Being Mary Jane (TV) // "I Feel It Coming (feat. Daft Punk)" (The Weeknd)
Being Mary Jane (TV) //
"I Feel It Coming (feat. Daft Punk)" by The Weeknd was featured in episode #404 of BET's drama series, Being Mary Jane.  The song plays as Kara and Orlando, her new boyfriend, move their relationship to the physical level.  The episode aired on February 7, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: The Weeknd // TV Placements // Because Editions // BET // Being Mary Jane
Detroiters (TV) // "Keep On Keepin' On" (Sounds Of The City) // "Dancing A Hole in The World" (Jimmy Delphs)
Detroiters (TV) //
SONGS has not one, but two placements in the series premiere of Comedy Central's newest comedy, Detroiters.  

"Keep On Keepin' On" by Sounds Of The City is featured in a scene where Tim and Sam leave a hot tub commercial shoot in favor of an "accidental" meet with Carter and "Dancing A Hole In The World" by Jimmy Delphs plays as the pair heads to an advertising pitch for Chrysler.

The episode aired on February 7, 2017.  Check out the series trailer below!
Permalink | Tags: TV Placements // Comedy Central // Tony Hester // Mario E. Sprouse // Detroiters
Girls (TV) // "Ray Charles" (Chiddy Bang) // "Zoom Zoom Zoom" (Calypso Rose)
Girls (TV) //
The sixth and last season premiere of HBO's critically acclaimed series Girls featured two SONGS placements, "Ray Charles" by Chiddy Bang, co-written by SONGS writer Adam Pallin, and "Zoom Zoom Zoom" by Calypso Rose.  The episode aired on February 12, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: Adam Pallin // TV Placements // Girls // HBO // Because Editions
Riverdale (TV) // "All For Me" (Josie and the Pussycats)
Riverdale (TV) //
"All For Me", written by SONGS's own Kyle Neal, was featured in episode #103 of the CW's freshman drama, Riverdale.  The song was performed on camera by Josie and the Pussycats, characters Josie McCoy, Valerie Brown, and Melody Valentine.  The episode aired on February 9, 2017.  Check out the performance below!
Permalink | Tags: Kyle Neal // TV Placements // The CW // Riverdale
Fifty Shades Darker (Film) // "They Can't Take That Away From Me" (George & Ira Gershwin)
Fifty Shades Darker (Film) //
"They Can't Take That Away From Me", written by Ira and George Gershwin, was featured in the Universal Pictures feature film, Fifty Shades Darker.  The song was performed by a live band at a masquerade charity ball attended by Ana and Christian.  The movie was released February 10, 2017.  Check out the trailer below!
Permalink | Tags: Gershwin / Heyward // Film Placements // Gershwin // Universal Pictures
Fifty Shades Darker (Trailer) // "Defy Limitations" (Slizzy McGuire)
Fifty Shades Darker (Trailer) //
"Defy Limitations" by Slizzy McGuire was featured in a TV spot promoting the Universal Pictures feature film Fifty Shades Darker. The spot went live on February 8, 2017.  Check it out below!
Permalink | Tags: Trailer Placements // Thomas DeGrazia // Universal Pictures
TV One's Media (TV Promo) // "Gold" (Slizzy McGuire)
TV One's Media (TV Promo) //
"Gold" by Slizzy McGuire was featured in the television promo for TV One's new original movie, Media.  The spot went live the week of January 16, 2017.  The film is set to air on February 25, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: TV Promo Placements // Thomas DeGrazia // TV One
Adidas Originals (Ad) // "My Way" (Frank Sinatra)
Adidas Originals (Ad) //
"My Way" by Frank Sinatra, co-written by SONGS writer Claude Francois, was featured the ad campaign for the new Adidas Originals line which went live on January 18, 2017.  On the night of the 2017 GRAMMYS, two additional versions of the ad were released, one a remix by Snoop Dogg and the other a remix by MadeInTYO and SONGS's own Desiigner!   Check out all the spots below.
Permalink | Tags: Desiigner // Advertising Placements // Adidas // My Way // Claude Francois
The Magicians (TV Promo) // "Cruel World" (Phantogram)
The Magicians (TV Promo) //
"Cruel World" by Phantogram was featured in the 'More Magic, More Problems' promo for season two of Syfy's fantasy series, The Magicians.  The promo went live January 19, 2017.  Check it out below.
Permalink | Tags: Phantogram // TV Promo Placements // Syfy // The Magicians
NFL Network Super Bowl Opening Night (TV Promo) // "Jungle (feat. Jamie N Commons)" (X Ambassadors)
NFL Network Super Bowl Opening Night (TV Promo) //
"Jungle (feat. Jamie N Commons)" by X Ambassadors was featured in the NFL Network's promos for the Super Bowl Opening Night.  The spots went live on January 24, 2017.

Permalink | Tags: X Ambassadors // TV Promo Placements // NFL Network // Super Bowl
The Young and the Restless & The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Promo) // "Serious Craving" (Ethel and the Chordtones)
The Young and the Restless & The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Promo) //
"Serious Craving" by Ethel and the Chordtones was featured in the TV promos for CBS's daytime soap operas, The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful. The promos first aired on January 6, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: Julie Hardy // Ethel and the Chordtones // Mike MacAllister // CBS // TV Promo Placements // The Young and the Restless // The Bold and the Beautiful
24: Legacy (TV) // "The Other Side" (nvdes)
24: Legacy (TV) //
"The Other Side" by nvdes was featured in the series premiere of NBC's 24: Legacy.  The song plays as Drew tries to talk to Amanda after school, grabbing her as she walks away.  The episode aired directly after the Super Bowl on February 5, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: nvdes // Sean Van Vleet // TV Placements // NBC // Josh LaViolette // 24: Legacy
Riverdale (TV) // "Ain't No Law" (KJ Apa)
Riverdale (TV) //
"Ain't No Law", written by SONGS writer Richard Edwards of Margo & The Nuclear So and So's, was featured in episode #102 of the CW's freshman drama, Riverdale.  The song was performed by KJ Apa who plays the show's main character, Archie Andrews.  The episode aired on February 2, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: Margot & the Nuclear So and So's // TV Placements // The CW // Riverdale
The Path (TV) // "Leather & Blue" (nvdes)
The Path (TV) //
"Leather & Blue" by nvdes was featured in episode #203 of Hulu's show, The Path.  The song plays as Eddie gets into a fight with the Tall Man after the man admits to being a Meyerist and threatens him.  The episode aired on February 1, 2017.

Permalink | Tags: nvdes // TV Placements // Hulu // Josh LaViolette // The Path
Beyond (TV) // "Ordinary World" (pplrs)
Beyond (TV) //
Duran Duran's "Ordinary World", covered by the band pplrs, was featured in season finale of Freeform's freshman drama, Beyond.  The song plays over the concluding montage of the season. Holden and Luke spin a story to their parents to explain their week long disappearance, Shoemacher questions her loyalty to the comatose Frost, the sheriff looks into Yellow Jacket's file, Holden and his family enjoy a dinner together, and, finally, Holden packs up his childhood room, ready to move forward.  The entire series was made available online for binge watching on January 2, 2017.
Permalink | Tags: Duran Duran // TV Placements // Freeform // Beyond