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The promotional push for Zedd’s new single “Find You,” featuring Seaford native Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant, is kicking into high gear. After the song made its debut in a Bud Light commercial aired during the Grammys and the Super Bowl, it went on sale at iTunes today and immediately hit the Top 10 on the dance charts.
Zedd, along with Koma, who took on lead vocals, and Bryant, performed...Read more »
It’s a big night for collaborators Zedd and Matthew Koma.
Not only is the song they co-wrote “Clarity” up for the best dance recording Grammy, but their new single “Find You” will make its debut Sunday night during the Grammy ceremony in a Bud Light Platinum commercial.
“Every night has that 'turn up moment,' as does every song,” Zedd said in a news release. “Bud Light Platinum...Read more »
Nothing says “Happy Holidays!” like Pitbull, right? Um, well, he’ll be shouting “Timber!” at least at Barclays Center Thursday.
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To get ready for the MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center Sunday night, we're going to look at the nominees in some of the top categories.
The "Artist to Watch" category probably won't be too close, but you never know. Voting in this category doesn't close until it is awarded Sunday night, so feel free to support your fave here.
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Fans of “The Voice” got to hear Michelle Chamuel’s version of Zedd’s hit “Clarity” during last night’s semifinals, so it seemed only right for Seaford’s Matthew Koma, who co-wrote the song with Zedd, Skylar Grey and Porter Robinson, to release his own take on the song.
Koma posted his acoustic version of the song, currently a Top 3 dance hit for Zedd and singer Foxes, this morning. His collaborations...Read more »
Matthew Koma says that when he wrote his new single “One Night,” he knew he had to basically start over on his major-label debut album.
“I rewrote and rerecorded the whole record in four or five weeks,” says the Seaford native. “[‘One Night’ inspired the record . . . It was definitely the firestarter.”
Koma hopes “One Night,” released Tuesday, will also be the firestarter for his career,...Read more »