VH1 is premiering not one but two versions of “Glow” by hot new British pop-soul singer-songwriter Ella Henderson. If it sounds familiar, it’s because you heard it during tonight’s season finale of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood! Read more to stream both the original and “Full Intention Remix” versions of this amazing song.
Last night’s Soul Train Music Awards turned into “Ladies Night” with a surprise on-stage reunion performance by Lil’ Kim, Missy Elliott, and Da Brat. The femcee trio performed “Not Tonight (Ladies Night Remix),” their 1997 hit. Contemporary R&B singer Eric Benétopened the song before the three emcees joined in for their rendition.
Last year—after many grueling hours of scientific research and consultations with booty experts—we compiled a list of the 15 greatest songs about butts. However, with so much booty in this world (right, Kim Kardashian?) we think it’s time to wow you with 20 more great songs about butts. (Jingle, jingle. Christmas came early, booty lovers.) While our original list is still pretty great (awesome, even) – we regretfully left out a few wondrous jams dedicated to juicy derrieres. The booties were super sad about that. Our bad! And being alive during a booty-obsessed year (right, Amber Rose?)—where Jason Derulo begged butts worldwide to do some wiggling and J.Lo and Iggy Azeala’s moneymakers went cheek-to-cheek in the steamy “Booty” video—it’s only right that we pay homage to newfangled, booty-inspired, musical masterpieces. So. Many. Bums.
Solange posts pictures of her fabulous honeymoon to her Instagram, Lana Del Rey and Courtney Love will tour together in 2015, Nick Jonas wins “Which Celebrity Photo Are You Most Thankful For?” and more on First Dibs.
It’s now December, the time when holiday panic overload sets in. Christmas music has begun infiltrating the airwaves, subtly at first, occasionally breaking up the Top 40 rotation, but getting more frequent as the days go on. Retail stores, cars, elevators…it’s everywhere! You’re reaching a breaking point until a song comes on that stops you dead in your tracks.
You know the one. It starts out with a cute little chime, a little jingle, opens up with brassy vocals and your eyes grow two sizes bigger just like the Grinch’s heart. You immediately don’t feel so bad maxing out credit cards, buying all the things and working all the hours to make Christmas happen. After 20 years, Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” may very well be still be the greatest Christmas song of all time.
T.I. and Young Thug‘s new music video for “I Need War” features the duo battling it out in a paintball field. After collaborating on the hit “About The Money,” T.I. and Young Thug are back at it with a new video for their latest song together.
You Oughta Know artist Hozier‘s “Take Me To Church” has inspired musicians like Ed Sheeran and RUNAGROUND to record covers that will give you the goosebumps. Check back all month for more Hozier and dive into these covers below.
Kelly Clarkson made her television debut back in 2002 on a little show called American Idol. Most singers gradually make the long, grueling climb to the top of the charts but not this one. Clarkson’s win on Idol sparked her initially success that turned into a solid career. Check out these cover queen throwback videos and ask yourself, Justin Guarini who?
This week on Top 20 Countdown, host Jim Shearer sits down with comedian and “Lyricologist” Ethan Fixell to learn the real meanings behind hits like Jason Derulo‘s “Trumpets”, Mary Lambert‘s “Secrets” and Maroon 5‘s “Animals”. Tune in to discover that everything you thought you knew about these songs was absolutely wrong.