azealea recently wowed on Letterman with a T.I.-assisted performance of "Change Your Life."
Finally, Justin Timberlake's "TKO" became a true TKO thanks to a remix by J. Cole featuring guest verses from rappers A$AP Rocky and Pusha T.
Still not feeling caught up? For more of the latest the latest albums, songs, and videos, head over to Exclaim!'s Music/Video section.