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2016-08 top 10 Music Albums you must hear

Every month i will list the best seller and top 10 music albums you won’t miss and you must hear.


Just take a quick view which music album is the best seller on iTunes Store and you may find one you like to hear. Anyway
just take a try.


Big Boy – EP Charlotte Cardin

Songs from the album Big BoyEP, including “Big Boy,” “Like It Doesn’t Hurt (feat. Husser),” “Dirty Dirty,” and many more.  “Like it Doesn’t Hurt” is the best song on Cardin’s debut EP, Big Boy, but it speaks to her consistency as a songwriter that there are plenty among the other five here that compare.

Blank Face LP ScHoolboy Q

Blank Face LP is the fourth studio album by American hip hop recording artist Schoolboy Q. It was released on July 8, 2016, by Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE), in conjunction with Interscope Records. The album is his second project to be released under a major record label to music retailers, following 2014’s Oxymoron.


IV is the fourth studio album from Canadian jazz instrumental hip hop band BadBadNotGood. It was released on July 8, 2016. It features collaborations with Future Islands frontman Sam Herring, saxophonist Colin Stetson, Haitian-Canadian musician Kaytranada, American hip hop artist Mick Jenkins, and Canadian singer-songwriter Charlotte Day Wilson.

Waking at Dawn Roy Woods

Waking at Dawn is the debut studio album by Canadian recording artist Roy Woods. It was released on July 1, 2016, by OVO Sound andWarner Bros. Records.

FMA Grace

FMA (an abbreviation for Forgive My Attitude) is the debut studio album by Australian singer and songwriter Grace. It follows the release of her debut extended play (EP) Memo (2015), and was released worldwide on 1 July 2016 by RCA.


Viola Beach Viola Beach

On 17 June, Viola Beach‘s debut self-titled album was announced for release on 29 July 2016, and will consist of 9 tracks including “Boys That Sing” and a BBC session. ‘Viola Beach’ will be released on the band’s own Fuller Beans Records label. The announcement was accompanied by a statement from Viola Beach’s families.

No Hard Feelings Dreezy

No Hard Feelings is Dreezy’s major-label debut, and it makes good on that promise. It’s a fully-formed offering that seamlessly balances her more rugged raps with pristine pop songs (sculpted in “Body”’s image) and tender slow jams. There are just enough drill bits to pacify Schizo era fans, but the album moves and turns on more subdued songs delivered in singsong and a few straight-up R&B joints.

Nothing’s Real Shura

Nothing’s Real is the debut album from twenty-five-year-old British alt-pop diarist Shura.  It’s as much an outline for her hotly anticipated debut, Nothing’s Real, as the framework for a bright and promising career: honesty, simplicity, and transparency.

Dreamer Coco Morier

Listen to songs from the album Dreamer, including “No Pressure,” “World … To preview and buy music from Dreamer by Coco Morier,

Warm On A Cold Night (Deluxe) HONNE

Warm on a cold night is HONNE’s first ever song, an ode to love, was penned by Andy in the dark in under two hours. Listen to songs from the album Warm On a Cold Night – EP, including “Warm On a Cold Night,” “Baby Please,” “Warm On a Cold Night (Embody Remix).

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Top 4 studio Album of Katy Perry

Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson (born October 25, 1984), known professionally as Katy Perry, is an American singer and songwriter.

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Katy Perry has released four studio albums, one live album, one extended play (EP), twenty-one singles (two as featured artist), and five promotional singles. Perry has been certified for 83.5 million digital singles and 6 million albums in the United States as of October 2015. She is also the third best selling digital singles artist in the US according to Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

1. Katy Hudson


Katy Hudson is the eponymous debut studio album by American singer Katy Hudson, who subsequently adopted the stage name Katy Perry. It was released on February 8, 2001 by Red Hill Records.


2. One of the Boys


One of the Boys is the second studio album by American singer Katy Perry. It was released on June 17, 2008 by Capitol Records.


3. Teenage Dream


Teenage Dream is the third studio album by American singer Katy Perry. It was released on August 24, 2010, through Capitol Records.




Prism is the fourth studio album by American singer Katy Perry. It was released by Capitol Records on October 18, 2013.


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Top 10 Music Albums you must hear 201607

I have collected 201606 the top 10 albums you must hear on the blog, now here are the top 10 music albums you need to hear for 201607.


Just take a quick look which music album is the best sellers on iTunes Store.


1. A / B Kaleo

2.  For Evelyn Hannah Georgas

3. Conscious Broods

4. There’s Alot Going On Vic Mensa

5. Indigo River Tiber


6.  The Mountain Will Fall DJ Shadow

7. Light Upon the Lake Whitney

8. Emotions and Math Margaret Glaspy

9. Welcome to GAZI A.CHAL

10. Tell Me If You Like To (Deluxe) Spring King

Not purchase them from iTunes Store, you can also convert them to MP3 and remove DRM to play the purchased music album on MP3 player.

The conversion process is very simple.

Step 1, Free download the latest version of Macsome iTunes Converter, and install it.

Mac version:

Windows Version:

Here we took the iTunes Music Converter for Windows for example.

Step 2, After the installation, run the software.

Click Add button to load the music of the album you have purchased.

Step 3. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder.

Step 4. After the settings, you can click “Convert” to start conversion.

Now you can play the converted MP3 music songs anywhere you like without limitations of iTunes.



Top 10 Albums you must hear from iTunes 2016/06


All the top 10 albums are this month’s best sellers, whatever you like, you may find one album to fit you.

top-seller-51. If I’m Honest Blake Shelton

2. A Moon Shaped Pool Radiohead

3. Cloud Nine Kygo


5. The Colour in Anything James Blake
top5-2sellerThe Ride Catfish and the Bottlemen

7. Dawn RY X


8. ELDORADO Ro James

9. Day of the Dead Various Artists

10. Don’t Wake the Riot Black Pistol Fire

Play the purchased Albums on MP3 player

After you purchase these albums, you can also play them on your MP3 player with the help of Macsome iTunes Converter.

Step 1, Free download the latest version of Macsome iTunes Converter, and install it.

Mac version:

Windows Version:

Here we took the iTunes Music Converter for Windows for example.


Step 2, After the installation, run the software.

Click Add button to load the music of the album you have purchased.


Step 3. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder.


Step 4. After the settings, you can click “Convert” to start conversion.


Step 5. After conversion, you can use the history to find the converted files.


Now you can play the converted MP3 music songs anywhere you like without limitations of iTunes.


Transfer Mother’s Day Playlist on MP3 player for your Mom

Part 1: Songs for Mom on iTunes Store from iTunes

Mother’s Day is coming, except for sending wishes to your mother, would you like to play some music songs for Mother’s Day?


There are plenty of ways to toast the women who gave us life on Mother’s Day, this Sunday. Raise a glass this Mother’s Day, and let these songs be your soundtrack.

2Pac’s “Dear Mama”

In the late, great 2Pac’s tribute to his mama, Afeni Shakur — who gave birth to him a month after being released from jail — the late rap icon says the words that every mother wants to hear: “You are appreciated.”

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The Backstreet Boys’ “The Perfect Fan”

In this soft rock piano medley, the Backstreet Boys declare their love and appreciation for their mothers. With lyrics like “You showed me when I was young just how to grow,” Hallmark could learn a thing or two from these gentlemen. When the song debuted in 1999, fans and mothers everywhere swooned.

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Drake’s “Look What You’ve Done”

In candid disclosure of the hardships he went through with his mother and family, Drake gratefully thanks them for helping him become the man he is today on 2011’s “Look What You’ve Done.” Ending with a recording of a loving voicemail from his grandmother, this “Take Care” track sentimentally greets “Happy Mother’s Day.”

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‘N Sync’s “(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You”

‘N Sync’s pop ballad “God Must Have Spent (A Little More Time On You)” could be written about any woman in the boys’ lives, but they dedicated it to their moms. The video features a mother and child, from birth to adulthood, growing and making memories while the boys croon in white suits.

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Lonely Island’s “Motherlover”

Years after Justin Timberlake sang a tribute to his mom with ‘N Sync, the pop star-turned-actor joined Lonely Island in celebrating their Oedipal complexes in the comedy single (and corresponding music video), “Motherlover.” The comedic group, comprised of Kiv Schaffer, Jorm Taccone and Andy Samberg, also has a second, less sexualized Mother’s Day song, “Mama.”

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Christina Aguilera’s “Oh Mother”

Christina Aguilera is celebrating her third Mother’s Day as a Mom with three-year-old Max, but this 2006 single addresses her own early childhood, as she thanks her mother for leaving her abusive father.

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Danzig’s “Mother”

Danzig’s 1991 breakthrough hit isn’t really about mothers, but like them, it rocks.

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Kanye West’s “Hey Mama”

Kanye West owes a lot to his mother Donda West, who retired from her job as an English professor to manage her son’s career. This performance, filmed before Donda passed away unexpectedly in 2007, is a testament to their close bond.

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Ozzy Osbourne’s “Mama I’m Coming Home”

This 1991 track was actually written for Ozzy’s wife and manager Sharon Osbourne, whom the hard-rocker refers to as “Mama.”

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The Rolling Stones’ “Mother’s Little Helper”

This Rolling Stones classic seems harmless, but a deeper listen actually reveals that the title is a reference to prescription drugs used by lonely housewives.

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Pink Floyd’s “Mother”

On this song from its classic 1971 album “The Wall,” Pink Floyd asks, “Mother, do you think they’ll like this song?” They certainly did.

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LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out”

While we’re pretty sure Mama wouldn’t approve of violence or forgetting to take out the garbage, she’s bound to appreciate an LL classic that samples James Brown and Sly and the Family Stone.

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Trace Adkins’ “Hot Mama”

Trace Adkins tips his cowboy hat to all the “Hot Mamas” of the world: “You worry about your hips, and you worry about your age/Meanwhile I’m tryin’ to catch the breath you take away.”

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The Jackson 5’s “Mama’s Pearl”

Recorded by the Jackson 5 in 1971, “Mama’s Pearl” was reportedly called “Guess Who’s Making Woopie (With Your Girlfriend)” until the lyrics and title were changed to fit 13-year-old Michael.

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Boyz II Men’s “A Song for Mama”

A staple of any Mother’s Day playlist, this Boyz II Men ballad is about a family held together by a mother’s traditions.

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Part 2:Play them on MP3 player

There are kinds of Mother’s Day music songs to play. And if you have Apple Music service, you can free download them and use Macsome iTunes Converter to convert all the downloaded Apple Music songs to MP3 format.

First free download and Install Macsome iTunes Converter and run it.


Second, click Add button and choose the Music library and add the files you want to convert (Mac Version).

Third, click Macsome iTunes Converter Menu, and in the drop-down list, choose Preferences, turn to Advance to set the output format (Mac Version)..

Finally, click Convert button to start converting these mother related songs to MP3 format..

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After the conversion process is finished, you can share these MP3 music files with your Mom.




Howto play Zootopia movie music “Try Everything” without buying from iTunes Store on MP3 player


The movie Zootopia

Zootopia (known as Zootropolis in some territories) is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated comedy adventure film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the 55th animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series.

In a city of anthropomorphic animals, a rookie bunny cop and a cynical con artist fox must work together to uncover a conspiracy.


How about the Movie Zootopia


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About the Movie Music Music


The film’s score is composed by Michael Giacchino. It marks his first feature-length project for Walt Disney Animation Studios, as he previously scored the Goofy short How to Hook Up Your Home Theater, the two Prep & Landing specials and short film, and the short film The Ballad of Nessie. In addition to her voice role of Gazelle, pop star Shakira also contributed an original song to the film titled “Try Everything”, which was written by Sia and Stargate. The film’s score was recorded with an 80-piece orchestra in November 2015, with Tim Simonec conducting.

In addition, you can purchase Zootopia (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) album from iTunes Store


Or you can use your Apple Music to listen to the Zootopia Movie music album without purchase, (Please make sure you have subscribed the Apple Music.).

And if you want to play them on your MP3 player from your Apple Music list, you can ask Macsome iTunes Converter to help you.


Macsome iTunes Converter is an all-in-one yet simple Apple Music Converter which is used to convert any protected iTunes music files to MP3 / AAC and so on. If you can play these iTunes music files, you can use the iTunes Converter to convert them.

Quick guide to convert Apple Music files from M4P to MP3.

Step 1: Install Macsome iTunes Converter and run it.

Tips: Download iTunesConverter.dmg by clicking

Step 2. Load Apple Music files to convert.

Click Add button and choose the Music library and add the files you want to convert.

Step 3. Click Macsome iTunes Converter Menu, and in the drop-down list, choose Preferences, turn to Advanced to set the output format.

Step 4: Click Convert button to start converting Try Everything to MP3 format.

After the conversion, you can play the Zootopia movie music album on MP3 player anywhere as you like. All the DRM of the Apple Music files have been removed.


10 Best New Songs of the Week


Every week, Vulture and friends highlight the best new music. If the song is worthy of your ears and attention, you will find it here. Read our picks below, share yours in the comments, and subscribe to the Vulture Playlist for a comprehensive guide to the year’s best music.

Sufjan Stevens, “Chicago (Demo)”
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard alternate versions of “Chicago,” the ethereal hit from Sufjan Stevens’s 2005 album, Illinois. Stevens released three other versions on The Avalanche, an album devoted to outtakes from Illinois. Personally, I would never object to more versions of this rich, beautiful song. Now, Stevens brings us a tenth-anniversary demo that is surprising, but still immensely listenable. The aggressive guitar brings to mind angsty ’00s acoustic rock like “Age Six Racer” by Dashboard Confessional or “Collide” by Howie Day (you’re welcome for reminding you about that last song). It’s fascinating to hear more of Sufjan’s process, but I’m glad that “Chicago” turned out the way it did. —Madeline Raynor (@madelineraynor_)

Corinne Bailey Rae, “Been to the Moon”
After six long years, Corinne Bailey Rae and her enviable hair are back to cast another spell on us. And to think, all this time she’d just been hanging out in outer space waiting for Earthlings to be worthy of her presence again. “When we first collide, the timing wasn’t right,” she coos, to both some foolish man and to us all, for failing to truly appreciate her the last time she was around. Welcome back to Earth, Corinne: Your voice still sounds so refreshingly out of this world. —Dee Lockett  (@Dee_Lockett)

Iggy Pop, “Sunday”
The third early offering from Iggy and Josh Homme’s Post Pop Depression (out March 18) delivers a melancholic ode to rest, freedom, and the end of the week. “The key to everything, I crawl for Sunday, when I don’t have to move,” Iggy croons. “Caught up in dreams untangled one day, where I don’t have to prove.” The song’s beginning indicates how Iggy’s classic sonic template will blend with his collaborator’s more contemporary vibes on PPD — and to earworm-y effect. But it’s the gloomy outro, which arrives and departs with ephemeral beauty like the very thing the track yearns for, that will ultimately hypnotize you into leaving this on repeat. —Sean Fitz-Gerald (@srkfitzgerald)

Neko Case, k.d. lang, Laura Veirs, “Atomic Number”
To what do we owe this musical marriage of queens Neko Case, k.d. lang, and Laura Veirs? Their upcoming collaborative album, case/lang/veirs, apparently all started when lang emailed Case and Veirs about making sweet, sweet music as a threesome, to which they obviously replied duh! and got to working over the last couple years. If harmonies and violin backdrops are your thing, “Atomic Number” is the one. —DL

Miguel, “Waves” (Tame Impala remix)
Was it possible for this song to get any more gorgeously trippy? Apparently. Tame Impala took Miguel’s Wildheart hit and enriched it by cranking its waves of color, reverb, and texture to 11. Now it doesn’t sound like you’re just listening to a great song underwater, but a great underwater song underneath yet another body of water. Ride these waves, and if you like what you hear, there are four more unique iterations — from Kacey Musgraves, Travis Scott, RAC, and Joshua Tree — available on Miguel’s recently released Rogue Waves EP. —SFG

Baauer ft. Pusha T and Future, “Kung Fu”
Last year, Pusha noted to Vulture his work with EDM producers: “People wonder why I do these records, but you can love anything that you’re in the mix of once you’re in that element. Who’s not having a good time at any of those festivals?” That idea of genre-blending born out of euphoria is all you need to know about “Kung Fu,” a collaboration between trap lords Pusha T and Future off Baauer’s new album. Call it “Trap King” — an ode to the “white world of snort” and every white metaphor for the drug (even Macklemore) that Push can come up with. —DL

Elliphant ft. Skrillex, “Spoon Me”
Perhaps the greatest song about spooning ever produced (sorry, Macklemore), Swedish rapper Elliphant and DJ Skrillex deliver an EDM-infused ode to the big and little spoons in your life. “Spoon me (Spoon me tight) / Spoon me (You gotta spoon me right),” the chorus thumps. Of course, it could also be an allusion to illicit drug use at clubs. But we’ll take Netflix and chill to the comedown of “purple gloom,” thank you. —Justin McCraw (@JustinMcCraw)

Mothers, “Hold Your Own Hand”
My OKCupid profile used to say something to the effect of my favorite songs are usually the first or last songs on albums. I thought this said a lot, by saying a little — mostly it said “Don’t date this nerd.” That said, there is truth in them hills. First/last songs tend to show bands’ extremes. First songs — ideally — are short, fast, rave-ups; last songs are slow, ethereal, sad jams. (For an example: Weezer’s debut starts with “My Names Is Jonas” and ends with “Only in Dreams.”) On occasion, artists will subvert this, playing with the vocabulary of musicals, having more of an overture, explaining intro, and a huge, choir-filled finish. (Combining both traditions, Kanye’s “Ultralight Beam” feels much more like an album closer, which it was supposed to be at first — this only makes it more powerful as an opener.) “Hold Your Own Hand” is very much a last song on a record. It starts slow with mostly solo, finger-picked guitar and Kristine Leschper’s incredible voice, but then it builds with choirlike harmonies, and a tuneful guitar jam. All of Mothers’ debut, When You Walk a Long Distance You Are Tired, which came out last Friday, is fantastic. This song just shows them at the height of their powers. —Jesse David Fox (@JesseDavidFox)


Andrew Bird and Fiona Apple, “Left Handed Kisses”
Fiona Apple just loves to keep us waiting between albums, which is why I squealed when her new duet with Andrew Bird (for his upcoming album) came along. I’ll take new Fiona however I can get it — and here, I get it in the form of a faux love song about the problem with writing love songs. To Bird, it’s a taxing process she should appreciate. To Fiona, though, it’s all “a few 50-cent words” that amount to nothing. In the words of every woman ever: Do better. —DL

MOTHXR, “Underground”
The Penn Badgley–helmed MOTHXR is that rare actor-turned-musician band that actually works. There’s no semblance of Lonely Boy when Badgley broods over a relationship that ended before it began in “Underground.” Here, he’s more akin to multi-instrumentalist Lo-Fang than a CW heartthrob, although both have TV-ready hair. The album contains only a smattering of highlights compared to the rest, but it’s a solid first for them and anyone trying to reshape their image. —JM

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