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Battle Of The Summer Jams: The Relationship Ballads

Battle Of The Summer Jams

Welcome back to the Battle Of The Summer Jams. Oh how the mighty have fallen in the past few weeks. Everyone from Miley Cyrus to Will.i.am has made a run for the top of the charts but you, the voters, have shunned them to obscurity. Last week Ciara and Kendrick Lamar faced off in the R&B showdown. Fans must be excited Ciara is back because she took 58 percent of the vote for “Body Party.” This week we are slowing things down even more with a focus on two relationship ballads: Pink’s “Just Give Me One Reason” and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis‘ “Same Love.” Time to listen and vote!

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by (@E_Meds)

Prince and Mary J. Blige Team Up For Unexpected Duet At iHeartRadio Music Festival

Prince and Mary J Blige - iHeartRadio Music Festival

Please forgive us if this post is only moderately coherent. Last night, the  iHeartRadio Music Festival came to a close by showcasing some of the best artists ever to enter the game. And one of the most jaw-dropping performances came from a guy — a legend, really — who wasn’t even in the lineup.

When Mary J. Blige announced she was going to perform a cover, the audience went into a frenzy when it realized the song in question was “Sweet Thing,” Blige’s cover of the Chaka Khan classic. But heads nearly exploded when Blige turned to stage right and introduced her friend Prince. Immediately, every person in the MGM Grand Garden Arena gasped and then screamed. The sound was deafening, the excitement palpable.

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P!NK and Gwen Stefani Perform “I’m Just A Girl,” One Of Many Surprises At iHeartRadio Music Festival

How does one even begin to recap a concert that lasted five and a half hours and featured 10 of the biggest names in music today? The second annual iHeartRadio Music Festival kicked off it’s two-day extravaganza yesterday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and fans weren’t disappointed. Usher, Rihanna, Green Day, No Doubt, and P!NK were just a few of the artist who brought hits, both old and new, to the stage.

The first major surprise of the night belonged to No Doubt.

When we heard from a few insiders that No Doubt would open the show with a little help from our friend and Storytellers subject P!NK, we had no idea how our wildest dream would actually come true. Would P!NK fly through the arena on her magic scarves and join Gwen and the crew for a revamped version of “Don’t Speak” or would she simple walk out on stage during the chorus of “Spiderwebs?” Neither one of those things happened. P!NK actually didn’t join No Doubt until midway through their set.

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