YOK Artist Tove Lo Plays You Can’t Say That: Swedish Greats Edition

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July’s You Oughta Know artist Tove Lo is no stranger to VH1′s shenanigans. Earlier this month, the “Habits (Stay High)” singer indulged us with a rip-roaring Speed Interview, where she revealed her worst habit is falling asleep in the tub while drunk and biggest musical influences are Charlotte GainsbourgRobyn, and Lykke Li. She’s decided to come back for more, this time playing a round of You Can’t Say That.

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Ring The Alarm! Cher Lloyd Does “Sirens” In 60 Seconds On VH1 Stop/Watch

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By Christopher Rosa 

VH1′s knuckle-clenching Stop/Watch is back for another lighting fast round, and this week’s contender is Cher Lloyd! The pint-size Brit is slaying with her latest smash “Sirens” from her album Sorry I’m Late. Can Lloyd beat the clock and belt out her song in 60 seconds? Let’s find out!

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The 10 Lamest Album Covers In Classic Rock History

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It’s not uncommon to hear music fans of a certain temperament, and often a certain age, wax poetic about the glory days of the 12” vinyl album. How it was the perfect template for the great classic rock records of old and how the packaging went hand in hand with the music to create a total artistic experience. Unfortunately, not every classic album had a classic album cover to go with it. In fact, some of them were quite lame. Read more…

10 Reasons Why The Early 2000s Were A Golden Age For Pop Star Cleavage

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By Christopher Rosa 

The early 2000s were an interesting time for female musician fashion—never forget Destiny Child’s array of matching outfits—and we’ve been blessed with some red carpet moments that will live on forever. A key ingredient to wild pop star style of the 2000s was plunging—and we mean plunging—necklines. Everyone from Jennifer Lopez to Christina Aguilera to Mariah Carey bared (almost) everything from one time or another, making us Earthlings break a sweat for fear of a Janet Jackson-style wardrobe malfunction.

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CONCERT REVIEW: Falling For Leela James at B.B. King’s

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Leela James wants you to feel something. If you ever see the VH1 Soul You Oughta Know artist perform live, she’ll ask you to your face. “Can ya’ll feel that right there?” she shouted to the crowd in the midst of her performance at New York City’s B.B. King’s earlier this month. They responded with an Earth-shaking affirmative. Any advertisement for a Leela James show should come with a warning, Ms. James turns it up and takes you there, so we hope you can stand the fierceness and the fire! 

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SoundClash Music Seen: Episode One Featuring Fall Out Boy, T.I. and London Grammar

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Are you ready for the premiere of SoundClash this Wednesday night? We’re combining Fall Out Boy, T.I. and London Grammar in a crazy new music experiment that will have you bobbing your head for more.
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