I have a soft spot for supergroups. It gives me the same feeling as when Ghost Rider and the Punisher would crossover into The Amazing Spiderman for a few issues. It’s the same reason why I love the NBA All-Star game, and why I like ice cream with a bunch of stuff in it; Oreos, Reese’s peanut butter cups, cookie dough, and literally everything else. I am a glutton for the things I like, and I fantasize about what they would be like all mashed up. Heavy supergroups are like fantasy football for metal nerds.
Haven’t you heard? Fifth Harmony is taking over Big Morning Buzz Live all week long. The ladies performed a stripped down and jazzed up version of their hit “Sledgehammer” this morning on the show. Read more…
I am still living for the love I’ve received from my critically acclaimed performance at the Grammys. It does my rebel heart good to know that I am still the Queen of Music and all I survey. As we get closer to the release date of my new album, I can’t help but feel nostalgic. Why, you ask? Because I can! I’m Madonna. Do I have to explain how I feel….?
I really want to thank you all for making #MadonnaDearest so epic!
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Before feminism pervaded the work of today’s artists like Beyonce, Lorde, and Pussy Riot, there was Lesley Gore from Tenafly, New Jersey. She sang “You Don’t Own Me,” the defiant feminist anthem whose power has only grown over the decades.
The beloved singer died of lung cancer on Monday in New York City at age 68.
This month’s You Ought Know artist George Ezra has been blowing up thanks to his sultry voice, passionate lyrics, and catchy track “Budapest.” You’ve heard it on the radio, but now we’re please to bring you an exclusive video of the singer/songwriter performing his hit in New York City for the very first time! If he can make it there, he can make it anywhere, right?
You and I might spend our downtime singing in the shower, dancing at the club, and plucking on a guitar. But our favorite artists are wont to unwind with less musical hobbies. When the lights go down, artists like Prince pick up a ping pong paddle, Roger Daltrey a fishing rod, and Justin Bieber a Rubik’s Cube. These pastimes run the gamut from completely ordinary like Rivers Cuomo and Lily Allen’s knitting, to an obsession that led Neil Young to become a part owner in a toy train manufacturing company.