Tony Lucca to Release New Album Under Adam Levine's Label

The Voice contestant and singer Tony Lucca will be dropping his debut album under 222 Records in July

Tony Lucca will be releasing his debut major label record With the Whole World Watching on July 16 worldwide. The album will be the first full-length debut under Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine's record label 222 Records. The single "Never Let Me Go" will be featured on the album.

Tony Lucca has been on Adam Levine's team before on the second season of NBC's hit talent show The Voice in 2012, making it to the top 3 and the semi-finals. Jermaine Paul took home the trophy. This album will follow Lucca's 8 previously independently released studio albums and says that this album will "keep up the folk rock takeover that's been going around lately." Inspirations for the album has been noted to be Mumford and Sons, Bob Dylan, and Maroon 5.

Track listing:

1) "Never Gonna Let You Go"
2) "Reckless Love"
3) "Wasted" (featuring Adam Levine)
4) "Burn It Down"
5) "Never In A Million"
6) "Hear Ya Say"


'The Voice' to Return in September With Original Judges

The Voice season 5 teaser.
Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo will reunite with Adam Levine and Blake Shelton on the The Voice season 5

It looks like Adam Levine and Blake Shelton will be reuniting with original coaches Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green on the fifth season of NBC's hit music talent show The Voice this fall. The fourth season recently went under wraps while Blake Shelton and his contestant Danielle Bradberry took home the trophy.

The Voice will return on Monday, September 23 on the NBC network at 8/7pm CPT. 

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Watch Adam, Cee Lo, Blake, and Chrisitna perform Green Day's "Good Riddance" from Season 3 below:

Maroon 5 Hops Up the Billboard Pop Songs Chart

Maroon 5's sales on GooglePlay and Amazon this past week have made "Love Somebody" gross in digital sales

In the past week, GooglePlay and Amazon have both set the priced of Maroon 5's fourth studio album Overexposed to an estimated $5 price due to its one year charting anniversary. A year ago this week on the Billboard charts, Maroon 5's Overexposed debuted and peaked at No. 2 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart while rock band Linkin Park debuted at No. 1 on the tally, selling just over 230,000 copies in both albums' first week. 

This week, "Love Somebody" finds itself climbing up the Billboard chart as it moves up 24-22 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. On other chart notes, the single jumps up 18-16 on the Pop Songs chart, leaps up 25-17 on the Radio Songs chart, descneds 19-22 on the Digital Songs chart (surpassed by Anna Kendrick's single "Cups"), and jumps 9-6 on the Adult Pop Songs chart.

The band's former Top 40 No. 1 hit single "Daylight" currently charts at No. 4 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart.

Maroon 5's fourth studio album Overexposed falls 37-43 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart.

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'Overexposed' Sells 1.1 Million Copies In 1 Year

Maroon 5's fourth studio album Overexposed has sold over a million copies in the United States since it's release on June 26 last year

A year ago today, pop rock outfit Maroon 5 dropped their fourth studio album Overexposed in the United States and impacted pop radio like no one else. Selling over 300,000 copies within its first week, according to Neilson SoundScan, the album debuted and peaked at No. 2 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart, almost certain to top the chart. Ever since last summer, the album, to date, has sold 1.1 million copies in the United States alone becoming one of the band's most successful albums in history. 

The band has achieved much more success than ever on this album. "One More Night" was tied at No. 1 with Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me, Maybe" for being the longest-running No. 1 hit single on the Hot 100 chart last year, "Payphone", featuring Wiz Khalifa, took everyone by storm as it had the best first-week sales pitch since 2008's Black Eyed Peas takeover ("Got a Feelin'", "Boom Boom Pow"), and the band released an overall 4 No. 1 top 40 singles from the album. 

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Maroon 5 Leaps Into Top 30 on the Billboard Hot 100

Maroon 5 performing on the Today Show this month.
Maroon 5's newest hit "Love Somebody" continues to climb up the Hot 100 singles chart

This week on the charts, Maroon 5's new dance-pop Max Martin-produced single "Love Somebody" continues to climb up the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, moving up from Nos. 35-24 on the tally. This marks the band's fourth official top 30 hit single on the chart from their fourth studio album Overexposed, which was released last June. 

On other chart notes, "Love Somebody" moves up 32-35 on the Billboard Radio Songs chart, jumps up 29-19 on the Digital Songs chart, debuts at No. 25 on the Streaming Songs chart (a chart that analyzes the most played songs on Spotify,YouTube ect.), jumps up 22-18 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart, and last but not least leaps in to the top 10 on the Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart from 13-9.

The band's 2013 No. 1 top 40 hit single "Daylight" falls 8-10 on the Adult Pop Songs chart this week, however marking the band two top 10 singles in on the chart. On other chart notes, the single falls 2-3 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart.

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Adam Levine Talks About 'Rumors' Over Katy Perry Collaboration

Adam Levine and pop singer Katy Perry spotted out side of an L.A. studio earlier this month.
Adam Levine denies all rumors speculating that Katy Perry and the band Maroon 5 ever working together

Adam Levine talked with numerous music news outlets such as VH1, MTV, and many more after Tuesday's (June 18) season finale of NBC's The Voice, but one in particular, Pop Crush brought up the recent rumors of pop rock band Maroon 5 possibly working with Katy Perry in the studio for their upcoming fifth studio album.

Listen to what Adam Levine had to say about the Katy Perry rumors below:


Danielle Bradbery Is Crowned 'The Voice'

Blake Shelton wins three consecutive seasons as Danielle Bradbery takes home the win for season 4

The fourth season of The Voice wrapped up on Tuesday night with a two-hour live show featuring performances from some of the biggest names in music.

NBC's singing competition had three contestants remaining at the start of the show: Blake Shelton's country artists The Swon brothers and Danielle Bradbery, and Usher's indie singer Michelle Chamuel.

Iconic singer Cher was a major highlight of the night, performing "Woman's World," the first single off her upcoming album of the same name. In her first live performance in many years, Cher took the stage wearing black and mesh, and a very memorable black and purple hairstyle.

Other performers included Christina Aguilera (who will return as a coach for season 5), Bruno Mars, Florida Georia with Nelly, Hunter Hayes, and Bob Seger.

Tuesday's finale also saw many past season four contestants return to the stage, with some performing with the remaining three contestants, and others performing group numbers.

At the end of the show, a new winner was crowned: Danielle Bradbery.
Michelle Chamuel took second place, while The Swon Brothers placed third.

Bradbery, a petite 16-year-old who was bullied because of her teeth as a kid, had no professional singing experience when she auditioned for the show. She sang a Taylor Swift song, and turned three chairs. She quickly became a fan favorite with her sweet disposition and pure voice.

"I'm so thankful. I'm sorry -- I'm speechless," said Bradbery after her win.

It was a very good night for Shelton, who was celebrating his birthday. Bradbery's win marks Shelton's third win on the show. He also won last season with Cassadee Pope and season two with Jermaine Paul.

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Robin Thicke to Tour with Maroon 5 in Europe, New Album 'Blurred Lines' Out in July

Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' official album cover teaser.
Pop singer Robin Thicke will be releasing his new album Blurred Lines on July 30th and touring with Maroon 5 next year

American R&B singer and songwriter Robin Thicke will be releasing his sixth studio album next month titled Blurred Lines on July 30th through Star Trak Records in the United States. It was announced earlier this week that Robin Thicke will be touring on the Overexposed European Tour next year after the dates were postponed from this summer to next winter.

Guest appearances on Thicke's new album include rapper and producer Pharrell Williams and Kendrick Lamar, and T.I.

The single "Blurred Lines" featuring T.I. and Pharrell Williams had recently peaked atop the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, making it Thicke's first chart topper on the Hot 100 in the United States. His new single "For the Rest of My Life" is now available to stream and download.

You can listen to "Blurred Lines", featuring T.I. and Pharrell Williams below:

The Voice Coaches Perform The Beatles 'With a Little Help From My Friends'

The Voice season 4 coaches performing.
The three acts still standing on NBC's The Voice sang for the championship on Monday, June 17, and whoever wins will be making show history in some way: The Swon Brothers would be the first winning duo, Danielle Bradbery would be the youngest champion crowned to date and Michelle Chamuel would be an introductory win for first-time coach Usher.

The finals kicked off with the four coaches teaming up for The Beatles' "With a Little Help From My Friends," with Usher and Shakira meshing incredibly well with Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Hopefully the two newbie coaches will rotate back into the red chairs on a future season. The top three performers also took the stage together for "Home" by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, alongside their fellow season four contestants.
Shelton had two acts in the season finale -- putting him exactly where he was at this point last season, which he eventually won with country crossover Cassadee Pope -- while Usher stayed strong with one singer. Here's how they vied for votes, one last time:

The Swon Brothers -- the first duo to ever make it to the finals on The Voice -- put their harmonies at the forefront with The Eagles' "I Can't Tell You Why," with Zach Swon on the baby grand and Colton Swon on guitar. "I was pretty critical of the last Eagles tune you did, but I gotta say ... you guys did an amazing job," said Levine.
The singing siblings, who have stayed true to themselves, each other and the classics of their genre all season long, were asked to bring back Anne Murray's version of "Danny's Song." They happily collected the exact same praise as when they performed it last week. "You guys did it such justice, it's almost like I disappeared for a moment and we weren't here," commended Usher. The boys then picked up their guitars for Brad Paisley's "Celebrity" with their coach Shelton and a ton of tongue-and-cheek humor.

Bradbery -- the 16-year-old who has been successfully reviving country classics and, Shelton says, has earned the respect of Nashville -- gave an encore performance of Pam Tillis' "Maybe It Was Memphis," while rocking another fabulous pair of sparkly cowboy boots. "You have just gone straight to the vein of America -- atta girl!" cheered Shakira, while Levine expressed for the millionth time that her voice is perfect and he's insanely jealous of Shelton for nabbing her at the blind auditions.
She took a final shot at an up-tempo track, "Born to Fly" by Sara Evans. Though she may not be kneeling onstage like Chamuel does, the purity of her voice -- and character -- has repeatedly translated country's appeal to the Voice's audience. "You, my friend, are definitely a special thing," said Usher, while Levine joked yet again, "Your perfection is beginning to bore me at this point!" She also blended well with Shelton onstage for "Timber, I'm Falling in Love" by Patty Loveless.

Chamuel reprised her theatrical rendition of Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble," which was just as fresh as the first time she debuted her version, but traveled across the stage with much more confidence. Her growth as an artist is self-evident -- for someone who couldn't even sing in front of her family, it looks like all the times Usher put her through out-of-the-box exercises have paid off.
Then, the "anything is possible if you just believe" archetype of the season returned to her vulnerabilities and emotions (and her mirror motif, with a twist) for "Why" by Annie Lennox. Though more physically subdued this time, she again proved that performing a song requires singing, acting and body language for a multidimensional show. "People should know that you're such a humble and sweet person," praised Shakira, "and when you have humility on one side and talent on the other hand, that makes the perfect recipe for long-term success." Chamuel then harmonized with her coach onstage during "One Love, One Life" by Beres Hammond.

Shakira, who declared herself a cheerleader for the evening, switched between Chamuel-style glasses, an Okies flag for the "Swon-cert" and a cowgirl hat for Bradbery. However, Levine didn't bother hiding his alliance -- the Maroon 5 front man openly expressed that Bradbery is going to be called the season four champion.
But that's for America to decide -- the winner will be crowned Tuesday, June 18, at 9 p.m. on NBC. The special two-hour finale will feature OneRepublic, Bob Seger, Bruno Mars, Pitbull, Christina Aguilera, Florida Georgia Line, Nelly and Hunter Hayes, as well as a highly anticipated guest performance by Cher, who will sing her single "Woman's World" off her upcoming album of the same name and mark her first live performance in more than a decade.

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Matthew Morrison Wants to Make a Pop Collaboration with Adam Levine

'Glee' star Matthew Morrison wants to work with label boss Adam Levine on a "pop collaboration"

The 'Glee' singer-and-actor was snapped up by the Maroon 5 frontman for his new record label and the pair have discussed joining forces on a song, despite having different musical styles.

While Matthew's new album, 'Where It All Began', is more jazz and blues inspired, Adam is best known for making thumping pop-rock songs with his band.

Matthew said: "We've certainly talked about [a collaboration]. Our styles and sounds are quite different but he loves my album so much and he's a big fan of that type of music. But you wouldn't think it because he's such a rock star."

Although he's used to being in front of the camera after playing glee club teacher Mr. Schuester for four years, Matthew insists filming his first music video was completely "different" to his usual work.

He explained: "They are so different but I love both. With 'Glee', you learn lines, you show up and you're good to go. But with a music video, you get involved with everything and it's a lot more personal."

However, the singer admits he relied on his 'Glee' connections when it came to shooting his music video so he could cut costs.

He added in an interview with Reveal magazine: "I pulled a lot of favours from 'Glee', luckily. We shot the video at some studios in LA and they have a famous set of a New York backstreet, so we used it. It's very expensive to rent out an actual NYC street, but they gave me the 'Glee' family discount which was good."


Adam Levine Talks with Jimmy Fallon

Adam Levine does his best music impressions, talks about his voice, and Maroon 5

Adam Levine stopped by the Late Night Show with Jimmy Fallon last night to talk about the band Maroon 5, 'The Voice' remaining contestants, and even did some impressions on the late night television show.

Yesterday morning (June 14), pop rock band Maroon 5 played the Today Show's annual Toyota Concert Series event performing their later hits "Love Somebody" and "One More Night" as well as "Payphone", featuring Wiz Khalifa, and "She Will Be Loved." You can watch videos of the band performing yesterday by clicking here right now.

You can watch Adam Levine talk with Jimmy Fallon in the video below:


Maroon 5 Heat Up Rockefeller Plaza on Today Show

Maroon 5 perform third consecutive year on the TODAY show Toyota Concert Series on NBC

On a chilly June morning in New York, it's imperative that someone come along to heat up the throngs in the TODAY plaza. Fortunately, Maroon 5 were booked for Toyota Concert Series duties, and did just that on Friday -- playing three of their hits and chatting with the show's complement of hosts.

The Grammy-winning band of James Valentine (guitar), Mickey Madden (bass), Matt Flynn (drums), and "The Voice" mentor/band singer Adam Levine kept the vocal, packed crowd bouncing with tunes like "One More Night," "Love Somebody" and "Payphone." (Extra stand-in members PJ Morton on keyboard and Sam Farrar on guitar also backed them up.)

The band has been together for over 10 years now (and Levine and Madden have been buds since 7th grade), but Levine admitted that "television shows like 'The Voice' helped a lot" in getting them more well known. "All of these things happened in an amazing way; we're stoked," he added.

But now that he's been mentoring and judging on "Voice" for two seasons, Savannah Guthrie wondered if Levine had started sharing a few "pointers" with his bandmates.

"No, they definitely don't like that!" said Levine, then corrected himself: "And I don't do that."

But when his bandmates were queried, they all said "no comment."

"No comment!" cried Levine. "See, he hates me."

Fortunately, the band has a way to keep egos in check -- they're frank with one another and will happily tell the offending member if he's turning into an irritant.

Chuckled Levine, "It happens like three times a week."

Maroon 5 hit the road on Aug. 1 in St. Louis for a 31-date tour featuring Kelly Clarkson.

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Maroon 5 Remain Moving Up Hot 100 with 'Love Somebody'

Maroon 5's single "Love Somebody" continues its climb up the Hot 100 singles chart

This week, pop rock band Maroon 5's new single "Love Somebody" continues its climb up the Billboard charts. After its music video premiere and boost in digital sales on Amazon, iTunes (ect.) the single climbed up 37-35 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The band's third Overexposed single "Daylight" continues to stay in the top ten on the Adult Pop Songs chart at No. 8 this week and also stays put at No. 2 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart (the longest Maroon 5 has gone in the top three on the AT40 since "Moves Like Jagger" in 2011).

On other chart news, the band's 2012 platinum-selling album Overexposed stays put at No. 26 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart. This week, the studio album pushes its 990,000 sales mark in digital and psychical album sales in the past year. The album is certified gold, yet represented platinum and has been since March 2013 (according to Nielsen SoundScan). The band's debut album Songs About Jane, released in 2002, made an appearance on the U.S. Billboard Catalog Albums chart this week dippin' in at No. 29. 

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Adam Levine & Shakira Talk About Eliminations on 'The Voice'

Shakira and Adam Levine as coaches on NBC's The Voice.
Adam and Shakira both talk to Access Hollywood about their eliminations from NBC's The Voice on Tuesday night

Amber Carrington was eliminated from "The Voice" Tuesday night. So, how is coach Adam Levine reacting? Plus, why did Shakira not feel as bad about losing her contestant, Sasha Allen?

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The Voice Recap: Amber Carrington Eliminated from 'The Voice'

Amber Carrington on The Voice as seen on NBC.
Adam Levine's only contestant is eliminated from NBC's The Voice this season

Usher and Shakira arrived at The Voice‘s Top 5 results night wearing black. Was it foreshadowing that their Season 4 journeys were about to take a turn for the funereal?

After all, the neophyte coaches’ last respective contestants — Michelle Chamuel and Sasha Allen — were the only two acts who didn’t crack the iTunes Top 10 singles based on their Monday-night performances and thus didn’t see their iTunes votes multiplied by 10.

But, of course, no results show can extend a full hour based solely on an announcement that can be spat out in 10 seconds. And so we were treated to a rare cavalcade of performances from Voice finalists of the past — Tony Lucca, Nicholas David and Terry McDermott (but sadly, not Amanda Brown) — as well as Fall Out Boy and a chopped-up Top 5 group rendition of a Poison power ballad.

After that, it was time to determine who’ll be competing in next week’s finale. Let’s get to it, shall we?

Sent to Safety (in Chronological Order)

Michelle Chamuel
Danielle Bradbery
The Swon Brothers


Sasha Allen
Amber Carrington

Adam Levine Talks About Amber Carrington's Surprise Success

Adam Levine as a coach on NBC's The Voice season 4.
Adam Levine talks about his only contestant left on The Voice, success & more

Amber Carrington is the last member of Team Adam Levine on “The Voice” and she is feeling the pressure.

“Yeah, it is a lot of pressure because the team has been so fierce since the beginning,” Amber said last Friday as she hit the recording studio to lay down tracks and speak with journalists. “Team Adam, I feel like has been one of the best teams overall, so being the last one on the team, I feel like I need to fill all of those shoes and take it to the end.”

Amber said she really hopes she can take Team Adam to the finish line.

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“I wanna win so bad with him,” she said.

Amber recently returned from a hometown visit (to Rockwall, Texas) and she said she has friends coming to town this week – friends who are big fans of Adam.

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“My best friends are coming out this week and [one of them], she’s like, ‘So, can you let me meet Adam?’ I’m like, ‘Oh, probably not,’” Amber laughed.

“I’m thinking about… getting him to kind of wave at them or something,” she added. “We’ll see.”

“The Voice” continues Monday night at 8/c on NBC.

Amber Carrington Performs Maroon 5's 'Sad'

The Voice contestant sings Maroon 5's single-worthy ballad "Sad"

In dedication to her best friends, Amber Carrington took on Katy Perry's most vocally ambitious song, "Firework" (and got a piece of good luck from Perry beforehand as well). Shakira commended her for performing the "nightmare song" well, and Shelton praised her versatility beyond the country genre. In dedication to her family and friends, Carrington sang Maroon 5's "Sad" which was written by Levine and his guitarist, James Valentine. "The fact that you can make one of Adam's songs that beautiful, that's doing something!" teased Shelton. "I can't wait to buy your record."

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The two singers with the lowest votes will be sent home Tuesday at 8 p.m. on NBC. The episode will feature a guest performance by season three runner-up, Scottish rocker Terry McDermott.

What did you think of tonight’s performances? Will a lady take the title once again, or will a duo win for the first time and make Voice history? Who had the best set tonight: Allen's disco stage or Chamuel's electronic dance club? Sound off in the comments section below.


Adam Levine on Jimmy Fallon on June 14th

Adam Levine will be on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on June 14th

Next Friday, pop rock band Maroon 5 will be performing on the Today Show only on NBC at 10:30/9:30am CT. The band will be performing their new hit single "Love Somebody" as well as some of their classics "This Love", "Moves Like Jagger", and "She Will Be Loved." Adam Levine will also be interviewed on the TODAY show.

Adam Levine will be sitting down with Jimmy Fallon next Friday (June 14) as well on the Late Night Show with Jimmy Fallon on NBC. Make sure to watch at 12:35am/11:35pm CPT next Fri, June 4.

Maroon 5 recently put out the music video for their new single "Love Somebody." You can watch it below. Also, click here to watch the behind the scenes exclusive video of the video.

Maroon 5 Release Behind-the-Scenes Video for 'Love Somebody'

Go behind-the-set of Maroon 5' video for "Love Somebody"

Maroon 5 are onto their fourth single from 2012's "Overexposed," and now they've got an eye-popping video to go with it. In the Rich Lee-directed clip for "Love Somebody," Adam Levine and his bandmates find themselves enveloped in blue-gray paint as they play their dancefloor-lite jam, which was co-written by OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder.

Levine finds himself shirtless as more and more of his body is revealed, and actress Gemma Palombo guests as the object of the singer's affection. Eventually she slides back into the whiteness, and Levine seemingly erases his true love... and himself.

The music video premiered this past Monday (May 20) on "The Voice," where Levine serves as a vocal coach. "Love Somebody" has not yet entered the Hot 100 chart, although, judging by Maroon 5's track record, it's only a matter of time. "Overexposed's" previous singles -- "Payphone," "One More Night," and "Daylight" -- peaked at 2, 1, and 7, respectively.

'Love Somebody' Climbs Up Billboard Hot 100 Chart

Maroon 5 scores another hit as "Love Somebody" climbs 54-37 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100

Maroon 5's new single "Love Somebody" makes a remarkable jump on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart this week as it jumps 54-37 on the tally. Last week, the pop rock band's single "Daylight" fell off the top 40 of the Hot 100 singles chart while this week "Love Somebody" takes charge as the band's newest radio hit single. The music video for "Love Somebody" is just at the pinnacle of passing 8,000,000 views on YouTube and VEVO. The dance-pop single also moved up 29-27 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart, jumps 21-15 on the Adult Pop Songs chart.

On other chart notes, Maroon 5's newest Overexposed single "Love Somebody" also takes a large jump from 60-41 on the U.S. Billboard Radio Songs chart, and moves up 29-27 on the Digital Songs chart.

Maroon 5's fourth studio album Overexposed jumps up 38-26 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart this week. It also re-enters the Catalog Albums chart at No. 16. The album's one year anniversary is about three weeks away as last year on June 26, 2012, the album was released in the United States. Also, Maroon 5's single "One More Night" almost a year ago as well on June 19 last year. 

You can download Maroon 5's new single "Love Somebody" on iTunes now:

Watch Maroon 5's new video for "Love Somebody" below:


'The Voice' Live Recap: Cassadee Pope Performs, Amber Carrington Saved

Adam Levine as a coach on NBC's The Voice.

First person saved: The first contestant saved on tonight's (May 4) live elimination show was Michelle Camuel of Usher's team. Last night, the corky-songstress performed a live rendition of Taylor Swift's dubstep-heavy single "I Knew You Were Trouble." Swift helped mentor Michelle to prep her for the performance. You can download the song on iTunes right now.

Second person saved: Shakira's last remaining R&B singer contestant Sasha Allen was saved second on the live elimination episode. Last night, she played a country pop tune by Carrie Underwood called "Before He Cheats." You can download the song on iTunes Store right now.

Third person saved: Danielle Bradberry from team Blake Shelton was the third contestant saved tonight. Last night, she performed "A Little Bit Stronger" originally by Sara Evans. You can download the song on iTunes now.

Fourth person saved: The fourth contestant saved tonight was Adam Levine's very own mate Amber Carrington. Last night, she performed "I Remember You" originally by Skid Row. You can download the song on iTunes now.

First elimination & fifth save: The Swon Brothers were the last saved people tonight on the live elimination rounds on NBC's The Voice. The country duo belongs on Blake Shelton's team and performed both "Wagon Wheel" and "Ogie from Muskogee." You can download both songs on iTunes right now. The person eliminated from tonight live show was Holly Tucker from Blake's team. She performed "My Wish." If you want, download it on iTunes Store now.


Sara Bareilles Releases New Teaser Video Making 'The Blessed Unrest'

Sara Bareilles releases new teaser video making her new record 'The Blessed Unrest'

"The Blessed Unrest," Sara Bareilles' third studio album, is set for a July 16 release on Epic Records, and the pop singer-songwriter is previewing her latest full-length with a behind-the-scenes webisode series dubbed "Sara Bareilles Makes a Record." After Bareilles launched the first two parts online over the past week, Part 3 of the series is debuting exclusive at Billboard.com -- watch it below:

The third portion of "Sara Bareilles Makes a Record" focuses on "Brave," the upcoming album's lead single, currently at No. 19 on the Adult Contemporary chart. The "Love Song" and "King of Anything" singer is shown working with producer Mark Endert on the song, perfecting its percussion, and discussing her mainstream aspirations.

"Of course I want my songs on the radio. It's an amazing platform to share your music and your message with the world," says Bareilles in the video. "But at the same time, I don't need a radio hit so bad that I am willing to do anything for it. At the end of the day, the integrity of my art is way more important to me."

Recorded over the past six months, "The Blessed Unrest" follows 2010's "Kaleidoscope Heart," which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and has sold a total of 441,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Check out the official video for "Brave," and sound off on the latest "Sara Bareilles Makes a Record" webisode in the comments section: