Music Unlimited update: What are your favourite tracks of 2013?
Hey there PlayStation Blog. This week, we bring you something special, a playlist chosen by none other than the unstoppable UK rap artist and grime pioneer, Tinie Tempah. He’s chosen some of his favourite tracks for us, and compiled them exclusively for Music Unlimited. Check it out now, as well as his new album Demonstration.
Best of 2013
It’s that time of year again when we re-visit the best releases from the past 12 months. Last year, the Best of 2012 Channel was one of our most popular on the service in January, so we need your help once again to create an incredible playlist for the very best of 2013.
Just list some of your favourite singles below and we’ll include the best ones on the service to listen to on all your devices.
Remember 2012? Including killer tracks from the likes of Alt-J, Jack White, The Black Keys, Psy, Tame Impala, Hot Chip, Adele and Bobby Womack? It will be returning to the service very soon…
Fender Artist Playlist
Also this week, the new Artist Picks playlist from our friends over at Fender, celebrating some of the best tracks from acts currently recording and touring with these iconic instruments. Are you a Stratocaster or a Telecaster person? Regardless, listen now for the best in both!
Treat yourself to a comprehensive journey through Eminem’s discography with our new artist rewind channel, from the Slim Shady LP to Marshal Mathers LP2 and everywhere in between.
New Politics ‘Songs for breakdancing’ Playlist
It’s been a busy year for Danish alt-rockers New Politics, releasing their second album A Bad Girl In Harlem and touring with a little known artist by the name of P!nk. The guys have created the awesome new playlist “Songs for breakdancing” exclusive to Music Unlimited. Release your inner B-boy and listen here.
Finally, in celebration of the release of the recent ‘Hit’s Back’ compilation, we bring you our Best of The Clash compilation. Still widely acknowledged as one of the most influential British bands of all time, defining both genre and a generation, this back catalogue of their finest hits will have you reeling in 70s punk glory. Listen here!