Listen To The 5 Best Charli XCX “Boom Clap” Covers On The Internet Right Now

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Charli XCX is this summer’s MVP. Her chart-topping hit “Fancy” with Iggy Azalea had insane radio play and even President Barack Obama couldn’t help but record his own cover. But one mega hit doesn’t mean Charli is done for the summer. “Boom Clap” is the first single from her upcoming album Sucker, which hits stores October 21st, and The Fault in Our Stars‘ soundtrack, available right now. This catchy love anthem has infiltrated the Internet, only to spawn brilliant covers. Listen to the best five covers out right now and decide which one you love the most.

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Battle Of The Summer Jams: The Winner REVEALED!

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We’re pretty bummed about the summer being over and all, but at least there’s one silver lining: we get to crown a winner of VH1′s Battle Of The Summer Jams! It’s been an incredible season for music, and since Memorial Day we’ve had artists like Iggy Izalea, Katy Perry, Demi Lovato, and Nico & Vinz go head to head for summer song supremacy. But now the time has come to announce the winner. Can we get a drumroll please?

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The Hottest Hip Hop Video Vixens Of All Time

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In addition to emcees, deejays and graffiti artists, video vixens have become a crucial component in hip hop culture. Rappers do their job of putting out music and vixens seductively draw viewers back for more. Only a handful of vixens reach the top of this industry, and those who do are the smartest, baddest and hottest of the crop. Just look at Amber Rose, Karrine “Superhead” Steffans or Love and Hip Hop‘s own Erica Mena and Tahiry Jose for all the proof you need! We’ve assembled a gallery of the ones we can’t get out of our mind. Don’t expect any girl next doors, these ladies have unleashed their smoldering good looks and curvaceous figures to reach the rank of hottest video vixens ever.

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INTERVIEW: The Zombies’ Rod Argent And Colin Blunstone On How Odessey And Oracle Rose From The Dead To Become A Classic

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Half a century after a breakup should have nailed their coffin shut, the Zombies are just as alive today as they were in their 1960s heyday. Singer Colin Blunstone and keyboard-playing composer Rod Argent have just completed a 14-date cross-country tour, including a packed house at New York City’s iconic BB King Blues Club. This fall, the band’s two creative pillars are entering the studio to record an album of new material for their continuously growing legion of fans young and old. Like their namesake, the Zombies have come back from the dead to reclaim their rightful place in rock history alongside trailblazing artists like Brian Wilson, Pink Floyd and even the Beatles.

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