Over the weekend, the 61st Grammy Awards took place in Los Angeles. Hosted by Alicia Keys, the 15-time Grammy winner had a few tricks up her sleeve. Rather than giving a joke-fueled opening monologue, Keys decided to share the spotlight with four of her friends, who all happen to be some of the most iconic… More »
Let’s take a trip back to 1999. MySpace (a.k.a. the original Facebook) was just launched, Friends was the number one show in America, people were beginning to freak out about Y2K, and the black market music service Napster had taken over the web. Luckily for Napster, there was a ton of new music being released… More »
The ’90s and ’00s were a great time for music. The universe blessed us with pop queens like Britney Spears and the Spice Girls to boy band wonders like NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys. Even better, some of our favorite hits came to life in the form of music videos. But no matter how many… More »
We now know Susan Boyle as an incredible singer but until Britain’s Got Talent, she lives a difficult life. As a child, she was bullied and told she had a learning disability. As she grew up, she realized that wasn’t the case. In fact, she had a high IQ and a natural talent for singing… More »
1998 was a fantastic year for music. The most remarkable, however, is how every genre of music was celebrated – something the 90s did so well. From pop to hip-hop to R&B and alternative, 1998 was way ahead of the curve with albums that remain influential even 20 years later. From the sweet sounds of… More »
From vibrant colors to the personal meanings behind each mural, there’s no doubt that street art is here to stay.
Dirty, exhausted, and totally exhilarated as their favorite band blankets the crowd with music. This is a music festival-lover’s nirvana. People wait anxiously to experience moments like this all year until their favorite music festivals open their gates once again. While music festivals may not be for everyone, for some people, they’re everything. But when… More »
These unexpected couples in music made us very confused and intrigued.
These people are the inspirations behind some of the most beautiful love songs ever written.
Westworld fans everywhere are currently in heated debates over Season 2. It’s crazy, it’s confusing, and it’s chaotic. But while you’re tumbling down the rabbit hole of Westworld podcasts and conspiracy theories, take a moment to reflect on our girl (or our robot, rather) Dolores. It’s hard to believe Evan Rachel Wood aka the OG… More »
Happy Friday everybody! Before you prepare your Justin Timberlake “It’s Gonna Be May” Memes for Instagram, we have one more weekend in April. Why not kick it off with a little girl power? Get ready for a night on the town or a night in with your best gals by watching some of our fave… More »
Carly Rae Jepsen is probably the most underrated pop artist of our time. Sure, 2012’s “Call Me Maybe” was a massive hit, landing her on the charts with her Kiss album, but once 2015’s E-MO-TION was released, things started to go south and we cannot figure out why, considering that album is filled to the… More »
Female representation in rock music isn’t exactly great. Research shows that women produced just two percent of the most popular songs of the last six years. Females wrote just 12 percent. Worse yet, women are notoriously underrepresented in festival lineups (though Coachella finally threw us a bone and let Beyoncé headline). What’s more puzzling with… More »
It’s hard to believe Becky G is just 21 years old! After all, this tiny powerhouse has been a player in the music and entertainment scene for the last decade! A total triple threat, this badass chick has proven can sing, dance, and act as seen in the TV show Empire and the Power Rangers… More »
For fans of: LIGHTS, CHVRCHES, GEMS Toronto electro-pop band, For Esmé, is more than just a musical entity but a form of female empowerment courtesy of frontwoman and all-around bad ass & feminist Martha Meredith. After the success of their 2015 release, Sugar, the band is gearing up for their sophomore record, Righteous Woman, out… More »
It’s hump day, which means we’ve officially entered the mid-week slump. You’ve probably gone through your New Music Friday playlist twelve times and you’re desperate for a hot track to usher you towards the weekend. For those of you in a musical wasteland, let us present five seductive tracks perfect for any playlist. 1. Zayn… More »
For fans of: Walk The Moon, Years & Years, St. Lucia Atlanta-bred twin brother duo, FF5 (Family Force 5) – comprised of Jacob and Joshua Olds – are one of those bands you can’t help but root for. After enduring their share of ups and downs, the duo are now stronger than ever and are ready… More »
Now that the first weekend of Coachella is in the rearview mirror, everyone’s Instagram feeds will finally chill out, along with the inevitable #FOMO. Word on the street is that as per usual, celebrities and normal folk had a blast in the desert sweaty dancing to music and gawking at festival fashion choices. But if we’re… More »
Hayley Kiyoko has always had amazing style and she just keeps on getting better! The singer just released her debut album, Expectations, and needless to say, we are hooked! While we may have gotten to know her in the 2011 Disney Channel Original Movie, Lemonade Mouth, we’re even more intrigued as to who she is… More »
For fans of: American Authors, Jon Bellion, Young Rising Sons Santa Monica, CA alt-pop trio, Ocean Park Standoff – comprised of Ethan Thompson, Pete Nappi, and Samantha Ronson – first started turning heads with their 2017 hit, “Good News,” off of their self-titled debut EP, leading them to tour with some of music’s greats like… More »