Katy Perry is Super Bowl Sunday ready down to her toes, N.E.R.D. goes under the sea for their new “Squeeze Me” video, J. Cole gives back to single mothers and more on Last Lap.
Katy Perry‘s hair changes almost as much as she changes her unique fashion choices – which makes her the perfect person to look back on in this week’s Transformation Tuesday! Katy may have started off looking like the girl next door back in 2002 but she has come a long way since, adding more bling and color with every passing year!
Whether she is rocking long black hair and a smokey eye, or a bedazzled leotard with a neon green bob, we can’t get enough of how Katy continues to keep it interesting with every appearance and performance. She’s always the perfect blend of sexy and cute, and she never takes herself too seriously! And now we’re wondering how Katy is going to top herself at the Superbowl halftime show this Sunday…
Pop songs with guest rap verses are gold. They reach a wider audience, forge relationships between artists, and get tons of air play. Guest rap verses have a history of bettering rap songs, and in the examples that follow, we’re arguing that they make pop songs better, too. From Kanye West on Katy Perry’s “E.T.” to Nicki Minaj on Justin Bieber’s “Beauty And A Beat,” these are nine rap verses that saved entire pop songs.
Katy Perry makes a huge donation to TLC‘s Kickstarter, Sam Smith battles through a breakup, A$AP Rocky will make his acting debut at Sundance and more on First Dibs.
Mariah Carey says goodbye to Celine Dion and moves to Las Vegas, John Legend and Common are up for an Oscar, 2 Chainz drops a new single less than 24 hours since his interview with Nancy Grace went viral and more on First Dibs.
Lenny Kravitz will surprise fans at Super Bowl XLIX, Fall Out Boy‘s “Uma Thurman” has pieces of your favorite cult films, Taylor Swift, Lorde and others danced the night away at fabulous Golden Globes after parties and more on First Dibs.
Music is a great form of expression, but it’s also a frequent target for censorship. Countries across the globe have repeatedly cracked down on albums we’ve enjoyed in the U.S. Who’s had their sales blocked overseas?
With 2015 so fresh and full of possibilities, now is the perfect time to make some resolutions. Go to the gym more, plan a college reunion trip, get a promotion or — in Ariana Grande’s case — enunciate. If these music superstars listened to our proposed New Year’s resolutions for them, (let’s face it) the world would be a better place…and sound much clearer.
Many artists, such as Taylor Swift and YOK Artist Hozier, had major hits this year. But where there are major hits, there are also major misses, and we’re not talking about Pitbull’s failed attempt at remaining relevant. No, no. We’re talking about fashion faux pas, and we’re looking at Katy Perry, Bleona, and Chris Brown as just a few of this year’s biggest offenders.
Kanye West‘s Yeezus gets a Christmas makeover, Iggy Azalea gives boyfriend Nick Young a swaggy Christmas gift, R5 gives fans a reason to “Smile” and more on Last Lap.