There were plenty of regrettable style choices from the ’90s but none haunts us more than the frosted tip. For years, everyone from our favorite male pop stars (we’re looking at you, Justin Timberlake and Lance Bass) to TV chefs were highlighting their hair — voluntarily. To take a deeper dive into this phenomenon we turned to an expert: Mark McGrath, whose band, Sugar Ray, and streaky blonde highlights were the epitome of 1999.
Finally, the summer is arriving. Time to let loose, shred some clothing, and grab a cocktail with a mini umbrella… or maybe a few. Who’s counting?
Everyone has had an awkward stage–even our favorite pop stars. Modern day sex symbols like Justin Timberlake, Rihanna and Drake all made their debuts in the pop world looking a little less seductive than they do now. Don’t believe us? Well, we’ve got photographic proof…
Who’s trying to set the record straight on one of Beyonce‘s lyrics? The Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch is remembered in the most awesome way imaginable, and Nico Vega talks about touring with Imagine Dragons.
Pulling off a tux ain’t easy, but the good news is, the tux does half the work for you. A tuxedo will give you at least 50% more sex appeal, but you have to bring just the right amount of swagger to carry it. That’s probably why the tux has become a staple for musicians, adding both sexiness and style to their art. For women and men alike, the tuxedo is a popular choice for a strong aesthetic in music video.
When you listen to music you expect to hear guitars, drums, and maybe even a piano. But who would expect to hear the snort of a pig or the bark of a dog!? Read more…
Let’s face it — we all make mistakes. But when you’re a major music star, your mishaps tend to loom larger than those of the masses, especially if you’re in a high-profile relationship. Since you want to quickly deflect scrutiny from the woes of your love life, you’ll probably need to make a major public display to keep things quiet while you deal with your issues. And if anyone knows about “big public displays,” it’s music artists.
Spring has officially sprung, and flowers won’t be the only the only things in full bloom. Love will be blossoming now that winter is behind us, and we’re not just talking about what’s going on within your own love life. Justin Timberlake is recruiting fans to help track down a New York-area couple who got engaged earlier this year on a commuter train while playing his heartwarming track, “Not A Bad Thing.”
Lately we’ve been talking an awful lot about the hazards associated with being a world-renowned musician, and it kind of bummed us out. But then Billboard published its annual list of the highest earners in music, which reminded us that being a rock star is actually really awesome.
Is there anything more changeable than the heart of a teenaged girl? One week she’s plastering her locker door with photos of JC Chasez, and the next she’s moved on to *NSYNC‘s far more mainstream success: Justin Timberlake. The 1990s gave tweens and teens a rotating carousel of cute boys singing songs. Some of those boys grew up to be successful men, like Timberlake or 98 Degrees’s Nick Lachey. However, for every breakout success from a boy band, there are at least two more handsome and talented guys who never made the mainstream cut. So what happened to those other hunks?