Do you remember “Party In The U.S.A.”? Ha ha, funny question, right? How could you forget it? It was everywhere. There was no escaping it. More »
The year was 2011. Winter was on the verge of melting away, but the sounds emanating from the north were still plenty frigid. From out of the newly ascendant Toronto scene that gave us Drake came a dark and mysterious figure calling himself the Weeknd. We’d later learn this person was Abel Tesfaye, a child … More »
Calvin Harris got right up in everybody’s peripheral feels this summer when he dropped Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1. As fans rode the record’s wave of funk all summer long, Harris has re-embraced “Feels,” a tune so colorful it’s been done over in video—not once—but twice.
In the video’s second edition Pharrell, Katy Perry, and Big Sean team-up to jam out on a ’70’s inspired, neon stage. While the first of the video package featured the three stars in the tropics, this time they’re riding out the track’s funky bass as a glammed-out jam band.
Calvin Harris fucked up our collective summer with Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, the opening salvo of the golden age of pop posse cuts. One of the highlights off of the shockingly good album was the Pharrell/Katy Perry/Big Sean team-up “Feels,” and it already has a colorful island-themed music video from Emil … More »
Katy Perry has shared her humorous music video for the Nicki Minaj and Duke Dumont-assisted single “Swish Swish.” After her performance on Saturday Night Live with ‘Backpack Kid,’ Katy Perry’s “Swish Swish” quickly captured the attention of everyone. Luckily ‘Backpack Kid’ is back for the music video along with the popular meme featuring Bag Raiders’
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One-hit wonders are a common phenomenon in the music business, and most of them have a fan base that insists their other songs are just as good. It’s rarer, though, to see a well established band break through with a surprise pop hit more than a decade into its career, “She Don’t Use Jelly” style. More »
MTV has announced its initial lineup of performers for this year’s Video Music Awards. In addition to host Katy Perry, the slate includes Miley Cyrus, whose last two VMAs performances (grinding on Robin “Beetlejuice” Thicke in 2013 and surprise-releasing her album with the Flaming Lips in 2015) were extremely memorable. Also on deck is our … More »
Katy Perry will host the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. Last year’s ceremony didn’t have an official host as tradition dictates (though Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele did MC), perhaps due to the fact that Miley Cyrus was pretty terrible when she helmed the event back in 2015. In addition to hosting, Perry will … More »