Songs You Might Know From Artists You Probably Don’t: Sifting Through 2019’s Potential Pop Hits

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Tayla ParxPop music is a crazy industry, even more so in our fractured age. It’s crazy how many songs can be blowing up in some corner of the world, online or off, without ever spilling over into the mass consciousness. It’s crazy how many of those songs actually do spill over without some of us realizing … More »

A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships: 27 Memorable Music Tweets From 2018

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TwitterA lot happened in the year of our lord 2018, and a lot of it happened on Twitter. Beefs were had: Ariana Grande and Piers Morgan, Lana Del Rey and Azealia Banks, Lisa Prank and Elon Musk. Love stories began: Grimes and Elon Musk, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson, Kanye and … More »

Watch Destiny’s Child Reunion at Coachella 2018

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One year after skipping Coachella due to her pregnancy, Beyoncé showed up to Coachella with her dominating headlining performance. Just before her performance, Beyoncé addressed the BeyHive to inform them that she had a “special show planned.” “Coachella, thanks for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline,” Beyoncé reportedly told the crowd.

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Beyoncé takes the throne, Ekali sends it, David Byrne rewrites history & more: Here’s everything that happened at Coachella day 2

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Ekali played to a packed Sahara tent in the middle of the afternoon

As if closing out the Do LaB tent wasn’t enough of an achievement, Ekali’s Sahara tent set was a testament to his massive growth and range as a producer. With over 20,000 in attendance, it’s for certain that Ekali’s destined for a monumental year, and to that, a congratulations is in order.

When you bring @denzelcurryph to your @coachella set and he incites a riot 🤷🏻‍♂️

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Party Favor delivers a star-studded set

Party Favor‘s set was filled with surprises. Dropping off a fervent performance with surprises from Tyga, Jamie Foxx, and Rich The Kid, Party Favor saw that things got a even hotter out on the polo fields.

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Louis the Child brought out Joey Purp and debuted some new music

EDM’s fastest rising duo, Louis the Child, dropped their new original and confirmed a new remix of a new Khalid song.

MØ brought out Diplo and Charli XCX

Danish pop artist  graduated from her “Lean On” performance two years ago at Coachella with Major Lazer and blew the crowd away with her main stage sunset performance, where she even managed to bring out a few friends along the way. In addition to performing a solo rendition of the Justin Beiber featured “Cold Water,” MØ brought out Charli XCX for “Porsche,” and danced onstage with Diplo for their collaboration “Get It Right.”

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David Byrne rewrote history

Talking Heads’ frontman David Byrne took the stage with a performance of past and present classics in Stop making Sense fashion, even finishing on a cover of Janelle Monae’s “Hell You Talmbout,” listing names of black victims of police violence with an absolutely epic drum-heavy rendition.

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Beyoncé took the throne

Queen B delivered. As expected, Beyoncé’s headlining performance was nothing short iconic. Undoubtedly, it’ll go down as one of the greatest Coachella performances in history with Beyoncé standing as the first ever woman of color to headline the festival. “Ain’t that ’bout a bitch?” she quixotically squealed, when talking about the phenomena.

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Moving through her performance with poise, hair flowing, barely seeming to break a sweat, Beyoncé’s energy and the performance’s production proved she’s one of the greatest entertainers to ever grace the stage. The New York Times has even gone so far to call her bigger than Coachella in their latest editorial.

She opened with a performance of “Crazy In Love,” brought out her husband JAY-Z for one of their many collaborations “Déjà Vu,” had her sister Solange come out for “Get Me Bodied,” and then she did the unthinkable. She saved humanity. I mean—and then she reunited Destiny’s Child.

Although rumors of a Destiny’s Child reunion have been circulating for months, nothing comes close to the real thing. The trio performed “Lose My Breath,” “Say My Name,” and “Soldier.”

“I was supposed to perform last year but I got pregnant, thank God,” Beyoncé said before closing her set with an a cappella rendition of her uplifting “Love On Top.” “I had time to dream with two beautiful souls in my belly and this is everything and more I had in my dream, so thank you for sharing this with me. I want to sing this last song to all my incredible, beautiful fans. Loyal fans. Ride or dies. I love y’all.”

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Beyoncé pushes the Coachella envelope with Destiny’s Child reunion and Jay-Z cameo

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A wave of sadness passed among Beyoncé fans in 2017 when the decision was made to cancel her Coachella headlining performance out of pregnancy help concerns.

She more than made up for time on Saturday night, April 14, when she finally took over the mega-festival’s main stage for what will go down as one of the most iconic performances in its history. It opened with an extravagant college-themed arrangement of dancers, musicians, and bright costumes that gave way to a powerful entrance by the “Queen” herself. All the while, she kept her audience engaged as she paid homage to various factors that comprise her musical roots with hardly a crack in her voice.

Coachella is known for its artists bringing out a variety of all-star cameos, and Beyoncé was no different. Viewers were blown away at the reunion of Destiny’s Child, who performed a string of beloved classics. Jay-Z was also brought on stage for a sentimental “Déjà Vu” performance. By the end of her two-hour slot, some pundits even proposed that the performance was a signal of her creative peak and of her reaching a whole new level artistically.

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Beyoncé Takes Coachella With Destiny’s Child, Jay-Z, & Solange — Watch Her Full Set

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Beyoncé was supposed to headline Coachella last year. That didn’t end up happening. Instead, she got pregnant with twins, and Lady Gaga ended up filling in for her as the first woman to headline Coachella in 10 years. But Beyoncé promised she would be back in 2018, and Beyoncé always keeps her promises. So she … More »

Destiny’s Child May Be Reuniting at Coachella 2018

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“Beyonce and Destiny’s Child are reuniting. It was teased, rumored, squashed, so nothing much else was said…but it’s happening,” a source reported to Page Six. With Beyonce taking the main stage at Coachella 2018, all eyes are on the artist as fans and rumors have began to spread about the reuniting of Destiny’s Child. Not

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Kill Them With Colour brings the nostalgia with Destiny’s Child remix

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Canadian producer Kill Them With Colour has tackled some massive rexmies over the span of his career, including renditions of Kendrick Lamar, Bon Iver, ZHU, and more. He’s also put his own spin on iconic girl power group Destiny’s Child for the second time.

In August 2014, he released a remix of the group’s “Independent Women,” which has more than half a million plays to date. Here in 2018, he’s taken on one of their most well-known hits: “Lose My Breath.”

For both remixes of the group, he’s dialed back the intensity of the originals for  more subdued, minimalist versions of the songs. His “Lose My Breath” remix features a mellow, bouncing beat that’s primed for a summer dance floor. It has an undeniably different vibe from the original, which adds to its intrigue.

Watch Jamila Woods Cover Rage Against The Machine, Nirvana, & Destiny’s Child

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Jamila Woods is a talented musician in her own right, but she’s also a voracious music fan just like the rest of us. She interpolated the Cure, Incubus, and Paula Cole on her debut album HEAVN, and during her recent shows, as Consequence Of Sound points out, she’s been she’s been performing … More »

Former Destiny Child’s Member LaTavia Roberson Releases EDM Song

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Quite a bit has happened ever since Destiny’s Child broke up in 2006. Beyoncé Knowles became a superstar musician and later married Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland has appeared on the TV film Love by the 10th Date and now LaTavia Roberson has made her very own EDM song with the help of Bipolar Beatz. “Who would

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