ESPN Music: Wiz Khalifa

Music from 'Monday Night Football'

September, 9, 2014
Sep 9
4:40
PM ET
The following is a list of music featured on ESPN's "Monday Night Football" programming, along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the songs or albums.

"Monday Night Countdown"

Sam and Dave: "Hold On I'm Coming" from the "The Best Of Sam and Dave" album. (iTunes | Amazon )

"Monday Night Football"

Wiz Khalifa: "We Dem Boyz" from the "Blacc Hollywood" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Drake: "Started From The Bottom" from the "Nothing Was The Same" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Skrillex: "Recess" from the "Recess" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Aloe Blacc: "Can You Do This" from the "Lift Your Spirit" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

MKTO: "American Dream" off the "MKTO" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Fabolous: "Breathe" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Kongos: "Come With Me Now" from the "Lunatic" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Paramore: "Ain't It Fun" from the "Paramore" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Pop Evil: "Trenches" from the "Onyx" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Avenged Sevenfold: "Hail to the King" from the "Hail to the King" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Nickleback: "Edge of a Revolution" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

NF: "Hands Up" from the "NF" EP. (iTunes | Amazon)

Ellie Goulding: "Burn" from the "Halcyon Days" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Manafest: "My Way" and "Diamonds" from "The Moment" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Sixx AM: "Stars" from the "Modern Vintage" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Afrojack: "The Spark" from the "Forget the World" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Nico and Vinz: "Am I Wrong" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

The Who: "Won't Get Fooled Again Cato Remix," "Who are You RUN DMT Remix," "Baba O Riely Jason Bentley Remix" and "Eminence Front Cage Remix" not yet available for sale.

Tim McGraw featured on ESPN this month

September, 2, 2014
Sep 2
3:40
PM ET
Tim McGrawMat Hayward/Getty ImagesTim McGraw's new album, "Sundown Heaven Town," is due to be released Sept. 16.

Here's a list of music featured on ESPN this month, along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the artists' songs and/or albums:

Tim McGraw: "Keep On Truckin" and "Overrated" from the "Sundown Heaven Town" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Lenny Kravitz: "Strut" from the "Strut" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Wiz Khalifa: "We Dem Boyz" from the "Blacc Hollywood" album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Delux: "Alarma" and "Communication" from the "$" album. (iTunes | Amazon)


Matchbox Twenty on college basketball

December, 7, 2012
12/07/12
3:30
PM ET
Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s College Basketball Programming, links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Music on College Basketball

Matchbox Twenty
"Put Your Hands Up" from the "North” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Icona Pop
"Nights Like This" not available for sale.

Royal Concept
"D D Dance" from the "The Royal Concept” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Martin Solveig
"Can’t Stop" from the "Smash” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Wiz Khalifa
"Work Hard Play Hard" from the "Work Hard Play Hard” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Big and Rich
"Get Your Game On" from the "Hillbilly Jedi” album (iTunes | Amazon)

The Sheepdogs
"Feeling Good" from the "The Sheepdogs” album (iTunes | Amazon)

The Sheepdogs
"The Way It Is” from the "The Sheepdogs” album (iTunes | Amazon)

3OH!3
"You’re Gonna Love This" from the "You’re Gonna Love This” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Icona Pop
"Ready for the Weekend" from the "Iconic” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Sean Paul
"Hold On" from the "Tomahawk Technique” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Sean Paul
"Touch the Sky" from the "Tomahawk Technique” album (iTunes | Amazon)

A Rocket to the Moon
"Going Out" from the "That Old Feeling” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Sirah
"My City" from the "C.U.L.T. Too Young To Die” album (iTunes | Amazon)

T.I.
"Go Get It" from the "Go Get It” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Martin Solveig
"We Came to Smash" from the "Smash” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Gym Class Heroes
"The Fighter" from the "The Papercut Chronicles II” album (iTunes | Amazon)


McCoy (Giants) ribs Clarkson (Cowboys)

September, 5, 2012
9/05/12
10:00
AM ET
Travie McCoyLynn HoppesIt's Travie McCoy of Gym Class Heroes with Kelly Clarkson and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Travie McCoy, lead singer of Gym Class Heroes and a huge New York Giants fan, said he'll be diplomatic about tonight's NFL opening game between his Giants and the Dallas Cowboys, the favorite team of singer Kelly Clarkson.

"I'm restraining myself by not saying the Giants are going to demolish the Cowboys in the season opener," said McCoy, who is performing at halftime. "I'm a nice guy."

Clarkson wasn't having it.

"I'm not diplomatic. I'm hoping we demolish them!" Clarkson said. "I hope the Cowboys make it more than just the playoffs. We're all hoping to make the Super Bowl! We're tired of choking right there at the end!"

Clarkson and McCoy have showed their love for their respective teams by working with Pepsi for the NFL Anthems program. Clarkson (Cowboys), McCoy (Giants), Kid Rock (Lions) and Ice Cube (Raiders) have created anthems, along with Wiz Khalifa remixing his hit "Black and Yellow" for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Clarkson, who grew up in Fort Worth, Texas, said she "came out of the womb loving football." She released the anthem "Get Up," available for a free download here.

"This is the coolest thing my family has seen me do," Clarkson said. "I haven't quite made it yet, though -- until I sing before a Cowboys game."

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