The most important question of 2012 –will “Curiosity” be included on Carly Rae Jepsen‘s Kiss album– has been answered. Yes. Yes it will. Kween Karly Slay unveiled the official Kiss tracklisting this weekend, and it’s definitely a winner.
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You can always count on Perfume. Even if you don’t like their A-side track, they’ve always got a killer B-side waiting in the wings to snatch wigs. The iconic trio will release their latest single “Spending all my time” this week, complete with two brand new B-side tracks, “Hurly Burly” and “Point”. They’ve both leaked [...]
Oh God. A few days ago, Lady GaGa hinted that her third studio album will be titled ‘ARTPOP‘ by tweeting the above selca with the turgid title freshly tattooed on her arm. I ignored it, praying to the gods of pretense that this embodiment of everything that makes Lady GaGa super-duper lame would not destroy [...]
After snatching our wigs earlier this week with the release of their epic new single “Day by Day” and it’s accompanying sci-fi extravaganza music video, T-ara made their live comeback with a double performance on tonight’s episode of Music Core. It’s not only the first time we’ve seen the girls perform their new material, but [...]
Growing up, I absolutely loved British girl groups. All Saints, Spice Girls, Sugababes, Girls Aloud, Cleopatra, Mis-Teeq, and Atomic Kitten have all slayed me over the years in some way, shape, or form, but then something happened: British girl groups got shitty. I mean, like, really shitty. All the good ones either disbanded or nosedived [...]
Leona no1curraboutmeanymore Lewis still won’t admit that her third album glAssheart was pushed back because “Collide” flopped and that her label are in desperate need of finding her a hit before she turns into the next Gareth Gates. She’s still trying to convince the world that she delayed the album for artistic reasons.
Is faux dubstep, like, still a thing? Justin Bieber promises to be your platinum, your silver, and your gold over a heard-it-all-before dubstep beat on the third and final iTunes promo single from his upcoming Believe album, “As Long As You Love Me”.
Swedish songstress Agnes gained a global audience and a throng of fans a few years ago with her international hit “Release Me”. I was not one of them. At the time, I casually dismissed “Release Me” as nothing more than a heard-it-all-before scandipop tune sung by a chick who looked like the long lost twin [...]