Nowadays, if you’ve been to one party then you’ve pretty much been to them all. This is because of bottle service culture, and the predictable music soundtrack that accompanies it. For some odd reason, folks continue to party and dance to songs that ran their course many moons ago.
Seriously- is there anybody hotter than Rihanna? Whether she’s rocking the Grammy’s stage, headlining a world tour, or gracing the cover of pretty much every major magazine, the girl is always on fire.
The Beatles’ Abbey Road, Stevie Wonder’s Songs in the Key of Life, Nirvana’s Nevermind–Even the most iconic and highly-regarded albums have a track that we always skip. We’re all for artists evolving their sound, but it’s often painfully clear when the sonic experimentation in the studio should have remained in the scrap pile instead of sandwiched between way better songs.
Read on for 15 subpar tracks that detract from music’s greatest albums.
Did you know James Brown is the most sampled artist in music right now? Have you ever wanted to listen to live recordings of concerts you wish you had gone to? From WhoSampled to Concert Vaults to Bandsintown, these phone apps will help you music lovers stay at the top of your game.
Saturdays are going to rock once again because That Metal Show returns to VH1 Classic tomorrow night at its brand new time of 9/8C for its season 14 premiere! If you can’t wait until then, check out these exclusive pics of everything that went down when Rush‘s Geddy Lee took the stage and fellow prog-hard rock virtuoso John Petrucci of Dream Theater cranked up his amp as a special musical guest. Read more…
Kanye West lost friends in the fashion industry when he started dating Kim Kardashian, according to Yeezy’s interview with Style.com. “Soon as we started dating, fashion people completely turned their backs on her and me,” he told the publication. “They already had their back to her, and now they turned it to me.”
Today is the last day of Fifth Harmony‘s week-long Big Morning Buzz Live takeover, and we saved the best for last. The ladies of 5H have a special message for all you Harmonizers, and it involves a little something called “girl power.”
New music from Drake automatically means Internet holiday, you can expect your timeline on any social network to become littered with poorly executed captions, and cluttered hashtags. This is because the ’6 God’ has the ability of conveying everyday thoughts and emotions into song form, leaving his fans with an arsenal of spiteful one-liners and petty metaphors to chose from.