MUSIC NEWS: Now Live! @Edenxo Flyaway Contest!

Today, pop sensation Eden xo kicks off her online dance competition: Are You Too Cool To Dance? From today until December 31, 2014, fans can submit short dance videos to for a chance to win a series of prizes, with a grand prize of winning a trip to LA to appear in Eden's new music video, a tour of Capitol Studios and $250 of Pür Minerals cosmetic products. Click here for a special message from Eden xo.


Eden xo's infectious single "Too Cool To Dance" has seen over 60 adds in the last three weeks by Top 40 stations across the country, including Sirius XM Hits 1, WKTU/NYC, KIIS/LA, B96 & WKSC/Chicago, KMVQ/SF, KKHH/Houston, WIHT/DC, Q102/Philadelphia, WODS/Boston, KHTS/San Diego, WBLI/Long Island, WNKS/Charlotte, Radio Disney, and more. The song was also featured on Now 52, and was pegged as one of "Tomorrow's Hits" by Billboard. It also has garnered over 100k plays on Spotify. Click here to watch the music video for the song!


Born Jessica Eden Malakouti, Eden xo was last seen as the much buzzed about independent artist and electro-pop's "next big thing", Jessie and the Toy Boys, opening for Britney Spears and Nikki Minaj on the Femme Fatale Tour. Since releasing her new single in June, "Too Cool To Dance" has reached #1 on Hype Machine's "Most Popular Songs on Twitter" chart and it has since been featured on the likes of Just Jared, Blackbook, Idolator, Glamour, PopCrush and more. It was also included in Paper Magazine's "10 Underdog Summer Jams You Should Have On Repeat," Nasty Gal's "Top Ten Things We Loved This Week," and has been licensed to the TODAY show, as well as was chosen as the theme song for So You Think You Can Dance's YouTube campaign for Nigel Lythgoe's National Dance Day.


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