15 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Big Time Rush return with their third album, released concurrently with the fourth season of their popular Nickelodeon sitcom. The songs feature the band's signature boy-next-door vocals on hook-filled tunes that blend energetic pop-rock and smooth R&B. Highlights include winsome lead single "Like Nobody's Around” and a pair of collaborations—pop duo Karmin guest on the perky "Song for You," while "Lost In Love" showcases up-and-coming rapper Jake Miller. For the first time on a Big Time Rush album, every track on 24/Seven is written or co-written by members of the band.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Big Time Rush return with their third album, released concurrently with the fourth season of their popular Nickelodeon sitcom. The songs feature the band's signature boy-next-door vocals on hook-filled tunes that blend energetic pop-rock and smooth R&B. Highlights include winsome lead single "Like Nobody's Around” and a pair of collaborations—pop duo Karmin guest on the perky "Song for You," while "Lost In Love" showcases up-and-coming rapper Jake Miller. For the first time on a Big Time Rush album, every track on 24/Seven is written or co-written by members of the band.

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About Big Time Rush

Like the Naked Brothers Band, Big Time Rush is both a pop band and a Nickelodeon TV series. Launched in 2009, the show followed the fictional lives of four high school friends as they move to Los Angeles, sign a record deal, and become a chart-topping boy band. The series also incorporated original music into each episode, effectively turning the fictional band onscreen into a real group featuring actor/vocalists Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena, Jr., and Logan Henderson. As the first season drew to a close in 2010, Sony Music released the group's first album, Big Time Rush, which was largely comprised of songs from the show. In 2011, Big Time Rush returned with their sophomore album, Elevate, featuring the singles "Music Sounds Better with You" and "If I Ruled the World." The band made its feature film debut in 2012 with Big Time Movie. A spoof-tacular spy caper set in London, the film's soundtrack includes BTR's reworked cover versions of songs by the original boy band, the Beatles. In 2013, BTR delivered its third studio album, 24/Seven, which featured the single "Like Nobody's Around." ~ Andrew Leahey

ORIGIN
Los Angeles, CA
GENRE
Pop
FORMED
2009

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