New Music Tuesday: Thicke, Boys, & Guy

The guy who currently hold the title for having the song of the summer releases "Blurred Lines" the album. Robin Thicke has let his love for disco come through in this album with the funky beats of Blurred Lines, the current number one single on the planet, holding the number one spot on Billboard's Top 100.

They're back! The Backstreet Boys managed to bring Kevin Richardson back for their eight album and world tour to celebrate 20 years of making music. A few of the tracks like "Breathe," "Feels Like Home,"and "Make Believe" are average. The album's best moment is it's first song "In a World Like This." 

We're taking it to Baton Rouge where Buddy Guy first started as a sideman, and then moved to Chicago where he fell under the influence of Muddy Waters. Ranked 30th in Rolling Stone Magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time," and to mark his 77th birthday today, Buddy Buy releases "Rhythm and Blues.

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