Mariah Carey’s Finally Coming Back, Announces New Single, “The Art Of Letting Go”
October 14, 2013 11:56 pm . Comments
I don't know what it is about Mariah Carey, but I'm always underwhelmed by everything she releases until a few months down the line, then I start to belatedly stan. Obviously "Triumphlop" remains atrocious, but stuff like Memoirs of An Imperfect and that song about hashtags eventually became amazing. I think my initial disdain stems from Mariah being so flawless that my standards are incredibly high, and Mariah being such a hot fucking mess that her foolishness overshadows the good stuff she does.Read More →
Miley Cyrus Releases Naked “Wrecking Ball” Music Video, Officially Becomes The New Mariah Carey
September 10, 2013 1:46 am . Comments
Miley Cyrus and Mariah Carey have a lot more in common than you might think. First of all, they both share the same initials. Secondly, they've both mastered the ability to turn any music video into a soft core porno -- especially when its a ballad. The only real difference is that Mimi's blue movies look like vintage '80s throwbacks filled with high-waisted thongs, teased wigs with too much hairspray, and cheesy saxophone music, while Miley's are contemporary hipster porn for art students and potheads.Read More →
Avril Lavigne Is Now Coming First In The Race Of 2013′s Best Pop Diva Comebacks
August 21, 2013 1:02 am . Comments
How is Avril Lavigne flopping when her current era is the best thing she's done since Under My Skin? The music video for "Rock N Roll" is God. Fact.
Here's my current ranking of the major pop girls dropping new albums this year.Read More →
Ariana Grande Serves More ’90s Nostalgia With New Single, “Baby I”
July 22, 2013 6:23 am . Comments
There's no denying that Ariana Grande's "The Way" not only snatched the luscious golden tresses from Mariah's #beautiful head, but also the wigs 'n' weaves of every Disney and Nickelodeon actress-turned-singer that released music this year.
While many other artists are trying to be cool with '90s house music throwbacks and Aaliyah-esque alt-R&B, Ariana's decision to tap into divafied '90s urban-pop was a genius move that led to record-breaking success for "The Way," so her decision to follow up with a Babyface-produced single is a no-brainer.Read More →