Like most people, I assumed that the 'Sugababes' had quit showbiz forever following the reformation of MKS, but apparently they're still around. Amelle Berrabah thinks she's working with Dr. Luke on a solo album, but before she slays the charts with the next Teenage Dream, she's featured on a dance track by some dude named Adam J called "Love Is All We Need."
2013 is the year of Ashlee Simpson's comeback.
Of course, we all know that Ashlee Simpson is never really going to make a comeback. She's destined to live out the rest of her days as a pop culture relic of the mid-2000s and nothing more, but it's fun to pretend that one day the hoodie-wearing "Hot Stuff" songstress will shake the washed-up monkey off her back and return to the top of the pops where she belongs.
Unapologetic is arguably Rihanna's most personal album next to 2009's Rated R, and that's not exactly a good thing. When the 24-year-old's not singing about how much money she has, how much partying she does, or how much sex she gets, she's singing about her relationship with Chris Brown -- a tumultuous affair that could easily be avoided by a woman with more maturity, or simply one that doesn't utterly revel in mindless chaos and drama like RiRi does.