The claws are out! Pop divas Taylor Swift and Katy Perry are apparently in a feud thanks to the cover story interview for Rolling Stone that T. Swift gave a few days ago. TayTay didn't name any names, as is her innocent nature, but the Internet is abuzz with the so-called facts that point to Swift dragging Perry through the mud in a quote about one of her new songs off her upcoming album 1989.
Neon Trees are unique in that they make songs that sound upbeat and happy but upon closer inspection have lyrics that tell stories of personal hardship and pain. That's because lead singer Tyler Glenn often channels his own personal struggles into his songwriting, which is especially true of "Teenager In Love," a song off the band's latest album Pop Psychology. In the clip, Tyler talks about what inspired the song and it turns out it involved him falling in love with someone who didn't love him back — a feeling nearly all of us can surely relate to. Watch the video below the full story.
Keep Tuesday, September 9th marked on your calendars with big red letters: Jennifer Lopez's "Booty" remix featuring Iggy Azalea is getting the music video treatment, and it drops on said day. Can't wait to see the final product? Well, the AKA diva and The New Classic rapstress have sent out a 30 second teaser clip of the video, and if you love booty, than we guarantee you're gonna love it.
No need to shake off the haters, Taylor Swift: your new single "Shake It Off" has landed you the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 countdown! It's only been on the chart for a week, but it entered right at no.1, which to be honest we totally saw coming from the country-gone-pop songstress. Dropping her next album 1989 at the tail end of October, we bet there will be plenty of number one singles from miss Tay-Tay.
Maroon 5's Adam Levine and No Doubt's Gwen Stefani are co-hosting together on NBC's The Voice, so, naturally, a collaboration was going to come into fruition from their friendship. M5's aptly-titled fifth studio album, V, is due out on Tuesday, September 2nd, and Gwen's contribution to their piano-driven "My Heart Is Open" has leaked online for fans to listen to.
Everybody's favorite country party rockers, Florida Georgia Line, are gearing up to release their second studio album Anything Goes this October. They've already released the debut single from the LP, "Dirt," which boasts the lovely lines You get your hands in it / Plant your roots in it / Dusty head lights dance with your boots in it. But now, the twosome is teasing a new track from the highly-anticipated new record.
Everybody's favorite modern-day R&B crooner — the talented Usher Raymond — has announced the title of his upcoming LP for the world to hear. With no release date as of yet, his eighth studio album is (tentatively) titled UR, after his initials of course. Usher's comeback singles "Good Kisser" and "She Came To Give It To You" (the latter ft. Nicki Minaj) are both funky and groovy in nature, gearing up this record to maybe sound like Michael Jackson 2.0.
Nicki Minaj has dropped the highly-anticipated music video for her Sir Mix-A-Lot-sampled "Anaconda" single, and as one can expect by the single cover, it's a twerk-a-thon. Starring Nicki and a team of female backup dancers taking over the jungle, the ladies shake what their mommas gave 'em in the NSFW clip, and near the end, Drake makes an appearance enjoying a private dance from Ms. Minaj herself.
TayTay's back, Swifties! After working on her follow-up record to 2012's best-selling Red, Taylor Swift held a live web-stream via Yahoo! on August 18th to announce the name of her upcoming LP. Titled 1989, after her birth year, the album will be out on October 27th, and the first single has been dubbed "Shake It Off."
Enrique Iglesias is slowly but surely climbing his way up the Billboard Hot 100 chart with his single "Bailando", which translates to "dancing" from Spanish to English. Currently sitting at no.12, he's been rising on the chart for 15 weeks now, and it's the first time a Spanish single has had major staying power since Los Del Rio's massively popular "Macarena" dropped in 1996.