February 16, 2016

The 2016 Grammy Awards proved to be as exciting as ever with performances from big names like Adele and Justin Bieber, tributes to the late and great David Bowie by Lady Gaga and unexpected upsets in the various categories.

Here are the 2016 Grammy winners that add their name to the prestigious list:

Album of the Year: 1989 - Taylor Swift
Song of the Year: Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran
Record of the Year: Uptown Funk - Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson
Best New Artist: Meghan Trainor
Best Rap Album: To Pimp a Butterfly - Kendrick Lamar
Best Country Album: Traveller - Chris Stapleton
Best Alternative Music Album: Alabama Shakes
Best Pop Vocal Album: 1989 - Taylor Swift

Missed out on the nominees? Here's a recap of who was honored for the big event. The Grammy Awards: the biggest and brightest in music.

February 15, 2016
We are pleased to feature 7 Years, Shut Up And Fish and An American Trilogy (with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) among the 39 tracks in Backing Tracks that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest MP3 instrumental karaoke as made famous by Lukas Graham, Maddie & Tae, or Elvis Presley.
February 8, 2016
We are pleased to feature Stressed Out, The Sound of Silence and Unsteady among the 46 tracks in MP3 instrumental karaoke that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Instrumental Version as made famous by Twenty One Pilots, Disturbed, or X Ambassadors.
February 1, 2016
We are pleased to feature Never Forget You, Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah) and Ooh Baby Baby among the 43 tracks in Instrumental Version that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Backing Tracks as made famous by Zara Larsson, Andy Grammer, or Smokey Robinson.
February 1, 2016

Sure talent plays a part in your success as a singer and a musician, but practice has been confirmed to help you become an expert in anything. After all, practice makes perfect! Just ask renowned psychologist Dr. Anders Ericsson who’s determined that anybody can be an expert at anything with enough practice. According to the good doc, to become an expert, it takes 20 hours of practice for 50 weeks a year for ten years (a.k.a. 10,000 hours). But for those of us just trying to get the most out of life and enjoy the music, 10,000 hours of practice hugely eats into our daily lives.

So how do you make the most of the practice time you’ve got and establish a routine that will help you improve? Below are our tips.