Calvin Harris sets loose to another jam in the form of a fun, new video for his single I Need Your Love (Feat. Ellie Goulding) from Calvin’s album 18 Months.
Goddamn, I miss the summer.
Psy has finally released his follow-up single to the massively successful Gangam Style and his attempt to knock the Harlem Shake on it’s asswith the single titled Gentleman as in Psy is a “mother father gentleman.”
I can’t see this not being successful. It’s stupid as hell but it’s just as catchy. It follows the same format of Gangam Style ridiculous but it still works.
It also, as of this post, has hit 89 million views since it’s release on April 13th. Lord almighty. Seriously, your fave could NEVER do it. It broke the YouTube record by hitting 18 million views in 24 hours (that was originally held by Justin Bieber’s Beauty and the Beat, with a now tawdry 10 million views).
Demi Lovato dropped the super dramatical video for her current chart topping single, Heart Attack, off her upcoming album Demi (Out May 14th).
The song has caught on with me a lot, but this video is serving Amy Lee realness. I’m actually a little reminded of this video, which I had to search through the depths of my head for as I spent the past 10 minutes trying to remember what fucking song that was.
So thanks, Demi, now I’m stressed.
Still a good tune though so I’ll let it slide. *peace sign emoji*
The title of Avril Lavigne’s new single seems to hit close to what I believe her life mantra must be with the release of her new jam, “Here’s To Never Growing Up.”
The song is the lead single off Mrs. Nickelback’s upcoming fifth album.
I hate myself just a little
a lot for finding this song really catchy and relatable.
Who am I….What is happening to me…
Paramore released the video for their current poppy single, “Still Into You” which is off their current self-titled album.
Well, that may just be the most fucking adorable thing I see all week. Kudos to Paramore for helping thaw the ice that holds my cold, cold heart.
Up-and-comer Becky G borrows heavily from Jennifer Lopez’s smash “Jenny From The Block” with her own version, appropriately titled “Becky From The Block.”
In the video, Becky G welcomes new fans into her Inglewood life where she hops into lowriders with J-Lo herself (Oh, and Casper Smart….).
Now, before all you kids out there start clawing at my face, I gotta state that I don’t really feel this version. At all. BUT this is solely due to my allegiance to 90s/early 00s J-Lo. She truly gave you every-damn-thing you needed.
The good thing about this is that it’s a fantastic way to get Becky G’s name out there (and, as seen by this video’s YouTube comments, a lot of people sure disagree with me on the track.)
Hunter Hayes, up-and-coming country superstar and current teen girl fodder, has released the first single off the re-release of his successful album, Hunter Hayes (Encore) (Out June 18th), called, “I Want Crazy.”
You’ll know Hunter from his hit single “Wanted,” which probably plays ad-nauseam in every mall in America.
I’m not the greatest judge of country music since I know zero to nothing about the genre but I think it’s a cute tune. *shrugs*
What I am sure of is that some teenage girl across the country just found some new lyrics to scribble into her diary (or textgram on Instagram…)
Selena Gomez is attempting to skyrocket to pop superstardom sans Justin Bieber with the release of her new bhangra inspired single, “Come & Get It,” which is the first off her upcoming new album (also sans “The Scene”)
I actually applaud Selena for going a bit outside the pop music box that we’re hearing on radio nowadays. I wasn’t expecting an Bollywood influenced track from her, but it works. With repeated listenings, it becomes super catchy.
Selena also premiered the track at last night’s MTV Movie Awards (aka the Kat Deluna of award shows) with the song’s first live performance.
Click the jump to watch.
Fall Out Boy have returned to jump-start the nostalgia train boarded by the kids (or, now, adults) who glided through an “emo” phase in high school (or to the joy of tweens who were too young for that era and currently find themselves in the truly awful punk pop phase they have now).
Fall Out Boy, today (April 16th), have finally released their fifth album, Save Rock and Roll, featuring star-studded guests like Courtney Love, Big Sean, Foxes, and Elton John.
Stream the album in full here:
As a rather passionate Fall Out Boy fan through most my teens, I only welcome them back with open arms and I’m glad to report that the music is still pretty damn great. They try new things without straying to far from what their die-hard fans know and love. Excited to pick this one up today.
After promising something new for her fans yesterday, Beyonce delivered, albiet slightly anticlimactically, with a preview of her new single “Grown Woman” through the body of a brand new commercial for Pepsi titled “Mirrors.”
The ad features Beyonce going fabulously back through time and seeing her old selves (and her old outfits) after a delicious sip of Pepsi (cause what else would cause such a revelation). The Beyonces™ proceed to collectively dance because who’s a better back-up dancer for Beyonce then a bunch of old Beyonces, ya feel me?
And for the song…..eh. I’ll hold my tongue until I hear the whole thing. *clutches pearls*