by (@JordanRuntagh)

Sista Sista! HAIM Joins Our List Of The 15 Hottest Sister Acts In Music

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It’s gotta be in the genes! This month we welcomed HAIM into the VH1 You Oughta Know family of musical artists. The trio of rockin’ real life sisters have been talking the world by storm with their debut album Days Gone By. Their parents must be so proud!

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by (@BHSmithNYC)

Rick Rubin’s Top 10 Comeback Albums

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Bearded guru of the recording studio, Rick Rubin has been one of music’s top producers since making his bones as staff producer and creative head of Def Jam Records in the early ‘80s. While his seminal work with Run-D.M.C., LL Cool J and The Beastie Boys cemented his status early on, starting with 1990’s American Recordings by country legend Johnny Cash, Rubin has become the go-to guy for artists trying to recapture their mojo and launch a career comeback. Like any truly great producer, Rubin’s greatest asset is his ears and his ability to match artists with great material or bring out the greatness of their own talents. It’s no wonder everyone from Jay-Z, for whom he produced “99 Problems,” to heavy metal hall of famers Black Sabbath have him on speed dial. The following are the greatest comeback albums he has produced.

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Power To The People! 5 Politically Charged Music Videos

Election Day is finally here! There were seemingly endless months of commentary, satire, parodies and intense arguments with loved ones that made it seem like you were choosing sides for the American Civil War instead of a president. But that’s over, because today We The People cast our ballots for red, blue, green or Honey Boo Boo! Stave off that voting postpartum with five politically charged music videos that celebrate your new-found surge of political empowerment – which, let’s be honest, will go hibernate the next two to four years in some of us.

The Blackeyed Peas – “Where Is The Love

The 2003 chart-topper crossed B.E.P. over into the pop world and introduced us to Fergie. But The Black Eyed Peas didn’t just milk their new level of fame. They used the popularity of the hit to address global social injustices like war, pollution and intolerance in the music video.

There’s More! Black Eyed Peas, Dixie Chicks, John Lennon after the jump.