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.
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Jordin Sparks drops her new mixtape called #ByeFelicia, Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett celebrate the holidays with their new H&M campaign, Jimmy Page gushes over Leona Lewis and more on First Dibs.
Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson debut priceless SNL promo, Billy Gilman reveals he is gay, and Riff Raff dives into the EDM scene.
This week on Top 20 Countdown, host Jim Shearer sits down with Nick Jonas to talk about secret messages in his “Jealous” video and the moment when Nick and his brothers decided it was time to step away from the Jonas Brothers.
Our You Oughta Know Concert is less than a week away and former YOK stars like Christina Perri have started to reminisce about the days they were just starting out. This week on Top 20 Countdown, host Jim Shearer sits down with Perri to talk about her experience on YOK and what she’s been up to since then.
Singer-songwriter Christina Perri looks back at her early days, Miley Cyrus and The Flaming Lips take their wacked out collab onto Conan, murder-for-hire charges against AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd have been dropped and Kanye turns it up in your Friday First Dibs. Read more…
This week on Top 20 Countdown, Nick Lachey sits down with Taylor Swift to talk about diving into the pop world. After owning country for years, Swift felt confident that she would transition well and her fans would support her all the way. Plus, her new love affair with New York City may have something to do with her never ending lust for life.
On Monday, Taylor Swift dropped her much anticipated album 1989. So far, TSwift has sold more copies of 1989 than this year’s top 50 artists’ albums combined! And there is no doubt in our minds that some of the credit has to go to her amazingly loyal “Fan-bassadors.”
You may not pair Harry Potter with Metallica, but don’t be fooled. Horns star Daniel Radcliffe said he listened to tons of heavy metal to help him channel his DJ character Ignatius in the new film, in what he explains was actually “lack of training.”