Felix Jaehn is one of Germany's hottest new music exports. We had a chat with the star DJ. We also show how The BossHoss produced their latest number-one album, and PopXport presents the Wacken Metal Battle winners.
Felix Jaehn - A chat with the DJ shootingstar
Felix Jaehn leapt to world stardom with his remix of "Cheerleader." Now the young DJ is working full tilt on his debut album. When he's not in the air, he's on the ground setting the beat for major festivals the world over.
The BossHoss - Cowboys lasso the top spot
The BossHoss have been riding high for 10 years, but they just roped in their first number one album, "Dos Bros." The video to the title track has them running into a female gang. We were on hand for the video shoot and production of the album.
Savage Machine at the Wacken Metal Battle
As part of Wacken Open Air, the world's biggest heavy metal festival, the Wacken Metal Battle pits new bands from around the world against each other. PopXport presents this year’s five winners. In fifth place is Savage Machine from Denmark.
HIT: Rammstein - Rammlied (Live)
Rammstein has long occupied a place in the international hard rock pantheon. Recently, the shock rockers shot to first place on the British music DVD charts with their documentary "Rammstein in Amerika." It includes footage from their 2010 sold-out concert in New York's Madison Square Garden.
TIPP: Revolverheld feat. Rea Garvey - Das kann uns keiner nehmen
Revolverheld pumps out German pop-rock. But for their latest album, the Hamburg quartet left their electric guitars at home. They strummed their biggest hits in two concerts for MTV's Unplugged series, inviting various musical guests to join in, among them Irish singer-songwriter Rea Garvey.
CLASSIC: Modern Talking - Cheri, Cheri Lady (1985)
Singer Thomas Anders and producer Dieter Bohlen may not be the best of friends any more, but as the disco-pop duo Modern Talking they were a heart and a soul. Thirty years ago, they released their third single "Cheri, Cheri Lady" and entered the Top 10 in eight European countries.